International Symposium on Synthesis and Catalysis 2021 (ISySyCat2021)

  • Author/Organiser: Anthony Burke, University of Évora, Portugal
  • Event Website: https://isysycat2021.events.chemistry.pt/
  • Event Date: 31 August 2021 to 03 September 2021
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Évora, Portugal

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The conference will focus on key topics in contemporary organic, organometallic, polymer synthesis and catalysis, which are of relevance to both academic and industrial chemists alike. This is reflected in the topics that will bediscussed in the plenary lectures. The event focuses strongly on chemical synthesis with catalysis as one of the key enablers.


Topics

  • Total synthesis
  • Synthesis in Medicinal chemistry, chemical biology and materials science
  • New reagents, catalysts, strategies and concepts for organic synthesis
  • Biocatalysis in synthesis
  • Organocatalysis
  • Flow-chemistry approaches to the synthesis of key targets
  • Applications of organometallic compounds in synthesis and catalysis
  • Stereoselective synthesis
  • Synthesis and property of functional molecules and organic materials
  • Sustainable and Green synthetic and catalytic methods
  • Process development of key pharmaceutical targets
  • Computational tools for synthesis and catalysis
  • Polymer synthesis


Scientific Committee

  • Prof. Anthony Burke, University of Évora, Portugal (Conference Chairman)
  • Prof. Artur Silva, University of Aveiro, Portugal
  • Prof. Narcisso Garrido, University of Salamanca, Spain
  • Prof. Janine Cossy, ESPCI ParisTech, France
  • Dr. Martin Ernst, BASF, Germany
  • Prof. Francisco Alonso, Universidade de Alicante, Spain
  • Prof. Paula Branco, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
  • Prof. Maria Manuel Marques, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
  • Prof. Alex Szpilman, Ariel University, Israel
  • Dr. Stefan Mix, Almac, Northern Ireland
  • Dr. Hans-Jurgen Federsel, (ex-AstraZeneca, UK), Sweden

 

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