ATHENS SUMMER SCHOOL ON ORGANIC SYNTHESIS 2022 (ASSOS 2022)
ATHENS SUMMER SCHOOL ON ORGANIC SYNTHESIS 2022 (ASSOS2022)
2nd International Young Investigator Symposium on Organic Synthesis
7-9 July 2022
The Athens Summer School on Organic Synthesis 2022 (ASSOS2022) and the International Young Investigator Symposium will be the second of a series of Summer School events, hosted in Athens, Greece. The mission of the ASSOS 2022 is to provide PhD students, MSc students, junior researchers and in general participants from both academia and industry, with the most recent advances in the field of Organic Synthesis, introducing hot and emerging areas of Organic Chemistry.
ASSOS 2022 will be dedicated to new and sustainable methodologies and technologies, discussing cutting-edge, both emerging and established hot topics of research in Organic Synthesis. Particular interest will be given to green, environmentally friendly and sustainable methodologies that could find applications in chemical industry, including pharmaceutical industry and fine chemical industry. The School is organized into thematic sessions, each of them constructed around a series of lectures.
Mechanochemistry – Sustainable Applications in Organic Chemistry
Photochemistry – Solar and Visible Light Synthesis
Continuous Flow Synthesis – Emerging Applications in Pharmaceutical Industry
Advances in Synthetic Methodology for Drug Discovery
The summer school targets to be an international event, where researchers from all over the world will come together, explore and discuss hot topics of Organic Synthesis. Bringing together young and experienced researchers is expected to create strong bonds between organic synthetic chemists and to flourish new ideas and collaborations on the particular topics of the summer school.
The ASSOS 2022 summer school will run on July 7-9, 2022, as a face to face event.
Prof. Christoforos Kokotos (University of Athens, Greece)
Prof. Victoria Magrioti (University of Athens, Greece)
Prof. Dimitris Georgiadis (University of Athens, Greece)
Prof. Alexadros Zografos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Prof. Constantinos Athanassopoulos (University of Patras, Greece)
Prof. Anastasia Detsi (National and Technical University of Athens)
Prof. George Kokotos (University of Athens, Greece)
Dr. Ierasia Triandafillidi (University of Athens, Greece)