Special Issue "Selected Papers from the 3rd Iberoamerican Symposium on Organic Chemistry (SIBEAQO-3)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2016)
Prof. Dr. Artur M. S. Silva
Department of Chemistry & QOPNA—Organic Chemistry, Natural Products and Food Stuffs, University of Aveiro, Campus de Santiago, 3810-193 Aveiro, Portugal
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Interests: organic synthesis; organocatalysis; transition-metal catalysis; oxygen and nitrogen heterocyclic compounds; chemistry of natural products; green chemistry; microwave-assisted organic synthesis; ohmic heating-assisted organic synthesis
The 3rd Iberoamerican Symposium on Organic Chemistry (3º Simpósio Iberoamericano de Química Orgânica), (SIBEAQO-3), will be held at the Auditorium Professor Ferreira da Silva, Department of Computers Sciences, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto (FCUP), from 23 to 26 September, 2016.
The main objective of this symposium is to create a scientific framework in the field of Organic Chemistry and related fields, to promote the exchange of ideas and experiences, collaboration and mobility among researchers from Latin America, Portugal and Spain. This meeting comes after two previous symposiums, the SIBEAQO-I, held in Mar del Plata (Argentina) in November 2007, attended by 150 participants, and SIBEAQO-II, held in Santiago de Compostela in September 2010, with 200 participants.
The SIBEAQO-3 scientific program includes excellent speakers, as nine plenary lectures, nine invited lectures, fourteen oral communications, and a high number of poster communications, are scheduled. For all details, please see http://www.iceta.up.pt/SIBEAQO3/conferencia_en.html, where the full list of speakers is available, including as plenary speakers, Dean Toste (Univ. California, Berkeley, USA), Luis Echegoyen (Univ. Texas, USA), Eusebio Juaristi (CINVESTAV-IPN, MEXICO), Jesús Jimenez Barbero (CIC bioGUNE, SPAIN), Ronaldo A. Pilli (UNICAMP, BRAZIL), João F. Mano (Univ. Minho, PORTUGAL), Augusto Costa Tomé (Univ. Aveiro, PORTUGAL), Carlos Afonso (Univ. Lisboa, PORTUGAL), and José Barluenga Mur (Univ. Oviedo, SPAIN).
Participants of the conference are cordially invited to contribute original research papers or reviews to this Special Issue of Molecules.
Prof. Dr. Artur Silva
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- nano and new materials
- natural and medical chemistry products
- green chemistry
- theoretical chemistry - applications
- chemistry in education and society