The Portuguese Chemical Society (SPQ), with the support of the Portuguese Electrochemical Society (SPE), has the great pleasure of inviting you to the 8th EuChemS Chemistry Congress (8ECC), to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from August 30 to September 3, 2020.
The 8ECC will be built under the unifying theme of Chemistry the Central Science, providing an exciting scientific program led by world class experts, and will focus on the central role of chemistry at the interfaces with biology, material and environmental sciences, both for the progress of humankind and for the solution of fundamental problems of modern societies.
This will be an excellent opportunity to enjoy Lisbon, a historic capita full of charm, with more than 800 years of culture blended with modern lifestyle.
The Lisbon Conference Centre, facing the Tagus river, is the perfect place to hold a unique event that will showcase the most recent advances of chemical sciences in Europe and around the world, and will allow fruitful discussions in every area of chemistry.
Luisa De Cola – Chair – France – Materials
Mário N. Berberan Santos – Co-Chair – Portugal – Spectroscopy/Physical Chemistry
Artur M. S. Silva – Portuguese Chemical Society – Portugal - Organic Chemistry – Synthesis
Alice Solda - European Young Chemists´ Network – Italy
Katharina M. Fromm, Switzerland – Inorganic chemistry and solids
Piotr Stepnowski, Poland - Analytical & Environmental Chemistry
Maria Lucia Curri, Italy – Nanostructured and multifunctional materials
Paolo Melchiorre, Spain – Catalysis and Photocatalysis
Roland Winter, Germany – Biophysical Chemistry
Rene Janssen, Netherlands – Energy
Oren Scherman, United Kingdom – Dynamic supramolecular assemblies
John Cassidy, Ireland - Analytical Chemistry and Instrumentation