International Conference â€œChemical Constellation Cheminar-2012 (CCC-2012)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 10, 2012||End Date/Time: Sep 12, 2012|
|Registration Date: Jun 30, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 30, 2012|
This event is targeted towards the interaction among the researchers, students, scientists, academicians, engineers, professionals and people from industries. This International event will provide a common platform for scholarly deliberations and a new look into the academic world. The Theme of the conference is Chemistry for Sustainable Development and Innovations.
Your good-self is therefore, requested to circulate the Brochure of this conference among faculty members, research scholars and students of your esteemed Institute / University and make this International event more successful with your blessings. More details are given in the attached Brochure or visit our website: www.ccc.chemnitj.org. Full length papers after review will be published by the SPRINGER.
Looking forward for active participation from your research group and faculty members.
Chemistry is a discipline with reference to chemical transformations and debate about the atoms
and the molecules. History of Chemistry dates back to the time of Ancient Greeks and Egyptians.
Modern Chemistry began to emerge in the seventeenth and eighteenth century with the efforts of
scholars such as Boyle and Lavoisier leading to rapid advances in the two centuries. Chemistry has
central role in the science and synthesis has central role to play. Chemical Synthesis has reached to
an extraordinary level of sophistication but there is vast room for improvement. There are several
areas of chemical research which need attention of the modern day chemist and some of the areas
st Energy swiftly raises to the top of the world agenda, one of the grand challenges of 21 century
chemistry is to convert abandon energy- poor molecules to energy-rich molecules using sunlight as
the energy source
Biosciences and Nanosciences are other focus areas of chemical research which need enhancing
sensitivity, precision, accuracy, simplicity and reduction in cost. It is becoming imperative to
characterize the contents of individual cells or Nanostructures.
Diminishing fossil fuel reserves, hazardous chemicals and wasteful processes have led to the
emergence of green technologies. How metal complexes, materials and organic matters can be
prepared by clean and sustainable routs is another challenge to the chemists.
If Synthesis and Chemical Structures can be more easily predicted, what will it mean for inorganic
The foundations of science are built on the ability to make sensitivity precise measurements. How
analytical instruments and methods are being developed to meet tomorrowâ€™s needs are the focus.
Submission of papers:
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers which are relevant to the
themes of the conference. Authors should submit a 250 word abstract of
their paper by June 30 , 2012, indicating theme and subtheme under which
the paper is to be considered. On-line submission through Conference
website (www.ccc2012.com) or mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) is
Registration Fee has to be paid by DD drawn in favor of Chemical Constellation Cheminar -2012,
payable at NIT- Jalandhar or through Bank Transfer. The Photocopy or scanned copy of bank
receipt may be forwarded to the conference secretariat for its information. The bank details are
NAME OF THE BANK : CANARA BANK, NIT- JALANDHAR
ACCOUNT NO. : 2945101001297
SWIFT CODE : CNRB1NBBBNC (for Foreign Delegates)
IFSC CODE : CNRB0002945 (for Indian Delegates)
Name of Account : Chemical Constellation Cheminar 2012
Registration Fee does not include insurance cover, items of Personnel Nature and Local Sight
seeing or visits
All foreign visitors are required to hold a valid pass-port and visa.
The official currency in Indian Rupees, Exchange rates fluctuate regularly and it is advisable to
check with official sources.
Please visit to the website of NIT- Jalandhar (www.nitj.ac.in) for further details.
No refund of Registration fee will be made.