Domenico Albanese, President SCI Sezione Lombardia
Laura Prati, Head of the Department of Chemistry, Università degli Studi di Milano
Belen Martin-Matute, Stockholm University (S)
Selective construction of carbon-heteroatom bonds mediated by homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts
Franca Zanardi, University of Parma, Italy
Exploiting old principles toward new reaction itineraries – when (molecular) diversity counts
Matthias Wagner, Goethe University, Frankfurt (DE)
Efficient synthesis strategies for luminescent or catalytically active boron-containing p-systems
Andrea Basso, University of Genoa, Italy
Light promoted multicomponent reactions
Light Lunch – Poster Session
Hashim Javaid, IMCD Group (UK)
Greener solvents trends in pharmaceutical chemistry
Francesco Peri, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
SThe role of synthetic chemistry in drug development and chemical biology: a multidisciplinary alliance in life sciences
GIC Prize: invited talks from the awardees
SCI Divisione della Chimica Organica
Gruppo Interdivisionale di Catalisi (GIC)
The XXXIV Edition of the New Trends in Organic Synthesis Conferencewill be held on Monday November 25th, 2019.
This long-standing, one daysymposium preserves the original inspiring principles and confirms its focus on the field of basic and applied organic synthesis. Aiming to convene the key-players from Universities, CNR and private industries, the meeting will enable them to share and listen, and to compare and discuss with their peers about relevant topics and advanced strategies where organic chemistry shows its societal benefits.
By listening a selection of interdisciplinary and cutting-edgetopics brought by speakers with a broad range of competences from both the academic and industrial sectors, the importance of organic synthesis, and its strong implication in today’s life will be the focus of the Conference.
This year’s the Conference themes include organometallic and supramolecular systems for biomedical and optoelectronic applications, and new carbonaceous materials applied to heterogeneous catalysis. The Interdivisional Group of Catalysis (GIC) of the Società Chimica Italiana will award two prizes to undergraduate students; the awardees will be invited to shortly present the results obtained in their research.
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Mendeleev Periodic Table (IYPT) this year the Conference will be held in the prestigious downtown historical site of University of Milan, in via Festa del Perdono, Aula Crociera Alta.
PhD students and Post Docs are kindly invited to present their research as poster communications. The Organizing Committee will award two books to the best two posters.