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2012 Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society

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Date Mi, 12.09.2012 - Mi, 12.09.2012
Location ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg
Program Given its popularity, the Fall Meeting represents a major event for chemical research in Switzerland, offering a unique opportunity for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and senior scientists from academia and industry to share the results of their research.

This year, we will have two parallel sessions that will cover all aspect of organic chemistry, including, for instance, synthetic methods, asymmetric synthesis, catalysis, reaction mechanisms, reactivity studies, bioorganic chemistry, chemical biology, organic materials, and supramolecular chemistry.

The Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society is one-day event and the scientific program consists of
. Plenary Lectures (Award Lectures)
. Contributed Lectures (in parallel sessions)
. Poster Sessions

One Plenary Lectures will be presented by Prof Hans Jakob Wörner, ETH Zürich (Grammaticakis-Neumann Award).

Organising Committee i.e.
. Prof Hans Jakob Wörner (Physical Chemistry)
. Prof Jacques-Edouard Moser (Physical Chemistry)
. Prof Markus Meuywly (Computational Chemistry)

Download Plenary Lecture Abstract (1.71 MB)
(75 KB)
Link SCS Fallmeeting 2012
Session Program
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