17th European Symposium on Organic Chemistry
You are cordially invited to participate in the 17th European Symposium of Organic Chemistry (ESOC-17)the largest European Symposium, which will be held in Crete, Greece, from 10th to 15th July 2011.
This well established conference will provide a forum for broad scientific and technological exchange among researchers from Europe and elsewhere.
The conference will emphasize on new achievements in the following fields:Total Synthesis of Natural Products, Catalysis in Organic Synthesis, New Methods in Organic Synthesis, Medicinal Chemistry, Bioorganic Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Supramolecular Chemistry, and Synthesis of Functional Materials Physical Organic Chemistry.
The ESOC 2011 (www.esoc2011.com) is organised by the Division of Organic Chemistry, University of Crete.
The program will include plenary as well as invited lectures and selected oral communications. There will also be two poster sessions.
The organizing committee cordially invites you to present your work at ESOC-17, attend the conference and be part of this exciting event.
Takuzo Aida University of Tokyo
Phil S. Baran The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla CA
Chrys Chatgilialoglu ISOF Bologna
Robert H. Grubbs California Institute of Technology
Jesus Jimenez-Barbero CIB Madrid
Karl-Anker Jorgensen Aarchus University
Rob M. J. Liskamp University of Utrecht
Benjamin List Max-Planck-Institut, Mülheim
David Milstein The Weizmann Institute of Science
Daniel G. Nocera Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jay Siegel University of Zürich
Kevin Booker-Milburn University of Bristol
Veronique Gouverneur Oxford University
Christian Hertweck University of Jena
Michal Hocek Inst. Org. Chem. Prague
Dr. Ennabuel Lacote University Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris VI
Reko Leino Åbo Akademi University
Istvan Marko Catholic University of Louvain
Adam Nelson University of Leeds
Stephane Quideau University of Bordeaux
M. Christina White University Illinois-Urbana
Paolo Melchiorre University of Bologna
Cristina Nevado University of Zürich
Stephan A. Sieber University of München
We look forward to welcoming you in Crete in July 2011.
Michael Orfanopoulos, Congress Chai
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