21st International Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry (21stISFC) #

Website of the event: http://www.fluorine-como2015.eu

The 21st International Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry (21stISFC) will be organized jointly with the International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies 2015 (ISoFT’15) in Como (Italy) from 23rd to 28th August 2015.

This joint event is under the patronage of the Universal Exposition EXPO 2015 (metropolitan area of Milano, from 1st May to 31st October, 2015, http://www.expo2015.org/en/index.html).

The scientific program in Como will cover all important issues related to fluorine chemistry and technologies. The unique and useful properties of this element, and of the compounds and materials containing it, will be addressed during the sessions of the event. The Symposia will consider the impact of fluorinated products in Medicine and Health (including drugs, drugs delivery, and diagnosis), in Energy Production and Storage (spanning from fuel cells to lithium batteries), and in responsive and adaptive materials (comprising metamaterials and ultra-performing materials). Other topics, from the use of fluorine in agrochemicals to the impact of fluorinated product in the biosphere and atmosphere, will be addressed. The overall aim will be to tackle all areas where fluorinated derivatives impact with a focus on New Technologies for a Sustainable Development and a Global Stewardship.

Both oral and poster contributions are welcome on subjects within the scope of the symposia. Further details are available in the website of the event http://www.fluorine-como2015.eu.

The Symposia will take place on one of the most fascinating lakes in the world and the beauty of the location will help to leave unforgettable memories to the participants. The scenery of the Como Lake along with the level of the scientific program of 21stISFC-ISoFT’15 will be for you an inspiring and unique experience.

Como Symposia

Academia Europaea
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