Plenary Speakers

C. N. R. Rao,
JNCASR, India
M. Shibasaki,
Institute of Microbial Chemistry, Japan
S. Kitagawa,
Kyoto University, Japan
B. Feringa,
University of Groningen, The Netherlands
J. Maier,
MPI, Stüttgart, Germany
Kimoon Kim,
POSTECH, South Korea
B. Bagchi,
IISc., India
Horst Kessler,
Technische Universität München, Germany
Atta-ur-Rahman
Karachi University, Pakistan

 

The Organizing Committee of the 13th Eurasia Conference on Chemical Sciences sincerely thanks all the Delegates for participation in the Conference.  It was indeed a pleasure to have been able to host the Conference.  We again sincerely thank you all for participation and to make the Conference a grand success".

 
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Welcome

We are delighted to host the 13th Eurasia Conference in Chemical Sciences at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, during December 14-18, 2014. TheEurasia Conference series was started in 1988, and since then, it has travelled to several locations across the world; the two most recent ones were held in Jordan (2010) and Greece (2012). The Eurasia Conferences typically cover all contemporary topics of chemistry; the 13th conference in this series,likewise, will deal with a wide range of topics from chemistry of living systems to self-assembled functional materials, from spectroscopy to theoretical chemistry, from asymmetric synthesis to natural products and from energy-related materials to biomaterials. The conference will have several plenary lectures by world-renowned chemists from across the world; in addition, each session will have lead speakers who will set the tone for the session followed by invited talks from young upcoming researchers and oral presentations from a selected number of young researchers and students. The conference is being hosted by the Indian Institute of Science, which is one of the premier research institutions in India, having recently celebrated its Centenary. Bangalore, often considered the silicon valley of India because of the remarkably high concentration of IT industries, is also home to large number of research institutions, like Indian Space Research Organization, National Aerospace Laboratory, etc. In addition, several leading international chemical companies, like GE, SABIC, 3M, Biocon and Shell, have set up their global R & D centers here in Bangalore.  Bangalore, being about a kilometer above sea-level also enjoys comfortable climate throughout the year and has been often called the Garden City. The city has a number of high-end, as well as, budget hotels and hostel accommodation for the delegates and students. It is well-connected to several major European and Asian airline hubs, in addition to plenty of other transport means within the country. There are several attractions within the city, as well as, in the nearby places in few hours of drive by road. The Organizing Committee of the Eurasia13 looks forward to welcome you to Bangalore and the Indian Institute of Science.  We expect that Eurasia 13 would be a grand success with active participation from all major countries from Europe, Asia and rest of the Continents.

 

S. Chandrasekaran 

Chairperson

S. Ramakrishnan

  Chairperson

 

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