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The 17th Joint Annual Conference of CSCST-SCI, co-organized by the University of Oxford, CSCST-UK (the Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology in the UK) and SCI-CS (the Society of Chemical Industry, Chinese UK Group), was successfully held in Oxford. The Conference was kindly supported by the Education Section and the Science & Technology Section of the Chinese Embassy in the UK, and SCICS. The conference chairs were Prof. Zhanfeng Cui and Dr. Zheng Jiang. The theme of the 17th CSCST conference was Chemical Science & Technology towards a Low-Carbon Economy. More than 140 researchers registered for the Conference and approximately 180 people from academic and industrial institutions attended the Conference. The attendees, including chemists, chemical engineers and biochemists, came from the areas of green chemistry, sustainable energy, materials, chemical engineering, environment protection, and industries. According to ...Read on
Encouraged by the success of the previous joint conferences organized by the Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology (CSCST-UK), and the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI), the 17th CSCST-SCI conference will be held in the University of Oxford on 9th October, 2010, with the theme Chemical Science & Technology towards a Low-Carbon Economy.
This annual conference aims to bring together scholars in the broad chemistry and chemicals-related fields from the UK, China and else of the world, to provide a platform for exchange of research ideas, progress and initiation of collaborations.
Selected papers for this conference will be recommended to in the special issue of Particuology for publication, subjecting to the normal peer review process. Complying with the exclusive publication rules, we will also arrange focus sections for specific topics on Journal of Environmental Sciences or Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology. Please submit an A4-size abstract (abstract template) to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachement. Please also indicate in the email your preferred type of presentation (oral or poster) and your personal information. Detailed requirements can be found here.
Conference Flyer in pdf.
15th September 2010 (Wedneday)
17th September 2010 (Friday)
Early Bird Registration
|1st October 2010 (Friday)|
|7th October 2010 (Thursday)|
|Conference Day||9th October 2010 (Saturday)|
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