• Event Date
  • April 12-14, 2023
  • Event Location
  • Budapest, Hungary
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Welcome to WCF-2023

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are proud to announce that World Chemistry Forum 2023 (WCF-2023) will be held during April 12-14, 2023 in Budapest, Hungary. On this honorable occasion, WCF-2023 organizing committee with great honor extend you a warm invitation to attend in this significant event.

WCF-2023 will mainly focus on these 4 hot areas of Catalysis, Analytical Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry and Frontiers and Applications of Chemistry this year. The program will be comprised of plenary forum and 23 breakout sessions from the basic research to their current application.

Through oral presentations, posters, panel discussion and colorful social activities, it aims to provide a grand platform for the professionals, decision makers and students from the area of Chemistry to share their research achievement and indulge in interactive discussions and technical program at the event. There will be also a space for companies and institutions to present their technology, service, products, and innovations.

Due to the global pandemic of COVID-19, WCF-2023 is built to hold in the combination of online and offline meeting. We sincerely welcome international speakers who are interested in the conference joining us by online meeting!

The organizing committee believe that WCF-2023 will be a success and fruitful conference for all the participants. Wish you all have a wonderful experience in Budapest!

HONORARY CHAIRMAN

Dr. George Kaptay, Professor of University of Miskolc, Hungary; Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN
Dr. László Kótai, Senior Researcher, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

PLENARY KEYNOTES

Speech Title: Nanowire (Bio)photoelectrochemistry
Dr. Peidong Yang, Professor, University of California, Berkeley, USA; Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; Member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences; Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Speech Title: Novel Materials and Processes for Carbon-and-energy-intensive Industrial Decarbonisation
Dr. Yulong Ding, Professor, University of Birmingham, UK; Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

 

Speech Title: Nanomaterials for Application in Biomedicine and Material Engineering
Dr. Michael Giersig,
Professor, Free University of Berlin, Germany; Foreign Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences

 

 

SESSION KEYNOTES

Speech Title: ATP Synthase: An Enzyme Beyond a mere Biological Catalyst
Dr. Cherif Matta, Professor, Mount Saint Vincent University, Canada

Speech Title: Chemical Lithography and Surface Engineering with Monomolecular Templates
Dr. Michael Zharnikov, Professor, University of Heidelberg, Germany

 

 

 PROGRAM

Plenary Forum & Forum 1: Catalysis
Forum 1-1: Advanced Research of Catalysis
Forum 1-2: Catalytic Theory and Mechanisms
Forum 1-3: Metallic Catalysis
Forum 1-4: Photocatalysis
Forum 1-5: Electrocatalysis
Forum 1-6: Catalytic Materials, Methodologies and Technologies
Forum 1-7: Catalysis for Environment, Energy and Industry
Forum 2: Analytical Chemistry
Forum 2-1: New Analytical Methods and Technologies
Forum 2-2: Mass Spectrometry and Chromatography
Forum 2-3: Advanced Spectroscopy Technologies
Forum 2-4: Analytical Chemistry: Developments and Applications
Forum 3: Medicinal Chemistry
Forum 3-1: Drug Discovery and Development
Forum 3-2: Drug Formulation and Drug Delivery
Forum 3-3: Drug Design and Synthesis
Forum 4: Frontiers and Applications of Chemistry
Forum 4-1: Surface Chemistry
Forum 4-2: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Forum 4-3: Photochemistry and Electrochemistry
Forum 4-4: Chemical Synthesis
Forum 4-5: Nanomaterials and Nanochemistry
Forum 4-6: Polymer Chemistry
Forum 4-7: Green Chemistry and Technology
Forum 4-8: New Energy Materials and Devices
Forum 4-9: Environmental Chemistry
Young Scientist Forum

 ABOUT BUDAPEST

Budapest, city, capital of Hungary, and seat of Pest megye (county). The city is the political, administrative, industrial, and commercial centre of Hungary. The site has been continuously settled since prehistoric times and is now the home of about one-fifth of the country’s population. Once called the “Queen of the Danube,” Budapest has long been the focal point of the nation and a lively cultural centre. The city straddles the Danube (Hungarian: Duna) River in the magnificent natural setting where the hills of western Hungary meet the plains stretching to the east and south. It consists of two parts, Buda and Pest, which are situated on opposite sides of the river and connected by a series of bridges.
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