We inform you that a schedule of oral and poster presentations is available on the conference website.
On behalf of the Organising Committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to attend Mendeleev-2017, the 10thinternational conference for young chemists, which will be held from 4th to 7th April at Saint Petersburg State University. Mendeleev-2017 will provide young chemists (aged under 35) an opportunity to present their research and meet scientists working in various fields of chemistry.Official languages of the conference: Russian and English.
The scientific program will consist of plenary lectures given by the leading world scientists and oral and poster presentations of young chemists. Confirmed plenary speakers are akad. RAS, (Moscow State University), corr. memb. RAS, (Far Eastern Federal University, Mayak Production Association), (Director of Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany), (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany), (Saint Petersburg State University).
The streams of the conference will be
- 1 - Chemistry and physics of nanostructures and nanomaterials more
Section 1. Chemistry and physics of nanostructures and nanomaterials
Relationship between the fundamental aspects of chemical synthesis, structural features of the nano-objects (structure, composition, morphology) and the physical properties of materials at the nanometer scale. Advances in the development of new methods of synthesis and creation of nanostructures for various purposes. Properties and application of nanomaterials.
Dr. A.A. Manshina,
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Dr. I.I. Tumkin,
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- 2 - Polymeric materials: methods of preparation and processing more
Section 2. Polymer materials: synthesis and processing
Molecular design of functional polymers. New approaches in polymer synthesis. Polymer composite materials.
Production of environmentally friendly polymer materials.
Dr. Ivan Zorin,
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Dr. Tatiana Shcherbinina,
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- 3 - Bioorganic and medicinal chemistry more
Section 3. Bioorganic and medicinal chemistry
Synthesis, chemical and biological studies of bioactive compounds. Rational design of compounds demonstrating desired biological profile, particularly drug and plant protector design. Investigation of molecular targets for therapy. Chemical aspects of drug-target interaction mechanisms. Structure – biological activity relationship studies.
Dr. Alexander Sapegin,
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- 4 - Computer modelling more
Section 4. Computer Modelling
Application of modern computational quantum chemical and molecular modeling methods for the study of chemical, physical and biological problems and for design of new materials with valuable properties (ab initio and semi-empirical calculations, density functional theory, molecular mechanics, molecular dynamics, statistical mechanics, cheminformatics, bioinformatics, molecular design).
Dr. Alexander S. Novikov,
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Elena V. Andrusenko,
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- 5 - Modern methods of analytical chemistry more
Section 5. Modern methods in analytical chemistry
Separation and pre-concentration. Chemical analysis and medicine. Automation of chemical analysis. Sensors in analytical chemistry. Hyphenated methods. The spectral and electrochemical methods. Analysis of food, biological fluids and environmental samples.
Dr. Christina Vakh,
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- 6 - Radiochemistry and radioecology more
Section 6. Radiochemistry and Radioecology
Fundamental issues of radiochemistry (nuclear chemistry, radioactivity and the interaction of radiation with matter, nuclear reactions)
Applied radiochemistry (recovery and concentration of radionuclides, determination of radionuclides, chemistry of actinide and transactinide elements, radioactive tracers, synthesis of labeled compounds)
Radiochemical technology and radioactive waste management (nuclear reactors, nuclear power plants, nuclear fuel, nuclear accidents and disasters, nuclear safety, fusion energy, spent nuclear fuel and the concept of its processing, radioactive waste management, nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear forensics)
Nuclear medicine (radiopharmaceuticals production, radiation therapy)
Biological effects of radiation (ionizing radiation and its influence on living organisms and plants)
Migration of radionuclides in the environment (features of radionuclides bioassimilation, natural and induced radionuclides in biological objects)
Radioactivity in space (cosmic radiation and cosmogeneous radionuclides)
Environmental safety of nuclear and radiation facilities (safety criteria, consequences of nuclear accidents for human health and environment, influence of nuclear explosions on the environment and health)
Dr. Maria D. Karavan,
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Ekaterina S. Stepanova,
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The 2nd school-conference “Directed design of molecules and materials with programmable properties”
We are glad to announce the 2nd school-conference “Directed design of molecules and materials with programmable properties”, which will be held jointly with A.E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry with support of Russian Scientific Foundation (grant №15-13-30031).