Blue Danube Symposium on Heterocyclic Chemistry 2017

  • Author/Organiser: Mario Waser
  • Event Website: https://www.bdshc17.org/
  • Event Date: 30 August 2017 to 02 September 2017
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
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The symposium is part of an international meeting series attracting participants from all over the world. The program will cover all aspects of heterocyclic chemistry. Besides presentations from well-reputed plenary speakers, it will also feature talks from local representatives of the society countries (Blue Danube Speakers) and short oral presentations of young talents in the field. There will be an accompanying exhibition of different companies and suppliers related to field.


Organizing Committee

  • Marko Mihovilovic
  • Uwe Monkowius
  • Wolfgang Schöfberger
  • Mario Waser (Chair)


International Board

  • András Kotschy (H)
  • Viktor Milata (SK)
  • Marko Mihovilovic (A)
  • Milan Potacek (CZ)
  • Branko Stanovnik (SL)


Guest of Honor

  • Prof. Dr. Johann Mulzer, University of Vienna, Institute for Organic Chemistry


Plenary Spaekers

  • Prof. Christina Nevado, University of Zurich
  • Prof. Roberto Paolesse, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • Prof. Antonio Togni, ETH Zurich
  • Prof. Andrew D. Smith, University of St. Andrews
  • Prof. Varinder Aggarwal, University of Bristol
  • Prof. Daniel Gryko, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Prof. Ruth Gschwind, University of Regensburg
  • Prof. Benjamin List, Max-Planck Institute for Coal Research

 

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