European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences
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The European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) is a European non-profit organisation which promotes collaboration between non-profit scientific and technical societies in the field of chemistry. Professor Ulrich Schubert was elected as the President as of 2011 for a period of three years, Nineta Majcen is the General Secretary of EuCheMS.
The association took over the role and responsibilities of the Federation of European Chemical Societies and Professional Institutions which was founded in 1970. The organisation has currently over 40 Member Societies and supports 18 Divisions and Working Parties. All together EuCheMS represents about than 160.000 chemists all over Europe.
Divisions and Working Parties
The EuCheMS scientific Divisions and Working Parties enhance networking in their own fields of expertise and promote collaboration with other European and international organisations. The Divisions and Working Parties organise high quality scientific conferences in chemical and molecular sciences and interdisciplinary areas.
- Division of Analytical Chemistry
- Division of Chemical Education
- Division of Chemistry and the Environment
- Division of Chemistry in Life Sciences
- Division of Computational Chemistry
- Division of Electrochemistry
- Division of Food Chemistry
- Division of Inorganic Chemistry
- Division of Nuclear and Radiochemistry
- Division of Organic Chemistry
- Division of Organometallic Chemistry
- Division of Physical Chemistry
- Working Party on Chemistry and Energy
- Working Party on Chemistry for Cultural Heritage
- Working Party on Green and Sustainable Chemistry
- Working party on Ethics in Chemistry
- Working Party on the History of Chemistry
- Working Party on Solid State Chemistry
The European Young Chemists' Network (abbreviated to EYCN) is the younger members division of EuCheMS.
European Chemistry Congresses
The EuCheMS Chemistry Congress is a biennial event, beginning in 2006 with the 1st conference in Budapest. Around 2300 parcicpants from more than 50 countries attended the congress. In 2008, the congress was held in Turin and again more than 2000 chemists followed the invitation to Italy, now coming from more than 65 nations. The 3rd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress from August 29 - September 2, 2010 was organized by the German Chemical Society on behalf of EuCheMS and Nürnberg was the hosting city. In 2012, the 4th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress was held in Prague where almost 1800 participants enjoyed a comprehensive overview of the current state of chemistry. Apart from the scientific side, EYCN organized the Career Days, a satellite event aiming at furthering the careers of the young chemists. The 5th EuCheMS conference will be organised by the Turkish Chemical Society and will take place in Istanbul between 31 August 2014 and the 4th of September 2014.
European Sustainable Chemistry Award In 2010, the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences has launched the European Sustainable Chemistry Award (ESCA). The European Sustainable Chemistry Award is intended to raise the profile of sustainable chemistry and be a spur to innovation and competitiveness.
- 2012: Marc Taillefer
- 2010: Matthias Beller
European Young Chemist Awards The European Young Chemist Awards sponsored by the Società Chimica Italiana are given every two years during the EuCheMS Chemistry Congress. They are intended to showcase and recognise the excellent research being carried out by young scientists working in the chemical sciences.
- 2012: Elisabetta Collini (gold medal); Yury O. Tsybin (silver medal); Jerome Waser (silver medal); Shan Jiang (gold medal at PhD level); Gabriel Loget (silver medal at PhD level); Olalla Vázquez (silver medal at PhD level).
- 2010: Nicolai Cramer (gold medal); Clemence Corminboeuf (silver medal); Claudia Höbartner (silver medal); Sophie Carenco (gold medal at PhD level); Ulrich Hintermair (silver medal at PhD level); Laura Gómez (silver medal at PhD level).
- 2008: Fabio Arnesano (gold medal); Leonard J. Prins (silver medal); Ali Tavassoli (silver medal);Guillermo Mínguez Espallargas (gold medal at PhD level); Gustavo Fernández (silver medal at PhD level); Viktoria H. Gessner (silver medal at PhD level).
EuCheMS Lecture Award The EuCheMS Lecture serves to strengthen the image of EuCheMS and of European chemistry in general, promoting scientific cooperation among chemists in Europe. The lecture is normally awarded annually to a prominent chemist from a European country.
- 2012: David Milstein and Nazario Martín
- 2011: Alfredo Sanz Medel
- 2010: Michael Grätzel
- 2009: Meinrat O. Andreae and Walter Kaminski
- 2008: Martyn Poliakoff
- 2007: Steven V. Ley
EuCheMS Award for Service The EuCheMS Award for Service acknowledges outstanding commitment with regard to fostering chemistry and molecular sciences in Europe and the goals of EuCheMS.
- 2012: Hans-Joachim Freund
- 2011: José Empis and Evelyn McEwan
- 2010: Gábor Náray-Szabó and Giovanni Natile
- 2007: Alfred Oberholz and Allan Astrup Jensen
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Past Presidents of EuCheMS
2008-2011 Professor Luis Oro
- Dr. John V. Holder, The European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences - Ethical Guidelines for Publication in Journals and Reviews, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Volume 13, Number 4 / July, 2006
- Introducing EuCheMS: The European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences
- EuCheMS Newsletter
- Brussels News Updates
- 1st EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2006
- 2nd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2008
- 3rd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2010
- 4th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2012
- 5th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2014