ISGC 2015 was held in La Rochelle – Great as usual !

ISGC 2015 – INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF GREEN CHEMISTRY was held in La Rochelle – May 3-7, 2015.

Great as usual !

4 days, 24 Plenary Lectures, 298 scientific conferences, 6 sessions in parallel, 500 posters and 700 congress participants from 45 différents countries.

With the presence of  :

– Professor John WARNER, President, and Chief Technology Officer for the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, known as one of the founders of the field of Green Chemistry with Paul Anastas (12 Principles of Green Chemistry).

– Professor Martyn POLIAKOFF of the University of Nottingham and Professor Marc Fontecave from College de France and many industrials.

The Symposium was opened by Jean-François MACAIRE President of the Poitou-Charentes Region, Yves JEAN President of the University of Poitiers and Dominique MASSIOT Director of the CNRS Institute of Chemistry.

The chairmen of the Symposium were François JEROME and  Joel BARRAULT both  CNRS Directors of Research at IC2MP Institut de Chimie des Matériaux et Milieux de Poitiers.

ISGC2015 - François JEROME IC2MP, Pr John WARNER Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, Prof Martyn POLIAKOF University of Nottingham. © CNRS – Université de Poitiers.

ISGC2015 – François JEROME IC2MP, Pr John WARNER Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, Prof Martyn POLIAKOF University of Nottingham. © CNRS – Université de Poitiers.

The program remains available on the conference website.

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Welcome – ISGC 2015 / International Symposium on Green Chemistry.

L'équipe organisatrice ISGC2015. Assis au premier rang de gauche à droite Yves Jean Président de l'Université de Poitiers,  Jean Charles KHALIFA Université de Poitiers, Jean-François MACAIRE Président de la région Poitou-Charentes, Dominique MASSIOT Directeur de l'Institut de Chimie du CNRS, Joël BARRAULT Chairman ISGC2015 - CNRS - IC2MP. Debout au second rang, l'équipe organisatrice, Nassim SAYOUD, Marielle TAMIGNEY KENFACK, à la tribune François JEROME Chairman ISGC2015 -  CNRS - IC2MP  puis Caroline NORSIC, Maïté AUDEMAR, Clément JOURNOUX LAPP, Florent BOISSOU, Joakim DELAUX, Alban CHAPPAZ, David YAP, Ronan BEHLING, Houcine TOUATI doctorants IC2MP. © CNRS – Université de Poitiers

L’équipe organisatrice ISGC2015.
Assis au premier rang de gauche à droite Yves Jean Président de l’Université de Poitiers, Jean Charles KHALIFA Université de Poitiers, Jean-François MACAIRE Président de la région Poitou-Charentes, Dominique MASSIOT Directeur de l’Institut de Chimie du CNRS, Joël BARRAULT Chairman ISGC2015 – CNRS – IC2MP.
Debout au second rang, l’équipe organisatrice, Nassim SAYOUD, Marielle TAMIGNEY KENFACK, à la tribune François JEROME Chairman ISGC2015 – CNRS – IC2MP puis Caroline NORSIC, Maïté AUDEMAR, Clément JOURNOUX LAPP, Florent BOISSOU, Joakim DELAUX, Alban CHAPPAZ, David YAP, Ronan BEHLING, Houcine TOUATI doctorants IC2MP. © CNRS – Université de Poitiers

Welcome

In May 2013, you were many scientists to attend the 2nd International Symposium on Green Chemistry (ISGC-2). This scientific event was a real success with more than 550 participants (including 21% from industry) from 37 different countries. Through 150 conferences/oral communications and 330 posters, ISGC-2 provided a large focus on the past, future and challenges of Green Chemistry and received fantastic media coverage. As mentioned by Paul T. Anastas at the occasion of the symposium opening ceremony, ISGC-2 was the international rendez-vous for green chemistry in 2013.
Under the impulsion of many industrial and academic delegations, we decided to organize a novel edition. In this context, on the behalf of the International Advisory Board, the Organizing Committee warmly invites you to participate to the 3rd International Symposium on Green Chemistry that will be held from May 3rd-7th 2015 in La Rochelle, FRANCE.

For this third edition, we aim at widening the scope of the symposium to other fields of green chemistry. In particular, ISGC-2015 will cover nine general topics related to 1. biomass conversion, 2. clean hydrogen production, 3. alternative solvents, 4. waste, 5. polymers and materials, 6. atom-economy synthesis, 7. eco-technology, 8. predictive methods and 9. environmental and ethical assessments. Each topic will be introduced by a plenary lecture delivered by an eminent scientist of the field. Apart from the lectures, ISGC-2015 will be organized around different parallel sessions (including invited keynotes and oral communications), posters, a round table and an exhibition area.

On the continuation of ISGC-2, a key objective of this third edition is to provide an environment that facilitates widespread interdisciplinary communication. To this end, ISGC-2015 should offer to public and private scientists an ideal platform for sharing fundamental knowledge with industrial research and development.

We hope you will enjoy this unique moment to share your vision about green chemistry with other countries and to contribute to the emergence of new and sustainable processes for a greener world.

We look forward seeing you at this occasion in this beautiful part of France
Sincerely yours.

Chairman of ISGC 2015

 

François JEROME et Joël BARRAULT IC2MP © CNRS – Université de Poitiers.

François JEROME et Joël BARRAULT Chaimen of ISGC-2 © IC2MP CNRS – Université de Poitiers.

For information about this conference click please visit the website:  http://www.isgc2015.com/index.php

Sarah Ruthven, Rédactrice en chef de Green Chemistry, Paul Anastas, Karine Vigier (IC2MP), François-Jérôme (IC2MP) photo ISGC-2 Mai 2013 © CNRS – Université de Poitiers.

Sarah Ruthven, Rédactrice en chef de Green Chemistry, Paul Anastas, Karine Vigier (IC2MP), François-Jérôme (IC2MP) photo ISGC-2 Mai 2013 © CNRS – Université de Poitiers.

 

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