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    学术讲座(五十八):The Beauty of Molecules

    2018-11-22

     

    主讲人:彭旭明院士 

    时间: 20181122日上午10:30

    地点: 深圳大学西丽校区B1-420会议室

    报告人简介:

    Name:PENG, SHIE-MING

    Date of Birth:March 2, 1949

    E-mail:smpeng@ntu.edu.tw

    Tel:886-2-2363 8305

    Fax:886-2-8369 3765

    Address:Department of Chemistry National Taiwan University

    No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei,Taiwan, R.O.C. 10617

    Educational and Professional

    National Taiwan University B.S.    1970

    The University of Chicago  Ph.D.  1975

    Northwestern University Post doctor     1975-1976

    Current Position and Relevant Experience

    National Taiwan University Professor  1980-Now

    Universitaet Muenster, Germany     VisitingProfessor 2012

    Academia Sinica Vice President 2011-2014

    Universite de Strasbourg (ULP) , France    VisitingProfessor 2009

    Institute of Molecular Science, Japan    VisitingProfessor 2008

    Chuo University, Japan  VisitingProfessor 2004

    University of Zaragoza, Spain   VisitingProfessor 2003

    Chemical Society Located in Taipei President  2001-2002

    Universite Louis Pasteur, France     VisitingProfessor 2000

    National Taiwan University Vice President 1999-2002

    Institute of Molecular Science, JapanNational Laboratory Visiting Scholar   1991

    Department of Chemistry, National TaiwanUniversity Chairman 1987-1990

    Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica     ActingDirector    1985-1987

    Max-Planck Institute of Solid StateResearch   Humboldt Fellow      1983-1984

    National Taiwan University AssociateProfessor   1976-1980

    Honors and Awards

    Humboldt Fellow                1983

    Outstanding Young Alumni, National TaiwanUniversity              1985

    Sun-Yat Sen Foundation, Academic Award            1991

    Chinese Chemical Society (Taipei),Academic Award             1992

    Ho Foundation, Academic Award               1996

    National Science Council, OutstandingResearch Award               1986;1988; 1990; 1993

    National Science Council, DistinguishedResearcher               1995;1998

    Ministry of Education, Science Award             1996

    Ministry of Education, Chair Professor            1997-2000

    Member of Academia Sinica (Academician)                1998

    Chang Foundation, Academic Award               2000

    TWAS (The Third World Academy of Sciences)Prize in Chemistry               2002

    Member of TWAS               2004

    Phi Tau Phi Taiwan Chapter, OutstandingAchievement Award           2005

    Y.Z. Hsu Scientific Chair Professor            2006

    Taiwan-Frence Science Prize                2008

    Chair Professor, National TaiwanUniversity               2006;2009; 2014

    Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry              2009

    International Award, Japan Society ofCoordination Chemistry           2011

    FACS, Foundation Lectureship Award             2011

    Presidential Science Prize of Taiwan                2013

    Luigi Tartufari International ChemistryPrize, Italin Academy of Sciences 2014

    Russian Academy of Engineering, ForeignMember                2014

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science(JSPS), Fellow                      2015

    Distinguished Chinese Visiting ScholarLectureship of Hong Kong Baptist University       2015

    讲座摘要:

    The lecture is prompted by the paper ofProf. Roald Hoffmann (The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 48, 191-204,1990) and beadwork of my colleague, Prof. Bih-Yaw Jin.

    The intention of the lecture is tointroduce the structural chemistry to general audiences. Many beautifulmolecules are presented by drawing, picture or real 3D model instead ofdifficult chemist’s language. After simple introduction of chemical bond, manymolecules are showing from organic molecules to inorganic molecules, coordinationcomplexes and organometallic complexes. Then giant molecules, proteins, DNAseven virus will be showing.

    The final remark will be focused on myresearch molecules: metal string complexes. These molecules are fundamentallyimportant in the study of metal-metal bonding and also have great potentialapplications as molecular electronics.

     

    Figure: The MolecularModel of Beads by Prof. Bih-Yaw Jin

    欢迎有兴趣的师生参加!