The Professor Jean-Marie Lehn Symposium on Advanced Materials at Mitsui Chemicals

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The Professor Jean-Marie Lehn

Mitsui Chemicals is proud to announce that it will hold The Professor Jean-Marie Lehn Symposium on Advanced Materials, under the theme of "Creation of Functional Materials : Current Status and Future Prospects".
Prof. Lehn, the father of supramolecular chemistry, and other world famous researchers in the field of advanced materials will lecture at this symposium.

 

Registration is free of charge
The symposium was held on October 15, 2008.
We are pleased to have so many in attendance at this symposium.

 

Date / Venue

Date :
October 15, 2008
Venue :
Mitsui Chemicals,Inc. Sodegaura Center
(Sodegaura City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan)
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We will relay all lectures by closed-circuit TV in sub conference rooms beside the main hall. If the main hall is full, we might guide you to the sub conference rooms.

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Plenary Lecture

Prof. Jean-Marie Lehn

(Université Louis Pasteur and Collège de France, France)
The 1987 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry

Invited Lectures

Prof. Takashi Kato

(The University of Tokyo, Japan)

Prof. Bert Meijer

(Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)

Prof. Eiji Yashima

(Nagoya University, Japan)

Prof. Jean M. J. Fréchet

(University of California, Berkeley
and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, U.S.A.)

Dr. Haruyuki Makio

(Catalysis Science Laboratory, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., Japan)

(In order of lecture)

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