27th International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry (ICOMC 2016)

  • Author/Organiser: Arinex Pty Ltd.
  • Event Website: http://icomc2016.com/
  • Event Date: 17 July 2016 to 22 July 2016
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Melbourne, Australia

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The event will cover all fields of organometallic chemistry, from fundamental to applied areas, including multidisciplinary approaches and related areas of other sciences.

The conference is expecting to attract over 600 delegates (scientists, pharmacists, research groups and industry bodies) surrounding the areas of organic and inorganic chemistry.

Selected Topics

  • Transition Metal Complexes
  • Rare Earth Chemistry
  • Materials and Precursors
  • Bio-Organometallic Chemistry
  • Structure and Reactivity
  • Applications in Catalysis
  • Applications in Asymmetric Synthesis
  • Theoretical Studies
  • Sustainable Chemistry

Plenary Speakers

  • Kazushi Mashima
  • Sylviane Sabo-Etienne
  • Doug Stephan
  • Aiwen Lei
  • Franc Meyer
  • Guy Bertrand
  • Kim Dunbar
  • Serena DeBeer

Keynote Speakers

  • Florence Mongin
  • Simon Aldridge
  • Hiromi Tobita
  • Philip Mountford
  • Francois Gabba├»
  • Gernot Frenking
  • Robert Mulvey
  • Kyoko Nozaki
  • Polly Arnold
  • Janine Cossy
  • Janet Bluemel
  • Ian Manners
  • Matthias Driess


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