A pdf-version of the program and book of abstracts is available here.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Sunday, July 3

15:00 Registration
16:30 Welcoming Remarks
TW, PB, SK, AW, Mainz
Session 1: Metallo-Supramolecular Assemblies
16:40 Keynote Lecture 
Luisa De Cola, University of Milano
Supramolecular Assembly into Luminescent Materials
17:15 Gustavo Fernandez, University of Münster
Controlled Supramolecular Polymerization of Discrete Metal-containing π-Conjugated Systems
17:35 Stephen Schrettl, Technical University of Munich
Supramolecular Co-Assemblies as Mechanically Robust Polymer Materials
17:55 Zhixuan Zhou, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
In Situ-Assembly of Platinum (II)-Metallopeptide Nanostructures Disrups Energy Homeostasis and Cellular Metabolism
18:10 Award of the Literature Prize 2022 of the "Fonds der Chemischen Industrie"
Laudatio: Frank Würthner, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
18:35- 20:00 Welcome Reception

Monday, July 4


Session 2: Non-equilibrium Systems
08:30 Keynote Lecture 
Kurt Kremer, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Transient States in Soft Matter
09:05 Job Boekhoven, Technical University of Munich
Active Droplets: Droplets Regulated by Chemical Reaction Cycles
09:25 Charalampos Pappas, University of Freiburg
Emergence of Protein-Like Structures from Single Monomers
09:45 Dibyendu Das, IISER Kolkata
Substrate Induced Catalyst Formation under Non-Equilibrium Conditions
10:05 Michael Howlett, University of Oxford                                                                                          An Autonomously Oscillating Supramolecular Self-Replicator
10:20 Coffee Break
Session 3: Supramolecular Machinery, Interlocked and Dynamic Systems
10:50 Simon Krause, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research
Dynamic Light-Responsive Porous Frameworks
11:10 Chiara Taticchi, University of Bologna
Towards an Autonomous Photochemically Driven Rotary Motor Based on a Catenane
11:25 Daniel Stares, Freie Universität Berlin
Dynamic Processes of Photo Switchable Compounds Shown by Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry
11:40 Hendrik V. Schröder, Princeton University
Mechanically Interlocked Molecules Solely Made From Peptides
11:55 Robert Hein, University of Oxford
Redox-Switchable Chalcogen Bonding for Anion Recognition and Sensing
12:10 Anna McConnell, University of Kiel, Larissa von Krbek, University of Bonn
Women In Supramolecular Chemistry Network
12:35 Lunch Break
Session 4: BioSupramolecular Systems and Interfaces
13:30 Keynote Lecture 
Helma Wennemers, ETH Zurich
Synthetic Collagen – From Structure to Function
14:05 Maartje Bastings, EPFL Lausanne - invited young investigator lecture
Supramolecular Crystallinity is a Balance of Spatial Tolerance and Affinity
14:30 Andreas Herrmann, DWI Aachen
Supramolecular Bond Cleavage enabled by ultrasound for the activation of drugs, proteins and genes
14:50 Rainer Haag, Freie Universität Berlin
Biomedical Applications of Dendritic Supramolecular Delivery Systems
15:10 Shikha Dhiman, Eindhoven University of Technology
Unravelling Multivalent Recruitment of Receptors Stimulated by Supramolecular Polymers
15:25 Coffee Break
Session 5: Molecular Cages and Host-Guest Chemistry
16:00 Keynote Lecture
Makoto Fujita, University of Tokyo
Protein Encapsulation in Self-Assembled Gigantic Cages
16:35 Florian Beuerle, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
Isoreticular Chemistry of Porous Covalent Organic Cage Compounds
16:55 Bernd M. Schmidt, Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf
Fluorinated Porous Organic Cage and Macrocyclic Compounds
17:15 Jacopo Tessarolo, Technical University of Dortmund
Self-assembly of Multifunctional Coordination Cages
17:30 Adriana Sacristán-Martín, University of Valladolid
A Reverse Redox-Based Self-Resetting Host For Fullerenes
17:45 Bahiru Benke, Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg
Dimeric and Trimeric Catenation of Giant Chiral [8+12] Imine Cubes
18:00 Conference Group Picture
18:15-20:00 Poster Session with Beer and Pretzels

Tuesday, July 5  (back to top)

Session 6: Supramolecular Polymers and Materials
08:30 Keynote Lecture
E. W. "Bert" Meijer, Eindhoven University of Technology
Dilution-Induced Supramolecular Polymerizations
09:05 Max von Delius, Ulm University - Cram-Lehn-Pedersen prize lecture
The Supramolecular Chemistry of all-cis Fluorinated Cyclohexanes
09:25 Johannes Brendel, Friedrich Schiller University Jena - invited young investigator lecture
Guiding polymer self-assembly by supramolecular polymerization
09:50 José Alberto Rodríguez Agudo, Anton Paar Germany GmbH
Advanced characterization of bioinspired and smart materials by combining rotational and linear drives in one single rheometer
10:05 Daniel Görl, EPFL Lausanne
Sustainable Materials from Reinforced Supramolecular Networks
10:20 Coffee Break
Session 7: Supramolecular Chemistry of π-Systems
10:50 Keynote Lecture
Klaus Müllen, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Calling Graphene Nanoribbons to Order
11:25 Massimiliano Curcio, University of Bologna
Photoinduced Autonomous Non-Equilibrium Operation of a Molecular Shuttle
by Combined Isomerization and Proton Transfer
11:45 Andreas Vargas Jentzsch, University of Strasbourg
Supramolecular Polymers without a Twist
12:05 Kazutaka Shoyama, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg
Supramolecular Stacks of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
12:20 Michel Rickhaus, University of Zurich
Shape-Assisted Self-Assembly – When Function Follows Form
12:40 Poster Prizes and Closing Remarks
13:00 End of Conference