A1 – New Synthetic Methodologies in Organic Chemistry
    A2 – Green chemistry
    A3 – Reaction mechanisms
    A4 – Supramolecular Chemistry
    A5 – Asymmetric Synthesis and natural products
    B1 – Organometallic chemistry
    B2 – Multimetallic systems
    B3 – Molecular Magnets
    B4 – Inorganic Interfaces
    B5 – Porous Materials
    C1 – Chemical Biology
    C2 – Sensors and Diagnostic
    C3 – Biomolecules: Synthesis and applications
    C4 – Bioinorganic Chemistry
    D1 – Assemblies, Aggregates and Interfaces
    D2 – Nanomaterials and Nanostructures
    D3 – Theory meets experiments- predicting properties of materials
    D4 – Organic-Inorganic Hybrids
    D5 – Nanoparticles: synthesis and applications (New)
    E1 – Drug Design and Discovery
    E2 – Drug Delivery
    E3 – Metals in Medicine
    E4 – Biopolymers, Hydrogels and Processing
    E5 – Diagnostics and Nanotherapeutics
    E6 – Molecular Sensors
    F1 – Organo and Metal Homogeneous Catalysis
    F2 – Heterogeneous and Supported Catalysis
    F3 – Bio and Biomimetic Catalysis
    F4 – Photo and Electrocatalysis
    G1 – New Developments and Methods
    G2 – Light and Matters
    G3 – Electrochemistry
    G4 – Surface Processes and Analysis
    G5 – Applied Physical Chemistry
    G6 – Photochemistry and Photophysics

Transversal Themes

    T1.1 – Bio and Medical Imaging
    T1.2 – Imaging of Processes
    T2.1 – Fuels
    T2.2 – Photovoltaics
    T2.3 - Water
    T3.1 – Molecular Motors
    T3.2 – Dynamics

Additional Sections

    OTS1.1 – Carbon-based Materials
    OTS1.2 – Organic Electronics
    OTS1.3 – Polymers and devices
    OTS2 - Food Chemistry
    OTS2.1 – Earth and Space
    OTS2.2 – New Tools for Learning
    OTS2.3 – Heritage
    OTS2.4 – Origin of Life
    OTS2.4 – Challenges – Industry / Academia (Young context)
    Monday – Chemistry in Hollywood
    Tuesday – Molecular Cuisine
    Wednesday – Astronaut (Chemistry and Society Section)
    Thursday – Pitches from challenges (Challenges – Industry / Academia section

European Young Chemists' Network (EYCN)

  • H1 - Bonding for impact: the importance to be part of a Society
  • H2 - Chemistry and Future
  • H3 - CV Clinic Workshop: Academia vs Industry
  • H4 - European Young Chemists' Award (EYCA) Competition
  • H5 - Scientific Writing Workshop (in collaboration with RSC, Wiley, Frontiers in Chemistry)
  • H6 - MSCA Training Workshop
  • H7 - ERC Training Workshop (in collaboration with with ERC Agency)
  • H8 - Science Communication Workshop
  • H9 - Company Challenge (in collaboration with Amorim, BestHealth4U, Thermo Fisher)
Preliminary EYCN Program