18th Ischia Advanced School of Organic Chemistry (IASOC 2018)

  • Author/Organiser: Silvana Pedatella
  • Event Website: http://www.iasoc.it/home/
  • Event Date: 22 September 2018 to 25 September 2018
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Naples, Italy

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The main focus of the event will be on "The Changing Landscapes of Organic Synthesis: Design, Methods, Targets". The most efficient strategies, the main targets currently pursued in the fields of life sciences and materials technology, new approaches to smart molecules and functional systems will be illustrated and debated, with ample space reserved for catalysis, supramolecular chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, (nano)technology-oriented synthesis, and molecular design.


Selected Speakers

  • Giovanni Appendino (Novara)
  • Frances H. Arnold (Pasadena)
  • Margaret Brimble (Auckland, NZ)
  • Carmen Galan (Bristol)
  • Stephen Hanessian (Montréal)
  • Eva Hevia (Glasgow)
  • Eric Jacobsen (Cambridge, USA)
  • Bruce H. Lipshutz (Santa Barbara)
  • Ruben Martin (Tarragona)
  • Paolo Melchiorre (Tarragona)
  • Klaus Müllen (Mainz)
  • Davide Ravelli (Pavia)
  • Magnus Rueping (Aachen)
  • Jean-Pierre Sauvage (Strasbourg)
  • Wiktor Szymanski (Groningen)
  • Nicholas Turner (Manchester)

 

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