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Conference of South-East European Chemical Societies

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Originally From: Dimitris P. Kessissoglou <kessissoglou@olymp.ccf.auth.gr>

1st International Conference of the Chemical Societies of the South-East European Countries

Chemical Sciences and Industry

Organized by
the Albanian Chemical Society,
the Union of Chemists in Bulgaria,
the Pancyprian Union of Chemists,
the Association of Greek Chemists
the Chemical Society of Montenegro,
the Rumanian Chemical Society,
the Serbian Chemical Society

SECOND CIRCULAR
http://www.chem.auth.gr/conference/confer.html
June 1-4, 1998, Halkidiki
Hotel Athos-Pallini
GREECE

COUNCIL OF THE CONFERENCE
Albania: V. Kola
Bulgaria: N. Kolev
Cyprus: C. Michael
Greece: N. Katsaros
YU-Montenegro: B. Cosovic
Rumania: V. Sahini
YU-Serbia: J. Jovanovic

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Albania: R. Dhimitri, V. Kola
Bulgaria: N. C. Naidenov, N. D. Raev
Cyprus: C. Michael, K. Tsimillis
Greece: D. Nikolaides, G. Vasilikiotis
YU-Montenegro: V. Komnenic, Z. Cerovic
Rumania: Z. Dimitriu, V. Sahini
YU-Serbia: Z. Cekovic, B. Solaja

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Albania: K. Koci, D. Haxhimihali
Bulgaria: N. Kolev, D. Shopov
Cyprus: E. Leonides, C. R. Theocharis
Greece: D. P. Kessisoglou, D. A. Kyriakidis
YU-Montenegro: B. Cosovic, M. Pjescic
Rumania: M. Prezeanu, M. S. Rosca
YU-Serbia: I. Micovic, B. Nikolic

LOCAL ORGANIZERS
Association of Greek Chemists
Department of Chemistry, University of Thessaloniki

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Conference chair: N. Katsaros, D. Nikolaides, G. Vasilikiotis
Vice-Chairman: D. Kessissoglou
General Secretary: D. A. Kyriakidis
Members: A. Alexiades, J. Boutaris, D. Boskou, K. Efstathiou, J. Gaglias, A. Kehayoglou V. Lambropoulos, K. Matis, M. Orphanopoulos, G. Maroulis, G. Papanastasiou, F. Pomonis, P. Siskos

LOCAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Secretariat: M. Papanikopoulou, K. Tsimboyianni
Public Relations Committee: E. Varela, E. Tsatsaroni, M. Tsimidou
Treasurers Committee: G. Blekas, K. Dendrinou-Samara, M. Liakopoulou-Kyriakides, G. Siragakis

INTRODUCTION Aim of the conference

The 1st international conference of the chemical societies of the South-East European Countries on "Chemical Sciences and Industry" is organized to bring scientists from the S.E.E. Countries together for an improvement of mutual relations as well as an enhancement of scientific cooperation in the field of basic and applied chemical research. The success of the attempt would be culminated by the participation of a large number of distinguished chemists and scientists from the Industry from all the S.E.E Countries. Special efforts will be made to allow university students of the region to participate.

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

The Scientific Committee has selected the following tentative Topics-Minisymposia to be covered during the conference:

Analytical Chemistry, Biomaterials, Biotechnology, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Chemistry of Polymers, Catalysis, Ceramics, Computational Chemistry, Food Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Environmental Technology, Fine Chemicals, Geochemistry, Industrial Waste, Inorganic Chemistry, Mineral Processing, Metallurgy, Molecular Modeling, Metal Clusters, New Materials, Natural Products, Organic Chemistry, Organometallics, Pharmaceuticals, Physical Chemistry, Quality Control, Quantum Chemistry, Radiochemistry, Reaction Mechanisms, Solid State Chemistry, Raw Materials, Textile Chemistry, Water Pollution.

PLENARY LECTURERS

  • I. Bertini: "Solution Structure Determination of Paramagnetic Metalloproteins", University of Florence, Italy
  • N. Kolev: "Chemical Engineering and Solving Environmental Protection Problems", Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • N. Hadjichristidis: "Controlling the Morphology/Property of Block Copolymers by Tailoring the Macro-molecular Architecture", University of Athens, Greece
  • J. Jortner: "Chemical Dynamics from large molecules to biomolecules" University of Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Miroslav Gasic: "Bioactive marine natural products and related synthetic analogues", University of Belgrade, YU-Serbia

SESSION LECTURES

  • T. Ast: "Collision of Ions at Solid Surfaces: A Novel Activation Method in Mass Spectrometry", University of Belgrade, YU-Serbia
  • A. Balaban, "Carbon Nets and molecules: Calculations and Experiments", Academia Rumania and Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Rumania
  • L. Boyadzhiev: "Pertraction - an Efficient Method for Recovery and Concentration of Valuable or Toxic Substances", Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Z. Cekovic: "Sequential Free Radical Reactions" University of Belgrade, YU-Serbia
  • C. Efstathiou: "Analytical and other Applications of Periodate Potentiometric Sensors" University of Athens, Greece
  • S. Farantos: "Vibrationally Excited Molecules: how to Predict the Shapes of Wavefunctions" University of Crete, Heraklio, Greece
  • I. Gerothanasis: "Multinuclear NMR Studies in Proteins and Metal Synthetic Compounds", University of Ioannina, Greece
  • D. Ghanotakis: "Stuctural and Catalytic Properties of Photosystem II" University of Crete, Heraklio, Greece
  • N. Hadjiliadis: "New Organometallic Complexes of Rhodium(I),(III) and Cobalt(I),(III) with the Cyclopentadienyl Derivative, Diethylaminoethyl-cyclopentadiene", University of Ioannina, Greece
  • S. K. Ivanov: "Solution of Oxidative Stability, Lubricity and Conductivity Problems during Adoption of Ecological Diesel Fuels", Sofia, Bulgaria
  • M. Jaksic: "Electrocatalysis and Non-faradaic Promotion in Heterogeneous Catalysis (NEMCA): Hydrogen Electrode Reactions, its Chemical Oxidation and Hydridic behavior" University of Belgrade, YU-Serbia
  • N. Katsaros: "The Interaction of Ru(II) and Ru(III) Species with Oligonucleotides and DNA", NRCS "Demokritos", Athens
  • D. Klisurski: "Selection of Oxide Catalysists for Oxidative Processes", Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • K. A. Matis : "Toxic Metals Removal from Aqueous Solutions by Goethite", University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • A. Mavridis: "The Nature of Chemical Bond: Still a Challenging Problem in Chemistry" University of Athens, Greece
  • J. Natile: "Platinum(III): a Dead End rather than an Intermediate in the transition between Oxidation States II and IV" University of Bari, Italy.
  • M. Orfanopoulos: "Photochemistry and Photocatalysis of Fullerene C60" University of Crete, Heraklio, Greece
  • C. M. Paleos: "Molecular Recognition of Organized Assemblies via Hydrogen Bonding in Aqueous Media", NRCS "Demokritos", Athens
  • S. Perlepes: "High-Nuclearity Metal Complexes: Efforts for the Development of Synthetic Methodology, Structural Aspects and Magnetic Properties", University of Patras, Greece
  • L. Petrov, D.G. Filkova: "Natural Gas Chemical Utilization", Institute of Catalysis, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • P. Petrova: "Bases of Chemical Technology", University of Sofia, Bulgaria
  • F. Pomonis: "New Mesoporous Materials: Synthesis and Applications" University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece
  • S. K. Rakovsky: "Application of Ozone for Solving Environmental Protection Problems", Ecology Division, Bulgaria
  • B. Samuneva: "Sol-Gel Synthesis of Bioglass-Ceramic in the SiO2-P2O5-Al2O3-CaO-F System", University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • I. Schopov: "Solid State Collective Interactions in Non-conjugated Conductive Polymers", Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • V. Sinigersky: "New Anthracen Containing Polymers", Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • A. Garnier-Suillerot: "Multidrug Resistance. Kinetic Analysis of Anthracycline Efflux Mediated by MRP and P-glycoprotein in Cancer Cells" University of Paris XIII, France
  • C. Tsigganos: "From the Test Tube to the Industrial Production", University of Patras, Greece
  • C. Tsipis: "Computer Modeling of Novel Molecular Metal Oxides with Applications to Catalysis", University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • A. Varvoglis: "New Trends in Chemistry", University of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • S. Velizarov: "Biotechnological Production of D-Gluconic acid and its Keto-derivatives. Mass transfer and Kinetic Aspects", Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • As. Zlatarov: "Synthesis and Investigation of Tert-Alkyl Ethers as High Octane Boosters", University of Sofia, Bulgaria

SYMPOSIUM ON CHEMISTRY & INDUSTRY
Coordinator: I. Boutaris, Gen. Sec. of the Wine Producers Association of the Macedonian Vineyard
Panel: D. Maragos, President of Hellenic Association of Chemical Industries; I. Moumtzis, President of the board of the Gas Distribution Company of Thessaloniki; N. Efthimiadis, President of Technology Park, Thessaloniki; Representatives from Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Rumania, Yugoslavia.

SYMPOSIUM ON QUALITY CONTROL & ENVIRONMENT
Coordinator: G. Vasilikiotis, University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Panel: Th. Kouimtzis, University of Thessaloniki, Greece; A. Voulgaropoulos, General Director of Hellenic Institute of Metrology, Representatives from Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Rumania, Yugoslavia.

SYMPOSIUM ON HEALTH AND PHARMACEUTICS
Coordinator: C. Tsigganos, University of Patras, Greece
Panel: Representatives from Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Rumania, Yugoslavia.

SYMPOSIUM ON BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH
Coordinator: N. Katsaros, President of the Association of Greek Chemists
Panel: I. Karatzas, European Commission, Evaluator of Programmes, P. Gaganatsou, Industrial Property Organization, Representatives from Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Rumania, Yugoslavia.

SYMPOSIUM ON FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Coordinators:D. Boskou, University of Thessaloniki, Greece; Ms. J. Asimakopoulou, Gen. Director of Chemical State Laboratory of Greece
Panel: Representatives from Albania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Rumania, Yugoslavia.

Correspondence
All correspondences regarding the scientific program should be addressed to:
1st International Conference on "Chemical Sciences and Industry"
D. A. Kyriakidis
Lab. of Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki 54006, Greece
Tel: (+30)(31) 997771, Fax. (+30)(31) 997689; e-mail: kyr@chem.auth.gr

REGISTRATION

All participants are kindly requested to complete the enclosed Registration Form and send it to the above address. Registration Fee: The registration fee will be 50 dollars (15000 Drh). This includes conference materials, abstracts etc.

TRAVEL

Participants can reach the conference place:
By taxi: Taxi from Macedonia airport to Pallini hotel costs about 11000 drachmas;
By public transportation: Buses to Kallithea-Halkidiki are available almost every hour from the bus station at 68, Karakasi str. Thessaloniki, Telephone: 924445

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

The official language of the conference will be English. There will be no translation service.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ABSTRACTS

Dimitris A. Kyriakidis(a), Dimitris P. Kessissoglou(b)

(a)Laboratory of Biochemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Thessaloniki 54006, GREECE;
(b)Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki 54006, GREECE

Contributions in all branches of chemical sciences are welcome.
All accepted contributions will be published in the book of abstracts. Participants wishing to present contributions in oral or poster presentations as well as all the invited speakers are asked to submit strictly a one page abstract which should be camera-ready in an A4 format printed singly spaced with a laser printer. Abstracts exceeding the one page will not be forward for publication in the book of abstracts. A margin of 2 cm should be left on the top and bottom and 2.5 cm on both right and left sides of the text. The title should be written in Font 14 (Times) and in Bold capital letters. The rest of the abstract should be in 12 point font (Times). The name of the presenting author should be underlined. Then the author's affiliation and full address should be given in Italics. References to literature within the text should be placed in square brackets [1], [2],....and cited at the bottom of the abstract. As abstracts will be copied by photo-offset, they should be clean and neatly typed. Please send the original and two copies of your abstract by 15th of March 1998, to the conference secretariat.

Presentation time:Plenary lectures: 40 minutes; Invited lectures: 25 minutes; Oral presentations: 10 minutes; Posters: Board dimension should be 1m x 1m

Figure (if necessary)

The Scientific Committee reserves the right to accept or reject papers and to assign them to oral or poster presentation. All abstracts must be in English. Abstracts received by fax are unacceptable.

References
[1] A. Kortsaris & D.A. Kyriakidis, J. Interferon Res., 1986, 6, 527.
[2] V. Tangoulis, D. A. Malamatari, K. Soulti , V. Stergiou, C. P. Raptopoulou, A. Terzis, T. A. Kambanos & D. P. Kessissoglou, Inorg. Chem. 1996, 35, 4974

1st International Conference of the Chemical Societies of the South-East European Countries on Chemical Sciences and Industry June 1-4, 1998, Halkidiki, Hotel Athos-Pallini, GREECE

REGISTRATION FORM I

Please TYPE or PRINT in BLOCK LETTERS and return by AIRMAIL along with the abstract to:
D.A. Kyriakidis, Lab. of Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki 54006, GREECE

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACT: 15th of March 1998.
Please indicate your preference for oral ( or poster presentation (

Please state below name and address of the presenting author:
Surname..........................................First name(s)................................
Title & degrees....................................................................................
Institution..........................................................................................
Mailing Address.................................................................................
........................................................................................................
........................................................................................................
Telephone.....................Fax......................Email....................................

REGISTRATION FEE: 50 dollars (15000 Drachmas) This includes conference materials, abstracts etc

PAYMENT: The registration fee along with the accommodation expenses should be transferred to the Macedonian-Thrace Bank, Greece, 602 Aggelaki branch, account No 602-00-121-0281205-0, D. Kessissoglou (please send us a copy of your deposit receipt with your name on).

ACCOMMODATION PRICES ( 4 nights/half board, 1-4 June):

HOTEL
PALLINI
Single room: 290 USD (80000 drach) per person
double room: 220 USD (60000 drach) per person
triple room: 200 USD (54000 drach) per person
suite (4 per): 180 USD (50000 drach) per person

MACEDONIAN SUN
double room: 170 USD (48000 drach) per person.
triple room: 160 USD (43000 drach) per person

In these packages are included: Breakfast, dinner, coffee-refreshments, welcome reception dinner, official dinner and possible excursion to Thessaloniki. The number of rooms in both hotels is limited. Strict priority will be applied. After the 15th of March the organizing committee can't guarantee your accommodation.

Participants who don't prefer to stay at the hotel Pallini or Macedonian Sun, may be accommodated at private rooms at the village Kallithea (about 3 km from the Conference place). Estimated price per room is 8000 Drh. The participants staying out of the hotel Pallini or Macedonian Sun and willing to participate at the welcome and official dinner should pay 14000 Drh.

Signature...................................................Date..................................


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