The 26th International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry
15–30 Nov 2022
General Organic Synthesis, Bioorganic, Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry, Microwave Assisted Synthesis, Polymer and Supramolecular Chemistry, Computational Chemistry
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Welcome from the Chair
Welcome to the 26th International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry.
Electronic conferences on synthetic organic chemistry (ECSOC) are a series of conferences maintained through the internet since 1997, an original initiative by MDPI, and later consolidated with the contribution of the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). Nowadays it constitutes the first and oldest electronic conference in the world. It maintains its character of free participation, with contributions considered as preliminary reports on edge achievements, and registration as a distinctive standard of the world wide web open access character.
Department of Chemistry “Ugo Schiff”, University of Florence, Italy
Andrea Trabocchi is Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Florence, Italy. He completed his PhD in Chemical Sciences at the University of Florence, a specialization in Clinical Biochemistry at the University of Rome-Tor Vergata, and received training on peptide chemistry at Imperial College, UK. Following post-doctoral activity at the University of Florence in combinatorial chemistry, he started an independent career at the same University with research interests in the fields of heterocyclic chemistry and small-molecule drug discovery. Medicinal chemistry projects involve peptidomimetic chemistry applied to oncology and infectious diseases, particularly focusing on the development of enzyme inhibitors. He is also involved in molecular imaging projects as the deputy director of a preclinical imaging center at the University of Florence. He has authored 96 papers and filed 4 patents on small-molecule synthesis and biomedical applications. Editorial appointments include three books on diversity-oriented synthesis, peptidomimetics, and small molecule drug discovery. He is an associate editor of Frontiers in Chemistry and a member of the editorial board of Molecules, Section Medicinal Chemistry.
Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Kotohiro Nomura finished his master studies in University of Tokyo (Prof. Y. Saito), and then joined as a research scientist in Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd in 1988. He received his Ph.D. in 1993 from Osaka University (Prof. N. Sonoda), and joined Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a postdoctoral fellow (Prof. R. R. Schrock). He once returned Sumitomo, and became an associate professor in Nara Institute of Science and Technology in 1998. Since 2010, he has been a full professor in Tokyo Metropolitan University. He has co-authored more than 300 publications, and his recent research focuses on design of molecular catalysts (especially Ti, V, Nb) for efficient carbon-carbon bond formation, and chemospecific organic transformations. He received three major awards in Japan: The CSJ Award for Young Chemists in Technical Development (1996), Catalysis Society of Japan Award (Industrial field, 2001), and Catalysis Society of Japan Award (Academic field, 2019).
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, USA
Haibo Ge received his Ph.D. degree in Medicinal Chemistry from The University of Kansas in 2006 and then moved to The Scripps Research Institute for his postdoctoral study. He began his independent academic career at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis in 2009 and relocated to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Texas Tech University in 2020. Research in his group is mainly focused on the development of novel methods for carbon–carbon and carbon–heteroatom bond formation reactions via transition-metal-catalyzed C–H functionalization.
Department of Fundamental and Applied Sciences for Engineering, Sapienza Università di Roma, Rome, Italy
Marta Feroci studied Chemistry at Sapienza University of Rome and completed her PhD in Organic Chemistry at the same university. She is a full professor of Chemistry at the Department of Fundamental and Applied Sciences for Engineering (SBAI) at Sapienza University. She is the author or co-author of more than 120 papers (Scopus; ORCID: 0000-0002-3673-6509). Her group’s main research topics are organic electrosynthesis, green synthetic methodologies (ionic liquids), electrogeneration of N-heterocyclic carbene from ionic liquids, and organocatalysis.
Rennes Institute of Chemical Sciences, Université de Rennes, France
Florence Mongin obtained her Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1994 from the University of Rouen (France) under the supervision of Prof. Guy Queguiner. After a two-year stay at the Institute of Organic Chemistry of Lausanne (Switzerland) as a postdoctoral fellow with Prof. Manfred Schlosser, she returned to the University of Rouen as an Assistant Professor in 1997. She took up her present position in 2005 as Professor at the University of Rennes (France) and was appointed Junior Member of the Institut Universitaire de France from 2009 to 2014. She has co-authored about 160 papers. Her scientific interests include the functionalization of aromatic compounds with recourse to bimetallic bases or combinations (e.g. lithium-zinc and lithium-copper), notably derived from 2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine. She is also involved in the development of synthetic approaches toward original polycyclic compounds possessing bioactivities.
Department of Physical Organic Chemistry, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg (ex Leningrad), Russian Federation
Dr. Alexander S. Novikov is a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Chemistry, Saint Petersburg State University, and Associate Research Professor and “Computational Chemistry” Group Leader at the Infochemistry Scientific Center, ITMO University in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He is an expert in the fields of quantum chemistry, computer modeling in chemistry, and supramolecular chemistry and co-author of more than 250 articles in reputable international scientific journals (Scopus ID: 50262902200, Web of Science ResearcherID: L-5001-2015). His research interests include theoretical studies in the following topics: cycloaddition and nucleophilic addition reactions, their mechanisms, driving forces, kinetics, and thermodynamics; consideration of the catalysis of hydrocarbons oxidation processes and their conversion to alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic acids; investigations of various unusual types of non-covalent interactions in organic, organometallic and coordination compounds. His main hobbies are psychology, languages (both natural and programming), history of the middle ages, hiking, and surfing (preferably mountains and plateaus of the Iberian Peninsula / Atlantic Ocean).
Institute of Organic Chemistry
Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Mario Waser was born in Steyr, Austria in 1977 and studied chemistry at JKU Linz, Austria where he obtained his Ph.D. in 2005 in the group of Prof. Heinz Falk. After a postdoctoral stay with Prof. Alois Fürstner (Max-Planck Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim, Germany), he spent two years as an R&D chemist working for DSM. In 2009 he started his independent career at JKU Linz and in 2014 he obtained his habilitation (venia docendi) and became Associate Professor. In 2020 he was promoted to Full Professor for Organic Stereochemistry and in 2021 he was appointed as the Head of the Institute of Organic Chemistry at JKU. His main research interests are on the design and application of asymmetric organocatalysts (i.e. quat. ammonium salt-based ion pairing catalysts) and on the development of asymmetric organocatalytic synthesis methods.
Departamento de Química Inorgànica, Universitat de València Valencia, Spain
Jose V. Ros-Lis is the Principal Researcher of the REDOLí research group. The group seeks to improve society through multidisciplinary, collaborative and applied research in the areas of recognition, sustainability, and innovation. He obtained his Ph.D. in 2005 at the Polytechnic University of Valencia with an Extraordinary Doctoral Thesis Award. From the beginning, his research activity has had a markedly interdisciplinary character as it corresponds to the development of chromofluorogenic chemical sensors, optoelectronic noses, and supramolecular and controlled release materials. In recent years this interest has led to the preparation of nanomaterials, nanozymes, the modulation of enzymatic activity with nanomaterials, and the use of microwaves as a source of energy. Author of around 60 publications in indexed international journals, h-index: 28. This scientific activity is complemented by his activity as Editor in Chief of the section of Applied Chemical Sensors of Chemosensors.
LAQV/REQUIMTE, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal
Dr. Ana M. G. Silva received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from UAveiro in 2002 and completed her graduation in Chemistry, Food Chemistry in 1997 at the same University. In 2003, she was awarded an FCT post-doctoral fellowship (SFRH/BPD/8374/2002) at UAveiro, where she acquired solid expertise in organic chemistry, particularly in porphyrin chemistry. During the Ph.D. and Post-doc periods, she carried out 3 internships with the research groups of Prof A. Dondoni (UFerrara, Italy) and Prof O. Kappe (UGraz, Austria), where she learned advanced strategies to synthesize carbohydrate derivatives and developed various microwave protocols related to the porphyrins derivatization. Since 2007, she holds a researcher position (with different contractual levels) at REQUIMTE, UPorto. While maintaining an interest in porphyrin chemistry, she started a new line of research dedicated to the synthesis, characterization, and development of strong bright xanthene fluorophores using sustainable chemistry approaches, for applications in medicine and environmental remediation. She authored/co-authored more than 70 papers in international peer-review journals (h-index of 25 with 1582 total citations), 3 section(s) of books, 1 patent(s) registered, and gave more than 40 oral presentations to international/national meetings. In 2016 she was congratulated as a coordinator of the project M-ERA-NET/0005/2014. AMGS is a member of Sociedade Portuguesa de Química (SPQ) and the Society of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (SPP).
Laboratoire d'Innovation Moléculaire et Applications (UMR 7042), ECPM - CNRS, Université de Strasbourg, Université de Haute Alsace, France
Pr. Philippe Compain received his Engineer degree in chemistry at CPE Lyon. In 1998, he was awarded the Dina Surdin Prize from the French Chemical Society for his Ph. D research on the synthesis of spiro alkaloids by way of 1,2-chirality transfer (group of Prof. J. Goré, University of Lyon I). After a postdoctoral stay at Montreal with Prof. S. Hanessian on hetero Diels-Alder reactions, he was appointed Chargé de Recherche (researcher) at CNRS in the group of Prof. O. R. Martin in Orléans. In 2008, he accepted a full professorship at the University of Strasbourg. He is now a Professor of Organic Chemistry at this University and at the European Engineering School of Chemistry, Polymers and Material Science (ECPM). His research interests span from the development of new synthetic methodologies to the synthesis of carbohydrate mimics of biological interest. He is co-editor of a book entitled Iminosugars: from synthesis to therapeutic applications (Wiley-VCH). In 2010, Pr. Compain has been made a Junior Member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF) and elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 2016. He is currently Vice President of the Groupe Français des Glycosciences (GFG, the French network in Glycoscience).
UMR 8181, Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide (UCCS), Univ. Lille, CNRS, Centrale Lille, Univ. Artois, France
Philippe ZINCK graduated from the National Institute of Applied Science in Lyon in 1995, where he also obtained his Ph.D. in 1999. He was then awarded an individual Marie Curie Fellowship for a post-doctoral position at the Weizmann Institute of Science. After post-doctoral stays at the Polytechnic Federal School of Lausanne and at the Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles de la Ville de Paris, he joined the Unity of Catalysis and Solid State Chemistry, the University of Lille in 2004 where he is currently Professor. His research interests focus on polymerization and catalysis for functional and biobased polymers.
Center of Chemistry (CQ), Campus of Gualtar, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
Susana Costa holds a Ph.D. in Sciences (Organic Chemistry) from the University of Minho since 1996. After a short period in industry and a post-doc at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Porto, she returned to the University of Minho where she is currently an Assistant Professor and a researcher at the Centre of Chemistry. Her research interests include the synthesis and application of unnatural amino acids and peptides/peptidomimetics with biological activity (antimicrobial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory), the design and application of (photo)responsive and nanoconstructed drug delivery systems construction and targeted probes for therapy/medical bioimaging, and the development of heterocyclic optical probes for bio applications. She has co-authored over 100 articles in specialized journals (h-index = 29, Orcid: 0000-0001-7915-4720). She is a member of the Sociedade Portuguesa de Química (SPQ), American Chemical Society (ACS) and affiliated in IUPAC.
Department of Organic Chemistry, Universitat de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Carlos Vila received his degree in chemistry (2005, Extraordinary Award for the Best Mark UVEG, and National Award from Spanish Education Ministry in 2005 ) and his Ph.D. (2010, Excellent Cum Laude) from Valencia University. In 2010, he joined the group of Prof. Rueping at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, for two years and 2 months as a postdoctoral researcher where he focused on photoredox catalysis and activation of allylic alcohols. In 2012, he started a two-year postdoctoral stay with Prof. Feringa (Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016) at Groningen University as a Marie Curie Fellow, working on cross-coupling reactions and asymmetric catalysis. In 2014, he returned to Valencia University as a "Juan de la Cierva" researcher. In 2017, he was appointed as a ‘Ramón y Cajal’ researcher at the Organic Chemistry Department of the University of Valencia. His research focuses on the development of new methodologies for the sustainable synthesis of organic compounds, especially heterocyclic compounds, through the use of asymmetric catalysis, organocatalysis, and/or photocatalysis
Dipartimento di Chimica, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milano, Italy
Fabio Ragaini is a full Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Milan University, where he did his complete career, except for a period as a visiting scientist at The Pennsylvania State University, with Prof. G. L. Geoffroy. He was the Coordinator of the Interdivisional Group of Organometallic Chemistry of the Italian Chemical Society and a chairman of the “XI Congress of the Organometallic Group of the Italian Chemical Society (CoGICO2014)”, Milano 2014. He is the author of 128 papers in scientific journals, a monograph entitled “Catalytic Reductive Carbonylation of Organic Nitro Compounds” (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997), 3 book chapters, and 3 patents. His works have collected more than 4300 citations (not including those of the monograph, whose number is not available). h-index = 42. He is in the list of the 100.000 most impacting scientists in all disciplines according to a balanced study published on PLOS Biology (Ioannidis, J. P. A.; Baas, J.; Klavans, R.; Boyack, K. W. "A standardized citation metrics author database annotated for scientific field" PLOS Biology 2019, 17, e3000384. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000384). His interests are mainly centered on organometallic chemistry and homogeneous catalysis, with a focus on reduction/carbonylation reactions of nitroarenes for the synthesis of both base (isocyanates, carbamates, ureas) and fine chemicals (nitrogen heterocycles) and on the synthesis and use of nitrogen ligands. Recently, he has also been involved in the development of cobalt and iron N-enriched graphitic catalysts.
UCL School of Pharmacy, University College London, London, UK
Mire Zloh was a Visiting Professor at the UCL School of Pharmacy until January 2021, when he took the position of a Teaching Fellow at the same institution. He holds the Emeritus Professor of Medicinal Chemistry with the University of Hertfordshire, where he was the Head of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Research Professor from January 2013 until September 2017. He also acts as Innovation Advisor to the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, University Business Academy in Novi Sad Serbia. His research interest is in the areas of computer-aided molecules, antimicrobial peptides, formulation design, and structural chemistry. Most notably, Prof. Zloh proposed that modulators of multidrug resistance might form complexes with substrates of efflux pumps to act as “escort” molecules and deliver drugs to the site of action, which may provide an additional route in the design of adjuvant therapies to treat infections by resistant bacteria. In efforts to develop polymer-based drug delivery systems, a method was developed to translate monomeric linear sequences into a fully atomistic model of a hyperbranched molecule. His research resulted in over 130 peer-reviewed articles (h- index 32).
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List of accepted submissions (128)
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Fe-catalyzed synthesis of 2-benzoxazolone - an important fragment of biologically active compounds
Submitted: 29 Sep 2022
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2-Benzoxazolone, as well as its derivatives, are valuable structural fragments of a number of important biologically active substances. Benzoxazolone derivatives are promising as antitumor, antimicrobial, antiretroviral, anticonvulsant, tranquilizing and insecticidal agents. 2-Benzoxazolone is usually produced by the condensation of o-aminophenol with urea, phosgene, and other carbonic acid derivatives. There are also methods for the synthesis of 2-benzoxazolone from salicylamide with trichloroisocyanuric acid as a chlorinating agent, from hydroxybenzoic acid using ammonium azide and Vilsmeier complex. The disadvantages of these methods are: the high cost of the initial reagents, the need to use aggressive and
New 2,6-Bis(5-phenyloxazolyl)pyridine Ligands for Luminescent LnIII Complexes
Submitted: 30 Sep 2022
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Lanthanide (Ln(III)) luminescent complexes have been attracting a lot of interest for technological applications and molecular imaging. The luminescence of Ln(III)) ions is weak and depends on the use of light absorbing coordination ligands which sensitizes the lanthanide ion. [1,2] A large variety of coordination ligands has been screened such as dipicolinates, oligopyridines, cyclen and crown ether derivatives, porphyrins, cryptands or calixarenes. 
In our research group we have developed an expeditious methodology to prepare bis(oxazolyl)pyridine ligands for LnIII from threonine and 2,6-pyridinedicarbonyl dichloride. In this work, two new pyridine-bis-oxazolyl ligands with an aromatic ring in position 5 of the oxazole ring (Figure 1) were prepared from phenylserine and 2,6-pyridinedicarbonyl dichloride. The photophysical properties of compounds 1 and 2 were studied in acetonitrile and in Tris-HCl buffer (0.1 M, pH 7.1). These compounds were used for complexation with Eu(III) and/or Tb(III) ions, and the photophysical properties of the complexes studied. Luminescence titrations with anhydrous EuCl3 and TbCl3 allowed the determination of the stoichiometry of the complexes and of the stability constants.
 A. Bettencourt-Dias, P. S. Barber, S. Bauer, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012, 134, 6987
 G. Pereira, M.F. Ferreira, E.M.S. Castanheira, J.A. Martins, P.M.T. Ferreira, Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2012, 3905
Rearrangement of imidazolidine to piperazine rings in the presence of DyIII
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Submitted: 23 Sep 2022
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The formation of imidazolidines from secondary amines and aldehydes is well known. This small cycle can act as nitrogen donor, and it is usually stable when it coordinates to metal ions. Sometimes, the imidazolidines as ligands undergo breaking of the C-N bond when coordinating to the metal centre, yielding related amines. However, the reorganisation of the imidazolidine to a piperazine ring is a quite unusual process. In this work, we describe the transformation of a zinc complex with a ligand containing two imidazolidine moieties into a zinc complex with two piperazine fragments as donors, in the presence of a dysprosium salt.
Density, Speed of Sound, and Refractive Index of Polyvinylpyrrolidone-K60 + N, N- Dimethylformamide / Dimethylacetamide Binary Mixtures at different Temperatures
Submitted: 26 Sep 2022
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Densities, speeds of sound, and refractive indices for the binary mixtures of Polyvinylpyrrolidone-K60 in N, N- Dimethylformamide, and in Dimethylacetamide solvents have been measured as a function of the different concentrations of the polymer at (298.15, 308.15, and 318.15) K temperatures. The thermo physical parameters such as the acoustic impedance, adiabatic compressibility, specific refraction, space-filling factor, and relaxation strength have been evaluated over the entire composition range the concentrations and temperatures based on the experimental data. The results are discussed and interpreted by comparison between the both studied systems.
Synthesis, Characterization and Molecular Docking of New Derivatives that Contain Thiazole Moieties and Study Antioxidant Properties
Submitted: 26 Oct 2022
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An important class of heterocyclic chemicals are thiazole derivatives, providing a wide spectrum of biological activities in the form of antibacterial and antifungal, anti-HIV, anti-hypertensive, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-convulsant, anti-depressant, and anti-tuberculosis acts. In this study we are prepared some novel derivatives from cetirizine impurity (A) by reacting 1-((4-chlorophenyl)(phenyl) methyl)piperazine with 2-chloro acetyl chloride to prepared 2-chloro-1-(4-((4-chlorophenyl) (phenyl) methyl)piperazin-1-yl)ethan-1-one (1) then reacting with 2-aminothiazole derivatives to prepare the derivatives (2-11) .The reaction was monitored by thin-layer chromatography (TLC) technique. All new compounds were characterized by melting points, elemental analysis, FT-IR, 1H-NMR, and 13C-NMR spectroscopy. The molecular docking of these derivatives was also determined as anti-breast cancer by docking of prepared derivatives with (PDB:3eqm) protein by use (MOE 2015 program) and study of their efficient as antioxidant.
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
University of Santiago de Compostela
University of Santiago de Compostela
Dr. Julio A. Seijas
Dr. M. Pilar Vázquez-Tato
Dr. Enrique Cabaleiro Lago
Dr. Noureddine Choukchou-Braham.
Dr. Arlene G. Corrêa.
Dr. Roman Dembinski.
Dr. Alessandra Durazzo
Dr. Rosario Fernández Fernández
Dr. Fernando Fernández Lázaro.
Dr. Simona Funar-Timofei.
Dr. Rocío Gámez Montaño.
Dr. Manik Ghosh.
Dr. Josef Jampílek.
Dr. Teodoro S. Kaufman
Dr. Rosa López Álvarez
Dr. Belén Martín-Matute
Dr. Anna P. G. Nikalje.
Dr Urja D. Nimbalkar
Dr. Cristian Ochoa-Puentes
Dr. Juan M. Ortigueira Amor.
Dr. Miguel A. Puertas-Mejía
Dr. Sébastien Prévost
Dr. Mar Ramos Gallego
Dr. Radomir N. Saičić
Dr. Claudio Santi.
Dr. Gustavo Seoanae
Dr. Miguel Angel Sierra.
Dr. Victor H. Soto Tellini
Dr. Magne Olav Synde
Dr. Thies Thiemann.
Call for Participations
The Electronic Conferences on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC) are a series of conferences that have been held online since 1997. Originally, it was an initiative of MDPI, and was later amalgamated with the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). It now constitutes the longest running electronic conference in the world. It maintains free participation and registration in the true spirit of open access on the World Wide Web. This year, the conference will cover a wide range of aspects involved in synthetic organic chemistry. A non-exhaustive list of topics that will be considered comprises:
- General Organic Synthesis;
- Bioorganic, Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry;
- Microwave Assisted Synthesis;
- Polymer and Supramolecular Chemistry;
- Computational Chemistry.
ECSOC-26 offers you the opportunity to participate in an international, scholarly conference without having the concern or expenditure of travel. The conference will be completely free of charge—both to “attend”, and for scholars to upload and present their latest work on the conference platform. Selected papers will have the opportunity to be submitted to the journal Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049, Impact Factor: 4.927 (2021) ; 5-Year Impact Factor: 5.110 (2021) ).
Abstracts (in English) should be submitted by 30 September 2022 online at https://ecsoc-26.sciforum.net. Once the abstract has been accepted, the author is requested to send the full communication manuscript, and optionally, a PowerPoint presentation (PDF only) and/or video of their work before 23 October 2022 to ensure there is time for a final check.
We hope you will be able to join this exciting event and support us in making it a success. The 26th International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry is organized and sponsored by MDPI, an open-access publisher based in Switzerland.
We look forward to receiving your research papers and to welcoming you at this 26th edition of the e-conference.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Dr. Julio A. Seijas Vázquez
Chair of the 26th Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC-26)
Instructions for Authors
Scholars interested in participating in this conference can submit their communication abstracts (about 200–250 words, not including references) online on this website until 30 September 2022. Two types of communications will be considered: a) minireviews covering the state of the art of some of the aspects covered by the conference sections; b) preliminary communications of research results (containing Introduction, results and discussion, experimental part and references).
Abstracts will be evaluated based on their scientific quality and suitability for the conference sections. All authors will be notified by 8 October 2022 regarding the acceptance of their abstract for the 26th International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry.
Once the abstract has been accepted, the author is requested to send the full communication manuscript, and optionally, a PowerPoint presentation (PDF only) and/or video of their work, until the submission deadline 23 October 2022. You can submit the full paper by accessing My Submission. The text in the abstract must match that presented in the full communication. Those abstracts that are not completed with a full communication will be withdrawn by the editors. PowerPoint presentations or videos are complements to the full communication and cannot be presented as a substitute for it.
Note: The submitted full manuscript will be checked by using the powerful text comparison tool: iThenticate. This procedure aims to prevent scholarly and professional plagiarism. Please kindly ensure that the proceeding paper you submit is original and unpublished.
The conference proceedings papers and presentations will be available on https://ecsoc-26.sciforum.net for discussion and will be published in the Chemistry Proceedings journal. Once the conference is over, a CD-ROM (ISBN 978-3-0365-3286-8) will be published with the contents of the conference, and it will be available upon request ([email protected]) for EUR 75 each.
Participants of this conference are cordially invited to contribute a full manuscript to our Special Issue "ECSOC-26" in the journal Molecules (the submission to the journal is independent of the conference proceedings and will follow the usual process of the journal, including peer-review, APC, etc.). Papers presented at the conference will be granted a 20% discount in the Special Issue.
Proceedings papers must be prepared in MS Word using the Proceedings template and should be converted to PDF format before submission.
Manuscripts for the proceedings issue must have the following organization:
Full author names
Affiliations (including full postal address) and authors' e-mail addresses
Results and Discussion
Authors are encouraged to prepare a presentation in PowerPoint or similar software, to be displayed online along with the manuscript. Slides can be prepared the same way as for any traditional conference. They should be converted to PDF format before submission.
Authors are also encouraged to submit video presentations. This is a unique way of presenting your paper and discussing it with peers from all over the world. Videos should be no longer than 3–5 minutes and prepared with one of the following formats: .mp4 / .webm / .ogg (max size: 250Mb). They should be submitted with the full manuscript before 23 October 2022 (full submission deadline).
Potential Conflicts of Interest
All authors must disclose all relationships or interests that could inappropriately influence or bias their work. This should be conveyed in a separate "Conflict of Interest" statement preceding the "Acknowledgments" and "References" sections at the end of the manuscript. If there is no conflict, please state "The authors declare no conflict of interest." Financial support for the study must be fully disclosed under the "Acknowledgments" section.
MDPI, the publisher of the Sciforum.net platform, is an open-access publisher. We believe that authors should retain the copyright to their scholarly works. Hence, by submitting a communication paper to this conference, you retain the copyright of your paper, but you grant MDPI the non-exclusive right to publish this paper online on the Sciforum.net platform. This means you can easily submit your paper to any scientific journal at a later stage and transfer the copyright to its publisher (if required by that publisher).
We are pleased to announce the availability of awards for researchers who plan to attend the ECSOC-26 conference. Applications and nominations will be assessed by the Scientific Committee. Winners will be announced online after the conference.
The Best Contribution Award is given for the proceedings judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference.
The Best Presentation Award is given for the posters/slide presentations and oral online presentations/video presentations judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference.
Terms and Conditions:
Best Contribution Award
The Best Contribution Award is given for the submission judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference. To be considered for this award, presentation materials must be submitted. We look forward to posting your contributions.
Best Presentation Award
The Best Presentation Award is given for the oral online presentations/video presentations judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference.
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