A big part of our ICMAB researchers were at The Biennial, presenting some posters or giving some talks.
The meeting was organized in specialized symposia (24), so a broad range of current chemical research fields were covered: graphene and 2D materials, optoelectronic organic materials for energy conversion, materials for energy generation and storage, polymers for a sustainable development, funtional materials, theoretical chemistry in biomolecules and materials, nanocatalysis, metal-organic (MOFS) and covalent organic frameworks (COFS), etc.
From ICMAB, Concepció Rovira, was part of the Scientific Committee, and we had the following oral contributions:
- Núria Aliaga-Alcalde: Two-terminal nanodevices based on few-layer graphene containing curcuminoid molecules at room temperature
- Concepción Domingo: Synthesis, modification and functionalization of ZIF-8 in supercritical CO2
- Ana Begoña Buades Martín: Boron cluster compounds for molecular electronics
- Wenjie Qian: Influence of supramolecular organization on energy transfer properties in chiral/non-chiral acetate-based Zn(II)-porphyrins assemblies
- Raúl Díaz-Torres: Novel family of fluorescence curcuminoids: a comparative study on surface, solution and solid state
- Abhishek Saini: Antibiotic detection in sea water by microsensors developed using ion pair complexes
- Núria Portolés-Gil: Curcumin MOF crystalized in supercritical CO2
- José Giner Planas: Switchable surface hydrophobicity-hydrophilicity of a carborane based MOF
- Soledad Roig Sánchez: Engineering bacterial cellulose
- Isabel Fuentes: Polymeric materials doped with cobaltacarboranes in bio-electronic applications
Apart from many other poster contributions by other ICMAB researchers.
We hope they had a great time!