15. Österreichische Chemietage

  • Author/Organiser: Gesellschaft Österreichischer Chemiker (GÖCh, Austrian Chemical Society) and Magyar Kémikusok Egyesülete (MKE, Hungarian Chemical Society)
  • Event Website: www.chemietage.at
  • Event Date: 23 September 2013 to 26 September 2013
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Graz, Austria
  • Associated Societies: Magyar Kémikusok Egyesülete (MKE), Hungary | Gesellschaft Österreichischer Chemiker (GÖCH), Austria

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Chemistry provides the essence of a dominating number of developments decisive for our future. To establish innovations in terms of sustainability, an intrinsic knowledge of molecular phenomena is essential. This comprises e.g. synthetic methodologies, materials, medical care, and energy storage. Solving these challenges affords contributions from all fields of chemistry. The Austrian Chemistry Days provide a lively forum for the communication in all areas of chemistry and chemical technologies. The program presents plenary lectures given by internationally recognized scientists, oral and poster presentations and time for discussion. Young chemists are particularly welcome to participate.

In the past the Austrian Chemistry Days had been organized in cooperation with the chemical societies of Slovakia, Slovenia, and the Czech Republic. Members of these societies are particularly welcome to participate. In 2013 this meeting will be shared with the Hungarian Chemical Society. As in recent years, the language of the conference will be English.

Scientific and Social Program

  • Monday, Sept. 23: Mini Symposia, Opening of the Exhibition, GÖCH General Assembly
  • Tuesday, Sept. 24: Mini Symposia, mygöch — career workshop, plenary lectures, short lectures and poster session, Chemistry Awards and Anton-Paar-Science Award
  • Wednesday, Sept. 25: Plenary lectures, short lectures, poster session and Poster Awards
  • Thursday, Sept. 26: Excursions to various companies, sightseeing tour
  • Friday, Sept. 27: Satellite Symposium for students — language is German — see www.chemietage.at


  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical Education
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Electrochemistry
  • Engineering and Microwave Chemistry
  • Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Materials Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Polymer Chemistry
  • Theoretical Chemistry

Plenary and Invited Lectures:

  • Prof. Dr. Hansjörg GRÜTZMACHER
    ETH Zürich, Switzerland
    Fun & Function with Organophosphorus Compounds
  • Prof. Dr. Péter HUSZTHY
    Budapest University of Technology & Economics, Hungary
    Synthesis and enantiomeric recognition ability of optically active crown ethers containing N-heterocyclic subunits
  • Prof. Ferenc KILÁR
    University of Pécs, Hungary
    Lipopolysaccharidomics - a challenge for analytical chemistry
  • Prof. Dr. Barbara KIRCHNER
    Universität Bonn, Germany
    Liquid, solvents and solvent effects. What can we learn from theory?
  • Prof. Dr. Heinrich LANG
    Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
    New Materials and Chemistry: Small Molecules - Great Progress
  • Dr. Tobias MADL
    Technical University of Munich and Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany
    Order to protein disorder!
  • Christian ROTH
    MERCK Millipore, Germany
    More Safety and Convenience for daily lab work - Sophisticated packaging for Inorganic Reagents
  • Prof. John Ernest WALKER
    University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Elucidation of the Enzymatic Mechanism Underlying the Synthesis of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)

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