题 目：Amphidynamic Materials and Molecular Machines: Supramolecular and Extended Architectures
报 告 人： Miguel A. Garcia-Garibay,
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles CA, 90095 USA
地 点：化学楼 H201（蒋雯若报告厅）
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报告内容：During the last few years our group at UCLA has established the synthetic and analytic infrastructure required to develop a promising new class of materials that operate on the basis of there structurally programmed molecular motion. Having a combination of static and rapidly moving components, we refer to them as amphidynamic. Amphidynamic materials can be crystalline or amorphous, and built with discrete molecular units, supramolecular synthons, extended solids based on metal-organic frameworks, or other platforms. Among them, molecular rotors are expected to have functions that rely on polar units designed to rotate or reorient in response to external fields, and to display field-induced birefringence, dichroism, second-order non-linear optical responses, and other addressable physical properties. With structurally controlled degrees of freedom, and capable of responding to external stimuli in a predetermined manner, amphidynamic materials are a promising platform for the design of molecular machines. This presentation will illustrate the development of these concepts with a particular emphasis on supramolecular architectures, considering their realization using several structural platforms, the relation between dynamics and order, and the tools used to determine solid state rotational dynamics that range from static to the limit of inertia
Miguel A Garcia-Garibay
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Education and Training
1989-1992 Postdoctoral. Organic Photochemistry, Department of Chemistry, Columbia University (Advisor: Prof. N.J. Turro).
1985-1988 Ph.D. Organic Chemistry, Chemistry Department, University of British Columbia, Canada (Advisor: Prof. John R. Scheffer).
1977-1982 B.Sc. QFB (Chemistry-Pharmacy), University of Michoacan, México
Appointments and Professional Experience
2016-2021 Dean of Physical Sciences, College of Letters and Scienves, UCLA
2012-2016 Department Chair, Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA
2011-2017 National Academy of Sciences–Chemical Sciences Round Table
2009-date Associate Editor, Journal of the American Chemical Society
2009, 2010 Visiting Professor, University of Angers
2009-2012 Diversity Adviser to the Dean of Physical Sciences, UCLA
2008 Visiting Professor, Institute of Organic Chemistry, University of Zurich
2005-2008 Vice Chair, Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA
2001-date Professor, Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA
1998-2001 Associate Professor, Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA
1992-1998 Assistant Professor, Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA
1985-1988 Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
1985-1988 Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
American Chemical Society; Division of Organic Chemistry; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Inter-American Photochemical Society; American Crystallographic Association; Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science; Materials Research Society.
Honors and Awards
2015 Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award
2015 UCLA Staff Recognition Award
2013 Inter-American Photochemical Society Award
2013 UCLA Diversity and Inclusiveness Award
2010 Dow Chemical Distinguished Lecturer, UC Santa Barbara
2009-2011 National Science Foundation Creativity Award
2009 Troisieme Cicle Lectures, Western Swiss Universities, Basel, Geneve, and Fribourg
2008 American Competitiveness and Innovation Fellow
2008 Class of 1960's Speaker, Williams College
2007 Elected to the American Association for the Advancement of Science
1999 Herbert Newby McCoy Award, UCLA
1997 Dean's Marshal Award for the Division of Physical Sciences, UCLA
1996-2000 National Science Foundation Career Award
1995 Faculty Development Award, UCLA
1986-1988 University Graduate Fellowship, University of British Columbia
Advisory Board Membership
Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2002-2005, 2005-2009 and 2009-date; Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2003-2006, 2006-2009; Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 2008; Journal of the Mexican Chemical Society, 2004-2012; Executive Committee of the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry, 2008-date; Advisory Board, Puerto Rico Council of Higher Education, 2003, 2005; Governing Board of the Reaction Mechanisms Conference, 2006-2012; International Conference on the Chemistry of the Organic Solid State, 2004-date; Conference on Quantum Atomic and Molecular Tunneling in Solids and Other Condensed Phases; Center on Materials and Devices for Information Technology Research, Universities of Washington, Arizona and Georgia Tech, 2008-2011.; Executive Committee, ACS Division of Organic Chemistry, 2008-2011; Center for Photochem. Sciences, Bowling Green State University 2012-2016
Professional Service (since 2005)
Chair, 2018 IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry; Workshop on Mesoscale Chemistry, Chemical Sciences Roundtable, National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C. 2014; Workshop on Undergraduate Chemistry Education, Chemical Sciences Roundtable, National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. 2013; Symposium on Self-Assembly and Molecular Machines at the 2011 AAAS National Meeting; NSF Workshop on Physical Organic Chemistry, Lake Tahoe, CA, Sep 2008; NSF Workshop on Physical Organic Chemistry, Lake, Champlain, VT, Sep 2007; NSF Workshop on Physical Organic Chemistry, Lake, Arrowhead, CA Sep 2006; International Symposium in Honor of Prof. Fred Wudl, UCLA, Jan. 2007; Summer School on Stereochemical Aspects of Materials Sciences, UC Santa Barbara, June 2005; Symposium on Axial Rotation in Organic and Organometallic Molecules, ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, Aug. 2005; Symposium on Organic Solid State Chemistry: Structure, Synthesis and Reactivity, Pacifichem 2005; XVII International Conference on the Chemistry of the Organic Solid State, UCLA, July 24-29, 2005.
Undergraduate Courses: Chemistry 30A/B (Organic Chemistry); Chemistry 136 (Organic Spectrospcopy); Chemistry 143A/B (Physical Organic Chemistry); Chemistry 148 (Careers in Chemistry Seminar).
Graduate Courses: Chemistry 236 (Organic Spectroscopy), Chemistry 243A/B (Physical Organic Chemistry)
Mentoring: Twenty eight Ph.D. thesis and ten M.S. thesis completed, seven Ph.D. thesis in progress, eighteen postdoctoral fellows sponsored, eleven international graduate student visitors, over 60 undergraduate student researchers, and thirteen international scholars hosted.
Miguel A. Garcia-Garibay received his B.S. degree (chemistry and pharmacy) from the University of Michoacan in Mexico and his Ph.D. degree from the University of British Columbia, where he graduated in 3 years with 18 peer reviewed articles published from his thesis work. He was a postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University before joining the faculty at UCLA in 1992. He was promoted to full professor in 2001, served as Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He was chair of his Department from 2012 to 2016 and he is the current Dean of Physical Sciences at UCLA. Garcia-Garibay has achieved international reputation for his work in solid-state organic chemistry, solid state reaction mechanisms, dynamics in crystals, and crystalline molecular machines. His current research efforts are aimed at the development of chemical process that occur in the solid state with great efficiency under the effects solar energy, without harmful additives, and with no solvents. He also works on the development of fluids for application in solar-thermal energy capture and on the design and construction of collective amphidynamic crystals and molecular machines. Garcia-Garibay has authored 190 articles published in peer-reviewed Journals, and 9 book chapters. He has also given over 300 invited and plenary lectures worldwide. He has bee an Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Chemical Society since 2009, and he sits in the advisory boards of Crystal Growth and Design and The Journal of Organic Chemistry. He is a member of the Chemical Sciences Roundtable of the National Research Council. Garcia-Garibay has organized scientific workshops sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the American Association of the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Inter-American Photochemical Society (I-APS) and the Chemical Sciences Roundtable. Among other honors, he is a fellow of the American Association of the Advancement of Science, and he has been awarded an NSF Career Award, the American Competitiveness and Innovation Fellowship, an NSF Creativity Award, the 2013 Inter-American Photochemical Society Award in Photochemistry, and the 2015 ACS Cope Scholar Award.