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On behalf of the International Organizing Committee, I cordially invite you to participate in the first ever International Symposium on the Organic Chemistry of Sulfur held in Canada! The University of Guelph will serve as the venue for an invigorating week of scientific and social interaction. The form of the symposium will be revealed in the coming months.
ISOCS symposia are prestigious international scientific events that have been scheduled biannually since 1964 (Liblice, Czechoslovakia) mostly across Europe and Japan. Attracting attendees from industry, government, and academia, past symposia have covered a fascinating range of sulfur chemistry from theory to practical applications.
ISOCS-29 will be based on the following themes:
Sulfur in Biochemistry and Health
Sulfur Containing Heterocycles
Synthesis, Catalysis and Stereochemistry
Sensors, Analysis and Interfaces
Coordination Chemistry with Sulfur Ligands
Theory, Mechanism & Reactive Intermediates
Industrial and Sustainable Sulfur Chemistry
Adrian L. Schwan
Conference email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Ruma Banerjee
University of Michigan
Prof. Kei Goto
Prof. Jinbo Hu
Tokyo Institute of
Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry
Prof. Emanuela Licandro
University of Milan
Prof. Derek Pratt
University of Ottawa
Prof. Samir Zard
Prof. Thomas Back
University of Calgary
Prof. Françoise Colobert
ECPM/Université de Strasbourg, France
Prof. Noureddine Khiar
University of Seville
Prof. Anita Maguire
University College Cork
Prof. Daniel Werz
Prof. Hideki Yorimitsu