Chemistry is a broad, diverse and multidisciplinary field. It is involved in every other science as a foundation. Accordingly, chemistry has a unique role to play in achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs). This session aims to bring together academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of chemistry and related fields. There are four sub-sessions of chemistry, each of which is widely spread into many areas of study.
Analytical chemistry has expanded as a multidisciplinary field crossing borders between chemistry, materials science and biology. The enormous challenges in securing our future needs for food safety, protecting human safety and health, the environment, and clinical diagnostics requires us to rethink and optimize processes. The rapid development of analytical methods and instrumentation enables diverse applications. Therefore, this sub-session welcomes presentations from fundamental to applied research related to sample preparation, chromatographic methods, environmental chemistry, spectroscopic analysis, electro-analytical chemistry, chemical- and bio-sensors, and modern analytical techniques.
To celebrate the International Year of Basic Science for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD2022), “Basic sciences are the sine qua non for sustainable development”. In this sub-session we will showcase the breadth of Inorganic Chemistry, with a particular focus on how advances in fundamental inorganic chemistry (from synthesis to characterization to computational) enhance the impact of innovations for real world applications. The scope for this sub-session will include catalysis, bioinorganic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, coordination polymers, magnetic and luminescent complexes to clusters and nanoparticles.
Organic & Medicinal Chemistry
Organic and medicinal chemistry has been defined collectively as a hybrid discipline of many other subjects, particularly biology, chemistry, medicine and pharmacy. Contributions should be related to natural product chemistry, medicinal chemistry, chemical biology, chemical synthesis, synthetic organic chemistry, computational chemistry and drug design.
Physical & Theoretical Chemistry
Nowadays, numerous physical and theoretical chemistry research can support and drive the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Hence, the physical and theoretical chemistry sub-session would like to share new knowledge, ideas, technologies, innovations, and applications for sustainable development from research areas of physical chemistry, theoretical chemistry, physical transformations, electrochemistry, quantum chemistry, computational chemistry, spectroscopy, photochemistry, chemical physics, biophysical chemistry, surface chemistry, colloids, and chemical kinetics.