Flow Chemistry Events
See the list of upcoming events where you can view Vapourtec products and meet sales experts.
253rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition
Date: 2-6 April 2017, San Francisco, CA, USA, Booth 1717
The 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition will be held in San Francisco on April 2 – 6 2017. The meeting will focus on Advanced Materials, Technologies, Systems and Processes and will attract 11,000-14,000 chemists, chemical engineers, academics, graduate and postgraduate students from around the world.
Date: 7 April 2017, University Nice Sophia Antipolis – Faculty of Sciences – Parc Valrose – Nice, France
Université Nice Côte d’Azur will host the 1st Masterclass NiceFlow on the applications of flow chemistry in modern synthetic organic chemistry on Friday 7th April 2017. The philosophy of this event is to provide flow chemistry users with relevant data, examples and tips from european experts of the field. To facilitate the exchange of ideas and ensure a unformal and friendly atmosphere, only a limited number of participants will be registered.
254th ACS National Meeting & Exposition
Date: 20-24 August 2017, Washington DC, USA
The 254th American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition will be held in Washington DC on August 20-24, 2017. The meeting will focus on chemistry’s impact on the global economy and will attract 11,000-14,000 chemists, chemical engineers, academics, graduate and postgraduate students from around the world.
FROST 6 – 6th Conference on Frontiers in Organic Synthesis Technology – October 18-20, 2017
Date: October 18-20, 2017 – Hotel Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget – Budapest – Hungary
The Flow Chemistry Society (FCS) was formed by approximately 40 dedicated scientists and researchers in the autumn of 2010 in Switzerland with the purpose of providing a self-organizing forum for flow chemists both in the academic and the industrial sector, to increase awareness and educate the professional community of chemists, to stimulate the advancement and to enhance the public appreciation of flow chemistry. Since then, the Society has grown rapidly, receiving recognition both within Europe and internationally.