RSC Dalton Division Southern Regional Meeting

19 September 2018 10:15-18:00, London, United Kingdom

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**UPDATE** This event is now full and is closed to new registrations. The final programme is now available on this site. If you have any queries please contact James Wilton-Ely at

The 4th edition of this symposium will be held at the historic headquarters of the Royal Society of Chemistry at Burlington House, on Piccadilly in central London. It will showcase the breadth of inorganic chemistry with contributions encouraged from all areas within inorganic chemistry, such as:
  • Transition metal complexes
  • f-element chemistry
  • Main group compounds
  • Solid state and nano-materials
  • Organometallics
  • Bioinorganic chemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Theoretical studies of inorganic compounds
Professor Simon Aldridge (Oxford) will receive his RSC Frankland Award at his talk and there will be keynote lectures by Professor Frantisek Hartl (Reading) and Dr Gemma-Louise Davies (UCL). The symposium is open to academics, postdocs, PhD students and master’s students and there will be the opportunity for six talks to be given by postdocs or PhD students. All researchers are welcome to submit abstracts for poster presentations.
This even will provide the ideal forum for networking and discussing research in inorganic chemistry and associated fields and is open to anyone in the UK (not just the South) or abroad.

In order to widen participation, registration fees have been heavily subsidised:
Early-bird £10 (RSC members), £15 (Non-RSC members)
Standard £15 (RSC members), £20 (Non-RSC members)

It is not necessary to be a member of Dalton Division or an RSC member to attend 
Further information, including registration details and abstract submission, will be provided shortly.
Sponsorship & supporting organisations
RSC Dalton Council
The Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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RSC Dalton Council
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