Plenary/Invited/Young Scientist Award Talks

Invited Talks

Tuesday, September 13
10:40-11:16
1F06
*Shigehiko Hayashi
(Graduate School of Science, Kyoto Univ.)
“Understanding and design of molecular functions of flexible proteins”
11:34-12:10
1C09
*Reizo Kato
(RIKEN)
“Electronic properties of molecular conductors based on metal complexes: Diversity and control”
15:44-16:20
1B14
*Hideki Tanaka
(Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Science, Okayama Univ.)
“Thermodynamic stability and phase transition of ices and clathrate hydrates”
Wednesday, September 14
10:40-11:16
2E06-07
*Tatsuya Tsukuda
(The Univ. Tokyo)
“Chemically modified superatoms and superatomic molecules”
10:40-11:16
2F06
*Satoshi Takahashi
11:34-12:10
2G09
*Hiroshi Nakatsuji
(Quantum Chemistry Research Institute)
“Accurately predictive quantum chemistry that combines quantum principles and chemical formulas”
14:50-15:26
2D11
*Maki Kawai
Thursday, September 15
10:40-11:16
3C06
* Shuhei Seki
11:34-12:10
3A09
*Akiyoshi Hishikawa1,2
(RCMS1, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya Univ.2)
“Imaging ultrafast chemical reactions by intense laser pulses”
14:50-15:26
3C11
*Yusuke Morisawa
(School of Science and Engineering, Kindai Univ.)
“Study of electronic states for molecules in condensed phase by using attenuated total reflectance spectroscopy in the far-UV region”

Young Scientist Award Talks

Tuesday, September 13
14:50-15:26
1A11
* Mitsuhiko Miyazaki
(Laboratory for Chemistry and Life Science, Institute of innovative research, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
“Structural approach to reaction mechanism utilizing solvated clusters by picosecond time resolved spectroscopy”
Wednesday, September 14
15:44-16:20
2B14
yeon-deuk Kim1,2
(Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University 1,JST PRESTO 2)
“Developments of Quantum Molecular Dynamics Simulation with Nuclear Quantum Effects and Its Application to Hydrogen Condensed Phases”
Thursday, September 15
10:40-11:16
3F06
* Keiichi Inoue 1,2
(Grad. Sch. Eng., Nagoya Inst. Tech. 1, JST PRESTO 2)
“The study on the ion-transport mechanism of light-driven sodium pump rhodopsin and the creation of new functional molecules”
14:50-15:26
3G11
* Kiyoshi Yagi
(RIKEN, Theo. Mol. Sci.)
“Anharmonic vibrational structure calculations from the first principles”