题 目：Self-assembly for Imaging and Sensing
报告人：Prof. Luisa De Cola,
Institute de Science et d'Ingénierie Supramoléculaires (I.S.I.S.),
University of Strasbourg, France and KIT, Germany
联系人：王乐勇 教授 强琚莉 副教授
1978 - 1983 Laurea in Chemistry summa cum laude, University of Messina (Italy).
1984 -1986 Postdoctoral fellow (NIH) at the Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA.
1986-1990 Researcher National Research Council, CNR, Instituto F.R.A.E, Bologna.
1987-1988 Visiting researcher, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
1990-1998 Assistant Professori University of Bologna (Italy).
1998-2004 Full Professor, University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands), chair of Molecular Photonic Materials.
since 2005 Full Professor (C4) in Physics and Chemistry,
University of Münster (Germany) chair of Nanoelectronics and Nanophotonics.
2005- 2006 Adjunct Professor, HIMS, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2006-2012 Part-time Professor Department of Chemistry University of Twente, The Netherlands
2012- University of Strasbourg/ISIS AXA chair in Supramolecular and Biomaterials Chemistry
Adjunct Scientist at the Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany
Luminescent molecules that can undergo self-assembly are of great interest for the development of new materials, sensors, biolabels…. The talk will illustrate some of the recent results on soft structures based on metal complexes able to aggregate in fibers, gels and soft mechanochromic materials . The use of platinum complexes as building block for luminescent reversible piezochromic and mechanochromic materials will be illustrated. The emission of the compounds can be tuned by an appropriate choice of the coordinated ligands as well as of their aggregation in different structures. The formation of soft assemblies allows the tuning of the emission color, by pressure and temperature leading to a new class of materials possessing reversible properties. We demonstrate how even small changes in molecular design can completely inhibit or enhance the formation of organized supramolecular architectures, leading to a deep understanding of the key factor affecting the whole self-assembly process.
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2.A. Aliprandi, M. Mauro, L. De Cola Nature Chemistry , 2016, 8, 10-15
3.S. Sinn, F. Biedermann, L. De Cola Chem. Eu. J., 2017, 23, 1965–1971