About ISCOC & ISCIC
The 16th International Symposium for Chinese Organic Chemists (ISCOC) and the 13th International Symposium for Chinese Inorganic Chemists (ISCIC) hold biennial symposium since the Year 1990 and 1996 respectively. Through the years, both ISCOC and ISCIC have become an important platform to gather Chinese chemists from all over the world to exchange their scientific findings, cultivate mutual understandings, and foster possible collaborations.
In Year 2002, both symposia have joined forces and were held at the same place simultaneously. The scientific sessions cover all advances in organic and inorganic chemistry and their relevance for present and future applications. To continue the blossoming tradition of previous symposia, ISCOC-16 and ISCIC-13 will be providing a scientific communication platform to gather leading researchers and scientists in the chemistry field to exchange innovative and forward-looking ideas.
Join us and be part of these three days symposia in Beijing, happening in August 2023! Graduate students are particularly encouraged to participate in these symposia to gain exposure in the world of organic and inorganic chemistry.
Plenary Speakers (ISCOC & ISCIC)
March 30, 2023Abstract Submission Open
July 31, 2023Abstract Submission Closes
Before August 10, 2023Notice of Acceptance
July 31, 2023Early Bird Registrastion Closes
August 27, 2023Register onsite
August 28-30, 2023Conference
International Advisory Committee
Local Organizing Committee
|Early Bird (Before July 31)||After July 31 or Onsite|
Welcome|Sunday, August 27, 2023
|14:00-20:00||Registration||Lobby at 1st Floor of Building C, College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, PKU|
Main Conference|Monday, August 28, 2023
Parallel Symposia|Tuesday, August 29, 2023
Parallel Symposia|Wednesday, August 30, 2023
All abstracts should be written in English. The abstract should fit on ONE A4 page without any page number, within top and bottom margins of 30 mm and side margins of 25 mm. The abstract should be submitted in PDF format with the file size less than 5 MB. You may download the template of the abstracts to get more information about the abstract。
Abstract BrowserDownload Abstract Book
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Inviting Letter for SponsorsInviting Letter
Poster Awards Sponsors
The Bau Family Award Call Circular
The Bau Family Award (鮑氏獎) in Inorganic Chemistry was established in 2008 by the late Prof. Robert Bau (鮑道鈞), an international figure known for his pioneering studies on the chemistry of transition-metal hydride complexes, for presentation at biennial joint International Symposia for Chinese Organic Chemists (ISCOC) and Chinese Inorganic Chemists (ISCIC).
The award (US$2,000 and a plaque) will be given to a young inorganic chemist (under the age of 45 and required to deliver a lecture at the award ceremony) in recognition of his/her outstanding achievements. The inaugural award ceremony was held at the ISCOC-10/ISCIC-7 in Shanghai, where Prof. Bau personally handed the award to the winner only a few months before he passed away. The second Bau Family Award was presented at the ISCOC-11/ISCIC-8 in Taipei, the third one at the ISCOC-12/ISCIC-9 in Lanzhou, the fourth one at the ISCOC-13/ISCIC-10 in Xiamen, the fifth one at the ISCOC-14/ISCIC-11 in Singapore, and the sixth one at the ISCOC-15/ISCIC-12 in Taipei. The seventh Bau Family Award will be held at the ISCOC-16/ISCIC-13 in Beijing. Unfortunately, the Bau Family has decided that this seventh Award will be the last of the Bau Family Awards.
Nomination for the Bau Family Award in Inorganic Chemistry at ISCOC-16/ISCIC-13, Beijing, August 27-30, 2023
1. Nomination of candidates for the award at ISCIC-13 is now open, and the closing date has been set on 9 July 2023.
2. Each Member of the International Advisory Committee of ISCIC and the Selection Committee can nominate one or two candidates (without indication of priority) who will be still under age 45 when the award is formally presented at the Meeting.
3. The nomination package consists of (a) a nomination letter, (b) a brief one-page curriculum vitae of the candidate, (c) three representative reprints, and (d) optional supporting letters by other chemists. The whole document should be sent as a PDF file via e-mail to the Chairman before the submission deadline.
Prof. Vivian W.W. Yam
Chairman of the Bau Family Award Selection Committee
Department of Chemistry
The University of Hong Kong
Registration & LogisticMs. Liyang Liu
ISCOCMs. Hongpei Chen
ISCICMs. Liping Yan
Tech SupportMs. Sherry Xie
WebpageMr. Spectre Lee