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Subject: 08.07.13 19th IUPAC 19th IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry 2008, Compostela, Spain
19th IUPAC 19th IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry 2008.
13-18 July 2008, Compostela, Spain

You are cordially invited to attend the 19th IUPAC Conference on
Physical Organic Chemistry 2008. The Symposium will be held at The
Royal University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, between 13-18 July 2008.

The ICPOC are specially dedicated to scientists active in the area of
Physical Organic Chemistry and Reactivity and will cover the diversity
of modern research in this area, emphasising its interactions with
other fields.

The programme will include plenary and invited lectures, oral
communications and poster presentations.

Second Circular: January 2008
Submission of Abstracts: Please submit your abstracts as soon as possible.
Notification of acceptance and way of presentation: May 1, 2008
Deadline for early registration: May 15, 2008

 Scientific Programme
Plenary Lectures:

# Prof. Christophe Copret, CPE Lyon - CNRS (France)
# Prof. Avelino Corma, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia - CSIC (Spain)
# Prof. Ben Feringa, University of Groningen (The Netherlands)
# Prof. Gernot Frenking, University of Marburg (Federal Republic of Germany)
# Prof. Kyoko Nozaki, Univeristy of Tokyo (Japan)
# Prof. Charles L. Perrin, U California at San Diego (California, USA)
# Prof. Paul Pregosin, ETH (Switzeland)
# Prof. Leo Radom, University of Sydney (Australia)
# Prof. Tito Scaiano, University of Ottawa (Canada)
# Prof. Vern Schramm, Yeshiva University (USA)

Invited Lectures:

# Prof. Nouria Al-Awadi, University of Kuwait (Kuwait)
# Prof. Claude Bernasconi, U of California at Santa Curz (California, USA)
# Prof. Enrique A. Castro, Pontificia Catlica Universidad de Chile (Chile)
# Prof. Cinzia Chiappe, Universit di Pisa (Italy)
# Prof. P. Leslie Dutton, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA)
# Prof. Julian Eastoe, University of Bristol (UK)
# Prof. Omal A. El Seoud, Universidad de Sao Paulo (Brazil)
# Prof. Manuel Garca-Basallote, Universidad de Cadiz (Spain)
# Prof. Rita H. de Rossi, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina)
# Prof. Florian Hollfelder, University of Cambridge (UK)
# Prof. Herbert Mayr, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen (Germany)
# Prof. Luis Serrano-Andres, Universidad de Valencia (Spain)
Oral Communications and Posters:

The Scientific Program will also include short Oral Communications (20
minutes, including discussion) and poster presentations.

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Tentative Plenary Lectures:

# Prof. Rudolf Marcus, CALTECH (California, USA), Nobel Laureate 1992
# Prof. Mario Molina, MIT (Massachusetts, USA), Nobel Laureate 1995
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