Nano-Synergetics is a French/Japanese International Associate Laboratory built on research groups from ENS Paris-Saclay, Lille University, Osaka University, NAIST, Kyoto University and Aoyama Gakuin University. Projects within Nano-Synergetics aim at designing and studying novel complex photochromic molecular nanomaterials (organic and hybrid) based on nonlinear cooperative effects, multi-photon processes and multifunctionality.

This Nano-synergetics Workshop for Young Researchers, March 29ᵗʰ – 30ᵗʰ 2018, will be devoted to “Photo-active Materials with Cooperative and Synergetic Responses” and will take place 29ᵗʰ March at Lilliad and 30ᵗʰ March at CERLA – Lille University – 30ᵗʰ 2018 – Lille University (Campus Cité Scientifique) . The scientific meeting will consist of about 4-6 keynotes from established Japanese & French Professors, 30-40 oral presentations of young researchers and a poster session / cocktail on Thursday evening.

This Workshop will also actively contribute to the celebration of the 160ᵗʰ anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and Japan in 2018, encouraging future collaborations among the new generation of researchers (Master2, Ph.D. course students, Post Doctorates or assistant professors).

We expect participants not only from our laboratories but from a wider scientific community. Topics will be related, not only, but mainly to the following aspects

Photo-mechanical effects
Magnetism and Plasmonics
Photo-emissive (nano-)materials
Supramolecular materials
Multiphoton processes and dynamics
Advanced data analysis and chemometrics


PROGRAM > LILLIAD from 09:00 to 22:00

PROGRAM > List of posters

  • P01 M. Ahmad - Penalty optimization in sparse deconvolution super-resolution Fluorescence images
    P02 H. Al Sabea - Association between photochromic (DTE), Lanthanide and Ruthenium carbon-rich complexes : toward multifunctional switchable systems
    P03 C. Allain - Difluoro-boron β-diketonate complexes: solid-state polymorphism and mechanofluorochromism
    P04 E. Barrez - Competitive photophysical processes on photochromic-fuorescent diarylethene molecules : impact of plasmonic field
    P05 R. Bevernaegie - Trifluoromethyl-Substituted Iridium(III) Complexes: From Photophysics to Photooxidation of a Biological Target
    P06 T.Y. Bing - Luminescence of tetra-nuclear Lanthanide (III) circular helicates
    P07 G. Bouteau - Photorechargeable battery electrode based on nanocrystalline anatase tio2
    P08 A. Brosseau - Correlated Fluorescence and AFM Microscopy to probe Nanomaterials with Mechanofluorochromic or Photochromic properties
    P09 E. Cassette - Ultrafast dynamics of excitons and charge carriers in semiconductor nanocrystals
    P10 M. Catherin - Covalent dimers of curcuminoid-bf2 dyes: synthesis, optical and photochemical properties
    P11 S. Cerfontaine - Converging energy transfer in polynuclear Ru(II) multiterpyridine complexes : significant enhancement of luminescent properties
    P12 R. Chouket - Resonant out-of-phase fluorescence microscopy and remote imaging overcome spectral limitations
    P13 J. Daniel - Bright and photostable fully-organic nanoparticles for multicolour single particle tracking
    P14 O. Devos - Photochemical multivariate curve resolution models for the investigation of photochromic systems under continuous irradiation
    P15 M.T. Do - Ultrafast spectroscopy and high spatial resolution Investigation of fluorescent perylenediimide nanoparticles
    P16 N. Fabre - Synthesis and investigation of photochromic-fluorescent nanosystems
    P17 G. Gallician - Preliminary studies of isolated nanoparticules relaxation dynamics: Tryptophane and NaCl
    P18 Y. Inagaki - Stepwise Two-Photon-induced Photochromism of Bisnaphthopyrans Showing Excitation Intensity-Dependent Coloration
    P19 R. Kihara - Fiber growth of copper phthalocyanine nanoparticles fabricated by ns-Laser irradiation in organic solvents
    P20 H. Kubo - Design and Synthesis of Highly Emissive Helicene Derivatives Showing Excellent Chiroptical Properties Based on the Control of Electronic Transitions
    P21 V. Kumar - Molecular based magnetic materials with possibility to control their magnetic properties via light irradiation
    P22 G. Laurent - Photochromic and plasmonic hybrids: A way to reversibly modulate surface plasmon properties
    P23 V. Maffeis
    P24 R. Mizutsu - Synthesis of photochromic molecules showing subsequent elimination reaction based on asymmetric terarylene
    P25 A. Moncomble - Effet of oxygen-by-sulfur exchange on desexcitation pathways in flavonols
    P26 T. Nakahama - Dependence of fluorescence On/Off switching properties of nanoparticles consisting of two types of diarylethenes on Förster distance and molar fraction
    P27 R. Nishimura - Phototunable Superhydrophobic Surface Mimicking the Lotus Leaf by Using Photochromic Diarylethene
    P28 N. Nobuhiko - STM observation of cooperative process of 2-D self assembly : influence of multidirectional interactions on domain size and shape
    P29 R. Sethy - Enantio-selective Energy transfer on the Chiral Nanofibers
    P30 K. Setoura - Switching of radiation pressure by means of photochromic reactions of naphtopyran derivatives
    P31 H. Sotome - Photocyclization reaction dynamics of an inverse diarylethene derivative as revealed by time-resolved absorption and fluorescence spectroscopies
    P32 D. Jani Thaviligadu - From the ground state to the excited states of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with DFT & TD-DFT
    P33 A. Tokunaga - Thermal-Photo Switching of the Bond-Breaking Reaction of a Biphotochromic Molecule
    P34 L. Uriarte
    P35 B. Amouroux - Solvothermal preparation of ultrasmall monodisperse hexagonal upconverting nanoparticles : a microwave approach
    P36 E. Ishow - Molecular and hybrid functional nanomaterials for bioimaging and data storage

PROGRAM > CERLA from 09:30 to 18:00