It is our pleasure to invite you to the 26th International Symposium on the Organic Chemistry of Sulfur (ISOCS-26) 2014, which is organised by the Istanbul Technical University (ITU) and will take place between 24 and 29 August 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey.
This symposium will consist of an informative and comprehensive scientific program, featuring oral and poster presentations and an exhibition. This will provide a unique opportunity to become familiar with the most recent advancements on the Organic Chemistry of Sulfur, including innovative synthetic and mechanicistic aspects of to stereochemistry, bio-organic and medicinal chemistry, catalysis, advanced materials, nanotechnology and environmental issues.
It has been the tradition of the ISOCS symposium series to select venues with unique features. For 2014, one of the most important cradles of human civilization will host ISOCS-26 in Istanbul. It is no exaggeration to describe Istanbul as one of the most beautiful cities in the world at the crossroads of civilizations. It is the bridge that connects the continents; East and West, located in the heart of the Old World.
- Theory, Mechanism and Stereochemistry
- Bio-organic and Medicinal Chemistry
- Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology,
- Jozef Drabowicz – Czestochowa/Lodz, Poland
- Richard Glass – Tucson, USA
- Mikhail Krayushkin – Moscow, Russia
- Stefano Menichetti – Florence, Italy
- Marian Mikolajczyk – Lodz, Poland
- Juzo Nakayama – Saitama, Japan
- Mogens B. Nielsen – Copenhagen, Denmark
- Stephane Perrio – Caen, France
- Jose Luis Garcia Ruano – Madrid, Spain
- Ernst Schaumann – Clausthal, Germany
All accepted abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstracts of the ISOCS-26 with an ISBN registration number which will be available at the symposium. Accepted symposium papers (plenary lectures, oral communications and poster presentations) will be considered to publish in a special issue of Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements.
Plenary and Invited lectures (max. 15 pages), oral communications (max. 4 pages) and poster graphical abstracts (1 page) will be published in a special issue of the journal “Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements”, following the Symposium. Registered participants will have perpetual online access of the complete proceedings of the Symposium published by Taylor and Francis. Detailed Instructions for Authors will be posted on the website of the Symposium. Authors are encouraged to submit full papers as a follow up to the communication of results presented at the Symposium.