www.602.net,报告题目:Green Shades in Organic Synthesis 报 告 人:Luigi
research program is mainly committed to the definition of efficient and
sustainable synthetic tools by combining the development of several
crucial areas of investigation:i) use of safer reaction media (such as
water, azeotropes or bio-based reaction media) or solvent-free
conditions (SolFC);ii) preparation and use of heterogeneous recoverable
and reusable catalytic systems based on supports tailor-made for their
use in greener reaction media or under SolFC;iii) definition of flow
reactors able to allow the recovery of products with minimal waste
production.Our recent efforts have been directed towards the combination
of safer reaction media and heterogeneous catalytic systems for the
definition of metal-catalyzed C-C bond formation processes via cross
coupling or C–H functionalization.Some representative examples from our
laboratory will be presented in this seminar.Prof. Luigi Vaccaro:Full
Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Università degli Studi di
Perugia(ca. 150 publication, H-index: 44, with ca. 4800 total
citations)1996: Degree in chemistry at the Università degli Studi di
Napoli–Federico II, summa cum laude.1999: PhD in Chemical Sciences at
the Università degli Studi di Perugia.2014-present: Guest Professor
(Bijzonder Gastdocent) at the University of KU Leuven
Belgium.2015-present: Associate Editor of RSC Advances a
multidisciplinary journal of the Royal Society of
Chemistry.2016-present: Associate Editor of Beilstein Journal of Organic
Chemistry, a journal of the Beilstein Institut.Honors2016 Awarded the
Top-10 reviewers recognition from Royal Society of Chemistry.2017
Awarded the Lady Davis Professorship of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem2017 Nominated as Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry,
FRSC2018 Nominated as Outstanding reviewers for Green Chemistry by the

报告题目:Versatile Chromophores and Excited States – FromFundamentals
to Molecular Materials for Optoelectronic, Photonic and Memory
Functions报 告 人:Professor Vivian Wing-Wah YAM(香港大学)邀 请
Vivian W.W. Yam is currently the Philip Wong Wilson Wong Professor in
Chemistry and Energy and Chair Professor at The University of Hong Kong
(HKU). She obtained her BSc (First Class Hons) in 1985 and PhD in 1988
both from HKU. After two years on the faculty of the City Polytechnic of
Hong Kong (now City University of Hong Kong), she joined her alma mater
in 1990, rising through the academic rank of Senior Lecturer (1995),
Reader (Professor) (1997), and was appointed Chair Professor in 1999.
She was elected to Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in
2001 at the age of 38 as the youngest member of the CAS, Foreign
Associate of the US National Academy of Sciences in 2012, Fellow of the
TWAS in 2006, Foreign Member of Academia Europaea in 2015, and Founding
Member of The Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong in 2015. She was the
Laureate of 2011 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Award and recipient
of 2005/06 Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Centenary Medal, 2015 RSC
Ludwig Mond Award, 2016 Asian and Oceanian Photochemistry Association
(APA) Masuhara Lectureship Award, 2006 Japanese Photochemistry
Association (JPA) Eikohsha Award, 2016 Japan Society of Coordination
Chemistry (JSCC) International Award, 2005 State Natural Science Award,
2014 Chinese Chemical Society-China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation
(Sinopec) Chemistry Contribution Prize, 2011 Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation
Prize for Scientific and Technological Progress, Docteur Honoris Causa
(Université de Rennes 1, 2013), 2007-08 Frontiers in Chemical Research
Distinguished Lectureship (TAMU), 2013 Seaborg Lectureship (UC
Berkeley), 2016 Lee Lectureship (U Chicago), 2016 Lavoisier Lectureship
(U Paris Diderot), 2017 KAIST Chemistry Distinguished Lectureship Award,
2018 Charles Force Hutchison Lectureship (U Rochester), 2007 Fulbright
Distinguished Scholar, 2000-01 Croucher Foundation Senior Research
Fellowship, 2002 Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong, 2008 Hong
Kong Outstanding Women Professionals and Entrepreneurs Award, 2015
Bronze Bauhinia Star (BBS), and Leader of the Year 2015, etc. She has
published over 480 journal articles in international SCI journals.
Professor Yam currently serves as the Associate Editor of the ACS
journal, Inorganic Chemistry, Volume Editor of the series Comprehensive
Inorganic Chemistry II, and Series Editor of Topics in Current Chemistry
and RSC Energy and Environmental Series. She currently serves on a
number of International Editorial Advisory Boards of international SCI
journals and book series, such as Journal of the American Chemical
Society, Angewandte Chemie, Chemical Science, Chem, Accounts of Chemical
Research, Chemical Reviews, ACS Nano, Chemistry of Materials, ACS Omega,
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, ChemPhysChem, New Journal of Chemistry,
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, Inorganica Chimica Acta, and
International Editorial Boards of international SCI journals such as
Coordination Chemistry Reviews, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal
Society A, Nano Research, Comments on Inorganic Chemistry, Photochemical
and Photobiological Sciences, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology
A: Chemistry, etc. She also serves as President of the Asian and
Oceanian Photochemistry Association (APA). Her research interests
include inorganic and organometallic chemistry, supramolecular
chemistry, photophysics and photochemistry, and molecular functional
materials for sensing, optoelectronics and energy research.附件:无