2023 EurJOC Society Award Winners

2023 EurJOC Society Award Winners

Selected early-career awardees will present their excellent research published in the Chemistry Europe  European Journal of Organic Chemistry (EurJOC).

The Division of Organic Chemistry of each Chemistry Europe societies nominated the best paper by an early career researcher based in the related country that was published in 2022.



  • Camille Oger (France, University of Montpellier, France, EurJOC-DCO/SCF Awardee)
    Marine Lipid Metabolites – Total Synthesis and Applications
  • Francesca Cardano (University of Turin, Italy, EurJOC-DCO/SCI Awardee)
    Squaraine fluorophores: a structure-activity investigation in liposomes
  • Irene Bosque Martínez (University of Alicante, Spain, EurJOC- GEQOR/RSEQ Awardee)
    Oxidative Coupling of 4-Hydroxycoumarins with Quinoxalin-2(1H)-ones Induced by Visible Light under Aerobic Conditions
  • Adrián Gómez Suárez (Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany, EurJOC-Liebig-Vereinigung/GDCh Awardee)
    Synthesis of Fused Heterocyclic Scaffolds Enabled by Radical Chemistry
  • Constantinos Neochoritis (University of Crete, Greece, EurJOC-Association of Greek Chemists Awardee)
    Dibenzothiazepine-Based MCR Chemistry
  • Alexander Zhdanko (Belgium, EurJOC-KVCV & SRC Awardee):
    Coordination chemistry as part of mechanistic investigations in organic chemistry and catalysis
  • Zsolt Rapi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary, EurJOC-MKE Awardee):
    Carbohydrate-Based Crown Ethers in Asymmetric Syntheses
  • Thomas Boltje (University of Leiden, The Netherlands, EurJOC-KNCV Awardee):
    to be announced. 


The symposium will consist of 15-minute oral presentations by the awardees followed by Q&A sessions, and it will be hosted by the journal editors Anne Nijs and Leana Travaglini.

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