The 15th International Conference on Molecule-Based Magnets

Sep. 4-8, 2016
Sendai International Center: Aobayama, Aoba-ku, Sendai, 980-0856, Japan

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Plenary, Keynote, Invited Speakers

Special Lecture: Prof. Yoshinori Tokura, RIKEN and The University of Tokyo

Magnetism and Topology

Kahn Lecture: Prof. Hisashi Okawa:

Oxalate-bridged Bimetallic Compounds (A)[MaIIMbIII(ox)3]-New Aspects in Magnetism and Function

Plenary Lecture

Speakers Affiliation Lecture Title
Andreas Heinrich IBM Research Electron Spin Resonance of Single Atoms on a Surface
Jeffrey R. Long Univ. of California, Berkeley Gas Separations in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Wolfgang Wernsdorfer Institut NÉEL-CNRS Molecular Quantum Spintronics

Keynote Lecture

Speakers Affiliation Lecture Title
Stephen Hill Florida State Univ. Probing Giant Magnetic Anisotropies in Mononuclear Single-Molecule Magnets Using Very High-Field EPR
Kim R. Dunbar Texas A&M Univ. Renassiance of Cyanide Chemistry - Lessons Learned FromTwo Decades of Molecular Magnetism Research
Guillermo M. Espallargas Univ. of Valencia Chemical Stimuli in Magnetic MOFs
Matvey Fedin Int. Tomography Center Time-resolved Spectroscopic Studies of Photoswitching in Copper-nitroxidebased Molecular Magnets
José R. Gálan-Mascarós ICR of Catalonia Adventures in Spin Crossover Phenomena: from Molecules with Memory to Multifunctional Synergy
T. David Harris Northwestern Univ. Metal Semiquinoid Molecules and Solids with Strong Magnetic Exchange Coupling
Yuko Hosokoshi Osaka Prefecture Univ. Frontier of Quantum Spin Magnets Constructed by Organic Radicals
Ron Naaman Weizmann Inst. of Science The Chiral Induced Spin Selectivity Effect- Spintronics with No Magnets
Hiroki Oshio Univ. of Tsukuba Mixed Valence Metal Complexes
Jeremy M. Rawson Univ. of Windsor Illuminating Radicals: Recent Adventures in Fluorescent and Photo-Switchable Thiazyl Radicals
Pierre Seneor CNRS/Thales Molecular Spintronics: New Opportunities beyond Conventional Materials
Roberta Sessoli Univ. of Florence A Multi-Technique Approach for the Investigation of Potential Molecular Spin QU-Bits
Joris van Slageren Univ. of Stuttgart Spectroscopic Investigation of the Origin of Magnetic Bistability in Molecular Nanomagnets
Christoph Boehme Univ. of Utah New Routes for Organic Spintronics
Richard E. P. Winpenny Univ. of Manchester Nanoscale Structures from Heterometallic Rings
Herre van der Zant Delft Univ. of Technology Spin Spectroscopy of Single Molecules Probed by an Electric Current
Li-Min Zheng Nanjing Univ. Metal Phosphonates with Tunable Magnetic Behaviors
Invited Speakers Affiliation Lecture Title
Eugenio Coronado Instituto de Ciencia Molecular Molecular Spintronic Devices
Marco Evangelisti Univ. of Zaragoza Rotating Magnetocaloric Effect in an Anisotropic Molecular Dimer
Alejandro Gaita-Ariño Univ. of Valencia Coherence and Organisation in Lanthanoid Spin Qubits
Song Gao Peking Univ. Organometallic Single-Ion Magnets
Andrea Cornia Universita' degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia One Electron Makes the Differnece: Redox Control of Exchange Bias in Chains of SMMS
Mario Ruben KIT Karlsruhe Molecular Spintronic Devices from Percolated Networks of Fe(II) Spin Transition Compounds
Kazushi Kanoda Univ. of Tokyo Magnetism of Triangular-Lattice Organics under Controlled Correlation, Disorder and Doping
Cameron Kepert Univ. of Sydney Spin Crossover Framework Materials
Tadahiro Komeda Tohoku Univ. Spin Control of Magnetic Molecules with Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Miguel Clemente León Univ. of Valencia Multifunctional Materials Based on Spin-Crossover Complexes and Magnetic Extended Networks
Talal Mallash ICMMO, Univ. Paris-Sud Engineering the Exchange Coupling at the Molecule/Electrode Interface in Molecular Spintronic Devices
Michio M. Matsushita Nagoya Univ. Recent Progress in Genuine Organic Coexisting Systems of Magnetism and Conductivity
James K. McCusker Michigan State Univ. Zero-field Spin and Spin Polarization Effects on the Photo-induced Dynamics of Transition Metal-based Chromophores
Muralee Murugesu University of Ottawa New Advances in Lanthanide Single-Molecule Magnets
Miguel A. Novak Univ. Fed. of Rio de Janeiro Molecular Chain Magnets
Shin-ichi Ohkoshi Univ. of Tokyo Photo-Functional Cyanido-Bridged Metal Assemblies
Victor Ovcharenko Int. Tomography Center A New Method for the Synthesis of Heterospin Complexes
Laura C. J. Pereira Univ. of Lisboa Uranium Compounds – Further Insights to Understand Single-Molecule Magnets
Melanie Pilkington Brock Univ. Coordination Complexes of Macrocyclic Ligands - from Single Molecule Magnets to MRI Contrast Agents
Annie K. Powell Karlsruhe Institute for Technology Ligand Field Variations for Tuning and Enhancing SMM Performance in 3d/4f Coordination Clusters
Barbara Sieklucka Jagiellonian Univ. The Role of Octacyanidometallate Linkers in Photomagnetic Low Dimensional Systems
Jun Tao Xiamen Univ. Correlation of Spin Crossover and Fluorescence in Dinuclear Complexes
Ming-Liang Tong Sun Yat-Sen Univ. Symmetry Strategy to Enhance the Magnetic Anisotropy of Single-Molecule Magnets
Jaume Veciana ICMAB-CSIC, Barcelona Electronic Transport Phenomenon through Organic Spin-Containing Molecules
Can Xie Peking Univ. A Magnetic Protein Biocompass
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