The 27th International Symposium on Organic Chemistry of Sulfur, with the specific theme of from fundamental research to application, will take place in Jena, Germany, from 24-29 July 2016.
The Conference Chair, Professor Wolfgang Weigand, is organizing a rich program, including the following topics: Advanced materials, Agricultural chemistry, Bio-organic, bioorganometallic (coordination chemistry), Environmental issues, Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Sulfur-polymer composite materials, Nanotechnology, Organic Chemistry of Sulfur, Primordial chemistry, Stereoselective synthesis.
The conference will take place at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, surrounded by the picturesque vineyards and shell limestone mountains of the Saale-Valley. Only a few years after the political revolution in the Eastern part of Germany took place, Jena emerged as a city of economic, scientiﬁc, cultural, and social prestige. It is the home of world-renowned institutions, including two Leibniz Institutes and three Max-Planck-Institutes, and looks back on an impressive history in the ﬁeld of optical works and research strongly associated with names such as Carl Zeiss and Ernst Abbe. Nearly 25,000 students contribute to Jena‘s image as Thuringia‘s intellectual center, which is mainly based on philosophers of international prominence like Schiller, Goethe and Hegel.
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