Optical and electronic properties of 3-coordinate organoboron compounds including applications in mitochondrial imaging in live cells

Todd B. Marder

Institute for Sustainable Chemistry & Catalysis with Boron and Institute for Inorganic Chemistry, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

Todd Marder obtained his BSc from M.I.T. and PhD from UCLA (Regents Fellow). He was a postdoc in Bristol (UK), a Visiting Scientist at DuPont and then professor at University of Waterloo, Canada, Chair of Inorganic Chemistry at Durham University, (UK) and, since 2012, Chair of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Würzburg, Germany. Honors include: Rutherford Memorial Medal for Chemistry (Royal Society of Canada), RSC (UK) Awards in Main Group and Organometallic Chemistry, JSPS Fellowship, Humboldt Research Award, membership in the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, Visiting Professorships in the UK, France, Hong Kong, mainland China, Japan, India and Australia.

Abstract

Three-coordinate organoboranes possess an empty p-orbital at the boron center and can display interesting photophysical behavior due to their strong π-acceptor properties making them suitable for many applications in... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Todd B. Marder (Institute for Sustainable Chemistry & Catalysis with Boron and Institute for Inorganic Chemistry, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)

Topic Areas

B - Materials science: polymers, thin films, nanopowders, ceramics, crystals, composites e , B - Bioinorganic chemistry and application in medicine , B - Energy, conversion & storage , B - Optical, electrical and magnetic properties , B - Advanced synthesis and characterization

Session

PL1b » Plenary Speeches (10:45 - Monday, 3rd July, Amphitheater)