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Chemistry World Conference

Nov 16-18, 2020 | Rome, Italy

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Welcome Message

Chemistry World Conference, November 16-18, 2020 | Rome, Italy

Dear congress visitors, it is an honor and pleasure to welcome you at the Chemistry World Conference 2020. Climate changes and environmental problems force chemists to change perspective on industrial development. Being “green” does not merely imply to assess efficient purification treatments of polluted effluents or to reduce the environmental impact of production processes. In fact, “green chemistry” is rather an ethical approach which induces us to design molecules, materials, products and processes in a resource-efficient (both in terms of mass and energy) and safer way for humans and the environment. The industrial implementation of this concept will be reality when the novel “green” processes will be competitive towards the traditional ones in terms of efficiency and yield. Our efforts recently produced admirable results in this regard, and in some cases the existence of traditional and still operating plants seems to be the only reason hindering the implementation of novel and “greener” systems. However, we still have a long way to go. In particular, I wish stronger collaboration between Academia and Industry and interdisciplinary approaches across different research fields. This is the only way to solve the complex challenges of our future.

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Francesco Parrino
University of Trento
Italy

Chemistry 2020

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Chemistry World Conference, November 16-18, 2020 | Rome, Italy

Dear congress visitors, it is an honor and pleasure to write a few welcome notes.

Natural substances play major roles as molecule signals as well as molecules involved in defense mechanisms during intra- and interspecific interactions. Chemical interactions are of great interest in different fundamental and applied fields, i.e.,
-    biodiversity protection,

-    plants, macro- and microorganisms (fungi, bacteria...) as potential resources for human health and nutrition,
-    Potential impacts of natural substances on human health, chemical ecology, ecosystem processes…

Since many years research involves in finding bioactive natural compounds from plants, macro- and microorganisms (extraction process, purification of extracts, identification of primary and secondary metabolites, assays; chemical and biological screening of natural substances materials).

Today, analytical tools have been developed to explore chemo-diversity as a whole but also to study previously unexplored resources or re-study minority compounds of some resources. This renewal in the natural substances chemistry opens the door to a new air in the search for compounds of interests.
 

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Veronique Eparvier
CNRS-ICSN
France

Chemistry 2020

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Chemistry World Conference, November 16-18, 2020 | Rome, Italy

Dear visitors of the Chemistry 2020 conference, it is an honor and a pleasure to write some welcome notes. The rapid development of analytical and instrumentation techniques has allowed great progress in our understanding of the chemistry and function of nutritional components.

Among the phytochemicals, Betainized Compounds are a group of low molecular weight compounds, derived from amino acids and imino acids in which the nitrogen atom is fully methylated.

In plants, these substances tend to accumulate in the cytoplasm and intercellular fluids in which they exert protective functions on the structures of proteins, nucleic acids and cell membranes in response to abiotic stress.

Plants express characteristic patterns and betainized compounds levels based on their species.

Some betaines are of particular interest in the human diet for maintaining health. For example, Glycine betaine has the biological role of the methyl donor in man for the formation of methionine from homocysteine thus counteracting the accumulation of homocysteine in plasma, which constitutes a risk factor for diseases.

Recently, a group of betainized compounds have been suggested to play a role in health effects in relation to a vegetable and fruit consumption or Mediterranean diet.

The content of betainized compounds appears to be species specific and can help to characterize vegetable sources and their derivatives, such as fruit juices.

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Cautela Domenico
SSEA
Reggio Calabria, Italy

Chemistry 2020

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Chemistry World Conference, November 16-18, 2020 | Rome, Italy

Dear congress visitors, it is an honor and pleasure to write a few welcome notes. In the ‘Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery’ session we will discuss the new developments in the modern drug discovery process. This process relies heavily on computational methods, in comparison to ‘old school’ methods where the ‘try and error’ dominated. The modern drug discovery processed are based on rational drug design, which is the inventive process of finding new medications based on the available experimental data and molecular modelling techniques. Computer-aided drug discovery (CADD) allows application of computer modelling techniques to the drug design process and is involved in almost every aspect of drug discovery and design today. This includes, but is not limited to the validation of druggable targets, virtual screening, the optimization of lead compounds, characterizing of protein-water-ligand and protein-protein interactions, providing estimates of binding affinities, determining ligand energies and bioactive conformations, refinement of molecular geometries, scoring docked protein–ligand poses, structure–activity-relationship (SAR) analysis and ADMET prediction. This is largely a consequence of significant improvements in computing power/speed, which has led to advances in algorithm development and new applications of CADD methods.

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Alexander Heifetz
Evotec
United Kingdom

Chemistry 2020

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World Nanotechnology Conference, April 15-17, 2019 | Dubai, UAE

Dear congress visitors,

Welcome to this prestigious world nano meeting. Nano-energy is a dynamic research field on the science and engineering of nano-materials and nano-devices used in different energy technologies. Nano-energy topics comprise the application of nanostructured materials and nano-dimensional processes for energy storage and conversion. With the increasing ability to engineer materials at the nanoscale, electrochemical phenomena have an enhanced impact. This observation is related to the increased interface/volume ratio and the fact that even modest voltages can produce large electric fields over nanoscale distances, which enhance ionic motion and electrochemical processes. Electrochemical synthesis is a powerful tool for the preparation of thin solid electrolyte separators or nanostructured electrodes, particularly with complex shapes, such as nanotubes, nanowires etc.
This conference will highlight examples of such work and open fascinating discussions on nano-energy topics.

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Philippe Knauth
Aix Marseille University
Marseille, France

Material Science Conferences 2020

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World Nanotechnology Conference, April 15-17, 2019 | Dubai, UAE

Dear colleagues,

I am very grateful to be a member of the Organizing Committee of World Nano 2019 and feel a great honour to write this welcome message. On behalf of the Organizing Committee I would like to welcome you to Dubai City as well as the Conference itself, where you will have the opportunity to listen to internationally recognised Speakers on Nanoscience and Nano-technology. There will also be an opportunity for fellow researchers to present their research to their colleagues, which in turn will help foster cooperation between colleagues across the research world. I hope that you will not only enjoy your time in the conference and the city, but also develop friendship for future research.

Yours Sincerely
Enge Wang
Peking University & Chinese Academy of Sciences
Beijing, China

Material Science Conferences 2020

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World Nanotechnology Conference, April 15-17, 2019 | Dubai, UAE

Dear colleagues,

On behalf of the organizing committee I have the honour to welcome you to the World Nano 2019 which takes place from the 15 to 17 of April in Dubai, Emirate as the conference itself. The conference discuss one of the most important scientific trend, the nano-materiales synthesis, characterization and applications. I myself will lecture about some application of nanomateriales in Analytical chemistry and removal of pollutants. The conference give us the chance to exchange the experience, build a friendship and future cooperation. I hope that you will enjoy the conference and the city and establish good links for future research.

Yours Sincerely
Mahmoud Khodari
Chemistry Department
SVU. Qena, Egypt

Material Science Conferences 2020

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3rd Edition of Catalysis and Chemical Science Conference, March 11-13, 2019 | Singapore

Dear all our attendees for Catalysis 2019,

It is great honor and pleasure to write a few welcome notes. Asymmetric catalysis today makes unprecedented progress, since the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2001 was divided to Drs. William S. Knowles and Ryoji Noyori for their work on catalytic enantioselective hydrogenation reactions and to Dr. K. Barry Sharpless for his work on catalytic enantioselective oxidation reactions. In contrast, the development of asymmetric catalysis for carbon–carbon bond formation reactions is much more divergent. The development of green and sustainable catalysis is also one of the most important subjects in current organic synthesis. As you know, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2005 was awarded jointly to Drs. Yves Chauvin, Robert H. Grubbs and Richard R. Schrock for the development of the catalytic metathesis, and the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2010 was awarded jointly to Drs. Richard F. Heck, Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki for palladium-catalyzed cross couplings. The further development of highly efficient catalysts has been still demanded directed towards the green and efficient organicsynthesis.

Yours Sincerely
Prof. Kazuaki Ishihara
Nagoya University
Japan

Material Science Conferences 2020

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3rd Edition of Catalysis and Chemical Science Conference, March 11-13, 2019 | Singapore

I am pleased to welcome you to the 3rd edition of International Congress on Catalysis and Chemical Science. A glance through the list of scientific sessions planned by organizers reveals the amazing diversity of the works focused on Catalysis and Chemical Science. They range from advanced synthesis, to industrial catalysis, treating many applications. Photocatalysis covers a wide range of applications, such as pollutant removal, water splitting hydrogen production, dye-sensitized solar cell, disinfection, etc. Most of them are related to Environment and Energy fields, which are main priority areas of many government programs. Water treatment by photocatalysis has received special attention as a suitable technique for the removal of different pollutants (organic and inorganic ones) using solar light as energy source. Appearing as a low-cost, environmental friendly and sustainable technology for water treatment. Recent progresses explore different strategies to achieve high efficiencies and reduce the toxicity of wastewaters. They cover many options that include the study of the chemical nature of the catalyst, improve the use of solar energy or improve the technological properties of the catalysts, among others.

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Carolina Belver
Autonoma University of Madrid
Spain

Material Science Conferences 2020

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2nd Edition of Global Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology, September 13-15, 2018 | Rome, Italy

Dear Participants of CAT 2018:

It gives great pleasure to have been invited to writing down a few words of welcome. Catalysis occupies a central place in numerous manufacturing processes, and without catalysis society would lack access to food and medicine; actually, most of the daily things we take for granted require catalysis at some stage of making them. According to estimates of the world bank, roughly 20 % of the entire world economy is related in some way or another to chemical catalysis, an initially purely academic question on how to assist in making or breaking bonds in molecules by a "mediator", a catalyst. As you may know, in China the technical term "catalyst" means "matchmaker" – how appropriate! This conference in Rome, I trust, will not only provide insight in latest findings in catalysis research, but will also act as a "matchmaker".

Yours Sincerely
Helmut Schwarz
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany

Material Science Conferences 2020

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2nd Edition of Global Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology, September 13-15, 2018 | Rome, Italy

Dear conference visitors, it is an honor and pleasure to write a few welcome notes. With repect to catalysis, we live in exiting times. This holds both for developments in and the pace of scientific progress in understanding and designing catalysts , as well as for identifying new applications areas including scale-up to real world impact. To mention just a few elements : Recent advances in spectroscopic characterisation of catalyst particles and ensembles, including e.g. operando spectrocopy, enable whole new catalysis hypotheses. Multi scale catalysis charactererisation and design is a fast moving area. Applications of catalysis in e.g. conversion of sunlight or catalytic conversion of biomass develop faster then ever and will have significant societal impact. Unlocking the potential of these new and radically modified catalysts requires intimate interaction with process technology and engineering pronciples. More then ever, the world needs effective catalysis to contribute to some of the grand societal challenges ahead of all of us.

Yours Sincerely
Q. B. Broxterman
InnoSyn B V
The Netherlands

Material Science Conferences 2020

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2nd Edition of Global Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology, September 13-15, 2018 | Rome, Italy

Dear all attendees, I am extremely proud and feel privileged to write a few welcome notes for the prestigious conference « Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology » – CAT 2018 helded in Rome, the historic city that had an huge impact on civilization. This event dedicated to catalysis will provide a highly interactive platform for relevant experts from the academic and industrial areas to exchange education and research face to face. Chemists and chemical engineers have the means to pave the way to a more widespread implementation of catalysis strategies for the creation of novel catalytic reactions as well as production of industrially relevant products in the future. Importantly, I hope that all the demonstrated advantages of catalysis can stimulate further advances in the field from the younger generations for the benefit of the chemical industry.

Yours Sincerely
Christophe LEN
Chimie ParisTech
France

Material Science Conferences 2020

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2nd Edition of Global Conference on Catalysis, Chemical Engineering and Technology, September 13-15, 2018 | Rome, Italy

Dear participants, I would like to welcome you and write a few introductory notes. Catalysis is everywhere ! I am sure you would agree with me that the general theme of catalysis spans from biocatalysis, first mimicking Nature, via transition metal catalysis, electrocatalysis, organocatalysis, and many other subdisciplines, towards more traditional industrial heterogeneous catalysis using active sites on supports of various kinds. It is particularly the application of catalysis in industry that allows chemists and chemical engineers to make processes more cost effective by lowering energy consumption and more environment friendly by increasing the atom economy. As you know catalysis is one of the main principles of Green Chemistry and I believe that its role in modern science is still going to grow. That is why we all convened here to exchange experience and ideas and to interact not only on strictly professional but also on social basis.

Yours Sincerely
Jan Cermak
J. E. Purkinje University
Czech Republic

Material Science Conferences 2020

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Global Conference on Catalysis and Reaction Engineering, October 19-21, 2017 | Las Vegas, USA

Dear Conference Visitors and Colleagues,

It is an honor and pleasure to welcome you to this wonderful conferences. As we all know, one method of accelerating the rate of a reaction is to low the activation energy of the reaction by utilizing a catalyst. The production of most industrially important chemicals requires the presence of catalysts. Therefore, research on catalysis is one of the most important and most exciting research area now. During this conference and today’s presentation, we are going to hear the design and synthesis of single-site zeolite catalysts, photosynthesis, cobalt nanocatalysts, water-soluble platinum; catalysts for producing polymers, fuels, and many other industrially important chemicals; and chemicals for improving our environment. Based on these high quality of researches, we are optimistic that the breakthrough in catalysis will occur in the near future.

Yours Sincerely
Dr. Buchang Shi
Eastern Kentucky University
USA

Material Science Conferences 2020

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Global Conference on Catalysis and Reaction Engineering, October 19-21, 2017 | Las Vegas, USA

Dear Congress Delegates,

I am delighted to welcome you all here to the Global Conference on Catalysis and Reaction Engineering, 2017. The breadth of the scientific program is impressive, covering new and important advances across 14 different, yet cohesive disciplines. Catalysis underpins our daily lives, from medicines to clothes, to food and energy. The major catalytic discovery a century ago by Haber and Bosch allowed the population of the planet to boom, due to the abundance of food harvested using ammonia from artificially fixed N2. This increase in population brings with it issues regarding sustainability, rising CO2 levels from increased reliance on fossil fuels, key issues which can be directly tackled using catalysis. Fundamental breakthroughs often lie on the intersection of different disciplines; the marriage of new catalyst innovations with advances in reactor design and engineering mean this scientific field can continue to
address contemporary economic, social and environmental problems.

Yours Sincerely
Jennifer Edwards
Cardiff Catalysis Institute
UK

Material Science Conferences 2020
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