The EuChemS Chemistry Congresses (ECCs) are the most prominent events for the European chemistry community. They constitute a joint endeavour of the national chemical society and the EuChemS Professional Networks. Chemists from all parts of Europe come together to present and discuss the latest achievements in cutting edge chemical sciences. There is no other occasion where chemists from different countries, different areas of chemistry and different professional backgrounds can converge in one place. The ECCs are unique fora to foster transnational dialogue and collaboration, to encourage the dialogue between the different branches of chemistry, to bring academia, industry and decision-makers together and to emphasize the impact of chemistry and chemical research on our society. Special attention is given to all activities which help promote the careers of young scientists. A high level Scientific Committee ensures the highest possible quality of the scientific contributions with a regionally and thematically balanced program of exciting cutting edge chemistry.
10th EuChemS Chemistry Congress
9th EuChemS Chemistry Congress
7 – 11 July 2024
8th EuChemS Chemistry Congress
28 August – 1 September 2022
7th EuChemS Chemistry Congress
26 – 30 August 2018
Liverpool, United Kingdom
6th EuChemS Chemistry Congress
11 – 15 September 2016
5th EuChemS Chemistry Congress
31 August 2014 – 4 September 2014 Istanbul, Turkey
4th EuChemS Chemistry Congress
26 – 30 August 2012
Prague, Czech Republic
3th EuChemS Chemistry Congress – Chemistry – the Creative Force
29 August 2010 – 02 September 2010
2nd EuChemS Chemistry Congress
16 – 20 September 2008, Torino, Italy, ‘Chemistry, The Global Science’.
The aims of the conference were to promote chemistry and chemical sciences at the cutting edge, to foster collaboration among scientists in research, industry, education in support of chemistry in the European Research Area and to enhance the image of chemistry.
1st EuChemS Chemistry Congress
27 – 31 August 2006 in Budapest, Hungary.
The 1st Congress welcomed 2348 participants from 57 countries.
Read more about ECC1 “Chemistry Tour de Force in Hungary” HERE.