Bienal de la RSEQ, Sitges, 25 al 29 de Junio 2017

rseq-bienal

The Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry (RSEQ) celebrates its XXXVI Biennial Meeting at the Meliá Hotel in Sitges (Barcelona), from 25 to 29 June 2017. The Department of Chemistry at the Autonomous University of Barcelona assumes with enthusiasm his organization. According to the format established in the last Biennals, the meeting is organized in specialized symposia (24), which constitute a broad range of the most active fields of current chemical research. Presents a high level of internationalization and a list of plenary (5) and invited (more than 100) prestigious speakers. The scientific program also includes a very large number of oral presentations as well as poster sessions.

We look forward to seeing you in Sitges!

Agustí Lledós
Mariona Sodupe
On behalf of the Organizing Committee

Plenary Lectures

Daniel G. Nocera
Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA

José Luis Mascareñas
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela-CIQUS, España
Pedro J. Pérez
Universidad de Huelva-CIQSO, España
Alanna Schepartz
Yale University, Connecticut, USA
George C. Schatz
Northwestern University, Ilinois, USA

Symposia

S1. Graphene and other 2D materials
S2. Optoelectronic Organic Materials for Energy Conversion
S3. Materials for energy generation and storage
S4. Polymers for a Sustainable Development
S5. Natural Products, molecular probes with privileged structures
S6. Structural determinants of the molecular recognition processes in biological molecules
S7. Chemistry at the Frontier with Biology
S8. Thermal properties of matter: New developments in theoretical and experimental thermal analysis
S9. Chemical reactivity through structure
S10. Asymmetric Organocatalysis
S11. Flow Chemistry
S12. Target-Oriented Synthesis and New Synthetic Methods
S13. In Situ Operando Spectroscopy: Progress in the study of functional materials
S14. Prebiotic Chemistry in Space and Earth
S15. Sustainable chemical utilisation of CO2: Challenges and opportunities
S16. Applications of Raman Spectroscopy to Modern Chemistry
S17. Chemistry in forensic sciences
S18. Biosensing
S19. Ligand design for metal-mediated bond-cleavage & bond-forming reactions
S20. Progress in Theoretical Chemistry: Biomolecules and materials
S21. Nanocatalysis
S22. Enseñanza, Historia y Divulgación de la Química
S23. Women in Chemistry
S24. Metal-Organic (MOFs) and Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs)