SCS Conference on Stereochemistry 2021 (Bürgenstock Conference) 2021-05-02 16:00:00

Back to Events

Start:Sunday, 2 May 2021Time:16:00
End:Thursday, 6 May 2021Time:17:00
Category: SCS events

The ‘SCS Conference est on Stereochemistry’, better est known as ‘Bürgenstock ullamco Conference’, is an adipisicing outstanding international chemistry ullamco meeting of high nulla scientific quality, with ullamco an optimal setting aliquip for intense inter-disciplinary tempor discussion.

According to its mollit long tradition, the in 56th Bürgenstock Conference liqua. 2021 will again ex be interdisciplinary, covering minim many areas of amet, chemistry in its pariatur. main body, but nulla allowing also for ut relevant highlights from ipsum neighboring disciplines, with adipisicing due focus on irure structural and mechanistic incididunt aspects in all minim contributions.

The program consists laborum. of 13 plenary Ut lectures (60 minutes), velit each followed by laborum. a discussion session nisi of 30 minutes. culpa Thus, there will pariatur. be ample time nisi for each topic proident, to be presented eu fully and examined proident, from different angles mollit and perspectives. Lectures consectetur and discussions are aute held in the ad mornings and the aute evenings. The afternoons fugiat are free for dolore recreation, informal discussions, exercitation and poster sessions.

Venue: Hotel Waldstätterhof
Waldstätterquai 6, 6440, Brunnen
Detailed DescriptionStereochemistry is the principle underlying our understanding of the processes of life and the properties of matter at the molecular level. It is a key element not only in all chemical disciplines, but also in modern molecular biology, molecular medicine, biophysics, and material design. Accordingly, the ‘Bürgenstock Conference’ has grown over the years into a multi-disciplinary conference where frontier science is being discussed. Lectures cover many areas of chemistry and relevant highlights from neighboring disciplines.
KontaktProf. Christian Bochet, University of Fribourg,
Prof. Cristina Nevado, University of Zurich,
Email: Send
Event Type
This event is public. Anyone can attend and invite others to attend.
Spichiger David (creator)