22-24 November 2023
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, Portugal
22-24 November 2023
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, Portugal

24th November

PL3 - Vanadium-proteins. Structure, binding, characterization and biological implications – Eugenio Garribba 

IL9 - Mechanism of the Reductive Activation of O2 to O22- from a Vanadium(IV) Species and Its Potential Use in Fuel Cells – Anastasios Keramidas 

OL14 - Protein metalation by vanadium compounds: structural studies - Antonello Merlino 

OL15 - Vanadium-based catalyst design guidelines using an explainable Machine Learning model for predicting epoxidation yields - José Ferraz-Caetano 

IL10 - Oxidovanadium(V) complexes as reusable catalysts – Manas Sutradhar

OL16 - Increasing Temperature Sensitivity for 51V NMR Thermometers through Ligand-to-Metal Charge Transfer - Andrew Bates 

OL17 - Oxidovanadium(IV) complexes containing 8-hydroxyquinoline Schiff bases – synthesis, characterization and biological screening – Leonor Côrte-Real 

OL18 - A comparative study of vanadium extraction from different concentrates by the salt roast-water leach process - Rorie Gilligan

IL11- Adventures in vanadium coordination chemistry with the Kläui ligand - Craig C. McLauchlan 

OL19 - Electronic properties of polyoxovanadoborates and alkoxylated polyoxovanadates - Diego Venegas-Yazigi 

OL20 - Synthesis of Functionalized Bottlebrush Polymers by Cis-specific Metathesis Polymerization by Vanadium-Alkylidene Catalysts - Kanticha Jaiyen

OL21 - Alkali and alkaline-earth metal polyoxovanadates - Yoshihito Hayashi 

IL12- Understanding Polyoxometalate Speciation in Buffered Solutions: A Focus on Decavanadate – Annette Rompel

IL13- Technical Challenges for USEPA’s Assessment of Vanadium and Its Compounds - David White - VANITEC