International Conference on Applied Physico-Inorganic ChemistryActivity by Koxanenko Evgeney | added on Jun 07, 2011 | Ukraine
The International Conference on Applied Physico-Inorganic Chemistry, the mighty branch of Applied Physical Chemistry, gathers biennially scientists and engineers on the bank of Black Sea in Sevastopol ( Crimea, Ukraine, 2-7.10. 2011). Website: http://aphyn.org.ua/en e-mail: email@example.com
The International Conference on Applied physico - Inorganic Chemistry, the mighty branch of Applied physical Chemistry, gathers biennially scientists and engineers on the bank of Black Sea in Sevastopol ( Crimea, Ukraine, 2-7.10. 2011) for the discussion and decisions on acute problems in many branches of modern chemistry.
General purpose of current conference is to put problems of interaction between technology and ecology from positions of V.I. Vernadsky theory of biogeochemistry Here positions of evolution of "green" chemistry, environmental control, rational processing of natural raw materials, abnormal impact of nature on living bodies and many other related things will be the basic. This conference is celebrating 150 th birthday of V.I. Vernadsky (one of the famous naturalist of 20 th century)
The conference should provide opportunities for exchange of the latest ideas and presentation and discussion of recent work on aspects of physico - chemical processes in ecosystems – water, air and soil and sustainable development including engineering and modeling. Now such problems become the problems of all mankind.
The aim of the conference is to encourage and facilitate the interdisciplinary communication among scientists, engineers, economists and professionals working in ecological systems and sustainable development.
We expecting that positions of evolution of sustainable and "green" chemistry ,
will be discussed by European chemical community during our Conference.
Contacts: website: http://aphyn.org.ua/en
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