Ischia Advanced School of Organic Chemistry (IASOC 2014)

  • Author/Organiser: Italian Chemical Society, Division of Organic Chemistry
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  • Event Date: 21 September 2014 to 25 September 2014
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Albergo della Regina Isabella, Lacco Ameno, Ischia, Italy
  • Associated Societies: Società Chimica Italiana (SCI), Italy

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The focus will be on “Nature-Inspired Organic Chemistry: Products, Processes, Functions”, which will encompass both established and emerging areas of research at the cutting-edge of organic chemistry inspired by nature and its principles.

Key Topics

  • catalysis,
  • supramolecular chemistry,
  • bioorganic chemistry,
  • diversitiy-oriented synthesis, and
  • medicinal chemistry.

The most efficient strategies, the main targets currently pursued in the fields of life sciences and materials technology, and new approaches to smart molecules and functional systems will be illustrated and debated in a lively and informal atmosphere.

The scientific programme will consist of lessons delivered by acclaimed scientists from academia and industry, poster sessions, workshops and open sessions. Moreover, additional educational opportunities are offered to attendees through several informal interactions with the speakers throughout the four-day programme.

Confirmed Lecturers

  • Andrew J. Wilson (Leeds, UK)
  • Herbert Waldmann (Dortmund, Germany)
  • Takashi Ooi (Nagoya, Japan)
  • Ei-ichi Negishi (West Lafayette, USA)
  • Claus Jacob (Saarbrücken, Germany)
  • Syuzanna Harutyunyan (Groningen, The Netherlands)
  • Stephen Hanessian (Montréal, Canada)
  • Justin Dubois (Stanford, USA)
  • Darren J. Dixon (Oxford, UK)
  • Thomas Carrel (München, Germany)
  • Mercedes Amat (Barcelona, Spain)

International Advisory Board

  • R. Caputo (Napoli, Italy)
  • A. M. Echavarren (Tarragona, Spain)
  • S. Florio (Bari, Italy)
  • A. Fürstner (Mülheim, Germany)
  • C. Gennari (Milano, Italy)
  • R.H. Grubbs (Pasadena, USA)
  • S. Hanessian (Montréal, Canada)
  • M. Prato (Trieste, Italy)
  • R. J. K. Taylor (York, UK)
  • Y. Hayashi (Tohoku, Japan)

Scientific Committee

  • F. Cozzi (Milano, Italy)
  • M. d’Ischia (Napoli, Italy)
  • A. Guarna (Firenze, Italy)
  • G. Romeo (Messina, Italy)
  • C. Trombini (Bologna, Italy)

Organizing Committee

  • S. Pedatella (Napoli, Italy) Secretary
  • F. Cermola (Napoli, Italy)
  • M. De Nisco (Napoli, Italy)
  • P. Manini (Napoli, Italy)
  • F. Temussi (Napoli, Italy)

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