The Summer School will go ONLINE!
As a result of the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus and the limitations on travelers mobility, the Summer School will be held online on 6th-10th July 2020. The conditions of the Summer School remain unchanged. The students will have the opportunity to expose their research and work during the virtual Summer School poster session. The best posters will be rewarded by the sponsors at the online awarding ceremony and all participants will receive a certificate of attendance. The School will provide the opportunity of publishing the students’ poster abstracts on the Summer School final proceedings. See UPDATE provided by the organizers (7 Apr 2020).
Sustainable Development through Green Chemistry
The 2020 Summer school will follow-up on the outcomes of the Symposium “Chemistry addressing UN-17 sustainable development goals” held during the IUPAC Congress in July 2019.
Main topics will be:
- Exploitation of renewable resources
- New Reaction pathways
- Energy saving
- Food security
- Green Chemistry for cultural heritage
- Climate Change damages mitigation
Students will have the opportunity to expose their research and work at the Summer School Poster Session and the best posters will be rewarded by the Sponsors at the awarding ceremony.
Contact: [email protected]
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics
Via Torino 155, 30172 Venezia Mestre
Post-event update – The Summer School was the first international initiative organized and managed by the new-born Green Sciences for Sustainable Development Foundation (www.gssd-foundation.org), a non-profit Foundation based in Venice, Italy. The Foundation’s website provides access to various lectures, proceedings, and report.
Report published in Chem Int: Visa, Aurelia, Tundo, Pietro and Arico, Fabio. “Green Chemistry Postgraduate Summer School Online” Chemistry International, vol. 43, no. 1, 2021, pp. 47-51. https://doi.org/10.1515/ci-2021-0130
Lecture published in PAC:
Eissen, Marco. “Synthesis design using mass related metrics, environmental metrics, and health metrics” Pure and Applied Chemistry, 2022 (AOP 16 Feb 2022); https://doi.org/10.1515/pac-2021-0326