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38th Reaction Mechanisms Conference (RMC)

12 - 15 June 2022, Boulder, CO , United States

The RMC resembles a Gordon Research Conference in both size and format. Discussion and sharing of ideas at the forefront of the field has always been the style.  The conference will bring together industrial and academic chemists from all over the world to report their latest discoveries and share mechanistic insights into important reactions. The scientific program of 38th RMC will include plenary lectures as well as poster sessions.
The conference generally attracts between 150 and 200 chemists both from academia, government labs and industry. Graduate and undergraduate students are especially encouraged to participate and learn more about the field, as well as hear from our outstanding international program of speakers. Students will have formal and informal opportunities to discuss the latest discoveries with leaders in their fields.
The topics that RMC 2020 will focus on are, among others; new reactions and reactivity patterns, reactive intermediates in solution and gas phase, metal-catalyzed reactions,  new concepts in catalysts, computational chemistry, materials, and drug design.
This conference also includes a tribute to one of the leaders of mechanistic chemistry. The 2020 conference will honor Professor Josef Michl.  Professor Michl has made important contributions to numerous areas of mechanistic chemistry including theoretical and experimental aspects of organic photochemistry, new photophysical phenomena, chemistry and theory of biradicals and biradicaloids, electronic structure of unusual molecules, silicon and boron chemistry, organic reactive intermediates, molecular building blocks for supramolecular structures. These studies are documented in more than 600 papers and several books.
Sponsorship & supporting organisations
ACS Division of Organic Chemistry
University of Colorado Boulder

University of Colorado Boulder, 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO , 80303, United States

Organised by
Igor Alabugin and Jeehiun Lee (co-chairs),Oana Luca and Michael Marshak (Local Organizers)
Contact information
Oana Luca

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