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Lectures

1. Bio-inspired aerobic oxidation of alcohols catalysed by copper complexes (SYSU-HKU Symposium on Bioinorganic Chemistry, Guangzhou, China, September, 2017, Invited lecture)

2. Aerobic Oxidation of Alcohols by Cu(I) Systems under Mild Conditions (The 6th Asian Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Melbourne, Australia, July, 2017, Lecture)

3. Iron carbonyl complexes as carbon monoxide releasing molecules (CO-RMs) and their CO-releasing (Symposium of inorganic chemistry and chemical engineering for central-west region in 2017, Xi'an, April, 2017, Invited lecture)

4. Bio-inspired Oxidation of Alcohols Catalysed by Copper Complexes (The 8th Asian Bioinorganic Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, December, 2016, Lecture)

5. Iron-carbonyl complexes: from the mimics of [FeFe]-hydrogenase to CO-releasing molecules (CORMs) (Taishan academic forum, Qufu, November, 2016, Invited lecture)

6. Aerobic oxidation of alcohols into aldehydes by copper complexes catalytic system (The 13th National Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Shanghai, October, 2016, Invited lecture)

7. Iron Carbonyl Complexes and Their Potentials as CO-releasing Molecules (CORMs) (The 13th European Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference (EuroBIC-13), Budapest, Hungary, August, 2016, Lecture)

8. Electron Transfer Mechanism of Diiron-carbonyl Complexes Relevant to [FeFe]-hydrogenase (The 7th National Physical Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Beijing , May, 2016, Lecture)

9. Iron/copper complexes and their potential applications (The 9th National Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Nanchang, July, 2015, Invited lecture)

10. Exploring the potentials of iron carbonyl complexes as carbon monoxide (CO) releasing molecules (CO-RMs): releasing kinetics and cytotoxicity (The 16th International Conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Beijing, July, 2015, Invited lecture)

11. Exploring the potentials of iron carbonyl complexes as carbon monoxide (CO) releasing molecules (CO-RMs): releasing kinetics and cytotoxicity (The 16th International Conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry: Satellite meeting, Medicinal chemistry of bioinorganic drugs, Guilin, July, 2015, Poster)

12. Iron Carbonyl Complexes as Photo-induced CO-releasing Molecules (The 13th International Symposium on Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry (ISABC13), Ireland , June, 2015, Lecture)

13. Iron-carbonyl complexes: from the mimics of [FeFe]-hydrogenase to CO-releasing molecules (CORMs) (Symposium of inorganic chemistry and chemical engineering for central-west region in 2015, Guilin, April, 2015,Poster)

14. Polymeric Materials Functionalised by Diiron Mimics of [FeFe]-hydrogenase and Electrode Fabrication (The 10th International Symposium for Chinese Inorganic Chemists, Xiamen, December, 2014, Poster)

15. Using Iron Carbonyl Complexes as CO-Releasing Molecules (CO-RMs): Approaches for CO-releasing, Releasing Mechanisms and Cytotoxicity (The 7th Asian Bioinorganic Conference, Australia, November, 2014, Lecture)

16. Probing the Electron Transfer Mechanism of Diiron-carbonyl Complexes Relevant to the Diiron Sub-unit of [FeFe]-hydrogenase (The 12th European Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Switzerland, August, 2014, Lecture)

17. Advances in chemical mimic of [FeFe]-hydrogenase (The 6th Symposium on Developing Strategies for Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Guangzhou, April, 2014, Plenary lecture)

18. Using Iron-carbonyl Complexes as CO-RMs: Potentials, Releasing Mechanisms, Interactions with Biomolecules and Cytotoxicity (The 12th International Symposium on Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry, Guangzhou, December, 2013, Postor, Member of National Organising Committee, Session Chair)

19. Diiron Carbonyl Complexes as Potential CO-RMs: CO-releasing Kinetics, Interaction with Proteins and Plasmid DNA (The 16th International Conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry, France, July, 2013, Postor)

20. Bio-inspired polymeric materials functionalised with models for the diiron sub-unit of [FeFe]-hydrogenase (The?2nd?International?Symposium?of?Macromolecular?Chemistry?and?Materials, Chengdu, June, 2013, Invited lecture)

21. Diiron-carbonyl complexes: PCET mechanism and CO-RMs (Symposium of inorganic chemistry and chemical engineering for central-west region in 2013, Ji'an, April, 2013, Invited lecture)

22. Diiron carbonyl complexes: mimics of [FeFe]-hydrogenase and CO-releasing agents (The 6th Asian Bioinorganic Conference, Hong Kong, November, 2012, Lecture)

23. Bio-inspired membrane electrode assembled with electrospun-fibres for catalytic evolution of hydrogen in water (The Energy & Materials Research Conference, Spain, June, 2012, Lecture)

24. Polymers functionalised with iron-carbonyl complexes and [FeFe]-hydrogenase (The 11th National Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Baoding, September, 2011, invited lecture)

25. Iron-carbonyl complexes and [FeFe]-hydrogenase (Symposium of inorganic chemistry and chemical engineering for central-west region in 2011, Lanzhou, August, 2011, lecture)

26. Bio-inspired polymeric materials functionalised with models for the diiron sub-unit of [FeFe]-hydrogenase (First EuCheMS Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Manchester, Great Britain, April, 2011, lecture)

27. Bio-inspired polymeric materials functionalised with models for the diiron sub-unit of [FeFe]-hydrogenase ( the 2nd International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials, Strasbourg, France, March, 2011, lecture)

28. The mimics of [FeFe]-hydrogenase (Symposium of inorganic chemistry and chemical engineering for central-west region in 2010, Xining, August, 2010, lecture)

29. Synthetic Analogues of the Diiron Centre of [FeFe]-hydrogenase and Their Catalysis on Proton Reduction ( Inaugural (the 1st) International Conference on Molecular & Functional Catalysis, Singapore, July, 2010, invited lecture)

30. Synthetic Analogues for the Diiron Sub-unit of [FeFe]-hydrogenase and Fabrication of Electrocatalytic Electrodes (the 2nd Asian Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Nanjing, China, November, 2009, oral presentation)

31. Synthesis and Electrochemical Investigation of Model Complexes of [FeFe]-hydrogenase Containing Ferrocenyl Group(s) (the 16th International Symposium of Pure and Applied Coordination Chemistry, Liaocheng, China, October, 2009, invited lecture)

32. Mechanistic Investigations into the Proton Reduction Catalysed by Synthetic Analogues Related to the Sub-unit of [FeFe] -hydrogenase (the 10th National Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Xinxiang, April, 2009, Invited lecture)

33. From Modeling the Di-iron Sub-unit of [FeFe]-hydrogease to Fabricating Electrocatalytic Electrodes for Hydrogen Evolution (the IUMRS International Conference in Asia 2008, Nagoya, Japan, December, 2008, keynote lecture)

34. The Chemistry Inspired by [FeFe]- and [Fe]-hydrogenases (the 4th Asian Bioinorganic Conference, Jeju Island, Korea, November, 2008, invited lecture)

35. Synthesis and Characterisation of Iron-Sulfur-Carbonyl Complexes Related to the Iron Centres of Hydrogenases ( the 7th International Symposium for Chinese Inorganic Chemists (ISCIC-7), Shanghai, July, 2008, oral presentation)

36.
Bioinorganic modelling of the metal centre of [FeFe]- and [Fe]-hydrogenases (the 26th National Congress of Chemistry, the Society of Chinese Chemistry, Tianjin, July, 2008, oral presentation)

37. Hydrogenases: They are not all the same! (the 9th National Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Guiling, October, 2007, invited lecture)

38. Protonation Induced Vacant Sites in Iron-only Hydrogenase Model Compounds (the XIII International Conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Vienna, Austria, July, 2007, oral presentation)

39. Nature Inspired Synthetic Models for Iron-only Hydrogenase (University of Hong Kong; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, April-May, 2007, invited lecture)

40. Nature Inspired Synthetic Models for Iron-only Hydrogenase (Wuhan University, Huazhong Normal University, January, 2007, invited lecture)

41. Nature Inspired Synthetic Models for Iron-only Hydrogenase (Dalian University of Science and Technology, Dalian, December, 2006, invited lecture)

42. Inspiration from Nature — Model compounds for the active site of iron-only hydrogenase (the 3rd Asian Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference, Nanjing, China, October, 2006, oral presentation)

43. Towards the Synthesis of De Novo Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Evolution, —Inspirations from Iron-Only Hydrogenase (Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fujian, China, June, 2006, invited lecture)

44. Iron-only Hydrogenase and Synthesis of Novel Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Evolution (the 5th National Coordination Chemistry Conference of China & 8th National Biological Inorganic Chemistry Conference of China, Guangzhou, November, 2005, invited lecture)

45. Towards the Synthesis of De Novo Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Evolution (University of East Anglia, UK, November, 2005, invited lecture)

 


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