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- Physical Chemistry 2022

About Conference

On behalf of organizing committee we take great pleasure to announce "7th International Conference on Physical and Theoretical Chemistry” during September 22-23, 2022 | Webinar with the themePioneering Trends and Techniques in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. Physical Chemistry conference aims to bring together the prominent researchers, academic scientists, and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences in all aspects of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry.

International Conference on Physical Chemistry 2022 will focus on many interesting scientific sessions and covers all frontier topics in physical and theoretical Chemistry which include Physical Chemistry and Macromolecules, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Solution and Thermodynamics, Material Science and Engineering, Nano-Science and Nano-Technology, Organic-Inorganic Chemistry, Green Chemistry and Catalysis, Biophysical chemistry, Solid State Chemistry, Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Engineering, Thermochemistry, Photochemistry, Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Surface Science


Target Audience:

·         Professors and Associate Professors

·         Scientist and Researchers

·         Graduates and Post graduate students

·         Chemistry Associations and Societies

·         Presidents, CEO’s and Directors from companies

·         Physical Chemists

·         Instrumental Companies

·         Lab Technicians

·         Delegates from various pharma companies

Welcome Message

We would like to welcome participants from all over the world to attend the 7th International Conference on Physical and Theoretical Chemistry slated on September 22-23, 2022 | Webinar with the theme “Pioneering Trends and Techniques in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry”

 

This International meet engross with brief keynote presentations, plenary talks, symposiums and workshops, exhibitions, B2B meetings, posters sessions, multiple panel discussions on the latest research breakthroughs and challenges.

 

We are looking forward to your presence

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: PhysicalChemistry and Macromolecules

 

Physicalchemistry is the main study of macroscopic & particulate phenomena inchemical systems in terms of the principles, practices, and concepts of physicssuch as energy, motion, force, time, thermodynamics, quantum chemistry,analytical dynamics, statistical mechanics, and also chemical equilibria. PhysicalChemistry of Macromolecules exerts the unifying principles of physicalchemistry to define the structure, behaviour and intermolecular properties of macromoleculesin both solution & bulk states. It explains the experimental techniques,such as light scattering, and results used to support current theories.

 

·        Crystallization

·        Electrochemicalprocess

·         Surface chemistry

·        Photolysis

·        Rheology

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: WorldAssociation of Theoretical and Computational Chemists | EuropeanChemical Society | RoyalSociety of Chemistry | InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | ElectrochemicalSociety | Chinese-AmericanChemical Society | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry

 

Track 2: Theoreticaland Computational Chemistry

 

Theoreticalchemistry is the study of structural and dynamic properties of moleculesand molecular materials using the appliance of quantumchemistry, equilibrium and also nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and dynamics.Some of the examples includes protein-protein docking, drug design,combinatorial chemistry. Computationalchemistry is a branch of chemistry that operates computer simulation toassist in solving complex chemical problems. Computational chemistry mainly providesinsights into how chemicalscan bind in the active site of a protein to block or promote its function

 

·        Chemicaldynamics

·        Moleculardynamics

·        Mathematicalchemistry

·        Cheminformatics 

·        Computationalmedicinal chemistry

·        Modelingof biological reaction mechanisms

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: EuropeanChemical Society | RoyalSociety of Chemistry | InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | IndianInstitutes of Technology | Chinese-AmericanChemical Society | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry

 

Track 3: Solutionand Thermodynamics

 

Thermodynamicsis the study of relations between heat, work, temperature, and energy.The mostimportant laws of thermodynamicsare The zeroth law of thermodynamics, The first law of thermodynamics, Thesecond law of thermodynamics, The third law of thermodynamics. Thermodynamicsapplies to a wide variety of topics in both science and engineering.Some of the applications includes Ice cubes in a drink absorb heat from thedrink making the drink cooler.

 

·        Sustainabledesign and thermodynamics

·        Biothermodynamics 

·        Engineeringthermodynamics

·        Biochemistry

·        Nonequilibriumthermal complex systems

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: RoyalSociety of Chemistry | InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | IndianInstitutes of Technology | Centerfor Theoretical and Computational Chemistry | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry | AmericanInstitute of Chemists

 

Track 4: MaterialScience and Engineering

 

MaterialScience and Engineering mainly covers the design and discovery of newmaterials, particularly solids. Development of new materials and their successiveapplication depends on a fundamental understanding of their molecularstructure, relating the structure to material properties, performance and also thebonding between atoms. Some of the applications include Atomic ResolutionMicroscopy, Biomaterials– Borrowing from Nature, Structural Imaging and Analysis, Difficult SamplePreparation. Materials science is also a crucial part of forensicengineering and failure analysis

 

·        Ceramicsengineering

·        Appliedengineering

·        Biologicalengineering

·        Industrialengineering

·        CorrosionScience

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | IndianInstitutes of Technology | Centerfor Theoretical and Computational Chemistry | InternationalAcademy of Quantum Molecular Science | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry | AmericanInstitute of Chemists | BiochemicalSociety

 

Track 5: Nano-Scienceand Nano-Technology

 

Nano-science is anInterdisciplinary field refers to the study, manipulation and engineeringof matter, particles and structures on the nanometer scale (one millionth of amillimeter, the scale of atoms and molecules). Some of the mportant propertiesof materials, such as the electrical, optical, thermal and mechanicalproperties, are determined by the way molecules and atoms assemble on thenanoscale into larger structures. In addition nanometer size structures theseproperties often different then on macroscale, because quantum mechanicaleffects become important. Nanotechnologyis the application of nanoscience which leads to the use of new nanomaterialsand nanosize components in useful products

 

·        Nanobiotechnology 

·        Molecularnanotechnology

·        Nanotoxicology

·        Nanoelectronics

·        Nanotubemembranes

·        Nanocomposites

·        Nanomechanics

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | IndianInstitutes of Technology | Centerfor Theoretical and Computational Chemistry | InternationalAcademy of Quantum Molecular Science | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry | AmericanInstitute of Chemists | BiochemicalSociety | ChemicalResearch Society of India

 

Track 6: Organic-InorganicChemistry

 

Organicchemistry is the study of carbon-containing compounds and inorganicchemistry is the study of the remaining (i.e., not carbon-containing) subset ofcompounds. Both Organic and InorganicChemistry are concerned with properties, Reactions, Structures andsynthesis of various chemicals. Molecules associated with living organisms areorganic. These include nucleic acids, fats, sugars, proteins, enzymes, andhydrocarbon fuels. Some of the subfields of Inorganic Chemistry focus on electrical conductivityof inorganic materials

 

·        Stereochemistry

·        Organometalliccompounds

·        Experimentalorganic chemistry

·        NMRin organic chemistry

·        Stoichiometry

·        Environmentalorganic chemistry

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: IndianInstitutes of Technology | Centerfor Theoretical and Computational Chemistry | InternationalAcademy of Quantum Molecular Science | RoyalAustralian Chemical Institute | Asia-PacificAssociation of Theoretical & Computational Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry | AmericanInstitute of Chemists | Biochemical Society | ChemicalResearch Society of India | Societyof Chemical Industry 

 

Track 7: GreenChemistry and Catalysis

 

Greenchemistry is the main design of chemical products and processes that reduce oreliminate the generation of hazardous substances. EPA's efforts to speed theadoption of this revolutionary and diverse discipline have led to greater environmentalbenefits, innovation and a strengthened economy. The key principles of greenchemistry are Prevention, Atom Economy, fewer hazards, Safe Chemicals,Safer solvents, Energy Efficiency, Renewable feedstocks, Reduce derivatives, Smartcatalysis, Degradable design, Hazard and accident prevention, Real-timeanalysis for pollutionprevention

 

·        Greensynthesis and catalysis

·        Environmentalprocesses and modeling

·        Environmentaltechnologies

·        Greenchemistry education

·        Greenmanufacturing and engineering

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: Centerfor Theoretical and Computational Chemistry | InternationalAcademy of Quantum Molecular Science | RoyalAustralian Chemical Institute | Asia-PacificAssociation of Theoretical & Computational Chemistry | WorldAssociation of Theoretical and Computational Chemists | AmericanInstitute of Chemists | BiochemicalSociety | ChemicalResearch Society of India |

 

Track 8: Biophysicalchemistry

 

Biophysical chemistryis the study of biophysics. The field is constant to a quantitative analysis ofbiological systems using theoretical, experimental and computational tools. In additionto a physics-centered approach for biophysicsthat deals with forces and scaling laws, or a biology-centered view that dealswith the phenotype of the studied system, biophysical chemistry focuses mainly onthe molecular level. Biophysicaltechniques include spectroscopicmethods such as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and some of the othertechniques like X-ray diffraction and cryo-electron microscope. Examplesof Systems Studied Using Biophysical Chemistry Techniques includes Nucleicacid-protein complexes, Protein-ligand interactions, The structure and dynamicsof enzymes, Computer modeling of denaturation pathways and protein structureetc

 

·        Biomolecularand drug databases

·        Biomolecularfree energy

·        Biomolecularmodeling

·        Computationalbiology

·        Generegulation

 

Related Associationsand Societies: InternationalAcademy of Quantum Molecular Science | RoyalAustralian Chemical Institute | Asia-PacificAssociation of Theoretical & Computational Chemistry | WorldAssociation of Theoretical and Computational Chemists | EuropeanChemical Society | BiochemicalSociety | ChemicalResearch Society of India | Societyof Chemical Industry | Chinese-AmericanChemical Society | ElectrochemicalSociety

 

Track 9: SolidState Chemistry

 

Solid-statechemistry is the study of the structure, synthesis and properties of solidphase materials, particularly, but not necessarily exclusively of,non-molecular solids. Solid has the ability to resist any force that is appliedto its surface. There are two types of solid states Crystalline Solids and AmorphousSolids. In this Solid-statechemistry, nonstoichiometric compounds are classified as exclusivesolid-state compounds due to their structure & thermodynamic characteristics.Applications includes Energy generation and storage

 

·        Crystalchemistry

·        Magneticproperties of materials

·        High-pressureprocesses

·        Structuralstudies

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: RoyalAustralian Chemical Institute | Asia-PacificAssociation of Theoretical & Computational Chemistry | WorldAssociation of Theoretical and Computational Chemists | EuropeanChemical Society | RoyalSociety of Chemistry | ChemicalResearch Society of India | Societyof Chemical Industry | ElectrochemicalSociety | Chinese-AmericanChemical Society | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry

 

Track 10: ChemicalKinetics and Reaction Engineering

 

Chemicalkinetics is the branch of physical chemistry that is concernedwith understanding the rates of chemical reactions. Based on this rate,chemical reactions can be classified as fast moderate and slow reactions.Factors affecting the reaction rate are Nature of reactants, Physical State,Surface area of solid state, Concentration, Temperature, Catalysts, Pressure,and Absorption of light. Chemicalreaction engineering is a specialty in industrial chemistry or chemicalengineering mainly deals with chemical reactors. Chemicalreaction engineering is a specific engineering activity emphasizing onsuccessful design and operation of chemical reactors and it is associated withthe exploitation of chemical reactions on laboratory to the commercial scale.

 

·        GasPhase kinetics

·        SolutionKinetics

·        Reactionin Solids

·        polymerreaction engineering

·        polymerizationtechnology

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: Asia-PacificAssociation of Theoretical & Computational Chemistry | WorldAssociation of Theoretical and Computational Chemists | EuropeanChemical Society | RoyalSociety of Chemistry | InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Societyof Chemical Industry | ElectrochemicalSociety | Chinese-AmericanChemical Society | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry | FaradaySociety

 

 

Track 11: ChemicalEngineering & Thermochemistry

 

Chemical engineeringis the multidisciplinary branch of engineering that deals withchemical production and the manufacture of products through chemical processes.This includes designing equipment, systems and processes for refining rawmaterials and for mixing, compounding and processing chemicals to make higherquality products. Thermochemistryis a branch of chemistrythat describes the energy changes that occur during chemical reactions.Thermochemistry is concerned with a change in energy mainly regarding anexchange of energy of a system with its surroundings.

 

·        Chemicalthermodynamics

·        SolutionKinetics

·        Proteinthermodynamics

·        Molecularcatalysis

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: WorldAssociation of Theoretical and Computational Chemists | EuropeanChemical Society | RoyalSociety of Chemistry | InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | ElectrochemicalSociety | Chinese-AmericanChemical Society | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry

 

Track 12: QuantumChemistry

 

Quantumchemistry mainly focus on the application of quantum mechanics tochemical systems. It is a very powerful tool to study the properties ofmolecules and their reactions. Quantum chemical theories allow us to understandthe structure of the periodic table, and quantum chemical calculations allow usto accurately predict the structures of molecules and its spectroscopic behaviour.Quantum mechanicscan also provide quantitative insight into ionic and also covalentbonding processes. It strives to accurately predict chemical and physicalproperties of molecules and materials, which is useful to many fields of science& engineering

 

·        Quantuminformation

·        Photonicsand non-linear optics

·        Weakinteractions

·        Designand properties of new materials

·        Multiscalemodelling

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: EuropeanChemical Society | RoyalSociety of Chemistry | InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | IndianInstitutes of Technology | Chinese-AmericanChemical Society | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry

 

Track 13: SpectroscopicAnalysis

 

Spectroscopic analysisis employed to explore hybrid composites, providing practical information suchas chemical composition, elemental type, optical & electronic properties,and crystallinity. Spectroscopictechniques have been applied in virtually in all technical fieldsof science and technology. Spectroscopyis a branch of science mainly concerned with the spectra of electromagneticradiation as a function of its wavelength or frequency and it is measuredby spectrographic equipment

 

·        Atomicspectroscopy

·        Molecularspectroscopy

·        Laserspectroscopy

·        Nonlinearspectroscopy

·        Spectroscopyof gases and plasmas

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: RoyalSociety of Chemistry | InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | IndianInstitutes of Technology | Centerfor Theoretical and Computational Chemistry | TheSociety for Electro analytical Chemistry | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry | AmericanInstitute of Chemists

 

Track 14: SurfaceChemistry

 

Surface chemistry isthe study of the phenomenon occurring on the surfaces of all the substances. Surfacechemistry prominently deals with all types of surfacephenomenon. There are various phenomena taking place on the surface ofsubstances and some of them are Adsorption, Heterogeneous Catalysis, Corrosionand Crystallization. The Applications of Surface Chemistry Includes Catalysis,Colloid Formation, Electrode Reactions and Chromatography.Surface Chemistry has a vital role in various chemical processes such as enzymaticreactions. In the electronics industry, they are widely used in the surfaceand interface of microchips found in computers. automobile exhausts, theheterogeneous catalysts found in the catalytic converter for cleaningemissions.

 

·        Surfacecharacterisation and metrology

·        Surfaceintegrity

·        Coatingsand surface treatments

·        Lubricationand lubricants

·        Tribologicalapplications

 

RelatedAssociations and Societies: InternationalUnion of Pure and Applied Chemistry | Instituteof Chemistry of Ireland | IndianInstitutes of Technology | Centerfor Theoretical and Computational Chemistry | InternationalAcademy of Quantum Molecular Science | FaradaySociety | JapanSociety of Theoretical Chemistry | AmericanAssociation for Clinical Chemistry | AmericanInstitute of Chemists | BiochemicalSociety


Market Analysis


In 2020, the global flow chemistry market size was valued at USD 1.37 billion and it is estimated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.2% from 2020 to 2028. Some of the Factors such as small equipment size, reduced waste, low cost, and shorter turn-around time to market for new drugs are projected to enhance the growth. Market analysis of chemical Engineering is shown in below graph



The chemicals market research reports can be a few broad categories such as basic chemicals, life sciences, specialty chemicals, and consumer products. Chemical products that ensure in providing variety of effects to various industries that they cater to such as textile, ink additives, construction, oil & gas, cosmetics, and food

Collaborator

Waste 2 Materials

 

The demand of resources increased dramatically in the last years and technological developments for lower the environmental impact of raw materials consumption and for a circular and sustainable use of materials (like recycling, remanufacturing and reuse) become more and more pressing. 

Interdisciplinary studies have facilitated the recognition, definition, and assessment of several initiatives in this regard, leading to the identification of technologies, techniques, materials, and approaches with several benefits for society. In this framework, Waste2Materials Congress aims to act as a platform for international exchange of knowledge about the topic of material recovery from wastes. The current challenges as well as state-of-art technologies and solutions related to materials science and engineering will be discussed and analyzed during the conference through keynotes and speakers’ sessions. Contributes describing experimental results, applying techniques, and proposing models and analytical approaches to convert wastes into added-value materials, are welcome.

 

Research topics include but are not limited to:

·         Materials from wastes: theory and design, synthesis, characterization;

·         Sustainable processes (including thermo-conversion processes);

·         Composites, functional materials and nanomaterials from wastes;

·         Characterization techniques;

·         New aspects in constructions and building materials;

·         New aspects in materials science;

·         Novel procedures and approaches.

The Committee invites researchers and industry professionals to participate and contribute to the advancement of materials research and development.

We look forward to receiving your contributions,

 

The Scientific Committee:

 

Prof. Cesare Oliviero Rossi

Dr. Pietro Calandra

Dr. Paolino Caputo

Dr. Valeria Loise

Dr. Michele Porto

Dr. Abraham Abe

Prof. Rosolino Vaiana

Dr. Michela Alfe

Dr. Valentina Gargiulo
Dr. Giovanna Ruoppolo


Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Caputo Paolino
Research Associate (RTDa), Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technologies
University of Calabria
Cosenza, Italy
OCM Member
EUGENE S. MANANGA
Assistant Professor, Physics
The City University of New York, USA
cambridge , USA
OCM Member
Chinmoy Bhattacharya
post-doc researcher Polymer Physics , Polymer Physics
Laval University
Longueuil, Canada
OCM Member
Sorush Niknamian
Chartered Scientist, Cancer Biology
Liberty University, USA
Virginia, USA
OCM Member
NKan Enobong G B
Head of Research-Project management
Bishop Nkanmulticontracting LLC
Auburn, USA
OCM Member
Rabah A. Khalil
Full Time Professor, Department of Chemistry
University of Mosul
Baghdad, Iraq
OCM Member
Cesare Oliviero Rossi
Team Leader, Department of Chemistry
University of Calabria
Cosenza, Italy
OCM Member
Pietro Calandra
Physical Chemist, Physical Chemistry
Italian National Research Council – Institute for Atmospheric Pollution Research
Rome, Italy
OCM Member
Rosolino Vaiana
Aggregate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
University of Calabria
Cosenza, Italy
OCM Member
Lukasz Andrzej Glinka
Editor-in-chief
Independent Researcher
Warsaw, Poland
OCM Member
Valentyn Alexeevich Nastasenko
Professor, Transport Technologies
Kherson state maritime academia
Odessa, Ukraine
OCM Member
Oleg Gradov
Senior Researcher, Chemical Physics
Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics-RAS
Moscow, Russia
OCM Member
Eugene Stephane Mananga
Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Nuclear Medicine
The City University of New York (CUNY)
New York, USA
OCM Member
Manish
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
Banaras Hindu University
Lucknow, India
OCM Member
AJIT KUMAR VARMA
Assistant Professor, Pharmacy
Lingayas University
chandigarh, India
OCM Member
Keshab Kumar Adhikary
Professor, Department of Chemistry
Inha University
Incheon, South Korea
OCM Member
Gerald C. Hsu
Medical Research Scientist, Healthcare
EclaireMD Foundation
Indiana, USA
OCM Member
Christo Boyadjiev
Professor, Department of Chemistry
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Sofia, Bulgaria
OCM Member
Abdeen Mustafa Omer
Associate Researcher
Energy Research Institute
London, United Kingdom
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