European Symposium on Organic Chemistry (ESOC 2021)

  • Author/Organiser: Johan Van der Eycken and Erik Van der Eycken
  • Event Website: https://www.esoc2021.org/
  • Event Date: 05 July 2021 to 06 July 2021
  • Event Type: Online Conference
  • Venue: online

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This conference aims to bring together scientists from Europe and other parts of the world to share their interests in the field of organic chemistry at large. The program will be designed to attract organic chemists both from academia and industry.


This virtual edition have four sessions, with three invited plenary speakers, the lecture of the Winner of the "Young Investigator Award 2019" by the EuCheMS Division of Organic Chemistry, and the lecture of the Margaret Faul Women in Chemistry Award 2021. A large number of oral communications selected from submitted abstracts will allow active participation of the young chemists. All participants will also be invited to participate in the virtual poster session which will be open all day, together with the virtual exhibition hall. Several opportunities to exchange will allow to create interaction between symposium participants.


Plenary Speakers

  • Prof. Cathleen CRUDDEN, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, Kingston, Canada
    Novel Methods for Enantioselective and Enantiospecific Cross Coupling Reactions
  • Prof. Tanja GULDER, UNIVERSITY OF LEIPZIG, Leipzig, Germany
    Harnessing Fluorine as Directing Tool in Organic Synthesis
  • Prof. Corinna SCHINDLER, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Ann Arbor, United States
  • Prof. Marcos G. SUERO, ICIQ, Tarragona, Spain
    Winner of the "Young Investigator Award 2019" by the EuCheMS Division of Organic Chemistry
    New Carbene & Carbyne Transfer in Organic Synthesis

 

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