General Information

Date:
November, 30, 2016
Venue:
Tokyo Univ. of Sci., Building No. 1, 17F (一号館 17階 記念講堂)
Location:
Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Organized by:
Research Center for Chirality,
Research Institute for Science & Technology (RIST)
Tokyo University of Science
Symposium Poster:
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Program

10:25 Opening Remarks
10:30 Plenary Lecture (PL-01) Chair: Isamu Shiina (Tokyo University of Science)
Ivo Stary (Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech)
Helicenes at Nanoscale: Their Synthesis and Properties
11:15 Plenary Lecture (PL-02) Chair: Yujiro Hayashi (Tohoku University)
Mohamed Amedjkouh (University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway)
Remote Asymmetric Amplification with Soai Reaction in Synergistic and Responsive Autocatalytic Systems
11:50 Lunch
13:20 Poster Session
14:40 Plenary Lecture (PL-03) Chair: Arimasa Matsumoto (Tokyo University of Science)
Mikiji MIyata (Osaka University, Osaka, Japan)
Supramolecular Chirality of Two-fold Helical Assemblies of Organic Molecules in Crystals
15:25 Plenary Lecture (PL-04) Chair: Shinichi Saito (Tokyo University of Science)
Kuiling Ding (Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Shanghai, China)
Chiral Ligand Design: from Spiro to Spiro
16:10 Coffee Break
16:35 Plenary Lecture (PL-05) Chair: Kenso Soai(Tokyo University of Science)
Cristobal Viedma (Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain)
Chiral Symmetry Breaking in Chiral Crystallization: Pharmaceuticals and the Origin of Life
17:20 Closing Remarks
18:00 Banquet

Instructions for Poster Presentation

Poster size
Equal or smaller than A0 size (width: 841 mm, height: 1189 mm).
Poster set up
10:00-10:25 or 11:50-13:20
Poster removal
16:10-16:35 (Coffee break)

Posters

(PP-01)
Enatioselective C-H Bond Functionalization for the Synthesis of Various Amino Acids by Chiral Ir(I) Catalysts
Masamichi MIchino,1 Hisaki Kurita,1 Mamoru Ito,1 Yu-ki Tahara,1 Kyalo Stephen Kanyiva,2 Takanori Shibata1,3,*
( 1Waseda University, 2ICSEP, Waseda University,3JST, ACT-C)
(PP-02)
Best Poster Award
Convenient Synthesis of Azahelicenes by Using Hypervalent Iodine Reagent and Evaluation of Their Physical Properties
Ami Tsuyuki,1 Takashi Otani,1,2,3, Taiki Iwachi,3 Satoshi Someya,1 Kotaro Tateno,3 HidetoShi Kawai,3 Takao Saito,3 Kyalo Stephen Kanyiva,4 and Takanori Shibata,1,5,*
( 1Waseda University, 2Anan College, 3Tokyo University of Science, 4ICSEP, Waseda University, 5JST, ACT-C)
(PP-03)
Best Poster Award
Synthesis of 1,3-syn-diol by asymmetric aldol / oxy-Michael reaction
Yujiro Hayashi*, Takanobu Saitoh, Hiromu Arase, Genki Kawauchi
(Tohoku University)
(PP-04)
Vibrational Circular Dichoroism Study on Structural Discrimination between Aβ(1-40) and Aβ(1-42) Peptides in Films
Toshinori Morisaku,1 and Hiroharu Yui,1*
( 1Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-05)
Best Poster Award
Enantioselective synthesis of L- and D-aminonitrile induced by benzhydrylamine-d5 with hydrogen isotope chirality
Satoshi Nishiyama, Yuji Tokunaga, Tsuneomi Kawasaki*
(University of Fukui)
(PP-06)
Synthesis of 2-azabicyclo[2.1.0]pentanes by intramolecular nucleophilic substitution of cyclopropylmagnesium carbenoids
Toshiki Nishimura, Tsutomu Kimura*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-07)
Infrared multiphoton absorption of simple chiral molecules by FEL-TUS
Wataru Maruki, Emi Yuda, Takahiro Oyama and Koichi Tsukiyama*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-08)
Asymmetric Synthesis of Chiral Indole Compounds Using the Dynamic Kinetic Resolution of Racemic α-Arylpropanoic Acids
Yuka Yokoyama, Takahiro Saito, Eri Tokumaru, Isamu Shiina*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-09)
Synthesis of a Half-Sandwich Chiral-at-Metal Complex of Ruthenium and its Separation with a Chiral HPLC Column
Ayumi Suzuki,Yuichiro Mutoh,* Shinichi Saito*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-10)
Best Poster Award
Synthesis of Functionalized Homochiral [2]Rotaxanes from BINOL-derived Macrocyclic Phenanthroline
Akihiro Shibuya, Yuichiro Mutoh, Shinichi Saito*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-11)
Design and Application of Acid-combined Chiral N-Aryl Imidazole Catalyst for Asymmetric Acyl Transfer Reaction
Koki Suzuki,1 Kodai Matsuura,1 Ko Akai,1 Atsushi Hirose,1 Yuki Kiyota,2 Ryo Irie,2 Ryota Yamaki,3 Hiroki Takahata,3 Tatsushi Imahori,1*
( 1Tokyo University of Science, 2Kumamoto University, 3Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical University)
(PP-12)
Design and Utilization of Novel Chiral and Functional Molecules [19] Cyanomethylation of Aldehydes via Lewis Acid/ N-Heterocyclic Carbene Cooperative Catalysis
Ryo Makihara, Shinya Handa, Hiroshi Sugimoto*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-13)
Design and Utilization of Novel Chiral and Functional Molecules [20] Asymmetric Pictet-Spengler Reaction Using Bisthiourea As Chiral Anion Receptor
Yuika Mori, Kohei Yamashita, Shinya Handa, Hiroshi Sugimoto*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-14)
Appearance of two-dimensional chirality induced by dimer formation of dye molecules substituted with two alkyl chains
Yuuta Haga, Akinori Honda, Kazuo Miyamura
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-15)
Best Poster Award
Relationship between crystal structure and optical activity of alanine chiral crystals
Kazuo Ishikawa,1 Yukana Terasawa,1 Masahito Tanaka,2 Toru Asahi,1*
( 1Waseda University, 2AIST)
(PP-16)
Controlling chirality of triglycine sulfate crystals by alanine or L-lactic acid molecules
Yukana Terasawsa, Kazuhiko Ishikawa, Tomoro Kawatani, Toru Asahi*
(Waseda University)
(PP-17)
Best Poster Award
Spontaneous Absolute Asymmetric Synthesis in Conjunction with Asymmetric Autocatalysis Under Solid-vapor Phase Conditions
Yoshiyasu Kaimori, Yui Hiyoshi, Satoshi Fujiwara, Arimasa Matsumoto, Kenso Soai*
(Tokyo University of Science)
(PP-18)
Asymmetric Autocatalysis Initiated by 1- and 2-Aza[6]helicenes
Kento Yonemitsu,1 Hanae Ozaki,1 Arimasa Matsumoto,1 Irena G. Stara,2* Ivo Stary,2* Kenso Soai1*
( 1Tokyo University of Science, 2Czech Academy of Sciences)
(PP-19)
Asymmetric Autocatalysis Initiated by Chiral Crystal of Dibutylhydroxytoluene
Sora Takeda, Shunya Harada, Arimasa Matsumoto, Kenso Soai*
(Tokyo University of Science)

Organizing Committee