GDCh - German Chemical Society
The German Chemical Society (German Chemical Society), whose predecessor organization was already established in 1867, has more than 30,000 members today and thus is the largest German chemical association.
CCS - Chinese Chemical Society
The Chinese Chemical Society, established in 1932, with approx. 50,000 members is the largest Chinese chemical association.
The Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposia are funded and co-organized by the Sino-German Center for Research Promotion in Beijing.
The German Chemical Society , together with the Chinese Chemical Society (CCS), organized the seventh Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium for young scientists. 20 invited young researchers from China and Germany presented their research work in Munich under the title ?Learning from Nature? and discussed possible Sino-German cooperation projects. The meeting was supported by the Sino-German Center for Science Promotion in Beijing.
The German Chemical Society , together with the Chinese Chemical Society (CCS), organized the sixth Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium for young scientists. 20 invited young scientists from China and Germany presented their research work in Shanghai under the title ?Exploring New Pathways: From Nature to Technology? and discussed possible Sino-German cooperation projects. The meeting was supported by the Sino-German Center for Science Promotion in Beijing.
For the fifth time, the German Chemical Society, together with the Chinese Chemical Society (CCS), organized the ?Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium? for young scientists.
GDCh Managing Director Wolfram Koch welcomed the participants to the opening in the Science Forum on Gendarmenmarkt. In a brief review, he paid tribute to the series that has now become a tradition: since 2006, five meetings have already taken place every two years, alternating in Germany and China. The idea for the exchange goes back to a meeting of the then CCS and GDCh presidents Chunli Bai and Henning Hopf in Beijing in 2004.
Christian Hackenberger (Berlin), together with Huaping Xu (Beijing) Head of the scientific committee, had thematically divided the lecture program into three exciting sessions, all of which were encompassed by the title of the symposium: "Meeting Challenges in Chemistry and Chemical Biology ..." "... by Efficient Synthetic Methods and Catalytic Processes ?,?? by Advanced Materials and Building Blocks ?and finally?? by Insight and Control of Complex Systems ?.
As at previous meetings, the main symposium was followed by three satellite meetings at the Berlin university locations FU, HU and TU. Another highlight was the presentation of a special issue by Chemistry - An Asian Journal with over 40 invited contributions from former and current Sino-German participants.
The Sino-German Center for Science Promotion in Beijing and the companies BASF SE, Clariant Produkte (Deutschland) GmbH, Merck KGaA, Sanofi-Aventis Deutschland GmbH and Wacker AG supported the symposium.
40 German and Chinese young scientists * discussed "New Tools in Chemistry" at the fourth Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium from 3.-7. September 2012 in Beijing and at three satellite meetings in Hefei, Dalian and Suzhou. GDCh Vice President Professor Michael Dröscher was present at the opening of the symposium in Beijing.
The scientific lectures and discussions highlighted current developments in the areas:
? Green and Sustainable Chemistry
? Catalytic Transformations
? Smart materials
? New Advances in Chemistry and Biology of Natural Products
? New Tools for Chemical Biology / Proteomics
? Analytical Tools in Chemistry and Beyond
In addition, the symposium offered the participants the opportunity for personal exchange and possibly set the starting point for future Sino-German cooperation.
The GDCh and the Chinese Chemical Society (CCS) have been organizing such a joint symposium every two years, alternately in China and Germany, to which young scientists from both countries are invited.
The organizers thank the Sino-German Center for Science Promotion and the companies BASF SE, Merck KGaA and Wacker Chemie AG for financial support of the symposium.
The 3rd Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium was held in Kloster Seeon, Germany, from August 11-15, 2010. The meeting's five session topics - all of which dealing with topics of outstanding interest for the future of chemistry and society - were presented in 30 invited talks and 26 invited posters. The participants were chosen primarily based on their achievements in these topics and in particular young colleagues were given the opportunity to network and benefit from emerging collaborations from the start of their independent careers. In addition to these participants from academia several representatives of the major chemical companies attended the meeting. Further time for interaction and scientific exchange was provided at the respective satellite meetings, which took place in Munich, Konstanz and Berlin on August 15-16, 2010.
The 2nd Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium was held in Beijing, China from October 5 - 8, 2008. 30 early career German chemical scientist (age 40 or younger) were invited to meet together with an equal number of Chinese counterparts to discuss the newest developments in the chemical sciences. Topics like Supramolecular Chemistry, Functional Self-assembled Materials, Chemical Biology, Bio-NanoHybrids and Chemical Approaches to Nanotechnology were presented in oral contributions and posters.
In connection with the symposium three satellite meetings from October 9 to 11, 2008 were organized: Topic: Otpoelectronic Functional Polymers and Plastic Optoelectronies
Venue: Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Changchun Topic: Supramolecular Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Venue: State Key Laboratory of Elemento-organic Chemistry, Nankai University in Tianjin Topic: Chemical Physical Properties of Surface Nanostructures and Related Nanomaterials
Venue: State Key Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces at Xiamen University
The Chinese Chemical Society (CCS) and the German Chemical Society (GDCh - German Chemical Society) organized the 1st Sino-German Frontiers of Chemistry Symposium in Kloster Seeon, Germany, from July 19 to 23, 2006. 30 early career Chinese chemical scientists ( age 40 or younger) were invited to meet together with an equal number of German counterparts to discuss the newest developments in the chemical sciences. Topics like catalysis, sensors, drug development, nanomaterials, chemical biology and sustainable chemistry were presented in oral contributions and in two poster sessions.
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