Associated Organizations

Associated Organizations are international organizations that share common goals and interests with IUPAC. Their international scope of activities will be obvious in their title or statues without limitation to any part of the world.  The Council, IUPAC’s governing body, makes the choice and decides with which organization IUPAC wishes to be associated.  The Council does not make a competitive decision to associate with another international organization that is already associated with IUPAC and avoids association with both at the same time.

Benefits of Being an Associated Organization

IUPAC Associated Organization membership fee is USD 50 per year. You will receive a one year complimentary (no fee) subscription to the Chemistry International magazine.  IUPAC encourages AOs to send representatives to its General Assembly and to relevant meetings of IUPAC bodies when joint sponsorship of meetings or other joint activities may be discussed. Upon request, IUPAC offers assistance in publicizing meetings of our Associated Organizations through various channels and the IUPAC website.  AOs may submit formal proposals for IUPAC projects and if approved, may receive funding.  Your AO members are encouraged to submit projects for consideration.

IUPAC has 31 Associated Organizations who are listed in the table below.

CompanyWeb Site
African Network of Analytical Chemists (SEANAC)http://www.seanac.org/
AOAC Internationalhttp://www.aoac.org
Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF)https://www.chemheritage.org/
Eurachemhttp://www.eurachem.org
European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS)http://www.euchems.org
European Chemistry Thematic Network Assoc. (ECTN)http://ectn-assoc.cpe.fr/association/index.htm
European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE)http://www.efce.info/
European Federation of Corrosion (EFC)http://www.efcweb.org/
European Photochemistry Association http://www.photochemistry.eu/
Federación Latinoamericana de Asociaciones Química (FLAQ)http://www.flaq1959.org/
Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC)http://www.faschem.org/
Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS)http://www.facs-as.org
Federation of Asian Polymer Societies (FAPS)http://www.faps-asia.org/
International Association of Catalysis Societies (IACS)http://www.iacs-icc.org
International Association of Chemical Thermodynamics (IACT)http://iactweb.org
International Association of Colloid and Interface Scientists (IACIS)http://www.iacis.nl
International Association of GeoChemistry (IAGC)http://www.geochem.hu/
International Board on the Applications of the Mössbauer Effect (IBAME)(IBAME)http://www.ibame.org
International Carbohydrate Organizationhttp://www.internationalcarbohydrateorganisation.org/
International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO)
International Committee for Imaging Science (ICIS)http://www.icisimaging.org/
International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry (ICOMC)http://icomc2016.com
International Conferences on Solution Chemistry (ICSC)http://www.icsc.cz/
International Federation of Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine (IFCC)http://www.ifcc.org
International Mechanochemical Association (IMA)
International Organization for Chemical Sciences in Development (IOCD)http://www.iocd.org
International Organization of Crystal Growth (IOCG)http://www.iocg.org
International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE)http://www.ise-online.org
International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR)http://www.ismar.org
International Zeolite Association (IZA)http://www.iza-online.org/
Int'l. Conferences on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC)http://iccc.chem.ubc.ca/

 

Inquiries about becoming an Associated Organization of IUPAC should be directed to the Executive Director, Dr. Lynn M. Soby, e-mail: lsoby@iupac.org