#O2DMAT Presentation

In contrast to the tremendous research efforts devoted to inorganic 2D crystals, organic based 2D crystalline materials (O2DMATs) are underdeveloped. O2DMATs are synthetic crystalline 2D nanostructures comprising carbon-rich repeated units linked by covalent/noncovalent bonds. Their structures, properties and functions can be tuned to a much higher degree, due to the structural diversities of potential monomers and linkage chemistries that can be employed. In this respect, tailor-made O2DMATs can be achieved when using various monomers that can have π-conjugation, electron-donating or electron-accepting properties, designed functional groups, catalytic and photoactive centers, etc. Generally, O2DMATs that are covalent (such as C=C, C=N, C-N, C-O, B-O bonds) or non-covalent (such as metal-diamine/metal-dithiolene, metal-terpyridine and bis(dipyrrinato)-metal coordination, hydrogen bonds, and host-guest interaction) networks with well-defined periodicity along two orthogonal directions are defined as 2D polymers, 2D conducting polymers, layer stacked 2D covalent organic frameworks (2D COFs), 2D metal-organic frameworks (2D MOFs), non-porous 2D coordination polymers, and 2D supramolecular polymers. They have recently emerged as a new type of 2DMs with attractive physical and chemical properties. Profiting from their well-defined structures, high specific surface area and structural/chemical diversity, O2DMATs have attracted great attention as advanced materials for chemical and physical devices. Some of the monolayer O2DMATs have been theoretically predicted as a new generation of topological insulator that is intriguing for condensed matter physics.

The conference on “Organic 2D Crystallyne Materials: Chemistry, Physics and Devices" took place from 15th to 16th September, 2022.

      In this conference, we aimed to bring together theorist and experimentalist from different scientific fields to trigger interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations around the fundamental development of chemistry, physics and devices based on organic 2D crystal materials.

Topics to be covered by the conference:
  • Chemical methodologies of O2DMATs, reaction mechanism and chemical functionalization
  • Synthetic strategies toward single crystals, monolayers, nanosheets and thin films
  • Structural, Mechanical, Optical, Electronic, Magnetic and Electrical Properties of O2DMATs
  • Electronics, Spintronics, Logic/Memory, Sensors, Terahertz Devices and Photonics based on O2DMATs
  • Theoretical Investigation and Modelling of O2DMATs Physics and Devices
Conference organizers
Enrique Cánovas
IMDEA Nanoscience, ES
Renhao Dong
Faculty of Chemistry and Food Chemistry
Technische Universität Dresden, DE
Xinliang Feng
Chemistry and Food Chemistry
Technical University (TU) Dresden, DE
Hai Wang
Molecular spectrosocpy
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, DE
Invited Speakers
Mischa Bonn
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, DE
Eugenio Coronado
Universidad de Valencia - ICMol (Institute of Molecular Science), ES
Steven De Feyter
KU Leuven, BE
David Ecija
IMDEA-Nanociencia, ES
Thomas Heine
Department of Chemistry and Food Chemistry, TU Dresden
Markus Lackinger
Technische Universität München, Germany, DE
Marcelo Lozada-Hidalgo
The University of Manchester, GB
Aurelio Mateo-Alonso (Koke)
POLYMAT, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, ES, ES
Felix Zamora
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, ES, ES

🏅 Best Poster prize valued at 100€ from Fundació Scito - Marco Ballabio

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