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5º SIMPOSIO LATINOAMERICANO DE QUÍMICA DE COORDINACIÓN Y ORGANOMETÁLICA
5th LATIN AMERICAN SYMPOSIUM ON COORDINATION AND ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY


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SPEAKERS > BRAZIL-FRANCE BILATERAL WORKSHOP


October 19-22, 2015

Angra dos Reis – RJ, Brazil

Joint with the 5th Latin American Symposium on Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry, (SILQCOM), this workshop aims at bringing together chemists from Brazil and France with complementary, strong and diverse expertise in one of the pillars supporting green chemistry: homogeneous catalysis for clean processes leading to complex molecules and materials, biomass transformations into useful industrial intermediates, biodegradable polymers, and energy economy or generation.
 

Brazil Coordinators

France Coordinators

Prof. Dalmo Mandelli
Centro de Ciências Naturais e Humanas
Universidade Federal do ABC
dalmo.mandelli@ufabc.edu.br
 
Prof. Pierre H. Dixneuf
Institut des Sciences Chimiques
University of Rennes-CNRS
pierre.dixneuf@univ-rennes1.fr
 
Prof. Eduardo N. dos Santos
Department of Chemistry - ICEx
Federal University of Minas Gerais
nicolau@ufmg.br
 
Dr. Christian Bruneau
Institut des Sciences Chimiques
University of Rennes-CNRS
christian.bruneau@univ-rennes1.fr
 
 
Summary
The primary objective of this bilateral seminar is to bring together chemists from Brazil and France with complementary, strong and diverse expertises in at least one of the pillars supporting green chemistry: (i) homogeneous catalysis arising from molecular metal complexes, including their heterogeneous applications, for clean processes leading to complex molecules and materials, biomass transformations into useful industrial intermediates, or biodegradable polymers formation, with energy economy or generation, (ii) for knowledge improvement to educate young scientists in this growing field and (iii) to foster bilateral complementary cooperations to better innovate and discover applications with advanced catalysts, clean synthetic methods, catalytic processes for industry and thus to build a task force in this catalysis field to the profit of our society. In a second phase after establishment of cooperations it is our objectives to offer industry useful interactions.
 
Résumé
Le principal objectif de ce séminaire bilatéral est de rassembler des chimistes du Brésil et de France enrichis d’expériences complémentaires fortes et variées dans au moins un des piliers soutenant la chimie verte : (i) Catalyse homogène issue des complexes moléculaires de métaux, incluant leurs applications hétérogènes, pour des procédés propres conduisant à des molécules complexes et de matériaux, la transformation de la biomasse en intermédiaires industriels utiles, ou la formation de polymères biodégradables, avec économie en énergie ou pour la génération d’énergie, (ii) pour l’amélioration des connaissances pour la formation des jeunes scientifiques dans ce domaine en pleine expansion et (iii) pour favoriser des coopérations bilatérales complémentaires pour mieux innover et découvrir des applications avec des catalyseurs performants, des méthodes de synthèse propres, des procédés catalytiques pour l’industrie, et ainsi pour former une force opérationnelle dans le domaine de la catalyse pour le bénéfice de notre société. Dans une deuxième phase après l’établissement de coopérations durables c’est notre objectif d’offrir des intéractions utiles aux industriels.
 
Resumo
O principal objetivo deste seminário bilateral é reunir os químicos do Brasil e da França, com especialidades complementares, fortes e diversificadas em pelo menos um dos pilares de sustentação química verde: (i) catálise homogênea resultante de complexos metálicos moleculares, incluindo as suas aplicações heterogêneas, para processos limpos que conduzem a moléculas complexas e materiais, transformações biomassa em produtos intermediários industriais úteis, ou a formação de polímeros biodegradáveis, com economia de energia ou da produção, (ii) para a melhoria do conhecimento para educar jovens cientistas neste campo crescente e (iii) promover bilateral complementar cooperações para melhor inovar e descobrir aplicações com catalisadores avançados, métodos sintéticos limpos, processos catalíticos para a indústria e, assim, construir uma força-tarefa neste campo da catálise para o benefício da nossa sociedade. Numa segunda fase, após o estabelecimento de cooperações, são os nossos objetivos propor colaborações úteis ao setor industrial.
 
Green Chemistry focuses on the design and implementation of chemical technologies, processes and services that are safe, energy efficient and environmentally sustainable. Adopting Green Chemistry innovations gives industry sustainable product and process alternatives that will continue to meet market demands while enhancing sustainability, improving human health and driving the economy, thereby advancing the human condition. Sustainable chemistry is a scientific concept that seeks to improve the efficiency with which natural resources are used to meet human needs for chemical products and services. Catalysis is not only the main pillar of the 12 principles of green and sustainable chemistry but it also contributes to most of these principles such as atom economy and no waste reactions, no toxic intermediates and products, safe solvents including water, energy generation and efficiency, renewable feedstocks as raw materials. Catalysis takes the best profit of these principles for the building of complex molecules and natural products, medicinal drugs, molecular materials and polymers or key industrial intermediates, via clean and low energy processes.
 
Several challenges in catalysis for green and sustainable chemistry will be addressed during the bilateral seminar seeking for strong cooperations and faster innovations in the future for the profit of both countries.

 
1. C-H bond functionalization and cross-coupling reactions
2. Alkene metathesis catalysis adding value to natural products
3. Catalysis and energy
4. Catalytic biomass transformations
5. Development of cheap and environment tolerant metal catalysts 
6. Green processes in water
7. Oligomerization and dimerization of alkenes
8. Biodegradable polymers
 
 
Timetable
 
Monday 19, on afternoon: 6 lectures
Tuesday 20, on morning: 4 lectures
Wednesday 21, on afternoon: sightseeing & free scientific discussions
Thursday 22, on morning: 6 lectures. On afternoon: discussions and networking
 
The Brazil-France bilateral workshop will take place in parallel and with some connections with the 5th Latin American Symposium on Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry (5º SILQCOM). Check here the full Symposium Programme.
 
 
Brazilian lecturers titles
 
Prof. Katia Bernardo-Gusmão, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Anchoring via covalent binding of β-diimine-nickel complexes for catalytic reactions
 
Prof. Carlos Roque D. Correia, State University of Campinas
Enantioselective Pd-catalyzed Heck arylations using arenediazonium salts: is there anything special about them?
 
Prof. Osvaldo L. Casagrande Jr, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Selective ethylene oligomerization with nickel and chromium catalysts bearing bi- and tridentate ligands
 
Prof. Eduardo N. dos Santos, Federal University of Minas Gerais
Fine chemicals from biomass employing metathesis reaction
 
Prof. Dalmo Mandelli, Federal University of ABC
Oxidation of alkanes and benzene with hydrogen peroxide catalyzed by ferrocene in the presence of acids
 
Prof. Mário Roberto Meneguetti, Institute of Chemistry, Federal University of Alagoas
Sn(IV)-based organometallic catalysts for the production of fatty acid alkyl esters
 
Prof. Paulo Henrique Schneider, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Palladium-catalyzed synthesis of new functional molecular materials containing chalcogens
 
Prof. Jackson D. Scholten, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Synthesis and catalytic application of metal nanoparticles in ionic liquids
 
 

French lecturers titles

Dr. Christian Bruneau, CNRS-University of Rennes
Metal-catalyzed hydrogen transfer for green C-H bond functionalization
 
Prof. Jean-François Carpentier, University of Rennes
Stable, still highly reactive heavy alkaline- and divalent rare-earth complexes for hydroelementation catalysis
 
Prof. Pierre H. Dixneuf, CNRS-University of Rennes
The power of ruthenium(II) catalysts for the functionalization of C-H bonds even in water
 
Dr. Régis Gauvin, University of Lille
Supported organometallic catalysis for improved chemical transformations
 
Dr. Maryse Gouygou, Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination, Toulouse
Phosphole-complexes in carbonylation reactions: applications to natural products
 
Dr. Evgueni Kirillov, University of Rennes
Propylene polymerization with cationic isoselective metallocenes
 
Prof. Rinaldo Poli, Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination, Toulouse
Well-defined polymeric nanoreactors for biphasic catalysis
 
Dr. Marc Taillefer, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, Montpellier
Arylation of nucleophiles: recent progress and mechanistic insight

 





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  • APR 02nd
    2015
    Online registration is open
  • JUL 10th
    2015
    Deadline for early (discount) registration
  • AUG 10th
    2015
    Deadline for abstract submission
  • OCT 18th
    2015
    Symposium begins
  • OCT 23rd
    2015
    Symposium ends



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