O 14º Encontro de Química Física irá realizar-se em Coimbra, de 29-31 de março de 2021. Organizado sob os auspícios da Divisão de Química Física da Sociedade Portuguesa de Química (SPQ), este Encontro tem como principal objetivo reunir os investigadores de todas as áreas da Química Física, de modo a promover a discussão em torno dos mais recentes avanços neste domínio, com especial destaque para os trabalhos desenvolvidos pela comunidade científica nacional. Paralelamente a este evento, no dia 29 irá realizar-se o III Simpósio de Química Computacional.


The 14th Meeting of Physical Chemistry will be held in Coimbra from March 29-31, 2021. Organized under the auspices of the Division of Physical Chemistry of the Portuguese Chemistry Society (SPQ), the main objective of this meeting is to bring together researchers from all areas of Physical Chemistry, in order to promote the discussion about the latest advances in this field, with special emphasis on the work developed by the national scientific community. Parallel to this event, on the 29th will be held the III Symposium of Computational Chemistry.



Organizador/organizer


Jorge Manuel Campos Marques
Presidente da Divisão de Química Física da SPQ

Committees

Organizing Committee

Artur Valente (Universidade de Coimbra)
Daniel Santos (Universidade do Porto)
Ermelinda Eusébio (Universidade de Coimbra)
João Brandão (Universidade do Algarve)
João Pina (Universidade de Coimbra)
Jorge Marques (Universidade de Coimbra)
José Richard Gomes (Universidade de Aveiro)
Manuel Minas da Piedade (Universidade de Lisboa)
Mário Rosado (Universidade de Coimbra)
Paulo Abreu (Universidade de Coimbra)
Sandra Nunes (Universidade de Coimbra)
Sérgio Rodrigues (Universidade de Coimbra)

Scientific Committee

Alberto Pais (Univ. Coimbra)
Fernando Pina (Univ. Nova de Lisboa)
Filomena Martins (Univ. Lisboa)
João Paulo Ramalho (Univ. Évora)
Manuela Silva (Univ. Minho)
Mara Freire (Univ. Aveiro)
Maria das Dores Ribeiro da Silva (Univ. Porto)
Mário Nuno Berberan Santos (IST, Univ. Lisboa)
Rui Borges dos Santos (Univ. Algarve)
Rui Fausto (Univ. Coimbra)
Tito Trindade (Univ. Aveiro)

Registration

before February 28th, 2021 (€) after February 28th, 2021 (€)
SPQ members * non-member SPQ members * non-members
Normal (3 days) 200 230 230 260
Computational Chemistry Symposium (1 day) 100 120 130 150
PhD students ** (3 days) 120 150 150 180
Other students ** (3 days, without congress dinner) 50 80 80 110

Unless mentioned, the above options include:

  • Access to all Networking and Conference Sessions
  • Conference material (Welcome Bag, USB flash with the Proceedings Book, other information and materials)
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Invitation to the Congress Dinner and Social Program

* With subscription up to date
** Students should present a supervisor's declaration.

Payment Information

Bank Transfer

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    Bank: Millennium BCP (Lisboa, Pt)
    IBAN: PT50 0033 0000 4534 5670 6780 5
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Credit Card
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Cancellation and Refund

  • For any cancellation received until 28 February, less an administrative fee equal to 10 percent of your registration fee (in EUR)
  • For any cancellation received after 28 February, no refund will be made
  • All bank charges involved in the transactions are paid by the participant
  • Any request for refund must be addressed to 14enqf@chemistry.pt
  • Refunds will be handled after the Conference


Registration Form Personal Area after registration Steps for registration Plenary and Invited Lectures only by invitation.

Scientific Program

Plenary Lectures:

PL6-31mar 17h:35m – ChemPubSoc Europe lecture Daniel Brandell (Uppsala Universitet)
Challenges for Li-Battery Polymer Electrolytes - Ion Transport, Electrochemical Stability and Predictabiliy of Soft Matter


PL3-30mar 9h:15m Eduardo Filipe (Universidade de Lisboa)
Fluorinated Soft Matter
PL1-29mar 9h:15m Manuel Yáñez (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
An overview of the rich chemistry of electron-deficient compounds
PL2-29mar 14h:00m Margarida Bastos (Universidade do Porto)
Antimicrobial peptides: a multi-method approach for the development of new antibiotics
PL4-31mar 9h:15m Sérgio Seixas de Melo (Universidade de Coimbra)
Photophysics and Photochemistry in Molecules
PL5-31mar 14h:00m Verónica Bermudez (Univ. Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro)
(Super)hydrophobic coatings inspired in the surface of plants leaves. The roles of chemistry and physics

Invited Lectures:

IL5-31mar 11h:30m Carlos Bernardes (Universidade de Lisboa)
Rationalization of crystallization processes by looking to the organization of molecules in solution
IL4-30mar 11h:30m Cláudio Nunes (Universidade de Coimbra)
Molecular Manipulations under Cryogenic Conditions Controlled by Infrared Vibrational Excitation
IL2-29mar 16h:15m< i class="fa fa-user"> Helena Nogueira (Universidade de Aveiro)
SERS studies for biodetection using hybrid nanostructures
IL3-30mar 10h:00m Nuno Basílio (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
From micro to picomolar affinity: photoactive host-guest complexes with ultrahigh stability in aqueous solution
IL1-29mar 11h:30m Miguel Jorge (University of Strathclyde)
Accounting for polarization in non-polarizable force fields
29 mar
Monday
30 mar
Tuesday
31 mar
Wednesday
9:00 Opening Session
9:15 Plenary Lectures
PL1 Manuel Yáñez
(Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
An overview of the rich chemistry of electron-deficient compounds
Plenary Lectures
PL3 Eduardo Filipe
(Universidade de Lisboa)
Fluorinated Soft Matter
Plenary Lectures
PL4 Sérgio Seixas de Melo
(Universidade de Coimbra)
Photophysics and Photochemistry in Molecules
10:00 Oral Communications IL3 Nuno Basílio
(Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
From micro to picomolar affinity: photoactive host-guest complexes with ultrahigh stability in aqueous solution
Oral Communications
11:00 Coffee-Breaks
11:30 IL1 Miguel Jorge
(University of Strathclyde)
Accounting for polarization in non-polarizable force fields
IL4 Cláudio Nunes
(Universidade de Coimbra)
Molecular Manipulations under Cryogenic Conditions Controlled by Infrared Vibrational Excitation
IL5 Carlos Bernardes
(Universidade de Lisboa)
Rationalization of crystallization processes by looking to the organization of molecules in solution
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Plenary lecture
PL2 Margarida Bastos
(Universidade do Porto)
Antimicrobial peptides: a multi-method approach for the development of new antibiotics
Social Programme Plenary Lectures
PL5 Verónica Bermudez
(Univ. Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro)
(Super)hydrophobic coatings inspired in the surface of plants leaves. The roles of chemistry and physics
14:45 Oral Communication Oral Communication
15:45 Coffee-Breaks Coffee-Breaks
16:15 IL2 Helena Nogueira
(Universidade de Aveiro)
SERS studies for biodetection using hybrid nanostructures
Posters
16:55 Oral Communications
17:35 Plenary Lectures
PL6 – ChemPubSoc Europe lecture
Daniel Brandell
(Uppsala Universitet)
Challenges for Li-Battery Polymer Electrolytes - Ion Transport, Electrochemical Stability and Predictabiliy of Soft Matter
17:55 Beer-party/Posters
18:20 Closing
19:30 Congress dinner

Abstract submission

Abstract submission for contributions of the conference participants in the field of Physical Chemistry is now open. The responsible author should be a registered participant and the preference for oral communication (subject to selection due to limited time slot availability) or poster should be clearly indicated.
Please use one of the abstract templates we provide. You can choose between OpenDocument (LibreOffice) or Microsoft Word (Microsoft Office) template formats. Follow the instructions in the template.
Confirmation of abstract acceptance will be sent to you later.

Abstract submission: January 31, 2021


Accommodation

Coimbra is an important tourist destination and has a wide range of accommodation options. For guidance, the following map suggests some places to stay in the city, without any affiliation to the the conference organization.

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