44th IUPAC Congress - Clean Energy Through Chemistry

  • Author/Organiser: Turkish Chemical Society & IUPAC
  • Event Website: http://iupac2013istanbul.org/
  • Event Date: 11 August 2013 to 16 August 2013
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Istanbul, Turkey
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Clean Energy Through Chemistry
- Chemical Solutions to Fight Global Warming
- Molecular Approaches to Solar Energy Conversion with Coordination Compounds
- Converting Biomass to Energy
- Coal Cleaning Technologies
- Hydrogen Energy and Hydrogen Storage Using Chemical Hybrides
- Fuel Cells
- Chemical Approaches to Artificial Photosynthesis
- New Class of Compounds for Clean Energy

Environmental Chemistry
- Green Chemistry
- Greenhouse Gases and carbondioxide sequestering
- Sensors and Sensors Networks in Environmental Systems
- Water Chemistry
- Soil Pollutants
- Clean products
- Ecofriendly buildings

Analytical Chemistry
- Chemometrics
- Globalization of Efforts for Methods Development and Validation
- Analysis of Chemical Contamination in Foods and Food Contact Substances
- Environmental Analytical Chemisty
- Forensic Science
- Heritage Science

Physical Chemistry
- Molecular Spectroscopy
- High and Low Temperature Fuel Cells
- Biophysical Chemistry
- Advanced Materials for Conversions and Seperations in Energy Applications
- Current Techniques in Molecular Simulation

Inorganic Chemistry
- Inorganic Electrochemistry
- Spectroscopy of Inorganic Systems Main Group Chemistry
- Coordination and Supramolecular Chemistry
- Bioinorganic Chemistry
- Organometallic Chemistry
- Solid State Chemistry

Organic Chemistry
- Heterocycles and Aromatics
- Asymmetric Reactions and Synthesis
- Molecular Recognition and Self Assembly
- Physical Organic Chemistry
- Synthesis of Complex Molecules
- The Competition between Organic Materials and Silicon-Based Technologies

Colloid and Surface Chemistry
- Surfactant and Self Assembly
- Heterogenous Catalysis
- Nanotechnology in Catalysis
- Electrocatalysis
- Catalytic Activity and Surface Characterization of Deposited Metal Nanoparticles

Polymer Chemistry
- Polymer in Nanotechnology
- Polymers and Liquid Crystals
- Polymer and Biopolymer Chemistry
- Polymer in Biotechnology
- Cell Growth Systems

Nuclear Chemistry
- Analytical Chemistry in Nuclear Technology
- Actinide and Transactinide Chemistry
- Isomers and Nuclear Structure
- Synthesis and Spectroscopy of Heavy Nuclei
- Spent Fuel and Waste Management
- Medical and Biological Applications of Nuclear Chemistry

Biochemistry
- Chemistry for Bioscience and Biotechnology
- Molecular Biology
- Biopolymers in Health
- Mechanism in Biological Functions
- Chemical Synthesis Releated to Cells
- Nanotechnology in Biochemistry

Chemical Education
- Environmentally Friendly Chemistry Experiments
- Green Chemistry Education
- Advances in Measuring Student Learning
- Visualization in Chemistry Education
- History of Chemistry and its Role in Chemistry Education
- Software in Chemistry; Past, Present and Future
- The Past and Future of Chemistry Text Books
- Chemistry Education and Ethics

Chemistry for Health
- Allosteric Approaches To Drug Discovery
- Prodrugs and Softdrugs
- DNA : Chemical and Biological Approaches
- New Class of Compcunds for Health
- Natural Producs

Innovation : Turning Chemistry Into Money
- Social Innovation
- Science and Innovation in Chemical Reseach : Case Studies
- Structure of R&D in Chemical Industry

The Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) is encouraging young chemists to participate in this congress by offering six travel grants of 1,200 EUR each. Three grants will be awarded to young (under 35) chemists from Germany and three to young chemists from Eastern Europe. More information.

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