IUPAC-2017 invites all interested individuals to submit abstracts for oral sessions & poster sessions or for Invited Lecture where we can share the most up-to-date research works and discuss current issues of mutual interest.
- All abstracts must be submitted only via the congress website.
- Abstracts can be presented orally or as poster.
- All abstracts must be sent in pdf format (template below). The author should attach the abstract file in the system (maximum 4MB).
- It is the author’s responsibility to review the submissions and correct them. Please proofread your abstract before completing your submission.
- The system will only allow one abstract per registered author.
- The main author / presenter must register until March 31st, 2017.
- All abstracts must be submitted in English.
- After the submission, the confirmation letter will be automatically sent to the responsible author by e-mail. Please make sure that personal data registered are correct.
- The acceptance of abstracts will be notified to the responsible author by email.
- All abstracts must be related to the themes and subthemes proposed by IUPAC 2017.
- After submission, the abstract cannot be changed.
Themes and subthemes
1. Analytical & Food Chemistry (AC)
1.1 Chemometrics in Analytical Chemistry and Food Analysis
1.2 Spectroscopic Analytical Methods and Lasers in Analytical Chemistry
1.3 Advances in Separation Methods
1.4 (Bio)chemical Sensors
1.5 Flow Analysis: looking back and forward
1.6 Chemical Speciation Analysis and Foodomics
1.7 Advances in Electroanalysis
1.8 Mass Spectrometry in Organic and Inorganic Analysis
2. Chemical Education (CE)
2.1 Teaching chemistry for sustainability and diversity
2.2 Assessment in practical settings and technologically enhanced environments
2.3 Teaching chemistry in culturally diverse environments
2.4 Internalization of chemistry teaching, learning and curriculums
2.5 Public understanding and appreciation of chemistry
2.6 Chemistry curriculum development and evaluation
2.7 Developing skills and values through chemistry education
2.8 Teaching chemistry to students in special needs
2.9 Technology enhanced chemistry teaching and learning
2.10 Research and practice
2.11 Nature and history of chemistry education
2.12 Context oriented chemisty education.
3. Chemistry for Industry Innovation (CI)
3.1 Innovation Management and Funding Opportunities
3.2 Brasil’s Biorefinery, Industrial Strategy
3.3 Chalenges and Opportunities for the Chemical Industry
3.4 Industry / Academy / Research Centers relationship
3.5 Sustainable Chemical Industry: the raw material challenge
4. Chemical Synthesis (CS)
4.1 Total Synthesis of Biologically Active Natural Products
4.3 Structure, Function, Mechanisms and Processes
4.4 Synthetic Methods
5. Energy, Water and Environmental Sciences (EE)
5.1 New advances in metal-ion (Li, Na, Mg) batteries
5.2 Electrocatalysis, fuel cells, metal-air batteries
5.3 Material Chemistry for Electrochemical capacitors
5.5 Solar cells for the future
5.6 Electrolysis, hydrogen production and CO2 reduction
5.7 Organic and inorganic contaminants in the environment: occurrence, sources, fate and impacts
5.8 Trace elements cycling, processes and fluxes across interfaces
5.9 Fate of Pesticides in Latin American Environments
5.10 Environmental impact of emerging technologies (E-waste- an emerging global challenge and Global Environmental Challenges of Nanomaterials)
6. Green Chemistry and Biotechnology (GB)
6.1 Renewable Energies
6.2 Biomass Processing
6.3 Carbon Dioxide Capture and Utilization
6.4 Green Methods in Organic Synthesis
6.5 Valorization of Industrial Waste and Biomass Residues
6.6 Biorefinery Technologies
7. Inorganic and Structural Chemistry (IC)
7.1 Bioinorganic chemistry
7.2 Functional inorganic materials
7.3 Advances in Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry
7.4 Solid State Chemistry
7.5 Application of inorganic chemistry in synthesis
7.7 Crystal Engineering
8. Macromolecules and Materials (MM)
8.1 Polymer synthesis – methodologies
8.2 Polymer synthesis – biopolymer and smart polymers
8.3 Functional polymers
8.4 Physical chemistry of polymers
8.5 Biomaterials and polymers in medicine
8.7 Colloids and self assembly of polymers
9. Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology (MB)
9.1 Drug Discovery for Neglected Diseases
9.2 Translating Basic Academic Research into Pharmaceutical Application
9.3 Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Novel Biologically Active Compounds
9.4 Genome Editing for Chemical Biology Research
9.5 Chemical Probes to Foster Chemical Biology Research - Pitfalls and Requirements
9.6 Computational Methods for Drug Design
9.7 Structure-Based Drug Design
9.8 Chemistry of Biological Oxidants in Health and Disease
10. Nano Science and Technology (NT)
10.1 Carbon nanostructures and nanocomposites: from 0D to 3D systems
10.2 Nanostructured materials for photonics, electronics and sensors
10.3 Theory, modeling, simulation and data science: tools for nanomaterials design
10.4 Organic, Inorganic and Hybrid nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and applications
10.5 Nanotechnologies for catalysis and environmental applications
10.6 Advanced materials from renewable resources: towards green sustainable nanochemistry
10.7 Nanomaterials for energy storage and conversion
10.8 Bionanomaterials: design, synthesis and application
11. Natural Products and Biodiversity (NB)
11.1 Biological and Pharmacological Activity of Natural Products
11.2 Chemical Ecology and Agrochemicals
11.3 Biosynthesis and Molecular Biology of Natural Products
11.4 Chemistry of Marine Organisms
11.5 Advanceds in Natural Products Chemistry Analytical Protocols
11.6 Omics Frontiers of Natural Products
12. Physical, Biophysical and Computational Chemistry (PC)
12.1 Theoretical Chemistry
12.2 Biophysical Chemistry
12.3 Physical-Chemistry of Self-Assembly
12.4 New Frontiers in Spectroscopy
12.5 Atmospheric Chemistry
All abstracts must be submitted until February 3rd, 2017.