International Symposium on Fluorous Technology 2013 - June 2 – 5, 2013 - Budapest, Hungary
Thursday, 21 June 2018
Themes & Speakers



  • Synthesis of Fluorous Compounds and Fluorous Materials
  • Structural, Physical, and Chemical Properties of Fluorous Compounds
  • Computational Fluorous Chemistry
  • Chemical and Biological Applications of Fluorous Reagents and Catalysts
  • Environmental Aspects of Fluorous Chemistry
  • Fluorous Analysis, Diagnostics and Molecular Medicine



Plenary Speakers
E.G. Hope Eric G. Hope
(Department of Chemistry University of Leicester, UK)
’Adventures in Fluorous Chemistry: Dabbling in Catalysis’
P Metrangolo Pierangelo Metrangolo
(Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
'Fluorous Supramolecular Chemistry with Halogen Bonding'
Dedicated to Professor Giulio Natta on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the award of the Nobel Prize.
I T Horvath István T. Horváth
(City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
’Sustainability of Fluorous Chemistry’

Invited speakers
Bruce Yu Yihua Bruce Yu
(University of Maryland, USA)
‘Developing Fluorinated Dendrimers for 19F Magnetic Resonance Imaging’
Dedicated to Professor Hsien Wu, a pioneer of protein folding research.
J.A. Gladysz John A Gladysz
(Texas A&M University, USA)
‘Polar Polycations and Polyanions in Fluorous Media’
Dedicated to Professor Eugene E. van Tamelen
Jaroslav Kvičala Jaroslav Kvičala
(Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague, CZ)
‘Perfluoropolyether-Based Ponytails as a Key Motif in Fluorous Ligands’
Dedicated to Professor Milos Hudlický
Hideo Sawada Hideo Sawada
(Hirosaki University, JP)
‘Encapsulation of Guest Molecules Such as Silica Nanoparticles and Ketones into Fluoroalkyl End-Capped Oligomeric Aggregates Cores’

Tutorial Speakers
Rozen Shlomo Rozen -Tel Aviv University, Israel
'Elemental Fluorine – One of the Most Versatile Reagents in Organic Chemistry'
Dedicated to Professor Sir Derek Barton
J.A. Gladysz John A. Gladysz -Texas A&M University
‘Basic Principles of Fluorous Chemistry’
Dedicated to Professor Eugene E. van Tamelen
Haufe Günter Haufe - University of Münster
‘Organofluorine Chemistry at the Borderline of Synthetic Methodology and Biomedical Application’
Thrasher  Joseph S. Thrasher - Clemson University
'Inorganic Fluorine Chemistry and Process Development for the Fluorochemical Industry'
Dedicated to Professor Alan F. Clifford
Soloshonok Vadim A. Soloshonok - University of the Basque Country/ IKERBASQUE,
Basque Foundation for Science- San Sebastian/Bilbao
‘Effect of fluorine on the self-disproportionation of enantiomers’
Dedicated to Professor Lev Yagupolskii – founder of fluorine chemistry in Ukraine