The 15th European Workshop in Phosphorus Chemistry (EWPC-15) will be hosted at Uppsala University from 14–16 March 2018.
The long tradition of workshops previously held in Kaiserslautern (2004), Bonn (2005), Leipzig (2006), Zandvoort (2007), Regensburg (2008), Florence (2009), Budapest (2010), Münster (2011), Rennes (2012), Regensburg (2013), Sofia (2014), Kassel (2015), Berlin (2016), and Cluj-Napoca (2017) will be continued with the 15th European Workshop in Phosphorus Chemistry in Uppsala, Sweden. This traditional workshop series has contributed to the strong position of the European research community and allowed for a fruitful exchange of ideas, opinions and excellent discussions. The topics of this conference cover organic, inorganic, polymer, and material chemistry as well as biological research.
The focus of the workshop is to support early stage researchers and give them the opportunity to communicate their work to the leading European research groups in phosphorus chemistry. The program includes oral contributions from early stage researchers (15+5 min, 1 presentation per research group), poster sessions (no limitation), and a couple of plenary/keynote lectures from industry and academia. Students will also chair the sessions of oral contributions. Prizes for best posters, oral contributions and chairs will be awarded.
The 28th International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry (ICOMC-2018) will be held from 15th to 20th July 2018 in Florence, Italy, and organized by the Institute of Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds (ICCOM) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), in association with the official PCO of the event, Adria Congrex Srl.
ICOMC 2018 will provide a unique opportunity to present and disseminate all the main aspects of modern organometallic chemistry in a lively, multidisciplinary and modern environment. The scientific program will be organised in lecture and poster parallel sessions, focused on recent scientific advances in key and emerging areas of organometallic chemistry including, but not limited to:
Two lecture sessions will be organised as Themed Minisymposia, centred on the topics:
“Photovoltaics and Photoactivated Chemical Processes” and “Challenges in CO2 activation and utilization”. Attendance of young researchers and students will be encouraged and supported by affordable registration fees and preferential rates for accommodation.