For more than 50 years, the SECO has aimed to gather young researchers in a friendly meeting.
The event consists of short presentations of 10 minutes given by every Ph.D. student outlining their research, and plenary lectures given by invited academic and industrial researchers. Lectures, free time, and meals allow students and senior researchers to get in contact more easily in order to promote fruitful exchanges.
- Olivier Baudoin, University of Basel, Switzerland
- Cédric Couturier, Evotec, Lyon, France
- Valérie Heitz, University of Strasbourg, France
(Multifunctional Molecular Assembly synthesis)
- Mohamed Mellah, University of Paris-Saclay, France
- Joelle Prunet, University of Glasgow,Scotland
- Pauline Rullière, Solvionic, Toulouse, France
- Alexandre Specht, University of Strasbourg, France
(Molecular Chemistry and Neurobiology)
The event is sponsored by Chemistry Europe