Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Spectroscopy is used in physical and analytical chemistry because atoms and molecules have unique spectra. As a result, these spectra can be used to detect, identify and quantify information about the atoms and molecules. There are different types of spectroscopic techniques which can be used to identify organic molecules.
  • Track 1-1Applications of Absorption Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds
  • Track 1-2Determination of organic compounds by Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 1-3Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy techniques
  • Track 1-4Analyzing organic compound with Infrared spectroscopy
  • Track 1-5Determination of physical and chemical properties by NMR spectroscopy
  • Track 1-6Application of Spectroscopic Methods in Molecular Structure Determination
  • Track 1-7Structure Elucidation of Organic Molecules
A domino reaction is a transformation that installs two or more bonds under identical conditions. The advantages of methods that construct complex molecules in a single reaction are self-evident, providing both atom and step economy.
  • Track 2-1Cationic Transformations
  • Track 2-2Anionic Transformations
  • Track 2-3Radical Transformations
  • Track 2-4Transformations with Carbenes and Nitrenes
  • Track 2-5Pericyclic Transformations
  • Track 2-6Photochemical Transformations
  • Track 2-7Transition Metal Catalysed Transformations
  • Track 2-8Special techniques in domino reactions
Fluorous chemistry involves the use of perfluorinated compounds or perfluorinated substituents to facilitate recovery of a catalyst or reaction product. Perfluorinated groups impart unique physical properties including high solubility in perfluorinated solvents.This property can be useful in organic synthesis and separation methods such as solid phase extraction.Fluorous techniques are applicable to both green chemical process development and chemical discovery research. Fluorous chemistry improves productivity through efficient purification. 
  • Track 3-1Fluorous Chemistry: Scope
  • Track 3-2Fluorous Solvents and Related Media
  • Track 3-3Strategies for the Recovery of Fluorous Catalysts and Reagents: Design and Evaluation
  • Track 3-4Light Fluorous Chemistry
  • Track 3-5Highlights of Applications in Synthesis and Catalysis
  • Track 3-6Applications of Fluorous Compounds in Materials Chemistry
  • Track 3-7Fluorous Materials for Biomedical Uses
  • Track 3-8Fluorous separation techniques
It is a major class of organic chemical compounds characterized by the fact that some or all of the atoms in their molecules are joined in rings containing at least one atom of an element other than carbon.Among the various clinical applications, heterocyclic compounds have a considerable active role as anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory,and anti-tumor drugs.
  • Track 4-1General Aspects Of Heterocyclic Compounds
  • Track 4-2Pharmaceutical applications
  • Track 4-3Discovering new heterocyclic systems
  • Track 4-4Heterocyclic Anticancer Compounds
Green Chemistry is described as the protection of environment from pollution. It comprises a new approach to the synthesis, processing and application of chemical substances, thus diminishing the hazards for human health and environmental pollution. It also focus on such problems as atom economy, toxicity, solvents, energy consumption, use of raw materials from renewable resources and decomposition of the chemical products to simple non-toxic substances that are compatible with the environment.
  • Track 5-1Atom Economy
  • Track 5-2Designing Safer Products
  • Track 5-3Avoidance or Minimization of Hazardous Products
  • Track 5-4Safer Solvents and Auxiliaries
  • Track 5-5Use of Renewable Feedstocks
  • Track 5-6Design of Degradable Products
  • Track 5-7Analytical Chemistry in Green Technologies
  • Track 5-8Inherently Safer Chemistry for Accident Prevention
It is the study of the influence of organic chemicals on the environment which includes the study of the structure of organic compounds, physical properties of organic compounds, chemical properties of organic compounds and the reactivity of organic compounds to understanding the behavior of organic compounds not only in the pure form but also in the aqueous and nonaqueous solutions as well as the chemistry of complex mixtures to reflect the manner in which such chemicals exist in the environment.
  • Track 6-1Organic chemicals in the environment
  • Track 6-2Environmental oxidations
  • Track 6-3Environmental photochemistry
  • Track 6-4Organic chromophores
  • Track 6-5Environmental analytical chemistry
  • Track 6-6Toxicants
  • Track 6-7Pollution remediation
Computational Chemistry is the use of computer simulation to predict, understand,or explain chemical reactivity. It is a branch of chemistry that uses computer simulation to assist in solving chemical problems. It uses methods of theoretical chemistry, incorporated into efficient computer programs, to calculate the structures and properties of molecules and solids.
  • Track 7-1Computing Physical Properties
  • Track 7-2Analyzing Organic Reactions
  • Track 7-3Computational methods
  • Track 7-4Conformational Searching
  • Track 7-5Visualizing Electronic Structures and Electrostatic Potentials
  • Track 7-6Visualizing Molecular Orbitals
  • Track 7-7Analyzing Reaction Thermodynamics
  • Track 7-8Predicting Spectra (IR, NMR, and UV/Vis)
  • Track 7-9Transition-state modelling
  • Track 7-10Building and Characterizing Reactive Intermediates
  • Track 7-11Interpreting Computational Aromaticity and Antiaromaticity
  • Track 7-12Stereocontrol in Organic Reactions
  • Track 7-13Molecular Modelling for Organic Chemistry
Biotransformation means chemical alteration of chemicals such as nutrients, amino acids, toxins, and drugs in the body. It is also needed to render nonpolar compounds polar so that they are not reabsorbed in renal tubules and are excreted. 
Biotransformation of xenobiotics can dominate toxicokinetics and the metabolites may reach higher concentrations in organisms than their parent compounds.
The metabolism of a drug or toxin in a body is an example of a biotransformation.  Because of the high stereo- or regioselectivity combined with high product purity and high enantiomeric excesses, biotransformations can be technically superior to traditional chemical synthesis. 
  • Track 8-1Applications of biotransformations
  • Track 8-2Biotransformation of Drugs
  • Track 8-3Isolation of biotransformation products
  • Track 8-4Biodegradative Pathways for Biotransformation
  • Track 8-5Biocatalyst Production
  • Track 8-6Biocatalyst Characterization and design
It refers to a discipline of organic chemistry that focuses on the relationship between chemical structures and reactivity, in particular, applying experimental tools of physical chemistry to the study of organic molecules. Specific focal points of study include the rates of organic reactions, the relative chemical stabilities of the starting materials, reactive intermediates, transition states, and products of chemical reactions, and non-covalent aspects of solvation and molecular interactions that influence chemical reactivity.
  • Track 9-1Catalysis and Photocatalysis
  • Track 9-2Aromaticity and Conjugation
  • Track 9-3Chemistry of Dimensional Polymers
  • Track 9-4Supramolecular Interactions
  • Track 9-5Application of Physical Organic Chemical Principles
  • Track 9-6Crystallography approaches
  • Track 9-7Electro and photochemistry
  • Track 9-8Polymer and supramolecular chemistry
  • Track 9-9Conformational analysis
Organic chemistry is the study of the structure, properties, and reactions of organic compounds and organic materials.The work done by modern organic chemists impacts almost every aspect of human life, and the production of useful organic molecules remains one of the world's most profitable industries. 
  • Track 10-1Organometallics in Organic Synthesis
  • Track 10-2New Synthetic Methods and Strategies
  • Track 10-3Advances in Catalysis
  • Track 10-4Process Development and Structure, Function and Mechanism
  • Track 10-5New Chemical Technologies
  • Track 10-6Process Development and Catalytic Methods
  • Track 10-7Developements in the process of Metal Catalysis for Organic Synthesis
  • Track 10-8Molecular Synthesis Advancements
  • Track 10-9Synthetic Biology and Synthetic Chemistry Converge
Bioorganic chemistry is a rapidly growing scientific discipline that combines organic chemistry and biochemistry. However medicinal chemistry in its most common practice focusing on small organic molecules encompasses synthetic organic chemistry and aspects of natural products and computational chemistry in close combination with chemical biology, enzymology and structural biology, together aiming at the discovery and development of new therapeutic agents. 
It employs organic chemistry to explain how enzymes catalyze the reactions of metabolic pathways and why metabolites react the way they do. It aims to expand organic-chemical research on structures, synthesis, and kinetics in a biological direction. 
  • Track 11-1General discussion on Medicinal and Synthetic Chemistry
  • Track 11-2Biophysical Tools in Drug Discovery and Chemical Biology
  • Track 11-3Design of New Cellular Tools for Biology
  • Track 11-4Chemical Biology of Post-Translational Modification
  • Track 11-5Proteins and Peptides with Novel Functions
  • Track 11-6Chemical Biology Approach for Treating Diseases
  • Track 11-7Drug Discovery in Autoimmunity
Organocatalysis refers to a form of catalysis, whereby the rate of a chemical reaction is increased by an organic catalyst referred to as an "organocatalyst" consisting of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur and other nonmetal elements found in organic compounds. Organocatalysts which display secondary amine functionality can be described as 
performing either enamine catalysis (by forming catalytic quantities of an active enamine nucleophile) or iminium catalysis by forming catalytic quantities of an activated iminium electrophile). This mechanism is typical for covalent organocatalysis. The advantages of organocatalysts include their lack of sensitivity to moisture and oxygen, their ready availability, low cost, and low toxicity, which confers a huge direct benefit in the production of pharmaceutical intermediates when compared with (transition) metal catalysts.
  • Track 12-1Novel Reactivity and Catalytic Reactions
  • Track 12-2Organic Chemistry and Cancer
  • Track 12-3New Catalytic Strategies for Chemical Synthesis
  • Track 12-4Chemical Approaches for Biosynthesis of Small Molecules
  • Track 12-5Total Synthesis of Natural Products
  • Track 12-6Mechanistic Organic Chemistry
  • Track 12-7Organic materials
  • Track 12-8Sustainable organic chemistry
  • Track 12-9New Insights in Catalysis
Organic reactions are chemical reactions involving organic compounds. The basic organic chemistry reaction types are addition reactions, elimination reactions, substitution reactions, pericyclic reactions, rearrangement reactions, photochemical reactions and redox reactions. In organic synthesis, organic reactions are used in the construction of new organic molecules. The production of many man-made chemicals such as drugs, plastics, food additives, fabrics depend on organic reactions.Organic reactions are also important in the production of pharmaceuticals.
  • Track 13-1New Reaction Methodology
  • Track 13-2Efficient Processes in Drug Development
  • Track 13-3Metal Catalysis
  • Track 13-4Reaction Optimization and Design
  • Track 13-5Synthesis of Bioactive Compounds
  • Track 13-6New Strategies for Reaction Mechanisms
  • Track 13-7Organic Process Research and Development
Organic Synthesis is constructing a target molecule ranging from complex, biologically active natural products to new materials. Organic molecules often contain a higher level of complexity than purely inorganic compounds, so that the synthesis of organic compounds has developed into one of the most important branches of organic chemistry.
  • Track 14-1Innovations in Total Synthesis of Complex Molecules
  • Track 14-2New Reaction Technologies
  • Track 14-3Automation in organic synthesis
  • Track 14-4Chemical Engineering
  • Track 14-5Technology of basic organic and petrochemical synthesis
  • Track 14-6Kinetics and thermodynamics of organic reactions
  • Track 14-7Physical methods of separation and identification of organic compounds
  • Track 14-8Chemical Technology of Organic Substances
  • Track 14-9Technology of organic substances
  • Track 14-10Methods of organic substances analysis
Supramolecular chemistry is the area of chemistry which deals with secondary interactions rather than covalent bonds in molecules and focuses on the chemical systems made up of a discrete number of assembled molecular subunits or components. It is use for the better understanding of protein structure as well as other biological processes.
  • Track 15-1Bio-relevant supramolecular systems
  • Track 15-2Molecular machines and mechanically-induced chemistry
  • Track 15-3Organic electronic materials, including single-molecule devices
  • Track 15-4Photonic nanostructures
  • Track 15-5Supramolecular polymers
Nanomaterial-based catalysts are usually heterogeneous catalysts broken up into metal nanoparticles in order to speed up the catalytic process. In organic chemistry, hydrogenation of a C-Cl bond with deuterium is used to selectively label the aromatic ring for use in experiments dealing with the kinetic isotope effect.
  • Track 16-1Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Track 16-2Application of nanoparticles in organic catalysis
  • Track 16-3Various methods of synthesis of nanoparticles
  • Track 16-4Nanoparticles based on nanostructured polymers
  • Track 16-5Multimetallic nanoparticles
  • Track 16-6Gold nanoparticles-catalyzed oxidations in organic chemistry
It involves the study of the relative spatial arrangement of atoms within the molecules. Stereochemistry spans the entire spectrum of organic, inorganic, biological, physical and especially supramolecular chemistry. Stereochemistry includes methods for determining and describing these relationships and effect on the physical or biological properties and the manner in which these relationships influence the reactivity of the molecules.
  • Track 17-1Conformations and Chirality
  • Track 17-2Optical activity
  • Track 17-3Analysis of 3dimensional arrengement of molecules
  • Track 17-4Probe reaction mechanisms
  • Track 17-5Crystallographic technique
  • Track 17-6Stereochemical Issues in Chemical Biology