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Scientific Program

Tentative Program


The highly anticipated 22nd International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence (ISBC) & 20th International Symposium on Luminescence Spectrometry (ISLS) conferences are just around the corner, and they promise to be unforgettable! The conferences will be divided into four main sections - two in the morning and two in the afternoon, featuring a dynamic line-up of plenary, invited, keynote and regular speakers. With plenary lectures lasting an hour, invited speakers taking the stage for 30 minutes, keynote for 20 min and regular speakers giving lightning-fast 15-minute talks, there will be something for everyone. But that's not all! During coffee breaks or any time attendees need a breather, they can visit the sponsor's area, which is located close to the presentation rooms and poster exhibition area, including a display of Brazilian diversity of bioluminescent organisms and luminescence demonstrations, in a highly visible location. So don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to expand your knowledge, meet new people, and explore the cutting-edge research presented at the 22nd ISBC and 20th ISLS conferences!



Tentative sessions 


Fundamental of Chemiluminescence and Bioluminescence

1. Mechanisms of chemiluminescence and bioluminescence processes

2. Structure, function of luciferases and photoproteins

3. Origins and evolution of bioluminescence

4. Marine Bioluminescence

5. Terrestrial Bioluminescence

6. New Bioluminescent systems

7. Bioluminescence diversity, ecology and applications in conservation

 

Fundamental Luminescence spectrometry

8. Quantum dots, nanocrystals, and nano-structured luminescent materials

9. Optical spectroscopy of inorganic phosphors

10. Luminescence spectroscopy of macromolecules and biomolecules

11. Excited state dynamics and ultrafast processes

12.Theoretical modeling and computational methods for luminescence phenomena

13. Field-induced luminescence in organic and inorganic media, OLEDs, and LEDs

14. Photovoltaic and photocatalysis materials

 

 Applications of Luminescence

15. Novel capabilities in luminescence research (photodetection, spectroscopy, imaging, analysis)

16. Application of chemiluminescence and bioluminescence to nanomaterials

17. Analytical, clinical and medical applications of luminescence

18. Environmental applications of luminescence

19. Luminescent materials for imaging, sensors and theranostics

20. Luminescence in education


Confirmed Speakers


Plenary Speakers

Yoshihiro Ohmiya (Nat. Inst. Advanced Science & Technology, Tsukuba, Japan)

Bioluminescence of marine-firefly, Ostracods – from biology to biotechnology

Pimchai Chaien (VISTEC, Thailand):

Engineering and biocatalysis of luciferases and related systems for sustainability

John Capobianco (Concordia University, Canada)

LiYF4 a shining diamond: with diverse

applications

Maria Rute Ferreira (University of Aveiro, Portugal)

Luminescence as tool for 'Photonics enabling digital transition through luminescence'

      

Invited Speakers


ISBC

Aldo Roda (UNIBO, Italy):

The niche role of analytical bio-chemiluminescence for planetary health

Hua Cui (University of Science and Technology of China):

A chemical timer approach to delayed chemiluminescence

Isabelle Navizet (Univ. Gustave Eiffel, France):

The influence of the environment on the color of bioluminescent systems : a modelling approach

Jerome Mallefet (Univ. Louvre, Belgium):

Always look at new luminous species; you never know what to find!

Josef W. Baader (USP, Brazil):

General chemiexcitation mechanism in cyclic peroxide decomposition: singlet excitation efficiency

Shimshon Belkin (Hebreum Univ, Israel):

An autonomous bioluminescent bacterial biosensor module for outdoor sensor networks

Sylvia Daunert (Miami University):

Harnessing Bioluminescence as a Tool in Translational Science

Alexei Trofimov (Russian Acad. Sci, Russia):

Oxy-chemiluminescence: New facets, mechanistic insights and kinetic intricacies


ISLS

Alok Srivastava (Current Chemicals, Cleveland, USA)

Andries Meijerink (University of Utrecht, The Netherlands)

Cooperative Processes in Lanthanide Luminescence

Claudia Wickleder (University of Siegen, Germany)

Luminescent Properties of Uncommon Divalent Lanthanides – Interesting Spectroscopic Features and Promising Candidates for Applications

Jose Costa-Fernandez (University of Oviedo, Spain)

Multifunctional metal-doped photoluminescent nanoparticles as promising nanotools for targeted bioimaging and food safety control

Luís D. Carlos (University of Aveiro, Portugal)

Paula Gawryszewska (University of Wroclaw, Poland)

Xian Qin (Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou,China)

Valentina Utochnikova (Lomonosov Moscow State University)

Lanthanide coordination compounds for high-temperature luminescent thermometry  


Key-note Speakers


ISBC

Alexander Lippert (Southern Methodist University, USA): 

Chemiluminescent 1,2-Dioxetanes for Molecular Imaging in Cells and Whole Animals

Cassius Stevani (USP, Brazil): History, mechanism, biochemistry and applications of fungal bioluminescence

Cristiana Caliceti (Univ. Bologna, Italy):

Bioluminescence for the Screening of Colon Cancer: the role of Notch signaling and the gut microbiota

Danilo Amaral (UFABC, Brazil):

Unveiling the Richness and Ecological Significance of Bioluminescent Lifeforms in Brazil

Elisa Michelini (Univ. Bologna, Italy):

Bioluminescence biosensing platforms for One Health: from paper sensors to thread-based analytical devices

Fernando Bortoloni (USP, Brazil)

Linear free-energy relationships in the context of studying chemiluminescence mechanims

Kazuki Niwa (AIST, Japan):

Absolute light measurement for the investigation of bioluminescence quantum yield and standardization of bioanalysis instruments

Laura Mezzanotte (Erasmus, Netherlands): Multicolor bioluminescence imaging across scales: novel tools and developments

Mara Mirasoli (Univ. Bologna, Italy):

Portable chemiluminescence biosensors for space lifescience and astrobiology applications

Saman Hosseinkhnai (Modares Univ.Terã):

Firefly luciferase implication in discrimination of programed cell death modalities.

Sapna Deo (Univ. Miami, USA):

Bioluminescence in Point-of-Care Diagnostics

Stefan Schramm (University of Applied Sciences, Germany):

Solid State Chemiluminescence and Bioluminescence - Current State and Future Directions

Sulivan Jouanneau (Univ. Nantes, France):

Fluorescent microbial biosensor for environmental monitoring

Yuki Ohmuro-Matsuyama (Shimadzu Co, Japan):

Development and improvement of the smallest luciferase

 

ISLS

·        Andréa Camargo (Friedrich-Schiller University, Germany)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Andrew Monkman (Durham University, Durham, UK)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Beate Saegesser (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Claudia Wickleder (University of Siegen, Germany)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Eugeniusz Zych (University of Wroclaw, Poland)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Marco Bettinelli (University of Verona, Italy)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Marco Cremona (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Mikhail Brik (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Miroslav Dramićanin (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Mundalapudi L. P. Reddy (National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology-NIIST- India)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Albano Carneiro Neto (University of Aveiro, Portugal)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Rogéria Gonçalves (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Sidney Ribeiro (State University of São Paulo, Brazil)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Valentina Utochnikova (Lomonosov Moscow State University)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Verônica Teixeira (Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM) Brazil)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Wieslaw Stręk (Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, - Poland)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

·        Stefan Lis (Faculty of Chemistry, Adam Mickiewicz Poznan, Poland)

Title of the seminar: to be confirmed

 

Instructions for Presentations

Total time allowed for oral contributions (including questions) is: 45 minutes for Plenary lectures, 30 minutes for Invited lectures, 20 minutes for Keynote lectures and 15 minutes for oral presentations.

Each room will be equipped with a computer and an LCD projector.

All presenters are requested to upload their presentation files at least during the break before the session in which presentation is scheduled.

Please arrive at your session room at least 15 minutes before your session starts to meet the chairs and to re-confirm our presentation slides.

Poster session will take place in the “Pavilhão B” of Bourbon Cataratas Hotel.

Dimensions of Display Board is 120 cm width by 200 cm high. The poster ID number will be mounted on the top of the board.

The recommended poster size is A0.

Posters must be allocated in the boards before the 10:30 h of the scheduled day and removed at the end of each session.


The Prizes


The Marle DeLuca Prize

As in the previous ISBC meetings, Berthold Co will award three prizes of U$ 500 for the three best young researcher´s presentations. To be elegible, the candidate must be under 35 years by the time of the meeting. The prize was created for young promising researchers in hommage to the scientist Marlene Deluca for her pioneering work on bioluminescence.


Chemosensors Prize

Chemosensors (MDPI) will award a prize of CHF 200 for the best presentation to young researcher.To be elegible, the candidate must be under 35 years by the time of the meeting.


Hastings & Wilson Prize for the best Bioluminescence pictures

This prize was created in 2016 in hommage to the the XX century scientists and coworkers, John Woodland Hastings and Thérèse Wilson (Harvard University), for their pioneering works on bioluminescent systems and chemiluminescent reactions, respectively. The prizes of U$ 200 and U$ 100 will be awarded to the two best pictures on bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence.

Monday, June 03, 2024

2:00 pm - 7:00 pm

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION

Tuesday, June 04, 2024

8:00 am - 8:30 am

ROOM 1

OPENING CERIMONY

OPENING CERIMONY
9:00 am - 10:00 am

ROOM 1

PLENARY LECTURE 1

PLENARY LECTURE 1 (50 min P + 10 min Q)
10:00 am - 10:30 am

Coffe Break (poster stands and slots/booth for the sponsors)

Coffe Break (poster stands and slots/booth for the sponsors)
10:30 am - 11:00 am

ROOM ISBC

SECTION 1 - ISBC - Invited 1

Invited 1 (30 min)
10:30 am - 11:00 am

ROOM ISLS

SECTION 1 - ISLS - Invited 1

Invited 1 (30 min)
11:00 am - 11:20 am

ROOM ISBC

Keynote 1

Keynote 1
11:00 am - 11:20 am

ROOM ISLS

Keynote 1

Keynote 1
11:20 am - 11:40 am

ROOM ISBC

Keynote 2

Keynote 2
11:20 am - 11:40 am

ROOM ISLS

Keynote 2

Keynote 2
11:40 am - 11:55 am

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 1

ORAL PRESENTATION 1
11:40 am - 11:55 am

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 1

ORAL PRESENTATION 1
11:55 am - 12:10 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 2

ORAL PRESENTATION 2
11:55 am - 12:10 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 2

ORAL PRESENTATION 2
12:10 pm - 12:25 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 3

ORAL PRESENTATION 3
12:10 pm - 12:25 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 3

ORAL PRESENTATION 3
12:40 pm - 2:00 pm

LUNCH

LUNCH
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

ROOM ISBC

Invited 2

Invited 2
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

ROOM ISLS

Invited 2

Invited 2
2:30 pm - 2:50 pm

ROOM ISBC

Keynote 3

Keynote 3
2:30 pm - 2:50 pm

ROOM ISLS

Keynote 3

Keynote 3
2:50 pm - 3:10 pm

ROOM ISBC

Keynote 4

Keynote 4
2:50 pm - 3:10 pm

ROOM ISLS

Keynote 4

Keynote 4
3:10 pm - 3:25 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 4

ORAL PRESENTATION 4
3:10 pm - 3:25 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 4

ORAL PRESENTATION 4
3:25 pm - 3:40 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 5

ORAL PRESENTATION 5
3:25 pm - 3:40 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 5

ORAL PRESENTATION 5
3:40 pm - 3:55 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 6

ORAL PRESENTATION 6
3:40 pm - 3:55 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 6

ORAL PRESENTATION 6
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

ROOM ISBC

Invited 3

Invited 3
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

ROOM ISLS

Invited 3

Invited 3
4:30 pm - 4:50 pm

ROOM ISBC

Keynote 5

Keynote 5
4:30 pm - 4:50 pm

ROOM ISLS

Keynote 5

Keynote 5
4:50 pm - 5:10 pm

ROOM ISBC

Keynote 6

Keynote 6
4:50 pm - 5:10 pm

ROOM ISLS

Keynote 6

Keynote 6
5:10 pm - 5:25 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 7

ORAL PRESENTATION 7
5:10 pm - 5:25 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 7

ORAL PRESENTATION 7
5:25 pm - 5:40 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 8

ORAL PRESENTATION 8
5:25 pm - 5:40 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 8

ORAL PRESENTATION 8
5:40 pm - 5:55 pm

ROOM ISBC

ORAL PRESENTATION 9

ORAL PRESENTATION 9
5:40 pm - 5:55 pm

ROOM ISLS

ORAL PRESENTATION 9

ORAL PRESENTATION 9
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Poster/Coffe Break

(poster stands and slots/booth for the sponsors)
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

WELCOME COCKTAIL

WELCOME COCKTAIL
Remember that in order to participate in any course, you must be registered for the 22nd ISBC & 20th ISLS.