The Beilstein-Institut organizes and supports scientific exchange between researchers by regularly held symposia. The number of participants is limited providing a convivial atmosphere for the ready exchange of thoughts and ideas.
Organic photocatalysis is certainly one of the synthesis tools which have the potential to change the face of organic chemistry. The diverse communities who are working on new organic reactions, synthesizing new photocatalysts or designing devices and processes to optimize the chemical engineering of photocatalysis are intended to meet and exchange the newest information out of their research lab.
The goal of this symposium is to identify and discuss translational trends and associated barriers in selected fields of nanomedicine that have particular promise for disruptive biotechnologies in the next decade. The contributors will be an interdisciplinary group of scientists ranging from engineers and basic scientist in nanotechnology to clinicians.
This Beilstein Nanotechnology Symposium wants to bring together tribologists from different disciplines such as physics, chemistry, and materials science in order to further develop the molecular picture of tribological processes and to contribute to the development of materials and methods for friction reduction, wear protection, and lubrication.
The aim of this Beilstein Symposium is to bring together research scientists, data scientists, publishers, funders and other interested parties to review critically their needs and concerns and discuss how they see the future developing in the context of the highly interconnected, data driven lab of the future and the new infrastructures that are being set up.
The interest to use mechanical forces for inducing chemical reactivity has continuously risen. Understanding the mechanistic aspects of microscopic and macroscopic mechanochemistry is of paramount importance to control chemical reactivity, facilitate otherwise unachievable reactions and to apply mechanochemical techniques in process development. At this symposium experts in the area will bridge the boundaries of their fields to consolidate various aspects of mechanochemistry.