Welcome to the 2014 Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society
On behalf of the Division of Fundamental Research of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS), we are pleased to invite you to the Fall Meeting of the Swiss Chemical Society on September 11, 2014. This year’s Fall Meeting is organized by ETH Zürich and the University of Zürich; the event will take place at the University of Zürich Irchel campus, the location of the Fall Meetings of 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008.
The Swiss Chemical Society Fall Meeting is the largest annual scientific event in Switzerland. It offers a unique opportunity for graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and scientists of all levels, from both, academia and industry, to share the results of their research projects. It also stimulates the exchange of ideas between all generations of chemists, often creating the seeds for new projects and collaborations.
One of the highlights of this year’s Fall Meeting will be the Paracelsus Award Lecture by Nobel Laureate Prof. Richard R. Schrock (MIT). The Scientific Program will offer invited and contributed lectures as well as poster presentations in the following fields:
- Analytical Sciences
- Catalysis Science & Engineering
- Computational Chemistry
- Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
- Medicinal Chemistry & Chemical Biology
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Polymers, Colloids & Interfaces.
The period for abstract submissions is over. You can register as participant via the button below. Please note that you have to pay the registration fee in cash at the registratin desk on September 11.
As in past meetings, there will be a jury to select the best poster presentations and oral contributions in each session, for which prizes will be awarded. We will also have a Commercial Exhibition.
We encourage you to come to Zürich to present your research and to be part of a vibrant meeting. We look forward to seeing you!
Hans P. Lüthi, ETH Zürich Philippe Renaud, University of Bern
Ferdinand Wild, University of Zürich Chairman, SCS Divison Fundamental Research
Fall Meeting Organizers