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SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS

  • Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Green Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry
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November 30, 2018

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Scientific Committee

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Peter Foot

Professor , Kingston University London

Peter Foot studied chemistry at the Universities of Southampton and Oxford. Later,  He worked at Brighton and Sussex Universities, He became interested in inorganic materials and organic polymers. His present interests are mainly in functional polymers and nanocomposites for energy conversion, organic optics & electronics and drug delivery. He led the Materials Research Group at Kingston University (1995-2008) and was Founding Director of the Materials Research Centre and was retired as full-time Professor of Materials Science in 2014, and He is now an Emeritus Professor. He currently supervise 3 PhD. students at Kingston, having previously directed 56 successfully-completed research students and 9 postdoc researchers.  His research has been funded by EPSRC, the Royal Society, industry and government agencies, including a recent KTP (2013-15) worth £130k from InnovateUK. Peter Foot have 100+ publications and 8 patents.

Joseph Antony

Associate Professor, University of Leeds , UK

Dr S. Joseph Antony is an Associate Professor at the School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Leeds, U.K.   His research expertise is in the area multi-scale modelling and experimental mechanics of materials in both discrete and continuum form. He has a strong expertise in materials modelling including MD, DEM, FEM and analytical methods.  His experimental approaches include a wide variety of advanced characterising and stress sensor techniques including photonics (PSA), AFM, SEM, PSAT and IR tomography, and DPIV.   He focuses on linking the effects of material properties at exceedingly small scales (molecular/nano/micro) to bulk scale mechanical, electrical and chemo-mechanical properties in a wide variety of engineering applications.  Joseph has published over 130 papers in several reputed international journals and conference proceedings.  He actively participates in the activities of particle technology community in U.K and abroad.  He holds membership in several international professional bodies and serves in the technical committees in his area of research including the ASME committee on the constitutive behaviour of materials.  Currently, he serves in the editorial boards of more than 10 international journals and a regular reviewer of several leading journals including Physical Review Letters and Physical Review E.  He has won many awards, including the prestigious M.I.T Young Research Fellowship for Exemplary Research in Computational Mechanics and the Certificate of Merit as an Example of Outstanding Achievements in U.K Particle Science and Technology in 2002, PTSG, IChemE, U.K.   He has served as a guest editor for the Jl. Granular Matter and the lead editor of the book ‘Granular Materials: Fundamentals and Applications’, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, London in 2004.  His research sponsors include EPSRC, Royal Society, DTI, ICI, BNFL, P&G, Pfizer, Borax Hosakawa Micron, Bridon International Ltd, Merck Sharp & Dohme and DuPont (U.K).  More details on his research activities can be found in: http://www.spanglefish.com/drsjosephantony/

Jannie van Deventer

Professor , The University of Melbourne

Jannie van Deventer holds three doctoral degrees in chemical engineering, mineral processing and business economics. At the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa he was Head of the Department of Process Engineering until 1995.He was then appointed Professor at the University of Melbourne, and from 2003 to 2007 he served as Dean of Engineering.

In South Africa, Jannie won several prestigious awards.In Australia he was listed three times as one of the most influential engineers, he won the IChemE ExxonMobil Award in 2006, INNOVIC’s national “The Next Big Thing Award” for the world’s first cement-less concrete in 2008, and he was named by the Royal Society of Victoria as the J.E. Cummins OBE Orator for 2012.

Jannie is the author of more than 600 publications, including over 300 journal papers. He is one of the top cited researchers in cement science. Jannie is a frequent plenary speaker at international conferences. He currently serves on four editorial boards and has served on numerous international advisory and expert panels. He has successfully commercialised automated image analysis of mineral flotation froths, cement with ultra-low carbon emissions, and technology for the recovery of precious metals.

Boris Tsukerblat

Professor , Ben-Gurion University , Israel

Boris Tsukerblat is Professor of Chemistry Department of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel, Beer-Sheva (from 2002). He obtained his scientific degrees Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the Kazan State University, Russia, and habilitation (Doctor of Sciences)  from the University of  Tartu, Estonia (1975). He headed the molecular magnetism group at the Institute of Chemistry and Institute of Applied Physics of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova (till 2002). He is a Corresponding Member of this Academy. His research spans topics in molecular magnetism with a focus on the exchange interactions, single-molecule magnets, mixed valency and double exchange, spin-crossover phenomenon, group-theoretical and computational approaches, vibronic interactions and Jahn-Teller effect in molecules and solids. He published three  book and 380 papers. The last book:  B. S. Tsukerblat, Group Theory in Chemistry and Spectroscopy, Dover Pub., Mineola-NY, 2006. The developed computational approaches  MAGPACK, MVPACK and VIBPACK and the corresponding programs became  efficient tools   to study the properties of molecular magnets with the due  account for all kinds of isotropic and anisotropic exchange interactions, electron delocalization and vibronic coupling.

HUI TONG CHUA

Professor , The University of Western Australia, Australia

HUI TONG CHUA is a Professor and Head, Department of Chemical Engineering in the University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia, His professional qualification include MIChemE, CEng, CSci (2008-Present), MIEAust, CPEng, NER (2018 -), His research expertise is in the area Near emission-free catalytic cracking of methane into hydrogen and graphitic carbon, High flux bright light driven chemical reactions and

Geothermal/low grade heat desalination and air conditioning, He has published around 82 Journal Articles internationally, 

HUI TONG CHUA CITATION'S AND IMPACT ANALYSIS (98 international peer reviewed publications)

h-index: 23     Total number of citations: 1920        Average citations per item: 20.43

Researcher ID: B-1317-2008

HUI TONG CHUA PATENTS

  1. TH Wee, HT Chua and WJ Ng, “A vessel for use in multi-effect distillation and/or separation processes”, WO/2001/061709, AU 2000/028417, TW 495366 (Granted), GC 0000269 (Granted).
  2. HT Chua, KC Ng, A Malek, T Kashiwagi, A Akisawa and BB Saha, "A regenerative adsorption process and multi-reactor regenerative adsorption chiller." US6490875 (2002, Granted), Singapore Patent 82589 (2003, Granted), European Patent 1140314, JP 2003511641.  Technology licensed to Cyclect Holdings Pte Ltd in Singapore in 2003 and then to Advon Singapore Pte Ltd in 2009.
  3. HT Chua, H Wang, SCC Leung, TH Wee, KK Phoon and WJ Ng, “Leak tight joint and method, and levelling polymer for providing a smooth surface on a concrete body being jointed”, WO 2004/031500, AU 2003/299151.
  4. HT Chua, L Gao, CL Raston and A Cornejo, “Process for producing hydrogen from hydrocarbons”, WO 2011/029144, US 2012/0258374.  Technology licensed to Hazer Group Ltd.
  5. HT Chua, Klaus Regenauer-Lieb and X Wang, “A desalination plant”, US 9,365,438, AU2011276936 B2
  6. Bijan Rahimi, Alexander Christ, HT Chua, "System and method for desalination", WO 2015/154142.


 

Ahmad Zuhairi Abdullah

Professor , University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.

Professor Dr Ahmad Zuhairi Abdullah is currently the Deputy Dean (Research, Postgraduate & Network) at School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia. He received his PhD from Universiti Sains Malaysia in PhD (2004) in the field of chemical engineering. His research works mostly encompass the use of novel functionalized nanoporous materials as catalysts in oleochemical conversions, waste treatment, green technology and production of renewable energy sources. He is among the pioneer researchers in the world to focus on the use of ultrasound to accelerate heterogeneous catalytic processes. He is the recipient of several innovation and publication awards based on his research works. His research expertise is often sought after for the assessment of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) reports on proposed strategic commercial projects such as oil refinery, petrochemical complex, sanitary landfill, smelting plant, used acid lead battery, paper mill etc. Various industrial problems have been successfully solved through his consultancy projects. He has been involved in the propagation of science and technology through more than 200 refereed publications in journals and book chapters mainly as the main author, and also involves as a technical committee member to nearly 100 international scientific conferences held across the globe. Many invitations on various roles have also been received to share his research experience with government officers, research scientists, junior researchers and school children. The objectives of the events vary from the latest development in nanoporous materials research, critical research skills, understanding science, promotion of sustainability, community awareness, carrier development to the understanding of policy and regulatory aspects. He is an academic external assessor to UniMAP and UniKL-MICET for their undergraduate and doctoral program, respectively. He also acts as an article reviewer to more than 100 different leading international journals in his area of expertise. In addition, he is an evaluator to research proposals received from the university, local ministries as well as international scientific associations in the USA, Oman, Qatar and Chile. He is one of the recipients of the Top Research Scientist Malaysia 2014 award. His h-index (Scopus) currently stands at 43.

Andre Lee

Professor , Michigan State University

Dr. Lee is currently a Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the Michigan State University.  He received his Ph.D. degree in Physics/Materials Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1987. His research activities included the synthesis, manufacturing/processing and time-dependent mechanical behavior of polymers and polymeric matrix composites, use of nanostructured chemicals to manipulate the kinetics of phase transformations in materials leading to performance enhancement. He is an expert in the area of design and synthesis of nanostructures to control the solidification events in solids.  Professor Lee has more than 80 published papers, and over 100 national/international presentations. His research group is currently funded by Air Force Research Laboratory, Ford Motor Company, National Science Foundation, Office of Naval Research and Semiconductor Research Corporation. 

Seiichi Furumi

Professor , Tokyo Institute of Technology

Seiichi Furumi received his Ph.D. degree from the Tokyo Institute of Technology (TIT) in 2001.  During his Ph.D. studies, he was also a Research Fellow for Young Scientists of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).  After his Ph.D. studies, he worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher of the Communications Research Laboratory (CRL).  He held a permanent position of the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in 2004.  From 2010, he concurrently started a research project as a PRESTO Researcher of the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST).  Since 2012, he also served as an Associate Professor of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Tsukuba.  In 2014, he moved to the Department of Applied Chemistry in the Tokyo University of Science (TUS) as an Associate Professor.  His primary research interest is the development of self-assembling organic and polymeric materials for photonics applications.

 

Yuichi Negishi

Professor , Tokyo University of Science

Yuichi Negishiwas born in Saitama, Japan, in 1972. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry in 2001 from Keio University. Before joining the Tokyo University of Science in 2008, he was employed at Keio University and at the Institute for Molecular Science (IMS). Since 2013, he has been an Associate Professor at the Tokyo University of Science.He is now the professor of Tokyo University of Science, Japan. He has over 150 publications that have been cited over 8,000 times. In his publications, 10 papers are/were categorized to Top 1% Cited Papers and 18 papers were selected as Cover Picture of the Journal. His publication H-index is 47. He has been awarded several prizes, including the PCCP Prize (2007), CSJ Award for Young Chemists (2008), Japan Society of Molecular Science Award for Young Chemists (2012), Yagami Prize (2017), and IUPAC Distinguish Award 2018 for Novel Materials and Their Synthesis (2018).Yuichi Negishiwas born in Saitama, Japan, in 1972. He received his Ph.D. in chemistry in 2001 from Keio University. Before joining the Tokyo University of Science in 2008, he was employed at Keio University and at the Institute for Molecular Science (IMS). Since 2013, he has been an Associate Professor at the Tokyo University of Science.He is now the professor of Tokyo University of Science, Japan. He has over 150 publications that have been cited over 8,000 times. In his publications, 10 papers are/were categorized to Top 1% Cited Papers and 18 papers were selected as Cover Picture of the Journal. His publication H-index is 47. He has been awarded several prizes, including the PCCP Prize (2007), CSJ Award for Young Chemists (2008), Japan Society of Molecular Science Award for Young Chemists (2012), Yagami Prize (2017), and IUPAC Distinguish Award 2018 for Novel Materials and Their Synthesis (2018).

About Conference


It is with an immense pleasure and a great honor, we would like to welcome you all to the Global Chemical Engineering and Chemistry Conference and Expo 2019 to be held during March 25- 27 2019 at Valencia, Spain.

The conference is hosted by Linkin Science. These conferences are well crafted and designed by a team of skilled experts. Our conferences are vast expanded into Medical, life sciences, health care, Engineering and other social sciences. Each conference, summit or executive briefing is tailored to the sector, topic and audience need. Our event structure varies depending on issue and market requirements featuring Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Young research forum, Exhibitions, roundtables and variable formats. Our mission is to bring the researchers on a common platform and provide opportunity for them to interact. This scientific networking helps for the betterment of science by exchanging the ideas in a broader way. Magnifying  Scientific Knowledge by Sharing the research and ideas. We believe in accelerating the possibilities of novel discoveries and enhancement in scientific research, by connecting scientific community for knowledge sharing. Join us to redefine and explore new research, to provide a credible source to barter ideas for scientific studies besides transforming the true outcomes of a distinct scientific discovery and grab the attention for rare emerging technologies.

Importance and Scope:

Chemistry conferences provide a platform for scholars to share their findings and ideas in various areas of Chemistry. As the theme of the conference relates it serves as a global platform to converse concerning the current developments, recent advances, new approaches and future approaches in the field of Chemistry Research.

This Conference serve as a cradle for the genesis of new ideas pertaining to novel possibilities in the field such as: development/synthesis of new therapeutic molecules, development/synthesis of new materials or alloys to be used in mining or infrastructure, development of new methodologies for conducting chemical reactions, or identification of new elements in the periodic table having novel properties etc. The biggest draw of Conferences is that they allow scientists, scholars, and practitioners to network; participants get to contact and meet new people in an informal atmosphere.

Benefits of attending the conference:

Global Chemical Engineering and Chemistry Conference and Expo 2019 offers a wonderful opportunity to meet and enhance new contacts in the field of Chemistry Research, by providing mutual collaboration and break-out rooms with tea, Coffee, snacks and lunch for delegates between sessions with invaluable networking time for you.

Why to attend:

·         Attending conferences grow your professional network

·         Meet experts and influencers face to face

·         Attending a conference allows you to grow and adds your research value

·         Network with leaders and influencers from the scientific, academic and R&D communities

·         To learn and find new things in your discipline of interest

·         Socialization and the culture factor, exploring new places and having fun

Target Audience:

  • Chemical Engineering Professors
  • Chemistry Scientists/Researchers/Professors
  • Chemical Technology Societies
  • Research Fellows of Chemical Engineering/Biochemical Engineering/ Polymer Science
  • Chemical Scientists
  • Chemical Engineering Associations
  • Advanced Chemical Engineers
  • Petroleum Technology Students
  • Biotechnologists
  • Chemical Industrialists
  • Petrochemical Industries
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Junior/Senior research fellows of Chemistry
  • Directors of chemical companies
  • Members of Chemistry associations.
  • Polymer Companies

Scientific Sessions


Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineering is a branch of engineering that uses principles of chemistry, physics, mathematics, and economics to efficiently use, produce, transform, and transport chemicals, materials, and energy. A chemical engineer designs large-scale processes that convert chemicals, raw materials, living cells, microorganisms, and energy into useful forms and products.

Heat Transfer Research Opportunities

heat transfer research covers the entire subjects of the heat transfer which involves the different heat transfer operations like conduction, convection, radiation and it also concentrates on phase changing operations like boiling, solidification. Heat transfer is a disciplinary branch of thermal chemistry which deals with conversion and exchange of thermal energy between physical systems.

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

This session focuses on modern thermodynamics or thermodynamics which is the study of heat and temperature and their relationship with the energy and work. Thermodynamics is branch of physics. The main application of thermodynamics was mechanical heat engines later it was extended chemical compounds and chemical reactions which is studied under chemical engineering thermodynamics.

Chemical Reaction Engineering

Chemical reaction engineering involves organizing plant processes and conditions to ensure optimal plant operation to construct models for reactor process design and analysis. Many applications of chemical engineeringinvolved in the day to day life like rubber, plastic, cement, sugar, ceramic etc.

Separation Techniques

A Separation technique is a process to achieve any mass transfer occurrence that converts a mixture of substances into two or more individual product mixtures. Separations may differ in chemical properties or physical properties such as size, shape, mass, density, between the constituents of a mixture. They are often categorized according to the particular differences they use to achieve separation.

Fluid Dynamics

Fluid dynamics is a sub-discipline of fluid mechanics that deals with fluid flow—the science of fluids (liquids and gases) in motion. It has several subdisciplines itself, including aerodynamics (the study of air and other gases in motion) and hydrodynamics (the study of liquids in motion).

Biologically Engineered Systems

Biologically Engineered Systems is the application of engineering principles and practices to the purposeful manipulation of molecules of biological origin. The study to manufacture new molecules to create products and processes that don't already exist in the natural world.

Catalysis and Applications

Catalysts are substances which, when added to a response, increment the rate of reaction by furnishing other response pathway with a lower activation energy(Ea). They do this by advancing legitimate introduction between responding particles. In natural chemistry, catalysts are known as chemicals.

 Agrochemicals

This session of Agrochemicals deals with the chemicals which are related to the field of agriculture like fertilizers, pesticides etc. Agrochemicals are mainly introduced into the market for the purpose to protect   crops from the pests, insects and to improve quality of the crop yield. Many agrochemicals are toxic in nature and storing them in a bulk may lead to the severe environmental and health risks because of this reason usage of these types chemicals are highly regulated.

 Biocatalysis and Biotransformation

The impact of bio catalysis in the future will be the enlarge of ability to use enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions in industrial processes, including the manufacture of drug material, flavors, fragrances, electronic chemicals, polymers—chemicals that literally impact almost every facet of your life.

Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

The word "organic" means something very different in chemistry than it does when you're talking about produce and food. Organic compounds and inorganic compounds form the basis of chemistry. The primary difference between organic compounds and inorganic compounds is that organic compounds always contain carbon while most inorganic compounds do not contain carbon. Also, nearly all organic compounds contain carbon-hydrogen or C-H bonds. Organic and inorganic chemistry are two of the main disciplines of chemistry. An organic chemist studies organic molecules and reactions, while an inorganic chemistry focuses on inorganic reactions.

Analytical Chemistry

Analytical chemistry is often described as the area of chemistry responsible for characterizing the composition of matter, both qualitatively (Is there any lead in this sample?) and quantitatively (How much lead is in this sample?). Analytical chemistry is not a separate branch of chemistry, but simply the application of chemical knowledge.

Green Chemistry

Green chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances. Green chemistry applies across the life cycle of a chemical product, including its design, manufacture, use, and ultimate disposal. Green chemistry is also known as sustainable chemistry.

Biochemistry

Biochemistry is the branch of science that explores the chemical processes within and related to living organisms. It is a laboratory based science that brings together biology and chemistry. By using chemical knowledge and techniques, biochemists can understand and solve biological problems. Biochemistry allows us to understand how chemical processes such as respiration, produces life functions in all living organisms.

Medicinal Chemistry

Medicinal chemistry deals with the design, optimization and development of chemical compounds for use as drugs. It is inherently a multidisciplinary topic — beginning with the synthesis of potential drugs followed by studies investigating their interactions with biological targets to understand the medicinal effects of the drug, its metabolism and side-effects.

Materials Chemistry

Materials chemistry provides the link between atomic, molecular and supramolecular behaviour and the useful properties of a material. It lies at the core of many chemical-using industries. A wide range of materials, includes organic materials and polymers, nanomaterials and nanoporous materials.

Petro Chemistry

Petro chemistry is the branch of chemistry defines refining and processing of chemistry concerned with crude oil and fossil fuel. Examples of petrochemicals includes: ammonia, acetylene, benzene, and polystyrene. Petrochemistry covers the areas of good style of materials like plastics, explosives, fertilizers, and artificial fibers.

Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear chemistry is the subdiscipline of chemistry that is concerned with changes in the nucleus of elements. These changes are the source of radioactivity and nuclear power. Since radioactivity is associated with nuclear power generation, the concomitant disposal of radioactive waste, and some medical procedures, everyone should have a fundamental understanding of radioactivity and nuclear.

Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry is the application of physical principles and measurements to understand the properties of matter, as well as for the development of new technologies for the environment, energy and medicine. Theoretical and computational tools are to provide atomic-level understanding for applications such as: nanodevices for bio-detection and receptors, interfacial chemistry of catalysis and implant

Biological Chemistry

Biological chemistry, is the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms. Biological chemistry is closely related to molecular biology, the study of the molecular mechanisms by which genetic information encoded in DNA is able to result in the processes of life.

Geochemistry

Geochemistry is the branch of Earth Science that applies chemical principles to deepen an understanding of the Earth system and systems of other planets. Geochemists consider Earth composed of discrete spheres — rocks, fluids, gases and biology — that exchange matter and energy over a range of time scales.

Quantum Chemistry

Quantum chemistry, a sub-discipline of chemistry that focuses on the properties and behavior of subatomic particles, especially electrons. Quantum chemistry applies quantum mechanics to the theoretical study of chemical systems. It aims, in principle, to solve the Schrödinger equation for the system under scrutiny; however, its complexity for all but the simplest of atoms or molecules requires simplifying assumptions and approximations, creating a trade-off between accuracy and computational cost.

Polymer Chemistry

Polymer chemistry is a chemistry sub discipline that deals with the structures, chemical synthesis and properties of polymers, primarily synthetic polymers such as plastics and elastomers. Polymer chemistry is related to the broader field of polymer science, which also encompasses polymer physics and polymer engineering.

Clinical Chemistry

Clinical Chemistry also known as chemical pathology, clinical biochemistry or medical biochemistry is the area of chemistry that is generally concerned with analysis of bodily fluids for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. It is an applied form of biochemistry. The discipline originated with the use of simple chemical reaction tests for various components of blood and urine.

Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry is the study of chemical processes that cause electrons to move. This movement of electrons is called electricity, which can be generated by movements of electrons from one element to another in a reaction known as an oxidation-reduction ("redox") reaction.

Synthetic Chemistry

Synthetic Chemistry is the study of the connection between structure and reactivity of organic molecules. Synthetic chemistry is most frequently used in the preparation of mono-functional and di-functional compounds from the smaller entities. It is widely used for the production of organic compounds that are having commercial interest.

Natural Product Chemistry

Natural Products Chemistry deals with chemical compounds found in nature that usually has a pharmacological or biological activity for use in pharmaceutical drug discovery and drug design. Natural Products Chemistry is related to the study of chemistry and biochemistry of naturally occurring compounds or the biology of living systems from which they are obtained.

Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Agricultural and food chemistry deals with the chemistry and biochemistry of agriculture and food with a focus on original research representing complete studies, rather than incremental studies it covers the chemistry of pesticides, veterinary drugs fertilizers, and other agrochemicals, together with their metabolism, toxicology, and environmental fate.

Industrial Chemistry

Industrial chemistry is concerned with using chemical and physical processes to transform raw materials into products that are beneficial to humanity. This includes the manufacture of basic chemicals to produce products for various industries.

Nanochemistry

Nanochemistry is the study of atom by atom or extremely small things in chemistry, physics, biology, materials science, and engineering and its applications. Nano chemistry is an advance area of chemistry for the study of nanoparticles and their compounds reactions and the production.

Environmental Chemistry

Environmental chemistry is the study of chemical processes occurring in the environment which are impacted by humankind's activities. These impacts may be felt on a local scale, through the presence of urban air pollutants or toxic substances arising from a chemical waste site, or on a global scale, through depletion of stratospheric ozone or global warming.

Market Analysis


Chemistry is the branch of science concerned with the substances of which matter is composed, the investigation of their properties and reactions, and the use of such reactions to form new substances. Applied Chemistry is the application of the theories and principles of chemistry to practical purposes.

Chemistry volumes still rise within the U.S. and chemical market expected to contract this year— can expand 2.7% this year, 4.1% in 2017 and 5.0% in 2018. Growth in production volumes can accelerate and therefore the trade can expand 3.7% in 2017 and by another 4.5% in 2018. As a result, industry capital spending within the U.S. surged 12.1% in 2014 and gained 21.0% in 2015, reaching $43.58 billion. Canadian chemistry revenues can exceed $1.0 trillion by 2020. Over 260 new chemical production comes (valued at over $161 billion) are proclaimed. By 2021, U.S. capital defrayal by the industry can reach $65 billion—more than triple the extent of paying at the beginning of this prolonged cycle in 2010. The trade surplus in chemicals (excluding pharmaceuticals) can grow to $36 billion this year as exports rise by 2 to $132 billion and imports hold steady at $96 billion. Two-way trade between the U.S. and its foreign partners can reach $227 billion this year and can grow steadily over the approaching years.

The growth of Chemical Industry all over the world:

The structural headwinds among the chemicals trade unit process type of an atmospheric condition out of the global economy. The global market for chemistry is now trending towards quality products and processes with least impact on the environment. The global chemical industry is estimated to be the US $2.4 trillion dollars contributing significantly to the market growth of US, Europe, and Middle East Countries. International chemical production can most likely grow by 3.4% in 2017, an equivalent pace as 2016 (+3.4%).  The demand for chemical products is highest in the Asia, Japan, and Korea. The annual US chemical output alone is US $750 billion dollars. The global chemical industry market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.7% by 2020.

Market Growth of chemical research in the last and upcoming ten years

Overall based R&D Globalization and R&D Services market reached US$ 20 billion@ in 2015, up by 9.9 per cent over 2014. R&D Services market stood at US$ 7.76 billion and R&D Globalization market (Captives) stood at US$ 12.25 billion. R&D globalization and services market is set to almost double by 2020 to US$ 38 billion. accounts for 40 per cent (US$ 12.3 billion) of the total US$ 31 billion of globalized engineering and R&D in 2015.#India will likely get into the list of the top 25 nations in the Global Innovation Index, in the next 10 years.%

Based R&D services companies, which account for almost 22 per cent of the global addressed market, grew much faster at 12.67 per cent. The market for Engineering R&D (ER&D) companies is mainly structured across pure play PES companies such as Cyient, QuEST, eInfochips and the larger IT companies with a PES play such as Wipro, TCS, and HCL. India's ER&D services market is expected to reach US$ 15-17 billion by 2020 and North America continues to be the largest market contributing to 55 per cent of revenues

 List of chemical companies in the World:

  •  BASF
  •  Dow Chemical
  •  Sinopec
  •  SABIC
  •  ExxonMobil
  •  Formosa Plastics
  •  LyondellBasell
  •  DuPont
  •   Ineos
  •   Bayer
  •   Mitsubishi Chemical
  •   Royal Dutch Shell
  •   LG Chem
  •   Braskem
  •   Air Liquide

Scientific Sessions

Abstract Submission : November 30, 2018

Early Bird Registration : November 30, 2018

  • Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Green Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Materials Chemistry
  • Petro Chemistry
  • Nuclear Chemistry
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
  • Biological Chemistry
  • Geochemistry
  • Quantum Chemistry
  • Polymer Chemistry
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Electrochemistry
  • Synthetic Chemistry
  • Natural Product Chemistry
  • Agricultural and Food Chemistry
  • Nanochemistry
  • Industrial Chemistry

Registration Categories

Abstract Submission : November 30, 2018

Early Bird Registration : November 30, 2018

Awards

Various awards will be given to the participants for scientific presentations.

Global Chemistry Conference & Expo anticipates  being able to provide funding to assist some attendees coming from Lower and Middle Income Countries to present their science at the summit.  Participants desiring to be considered for one of these awards need to specify their interest after their submission of the required abstract. Selected participants will receive a sum of $250 to $1,000 (USD) scholarship Under the 3 categories

  • Outstanding Submitted Abstract.
  • Best Research of the conference as evaluated by the Scientific Committee
  • Young Researcher Award under YRF category to encourage budding scientists/ researchers.

Decisions will be made based on evaluation of the submitted abstract by the scientific committee and amount of funds available.

We want you to grab this opportunity and participate in the conference.

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