22th May (Wen)
17:00- Reception
18:00-20:00 Welcome party

23th May(Thu)
9:15-18:20 Opening remarks, Invited Lectures

24th May(Fri)
9:20-16:00 Invited Lectures, Closing remarks
16:10-17:50 Poster
Size A0(Widht:841mm * Height: 1189mm)
18:45-20:45 Banquet
(We have shuttle bus service to the banquet venue.)


Scientific Program

The conference will be devoted to the current topics. The scientific program will include invited lectures (oral) and contributed papers (poster).

Topic 1: New reactions and new materials
Topic 2: New functions and structures
Topic 3: Bioactive substances
Topic 4: Theoretical and computational chemistry
Topic 5: Energy and environment technology

The official language of the conference will be English.

Confirmed Invited Speakers

NameAffiliationCountryTentative Title
Gary J. SchrobilgenMcMaster UniversityCanadaThe Coordination Chemistry of KrF2, XeF4, XeF6, and XeO3
Florian KrausPhilipps-Universität MarburgGermanyA binary lead fluoride and news from other fluorides
Atsushi MineshigeUniversity of HyogoJapanFluoride ion conducting inorganic materials for electrochemical applications
Katia ARAUJO DA SILVAUniversité Clermont AuvergneFranceFluorinated material for energy storage
Evgeny V. AntipovMoscow State UniversityRussiaAlkali and transition metal fluoride-phosphates as perspective cathode materials for metal-ion batteries
Miwa MurakamiKyoto UniversityJapan
Olt Emil GeiculescuClemson UniversityU.S.AFrom Ionic melts to Ionic Liquids to Deep Vitreous Eutectics
GašperTavčarJožef Stefan InstituteSloveniaNovel bulky imidazolium fluoride reagents in inorganic and organic chemistry
Jian-Lin HanNanjing Forestry UniversityChinaChemistry of detrifluoroacetylatively in situ generated fluoro-enolates
Jian ZhouEast China Normal UniversityChina
Hiromichi EgamiUniversity of ShizuokaJapanAsymmetric fluorofunctionalizations with anionic phase-transfer catalyst
Tsutomu KonnoKyoto Institute of TechnologyJapan
Glenn M. SammisUniversity of British ColumbiaCanadaNew Reagents for Selective Fluorination
Alexander D. DilmanN. D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic ChemistryRussiaSynthesis using visible light.
Ryan GilmourWestfälische Wilhelms-Universität MünsterGermanyFluorine Effects in Catalysis and Biomedicine
Gavin Chit TsuiChinese University of Hong KongHong KongA Three-Pronged Approach to the Development of New Trifluoromethylation Reactions
David VicicLehigh UniversityU.S.ANew Nickel-Mediated Chemistry Involving Fluorinated Ligands and Substrates
Arun K. KotaColorado State UniversityU.S.ASupeormniphobic Surfaces: Design and Applications
Kazuki NakanishiKyoto UniversityJapanPeculiar surface properties of nano/macroporous low-density organic-inorganic hybrid xerogels
Takayuki NakamuraDaikin Industries, Ltd. Chemicals DivisionJapanPFASs (Per- and Poly-Fluoroalkyl Substances); Regulatory Status and Advocacy Activities by Industry Association
Suwadee KongparakulThammasat UniversityThaiSuperhydrophobic coating from fluoroalkylsilane modified natural rubber encapsulated SiO2 composites for self-driven oil/water separation
Ya-Yao HuangNational Taiwan University HospitalTaiwanThe Growing Impact of Radiofluorinated Compounds on Medical Application
Stephen TaylorSouth Western Sydney LHDAustraliaThe application of [18F]fluorine in clinical imaging: Isotope production, radiopharmaceutical synthesis and paired with targetted radionuclide therapy
Song CaoEast China University of Science and Technology (ECUST)ChinaBorylation of fluoroarene and fluoroalkene via cleavage of C-F bond

For Speakers

To ensure the smooth proceeding of the Conference, please start and finish the sessions on time. Please note that each presenter has approximately 30 minutes for the presentation, the remaining time should be left for discussion. The chair and the speakers should agree on the precise timing and format of the discussion: that is whether it covers the session as a whole or comes following each paper.


22th May (Wen) 18:00-20:00
at Egret Castle Mille Restaurant (Egret 4F)


24th May(Fri) 18:45-20:45
at "Nishigura" in Nadagiku Sake Brewery Co.Ltd.

We have shuttle bus service to the banquet venue.

About Nadagiku Sake Brewery (English Site)
About "Nishigura" Restaurant (Japanese Site)
Details of these events will be announced here.

Family Programs

Details of these events will be announced here.

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