1st Meeting of the Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry Division of the Portuguese Society of Chemistry

Country: Portugal

City: Sintra

Abstr. due: 31.07.2016

Dates: 07.10.16 — 08.10.16

Area Of Sciences: Chemistry;

Organizing comittee e-mail: luisa.catalao@tivolihotels.com

Organizers: Portuguese Society of Chemistry

 

The Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry Division of the Portuguese Society of Chemistry (SPQ) has the pleasure to announce its 11th Inorganic Chemistry Conference that will take place in Sintra on 7-8 October 2016. It will also be the 1st Meeting of the Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry Division of the Portuguese Society of Chemistry, to mark the new designation and scope of the Division.

The aim of this biennial Conference of SPQ is to provide a forum to discuss all inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry topics, particularly those on the frontier with other scientific areas. The importance of inorganic chemistry in catalysis, energy, materials, nanotechnology, biology and medicine is immense and current research challenges require active discussions in the inorganic chemistry community.

The scientific programme will include plenary and keynote lectures, as well as oral communications and poster presentations. Young researchers are particularly encouraged to participate and communicate their work. The third edition of the Alberto Romão Dias Prize, introduced by SPQ in 2009, will be presented during the Conference and there will be a plenary lecture by the prize recipient. The Conference will have the special presence, as plenary lecturer, of Luis Oro (Universidad de Zaragoza), recipient of the Prémio Luso-Espanhol de Química 2015 (Conferência Lourenço-Madinaveitia), a prize jointly instituted by the SPQ and the Real Sociedad Española de Química.

On behalf of the Scientific and Organising Committees of the 11th Inorganic Chemistry Conference and 1st Meeting of the Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry Division of SPQ, I invite you to participate.

Conference Web-Site: http://11icc.eventos.chemistry.pt/