15th International Symposium on Novel Aromatic Compounds (ISNA-15)

  • Author/Organiser: Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University
  • Event Website: http://www.isna15.org/
  • Event Date: 28 July 2013 to 02 August 2013
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Teipei, Taiwan
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This symposium provides a forum for discussion and interaction among various communities connected to aromatic compounds and pi-conjugated systems. The ISNA series was established in 1970 as the International Symposium on Nonbenzenoid Aromatic Compounds. The name and the focus has changed as the chemistry of aromatic molecules has evolved. It now covers current research in aromatic chemistry, including advancing molecular and supramolecular synthesis, understanding how structure controls properties, and developing applications in electronics, biology, and other fields.



The scientific program includes the Nozoe Memorial Lecture, invited lectures, oral communications, and poster presentations.


The Nozoe Memorial Lecture celebrates the life and work of Japanese chemist Tetsuo Nozoe (1902–1996), one of the pioneers of nonbenzenoid aromatic chemistry. The 2013 Nozoe Lecturer is Andrew Holmes, University of Melbourne, Australia.

The 5th segment of the Nozoe Autograph Books was recently published and covers the original ISNA meeting held in Sendai, Japan, in 1970, along with an Essay by Koji Nakanishi.

For more information on Nozoe's autograph books see:

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