Past Conference Report: Chemistry 2020Author(s): Laura Mercolini
Chemistry 2020 will be the 10th in the series of successful cosponsored scientific conferences of our Societies. Founded in 1994, AAC conferences have been held every year throughout the world.
The theme of Chemistry 2020 is the “Role of Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry in the Global Challenges to come”.
As with all past congresses, Chemistry 2020 fosters collaborations among chemical scientists to improve the quality of life throughout the world.Our outstanding technical program truly represents collaborations among scientists from at least three different countries. The result of such collaborations can only bring improvements in technical development and a better quality of life for all people.
Chemistry Congress 2020 is two days of oral and poster sessions, keynotes, social events, and workshops in the beautiful city of Rome, Italy from February 28-29, 2020.
All of the members and staff on the Chemistry 2020 Organizing Committeewill spend many hours preparing for this Congress to make it the best possible.
AAC takes a pride to announce the 10th World Congress on Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry on February 28-29, 2020 at Rome, Italy. A Gathering of experts to determine the Role of Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry in the Global Challenges to come, our speakers and participants avail chances to learn and share their knowledge among their global b peers.
Exploit chances to absorb more knowledge about Chemistry & Medicinal Chemistry from the assortments of Oral, Poster& Video presentations by Professionals of Chemistry. Encounter and network with chemists ranging from students to Deans, Faculties, and Researchers. Exploit chances to work together with chemists all over the world.
Join prominent plenary sessions about relevant issues affecting chemistryand related science.
Benefits of Participation at Chemistry 2020:
Accepted Abstracts will be published in Conference Proceedings book as well as in Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Chemical Science provided with unique DOI number. Global networking with the experts. Participation Certification by IOCM.
Conference Participation Opportunities
• For Researchers and Faculty Members:
• Speaker Presentations
• Poster Display
• Symposium Hosting (4-5 Members Team)
• Workshop organizing
Who Should Attend?
• Chemistry Associations
• Medicinal Chemists & Clinicians
• Healthcare Scientists and Professors
• Health Care Researchers
• Professors & Associates
• Deans & Senior Lecturers
• Faculty of Chemistry
Speakers can go through the below Mode of Participations:
Oral sessions consist of a series of individual talks.
The time allocated to each Oral presentation is 20 minutes followed by 3 minutes of questionnaire.
A poster presentation allows you to interact face to face with the people
who are interested in your research. Posters should be no larger than A0.
Workshop lectures are engaging talks based on skills that can last up to 60 minutes. Workshops must be engaging and include practical information that can be brought back to their communities by participants.
If speaker unable to attend the conference, but still wish to have your paper presented and published, we offer on-line presentation. Your presentation will be uploaded on the conference website prior to the conference. You are still required to submit an abstract and one author must pay the registration fee. At the end of the conference, you will receive a certificate of presentation and the digital book of abstracts.
• Medicinal Chemistry
• Drug Discovery
• Biochemistry & Chemical Biology
• Pharmaceutical Chemistry
• Forensic & Clinical Chemistry
• Neuroscience and Neurochemistry
• Organic and Bio-organic Chemistry
• Inorganic Chemistry
• Physical & Theoretical Chemistry
• Mass Spectroscopy & Chromatography
• Nanoscience & Material Chemistry
• Analytical & Bio analytical Chemistry
• Environmental & Green Chemistry
• Food & Agricultural Chemistry
• Oil & Petroleum Chemistry
• Nuclear Chemistry
• Polymer Chemistry
• Electro Chemistry
• Marine & Geo Chemistry
Computational Chemistry and Chemical Engineering