Specialized international conferences and symposia in SlovakiaActivity by Milan Drabik | added on Apr 26, 2011 | Slovakia
A choice of conferences organized by members / member groups of Slovak chemical society on regular basis will this year reflect also the IYC 2011 and will bear its logo. The topics are that of the scientific achievements in the chemistry so the methodologies of the chemistry education in all levels.
Several conferences organized by members and member groups of Slovak chemical society on regular basis will this year reflect in the program also the International year of chemistry and will bear the logo of IYC 2011. The topics focused are as that on the scientific achievements in the fields of chemistry so that devoted to the methodologies of the chemistry education in all levels. The specific conferences – events of the activity, are briefly described below:
Ø EC2E2N (European Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Education Network) 2011 conference and Eurodoctorate studies, May 19th – 22nd 2011, Bratislava, Slovakia; the meeting will bring together chemists from 26 European countries for discussions about higher and university education of chemistry in Europe. Web: http://www.fns.uniba.sk/index.php?id=ec2e2n-2011, and also http://ectn-assoc.cpe.fr/AnnualConf2011/AC2011_Welcome.htm, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ø 23rd International Conference on Coordination and Bioinorganic Chemistry, June 5th – 10th 2011, Smolenice, Slovakia; Regarding the tradition, the Conference will deal with up‑to‑date current problems of coordination, bioinorganic and inorganic chemistry, new trends and applications achieved in these fields are focused also. Young scientists are offered the possibility to present their contributions as section lectures in “young scientists section”. Web: http://www.iccbic.stuba.sk/index.htm, email@example.com
Ø 14th Blue Danube Symposia on Heterocyclic Chemistry, June 26th – 29th 2011, Podbanske, Slovakia; This series of symposia was initiated in 1991 by the Departments of Organic Chemistry, of the University of Technology of Vienna and the Slovak University of Technology of Bratislava. The topics to be covered extend over the whole range of heterocyclic chemistry from theory to practical applications, from academic to industrial research institutions. Web: http://www.schems.sk/bdshc2011/index.html, firstname.lastname@example.org