A.N. Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds (INEOS) invites you to attend the International conference «Chemistry of Organoelement Compounds and Polymers 2019», which will be held in Moscow, Russia, on 18-22 November 2019. This Conference is dedicated to the 65th anniversary of INEOS and the 120th anniversary of its founder academician Alexander N. Nesmeyanov. The Conference has become a well-established international forum for the chemistry of organoelement and macromolecular compounds. Potential topics range from synthesis, structure, properties, and reactivity of new compounds, their application in catalysis, materials science and biomedicine.
The conference program will include plenary lectures (30 min), oral (20 min) and poster presentations. Tentative program.
Valentine P. Ananikov (Russia) «Dynamic Catalytic Systems for Advanced Synthetic Applications»
Irina P. Beletskaya (Russia) «Recent Advances in Catalysis of Organic Reactions»
Natalia V. Belkova (Russia) «Non-covalent Interactions in Stoichiometric and Catalytic Reactions of Metal Hydrides»
Paul J. Chirik (USA) «Iron Catalyzed Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions»
Christophe Copéret (Siwtzerland) «Beyond Single-Site Catalysts through Surface Organometallic Chemistry»
Chunming Cui (China) «Synthesis of ene-Diamido Rare Earth Complexes and Their Catalytic Applications»
Yong Cui (China) «Design and Synthesis of Chiral Covalent Organic Frameworks»
Vadim Davankov (Russia) «50 Years of Hypercrosslinked Polystyrene: from a Non-Trivial Idea to Industrial Applications»
Vladimir P. Fedin (Russia) « Metal-Organic Frameworks: Chemical Design and Multifunctional Properties»
Sjoerd Harder (Germany) «Alkaline Earth Metal Organometallics: from Polymerization to Catalysis»
Guo-Xin Jin (China) «Organometallic Macrocycles, Cages and Their Application»
Gediminas Jonusauskas (France) «Electronic Energy Storage: Molecular Dyads, Nanoparticles, Molecular Machines»
Alexei R. Khokhlov (Russia) «Polymers in Supercritical Media: Synthesis, Modification, and Processing»
Burkhard König (Germany) «Visible Light Photocatalysis for Organic Synthesis»
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski (USA) «Billion Times More Active ATRP Catalysts and Benign Initiation Systems»
Vladimir F. Mironov (Russia) «Current State of Chemistry of Pentacoordinated Phosphorus Compounds»
Martin Möller (Germany) «Active and Passive Mesoscale Structures by Comb Copolymers»
Bill Morandi (Switzerland) «Shuttle Catalysis – a Conceptual Blueprint for Reversible Functional Group Transfer»
Steven P. Nolan (Belgium) «Easy Access to Metal-N-Heterocyclic Carbene Catalysts»
Rinaldo Poli (France) «Homolytically Weak Metal-Carbon Bonds and the Persistent Radical Effect in Metal-Mediated Radical Polymerization»
Armando J. L. Pombeiro (Portugal) «Alkane Functionalization, the Avenir of a New Era in Organic Synthesis?»
Oleg A. Rakitin (Russia) «Heteroannulated Acceptors for Use in Organic Photovoltaic Devices»
Sergei S. Sheiko (USA) «Bottlebrush Bridge between Soft Gels and Firm Tissues»
Maria Vamvakaki (Greece) «Functional and Responsive Polymer Modified Inorganic Nanoparticles»
Tsutomu Yokozawa (Japan) «Intramolecular Catalyst Transfer on Functional Groups»
Official language: English
No registration fee is required.
Conference secretary: Dmitry A. Loginov e‐mail: Fax +7‐499‐135‐50-85 Address: Vavilov Str. 28, Moscow, 119991 Russia
Nesmeyanov Special Issue of Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. We are pleased to announce that we are going to organize a special issue of Journal of Organometallic Chemistry on the theme "Organoelement Compounds and Polymers" that will be dedicated to the 120th anniversary of Alexander N. Nesmeyanov. We are inviting all participants to contribute to this special issue. Articles, Communications, Notes, that describe your original results, as well as Reviews will be welcome. This Special Issue of Journal of Organometallic Chemistry will consider reports focused on chemistry and applications of organoelement compounds and polymers, including homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, biomedical and supramolecular chemistry.
Deadline for manuscript submission: December 31, 2019.
You can submit your manuscripts at this link. When you are queried "Choose Article Type", please select "VSI: Nesmeyanov – Adams 2019" to insure including your report in this particular special issue.
All submitted manuscripts will go through normal peer review process per journal standard. Papers will be published individually in the earliest possible regular volumes upon their acceptance, which ensures fast publication speed for individual authors. Meanwhile, the special issue will be opened and hosted at ScienceDirect page of this journal, and gradually built up with individual accepted articles as far as they published online. This procedure offers fast publication speed for authors, and also collection of all accepted papers together under the special issue.