The ISNA conference series offers a prestigious international forum to present and discuss new findings and exchange ideas on advanced synthesis, structure-property relationship, and applications of novel aromatic compounds. It was established in 1970 as the International Symposium on Nonbenzenoid Aromatic Compounds. Now the aim of the conference is to further elucidate fundamental principles of synthesis and properties of novel aromatic and other interesting pi-conjugated systems, to discuss recent experimental and theoretical insights into the concept of aromaticity, and to explore modern applications of such systems as advanced materials, as tailor-made functional molecules in supramolecular chemistry, optoelectronics, and biology.
Chair: Dr. Thomas Baumgartner (he/him)
York University, Toronto, ON, Canada