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2017-01-12 12:47:00

VII Youth Conference


Zelinsky Institute invites young scientists aged under 35 to participate in the VII Youth Conference to be held on May 17 – 18 2017. The event is organized by the Institute and ZIOC Council of Young Scientists.

Scientific Committee

V.P. Ananikov

RAS Associate Member

Yu.N. Bubnov

RAS Full Member

A.D. Dilman

DSc, Professor

V.B. Kazansky

RAS Full Member

A.L. Lapidus

RAS Associate Member

O.M. Nefedov

RAS Full Member

G.I. Nikishin

RAS Associate Member

N.E. Nifantiev

RAS Associate Member

A.Yu. Stakheev.

DSc, Professor

V.A. Tartakovsky

RAS Full Member

A.O. Terent’ev

RAS Associate Member

Organizing Committee

Chairman – ZIOC Director, RAS Full Member M.P. Egorov
Deputy ChairmanPhD I.A. Yaremenko

The topics to be discussed will be:

  • Organic synthesis;
  • Reaction mechanisms;
  • Chemistry of natural compounds;
  • Organic and metal complex catalysis; and
  • Physicochemical methods of analysis.

 The Conference will include plenary lectures, oral and poster presentations:

A special collection of abstracts will be published and will also be available in the Web.

The venue – Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS, Leninsky prosp. 47, Moscow.

The registration form (available on the Website) and abstracts should be emailed to molconf@ioc.ac.ru


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