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									                          Department of Chemistry
                                      Seminar Announcement
Date/Time/Venue       Title/Speaker

7 Feb (Mon)           Multifunctional Magnetic Molecular
11am – 12nn           Materials
@ S8 Level 3          Professor Gao Song
Executive             Peking University, China
Classroom             Host : Assoc Prof John Yip Hon Kay




About the Speaker
Professor Gao Song got his BS and PhD in chemistry at Peking
University (PKU) in 1985 and 1991, and then worked at PKU till now.
He was a Humboldt Research Fellow in TH Aachen from 1995 to
1997. He has been Cheung Kong Professor in College of Chemistry
and Molecular Engineering at Peking University since 2002, and
served as dean of this college in 2006-2010. He is now deputy director
of Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences. He received
State Natural Science Award (the 2nd Grade) in 2006 because of his
contribution in magnetic ordered coordination polymers and
molecular nanomagnets. He was
elected as member of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007. In the same year, he
became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK). He is member of Editorial
Advisory Board for Chem. Soc. Rev., Chemical Science, and Inorganic Chemistry etc., and
Associate Editor of CrystEngComm. Professor Gao Song and his collaborators published
more than 300 papers with h-index 51. He is the chairman of the 12th International
Conference on Molecule-based Magnets held in Beijing in 2010. His research interests are
magnetic ordered coordination polymers, molecular nanomagnets, molecular and crystal
engineering, and multifunctional molecular materials.



 Abstract
 This talk will review the progress in the filed of multifunctional magnetic molecular
 materials, such as ferromagnetic conductors, photo and piezo switching magnets,
 chiral magnets, and multiferroics. Some recent results from our lab on new
 ferroelectric magnetic metal-organic frameworks (MOF), and new iron(II) spin
 crossover (SCO) compounds with N4O2 coordination sphere, will be presented.




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                          Department of Chemistry
                                      Seminar Announcement
Date/Time/Venue       Title/Speaker

11 Feb (Fri)          Recent Studies on Single-ion Magnets
11am – 12nn

@ S8 Level 3          Professor Gao Song
Executive             Peking University, China
Classroom             Host : Professor J J Vittal




About the Speaker
Professor Gao Song got his BS and PhD in chemistry at Peking
University (PKU) in 1985 and 1991, and then worked at PKU till now.
He was a Humboldt Research Fellow in TH Aachen from 1995 to
1997. He has been Cheung Kong Professor in College of Chemistry
and Molecular Engineering at Peking University since 2002, and
served as dean of this college in 2006-2010. He is now deputy director
of Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences. He received
State Natural Science Award (the 2nd Grade) in 2006 because of his
contribution in magnetic ordered coordination polymers and
molecular nanomagnets. He was
elected as member of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007. In the same year, he
became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK). He is member of Editorial
Advisory Board for Chem. Soc. Rev., Chemical Science, and Inorganic Chemistry etc., and
Associate Editor of CrystEngComm. Professor Gao Song and his collaborators published
more than 300 papers with h-index 51. He is the chairman of the 12th International
Conference on Molecule-based Magnets held in Beijing in 2010. His research interests are
magnetic ordered coordination polymers, molecular nanomagnets, molecular and crystal
engineering, and multifunctional molecular materials.



 Abstract
 Single-molecule magnets (SMMs) have been received great attention for their
 unique properties since 1990s, such as very slow relaxation and quantum tunneling
 of magnetization, which offer the opportunity of potential application in information
 storage and quantum computation at molecular level. Recently we are going to
 explore the smallest molecular entity with isolated single spin center showing SMM
 or SMM-like behavior, single-ion magnets, based on the previous work. Some recent
 results on Dy(III) and Er(III) based mononuclear molecules and their SMM behaviors
 will be presented.




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                             Department of Chemistry
                                          Seminar Announcement
Date/Time/Venue          Title/Speaker

15 Feb (Tue)             Strategies towards Single-chain
11am – 12nn              Magnets
@ S8 Level 3             Professor Gao Song
Executive                Peking University, China
Classroom                Host : Asst Prof Liu Xiaogang




About the Speaker
Professor Gao Song got his BS and PhD in chemistry at Peking
University (PKU) in 1985 and 1991, and then worked at PKU till now.
He was a Humboldt Research Fellow in TH Aachen from 1995 to
1997. He has been Cheung Kong Professor in College of Chemistry
and Molecular Engineering at Peking University since 2002, and
served as dean of this college in 2006-2010. He is now deputy director
of Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences. He received
State Natural Science Award (the 2nd Grade) in 2006 because of his
contribution in magnetic ordered coordination polymers and
molecular nanomagnets. He was
elected as member of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007. In the same year, he
became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK). He is member of Editorial
Advisory Board for Chem. Soc. Rev., Chemical Science, and Inorganic Chemistry etc., and
Associate Editor of CrystEngComm. Professor Gao Song and his collaborators published
more than 300 papers with h-index 51. He is the chairman of the 12th International
Conference on Molecule-based Magnets held in Beijing in 2010. His research interests are
magnetic ordered coordination polymers, molecular nanomagnets, molecular and crystal
engineering, and multifunctional molecular materials.


 Abstract
 Single-chain magnets (SCM) are a novel class of molecular magnetic materials exhibiting
 slow magnetic relaxation, which arises from large uniaxial type magnetic anisotropy, strong
 intrachain and very weak or negligible interchain magnetic interactions. Although more than
 20 examples of SCM have been reported, the controlled synthesis of SCMis still a challenge. In
 this seminar, I will review the three strategies for the construction of SCM, highlight typical
 examples, discuss the role of intrachain and interchain interactions on the overall magnetic
 behavior of SCM as well as how to control or tune these interactions. For each strategy we
 present the advantages/shortcoming and then point out the main directions that remain to be
 developed in the field.




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