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SUMMER SCHOOL



SUMMER SCHOOL ON GREEN CHEMISTRY - 8TH EDITION
4 -10 SEPTEMBER 2005 VENICE (ITALY)


THE DEADLINE IS POSTPONED TO JUNE 30, 2005
(JULY 10 FOR EASTERN AND SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPEAN APPLICANTS)

NEWS

Speakers who have accepted to lecture at the 8th Summer School on Green
Chemistry - Venice, 4-10 September 2005

Chris Adams (XeF6 Ltd., Queen's University of Belfast, UK) Innovating with green chemistry
Paul Anastas (GCI - Washington) Green Chemistry: meeting the challenges of sustainability
David Black (IUPAC Secretary general, UNSW - Sydney) Enantioselective Metal Catalysed
Oxidation Processes
Jan Engberts (University of Groeningen) Organic Chemistry in Water
Jean Luc Guillaume (Dow Chemical, CH) Seamless chemistry for sustainability
Michel Guisnet
(Université de Poitiers, F) Zeolites for Cleaner Technologies
Wolfgang Hoelderich
(RWTH - Aachen) Heterogeneous catalysis for green chemistry
Bernd Jastorff (Universität Bremen, D) Sustainable industrial chemicals
Walter Leitner
(RWTH - Aachen) Supercritical carbon dioxide as a green solvent
Dieter Lenoir (GSF - Technische Universitaet Munchen) Formation, Mechanism and Minimization of Chlorinated Micropollutants
Frieder Lichtenthaler (Technische Universität Darmstadt) Carbohydrates as Green Raw Materials for the Chemical Industry
Kenneth Seddon
(Queen's University of Belfast) Ionic liquids
Pietro Tundo (INCA - University of Venice) The chemistry of dimethylcarbonate, a green reagent.


We are pleased to announce that the book

"Collection of Lectures of the Summer School on Green Chemistry"

will be published in 2005 by WILEY"


Director: Pietro Tundo - tundop@unive.it
Scientific Organization: Alvise Perosa - alvise@unive.it
Secretariat: Giorgia Trussardi - ssgc@unive.it

Address: Summer School Organizing Committee
Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali Università Ca’ Foscari
Dorsoduro 2137
30123 Venice, Italy
Fax: +39-041-2348620

updated: October 08 2013 09:37:04.