The 7th SEC annual meeting took place from May 2-4, 2018 in Weimar. The venue for the Conference was the Leonardo Hotel in Weimar. 208 participants had registered for the Conference . The concept of a "conference hotel" instead of a congress center has proven its worth. Weimar was the Conference of short distances.
The participants rated the Conference as very good to excellent! The selection of lectures, the overall organization (SEC and GDCh conference team) and Weimar as the conference location (all with an average grade of 1.1!) Stand out in particular. With two exceptions, the average of all ratings is below 2.0. We have made a good choice with the Leonardo Hotel. The response rate for the reviews was approx. 50%!
A report on the Conference and selected photos will appear here shortly.
The lectures on the afternoon of May 2nd were supplemented in the evening by a Thuringian evening, a sociable get-together to get to know each other. After the lectures on Thursday morning (May 3), city and themed tours took place in Weimar in the afternoon. This was followed by a festive evening with an evening lecture (Dagmar Schipanski) and a banquet. On Friday morning (May 4th) there were lectures again, but this time with students whom we had invited with their teachers from the Weimar area.
Posters were presented throughout the event. They came from young chemists, young food chemists and seniors.
Many, but not all, presentations are available in PDF format. If you are interested, send an email to Wolfgang Gerhartz
|Chemistry as a problem solver for global change: from seniors and juniors||Markus Antonietti|
|World economy without fossil fuels: illusion, vision and reality - securing mobility in an aging society||Martin Bertau|
|Possibilities of cancer therapy in old age with targeted drugs||Andrew's high-rise|
|Plastic batteries for future generations||Ulrich S. Schubert|
|From the depths of the mountains to the misty stars of space - Goethe and the natural sciences*||Volker Hesse|
|Artificial bodies from the retort - solutions for an aging society||Thomas Scheper|
|Demographic change - a major challenge for modern biomedical diagnostics||Jurgen Popp|
|Consolidation in the pharmaceutical industry||Axel Kleeman|
|Evolution in synthesis: A new generation of manufacturing processes combining chemo- and biocatalysis||Harald Gröger|
|Research and education for shaping Germany's future - our generational mission||Dagmar Schipanski|
|Chemical defenses in leaf beetles: a model system for evolution and adaptation||William Boland|
|Possibilities of detecting doping-relevant substances in youth and senior sports||Mario Thevis|
|Dude, they shrunk the lab||Detlef Belder|
|Chili - some like it hot - even in old age?||Klaus Roth|
* The publication by Volker Hesse "Goethe's Jena Natural Science Teachers and Partners" is largely identical to the lecture by V. Hesse. It can be ordered for a nominal fee of 3 euros from the Institute for the History of medicine at the University of Jena; Email address: email@example.com.
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