7th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference
The Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference is held in order to deepen interactions between young researchers whose work involves fluorine chemistry in industry, government, or academia and the students who will be responsible for the next generation of fluorine chemistry. This year marks the conference’s seventh year (see below for details concerning the past six sessions).
The goal of the conference is to provide an opportunity for lively discussion and exchanges of views among participants with a variety of backgrounds through invited talks by professors who are active on the front lines of the field around the world, a poster session featuring work by participants, and introductions by corporate officials of their companies. Typically, the event serves as an opportunity for participants to exchange information about their research while getting to know one another through discussions that last late into the night. We welcome the participation of all would-be young researchers from industry, government, and academia.
The Society of Fluorine Chemistry, Japan
The Chemical Society of Japan, The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan
The Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan
1:00 pm on Monday, August 21, (reception starting at 12:30 pm) to 12:00 pm on Tuesday, August 22, 2017
20-6 Saekishimotoge, Hiedano-cho, Kameoka-shi, Kyoto Prefecture 621-0033
URL : http://www.keizankaku.com/en/
【Invited speakers (in Japanese alphabetical order)】
・Hiromichi Egami (University of Shizuoka)
・Seiya Kobatake (Osaka City University)
・Shin Mizukami (Tohoku University)
・Tatsuya Mori (Sumitomo Chemical)
・Susumu Yonezawa (University of Fukui)
|12:30 pm||Start of reception|
|1:00 pm||Opening message|
|1:15 pm to 2:00 pm||Invited talk 1|
Exploratory research at companies: Creating agricultural chemicals and household epidemic-preventing drugs that contain fluorine
Tatsuya Mori (Sumitomo Chemical)
|2:00 pm to 2:45 pm||Invited talk 2|
Development of functional probes that contain fluorine and their application to in vivo imaging
Susumu Yonezawa (University of Fukui)
|2:55 pm to 3:30 pm||Introduction of companies and institutes|
|3:30 pm to 4:15 pm||Invited talk 3|
Optics of organic photochromic crystals
Seiya Kobatake (Osaka City University)
|4:25 pm to 5:10 pm||Short poster presentations|
|6:30 pm to 8:30 pm||Dinner|
|8:30 pm to 10:00 pm||Poster session|
|10:00 pm||Free discussion|
|Until 8:30 am||Breakfast|
|9:00 am to 9:45 am||Student talk|
|9:55 am to 10:40 am||Invited talk 4|
New functional materials created using fluorine gas
Susumu Yonezawa (University of Fukui)
|10:40 am to 11:25 am||Invited talk 5|
Design of phase-transfer catalysts and development of dissymmetric fluorine functional group reactions
Hiromichi Egami (University of Shizuoka)
|11:25 am to 12:00 pm||Poster award ceremony and closing message|
Poster session (with short presentations)
Poster authors are asked to augment the poster session with a short presentation that is no more than 1 min. in length. Please refer to “Short presentation slide creation guidelines” below when preparing for the session.
The Young Researchers’ Conference includes a poster award. To be eligible for the award, a presenter must be no more than 35 years of age as of the end of the year in which the discussions are held and have never received an award from a Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference or Fluorine Chemistry Discussions.
【Short presentation slide creation guidelines】
- Create a slide with an aspect ratio of 4:3 using presentation software such as PowerPoint.
- Include the title, your organizational affiliation, and the names of the presenters at the top of the slide.
(Example: Utilizing selective fluoridation reactions [Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Setsunan University] Ichiro Osaka, Hanako Hirakata, Saburo Nagao)
- Summarize your presentation concisely and clearly on a single slide.
- Do not embed video or animations in the slide.
- Name the slide in the following format and save it as a PDF file (.pdf): c
- Be sure to verify that there are no garbled characters or issues with images or photographs.
- Email the converted PDF file (.pdf) to Mr. Sato (email@example.com).
- Please ensure that your presentation is no longer than 1 min.
Session application deadline: Friday, July 7
Draft submission deadline: Friday, July 14
Participant registration deadline: Friday, July 14
Participation fee payment deadline: Friday, July 21
Short presentation PDF file submission deadline: Friday, July 28
【Preliminary draft template】
Name your preliminary draft as follows and email it to Mr. Sato (firstname.lastname@example.org): “GA_University_PresenterNames.”
【Participant registration fees】
＊Members of the host or cohost organization, or supporting scientific societies
General: ¥20,000 Students: ¥12,000
General: ¥26,000 Students: ¥15,000
(All fees include a copy of the proceedings and overnight accommodation.)
【If paying from Japan Post Bank or a post office】
- Japan Post Bank general account (formerly Paruru account)
- Code/number: 14030-68702721
Name on account: 7th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference
【If paying by wire transfer from another bank to the society’s Japan Post Bank account】
- Bank name: Japan Post Bank
- Branch name: No. 408 (“yonzerohachi”)
- Account type: Normal deposit
- Account number: 6870272
- Name on account: 7th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference
【Inquiries concerning the 7th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference】
(Executive Committee chairperson)
Kazuyuki Sato (Setsunan University)
45-1 Nagaotoge-cho, Hirakata-shi, Osaka Prefecture 573-0101
(Executive Committee members)
Kotaro Kikushima (Osaka University), Azusa Sato (Tokyo Women’s Medical University), Shigeyuki Yamada (Kyoto Institute of Technology)
Past Young Researchers’ Conferences
2016 6th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference (Miura)
2015 5th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference (Otsu)
2014 4th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference (Toyohashi)
2013 3th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference (Kusatsu)
2012 2th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference (Ibaraki)
2011 1th Fluorine Chemistry Young Researchers’ Conference (Gifu)