First France-Japan Advanced School

on Chemistry and Physics of

Molecular Materials

 

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Rennes, March 16 - 19, 2006

France-Japan Symposium on
Molecular Materials:
Electronics, Photonics and Spintronics

 

GENERAL INFORMATION


First France-Japan Advanced School on Chemistry and Physics of Molecular Materials


The school follows the recent developments in the field of molecular materials, from fundamental theory to devices.

This school is intended for PhD students, post-docs and confirmed researchers and it is devoted to the following topics:

- Conductors and superconductors;
- Molecular magnets;
- Multifunctional materials;
- Photo-induced phenomena;
- Non-linear optics;
- Molecular electronics;
- Theory.

Senior researchers in the field of molecular materials gave lectures.

 

 

INVITED LECTURERS

Jean-Marie Lehn (Strasbourg, Nobel prize of chemistry 1987)

Hervé Cailleau (Rennes)
Toshiaki Enoki (Tokyo)
Jean-François Halet (Rennes)
Shin-ya Koshihara (Tokyo)
Isabelle Ledoux (Paris)
Lydie Valade (Toulouse)
Takehiko Mori (Tokyo)
Philippe Rabiller (Rennes)
Gunzi Saito (Kyoto)
Toshihiro Takahashi (Tokyo)
François Varret (Versailles)
Michel Verdaguer (Paris)
Vivian Wing-Wah Yam (Hong Kong)

 

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Chair:
Lahcène Ouahab
Secretary:
Olivier Cador
Akira Miyazaki
Advisory Board:
Hervé Cailleau (France)
Toshiaki Enoki (Japan)
Shin-ya Koshihara (Japan)
Hubert Le Bozec (France)
Gunzi Saito (Japan)
Philippe Rabiller (France)
Jean-Yves Saillard (France)

The school took place at the University of Rennes 1

Campus de Beaulieu, Rennes, France.

It has been a great pleasure to welcome you in Rennes!

 


 
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