6th European Association of Chemical and Materials Societies (EuCheMS) Congress 2016 Seville

  • Conference Call
  • Wel­come to the 6th Euro­pean Asso­ci­a­tion of Chem­i­cal and Mate­ri­als Soci­eties (EuCheMS) Chem­istry Con­gress, the Euro­pean Chem­istry and Mol­e­c­u­lar Sci­ences’ con­ven­tion that will be held Sep­tem­ber 1115, 2016 in Seville, Spain. The Seville meet­ing, to be run by the National Asso­ci­a­tion of Span­ish Chemists (ANQUE), fol­lows very suc­cess­ful meet­ings in Prague (2012) and Istan­bul (2014). It is expected that around 2000 Chemists will be present for this excit­ing show­case of Euro­pean Chemistry.

    EuCheMS con­gresses are unique fora to fos­ter transna­tional exchange and col­lab­o­ra­tion, to encour­age dia­logue between the dif­fer­ent branches of chem­istry, to bring acad­e­mia, indus­try and deci­sion mak­ers together and to empha­size the impact of chem­istry and chem­i­cal research in our soci­ety. Spe­cial atten­tion is given to all activ­i­ties which help pro­mote careers of young scientists.

    A high level Sci­en­tific Com­mit­tee and a strongly com­mit­ted Organ­is­ing Com­mit­tee ensure the high­est pos­si­ble qual­ity of each con­gress. The sci­en­tific con­tri­bu­tions include 8 ple­nary lec­tures offered by top class world sci­en­tists and Nobel Lau­re­ates, over 100 invited speak­ers and around 2.000 sci­en­tific com­mu­ni­ca­tions which con­form a geo­graph­i­cally and the­mat­i­cally bal­anced pro­gram of excit­ing cut­ting edge chemistry.

    Ple­nary, Keynote, Invited and Con­tributed lec­tures will bring you up to date in all top­i­cal areas of mod­ern pure and applied Chem­istry and will be given by some of Europe and the world’s most dis­tin­guished Chemists. There will be large poster ses­sions, work­shops, espe­cially for younger peo­ple and plenty of time for net­work­ing, devel­op­ing con­tacts for col­lab­o­ra­tive research and grant appli­ca­tions, meet­ing with and mak­ing new friends as well for gen­eral discussion.

    There will be spe­cial ses­sions run by the very active and effec­tive Euro­pean Young Chemists Net­work, so we espe­cially encour­age younger Chemists to join us.

    Ple­nary Speakers

    Out­stand­ing speak­ers have already con­firmed their atten­dance. 5 Nobel Lau­re­ates will par­tic­i­pate in the Con­gress offer­ing ple­nary lec­tures. Ada Yonah, Richard Schrock, Aaron Ciechanover, Harold Kroto and Jean-​Marie Lehn will offer con­fer­ences at 6th EuChems. Avelino Corma, Spain’s most awarded chemist and recent Prince of Asturias award has also con­firmed his assis­tance and joins these spec­tac­u­lar group of ple­nary lecturers.

    • Avelino Corma2014 Prince of Asturias Award for Tech­ni­cal and Sci­en­tific Research, Spain
    • Ada Yonath – Nobel Prize in Chem­istry 2009, Israel
    • Richard R. Schrock – Nobel Prize in Chem­istry 2005, USA
    • Aaron Ciechanover – Nobel Prize in Chem­istry 2004, Israel
    • Harold Wal­ter Kroto – Nobel Prize in Chem­istry 1996, United Kingdom
    • Jean-​Marie Pierre Lehn – Nobel Prize in Chem­istry 1987, France
    • Gérad Férey – EuCheMS Lec­ture Award 2014, France
    • Janine Cossy – Lab­o­ra­toire de Chimie Organique ESPCI Paris­Tech, France
    • Roberta Ses­soli – Uni­ver­sity of Flo­rence, Italy
    • Ben Feringa – Uni­ver­sity of Gronin­gen, Netherlands

    Con­fer­ence Top­ics /​Call for Abstracts

    For each abstract sub­mit­ted, the pro­poser must spec­ify no more than one the­matic area and one topic that best describe the con­tents of the con­tri­bu­tion in order of rel­e­vance. The Sci­en­tific Com­mit­tee reserves the right to change the topic if deems it appropriate.

    Below are the the­matic areas, top­ics, sym­posia and workshops:

    Edu­ca­tion and Society

    • Chem­istry Education
    • Chem­istry, Soci­ety and Pub­lic Engagement
    • Ben­e­fits: Wealth Cre­ation and Society

    The Envi­ron­ment, Energy, and Sustainability

    • Sus­tain­able Energy
    • Envi­ron­ment and Nat­ural Resources Management
    • Sus­tain­able chemistry
    • Food Chem­istry

    New Chem­i­cal Com­pounds: Syn­the­sis, Meth­ods and Indus­trial Processes

    • Syn­the­sis and reac­tiv­ity in Metal based Compounds
    • Syn­the­sis and reac­tiv­ity in Car­bon based Compounds
    • Meth­ods and Mechanisms
    • Catal­y­sis in Solution

    Chem­istry in the Life Sciences

    • Drug Dis­cov­ery and Chem­i­cal Biology
    • Bio-​macromolecules
    • Meth­ods and Applications
    • In-​silico Meth­ods in Life Sciences

    Respon­si­ble R&I in Chem­i­cal Edu­ca­tion Workshop

    Catal­y­sis, Indus­try and Applications

    • Chem­istry in Industry
    • Indus­trial Processes for the 21st Century
    • Catal­y­sis at Interfaces

    Mate­ri­als, Devices and Nanochemistry

    • Mate­ri­als Chemistry
    • Nano­ma­te­ri­als, Devices, Tech­nol­ogy and applications
    • Ana­lyt­i­cal Tech­niques, Char­ac­ter­i­sa­tion and Properties
    • Car­bon Based Nanochemistry

    Prop­er­ties of Matter

    • States of Matter
    • Prop­er­ties of Materials
    • Poly­mers
    • Inno­v­a­tive Com­pu­ta­tional Envi­ron­ments for Mol­e­c­u­lar Science

    Phys­i­cal, Ana­lyt­i­cal and Exper­i­men­tal Meth­ods in Chemistry

    • Ana­lyt­i­cal and Phys­i­cal Methods
    • Deter­mi­na­tion of Struc­ture and Phys­i­cal Properties
    • Chem­i­cal Dynamics

    John Dal­ton 250th Anniver­sary Symposium

    (FLAQ) Symposium

    Sci­en­tific Committee

    • Peter Edwards – Chair – Cardiff Uni­ver­sity, UK
    • Car­los Negro – Rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the Organ­is­ing Com­mit­tee – Madrid Com­plutense Uni­ver­sity, ES
    • Deirdre Black – Royal Soci­ety of Chem­istry – UK
    • Fred­erique Back­aert – Pres­i­dent EYCN – Gent Uni­ver­sity, BE
    • Evan­gelia Varella – Theme: Edu­ca­tion and Soci­ety – Aris­to­tle Uni­ver­sity of Thes­sa­loniki & Past Chair of ECTN , GR
    • Inmac­u­lada Ortiz – Theme: The Envi­ron­ment Energy and Sus­tain­abil­ity – Uni­ver­sity of Cantabria, ES
    • Syl­viane Sabo-​Etienne – Theme: New Chem­i­cal Com­pounds: Syn­the­sis, Meth­ods and Indus­trial Processes – Lab­o­ra­toire de Chimie de Coor­di­na­tion, FR
    • Bob Tooze – Theme: Catal­y­sis, Indus­try and Appli­ca­tions – Sasol Chem­i­cal Sci­ences Scot­land, UK
    • Luisa De Cola – Theme: Mate­ri­als, Devices and Nanochem­istry – FR
    • Angela Agos­tiano – Theme: Prop­er­ties of Mat­ter – Uni­ver­sity of Bari, IT
    • Gun­ther Gauglitz – Theme: Phys­i­cal, Ana­lyt­i­cal and Exper­i­men­tal Meth­ods in Chem­istry – DE
    • Péter Mátyus – Theme: Chem­istry in the Life Sci­ences – Sem­mel­weis Uni­ver­sity, HU
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