Alario-Franco 2 nd International Symposium on Solid-State Chemistry for Applications & Sustainable Development

Alario-Franco 2 nd International Symposium on Solid-State Chemistry for Applications & Sustainable Development

On Nov.27 – Dec.1, 2022 the “Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit” will take place at Hilton Phuket Arcadia, Thailand (https://www.flogen.org/sips2022/) . This multidisciplinary summit is organized by the not-for-profit corporation FLOGEN Stars Outreach, which is dedicated to achieving sustainability through science and technology applied in various fields. Until now the participation of

9 Nobel Laureates has been confirmed and 500 confirmations and proposals have been already received.

Among several symposia that will take place during this Summit , the “2 nd International Symposium on Solid-State Chemistry for Applications & Sustainable Development” will honor Prof. Miguel Alario y Franco, Emeritus Professor at Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain, former President of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Spain and EurASc Fellow.

This major symposium focuses on solid-state chemistry and illustrates the relationships occurring between the synthesis, structure, and physical-chemical properties of solid inorganic compounds, leading to a final material with optimized properties such as advances in the synthesis routes, design of materials for sustainable energy production, advanced characterization techniques and applications, etc.

Further practical information on the “Alario-Franco 2 nd International Symposium on Solid-State Chemistry for Applications & Sustainable Development” can be found with the link:

A shorter presentation of the Symposium and a link to the flyer can be found at:

The abstract can be submitted using the link:

and any other information about the symposium, SIPS 2022 can be found in the official invitation:

EurASc – CAS joint action

EurASc – CAS joint action

In 2021-2022, the European Academy of Sciences (www.eurasc.org) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (https://english.cas.cn) worked together on Ocean-based climate actions.

The two academies report that, as a consequence of anthropogenic perturbations, the global ocean is warming, acidifying, losing oxygen and sea ice, and sea level is rising. While drastic reduction of the emission of greenhouse gases is urgently needed, which includes ocean energy substitution for fossil energy, we show that the ocean offers numerous opportunities to reduce the causes and consequences of climate change, globally and locally. A wide range of ocean-based measures to enhance societal climate adaptation are currently implemented worldwide to deal either with coastal risks or changes in ocean resources. Ocean-related measures should not be considered as a substitute for climate mitigation on land or non ocean-based adaptation measures, which must be strongly pursued for the benefit of the atmosphere, the ocean, and socio-ecological systems worldwide.”

Please see HERE full Report &more: DOI (https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6410659)

EurASc contact Jean-Pierre Gattuso jean-pierre.gattuso@imev-mer.fr

Quantum Manifesto

Quantum Manifesto

Please find below an email from Prof. Tommaso Calarco, Officer of the Scientific Committee of the Physics Division :  

“Dear colleagues and friends,

Ttwo weeks ago many of you received the message below about the Quantum Manifesto.

Up to now, 900 people endorsed it, but we would like to reach a few thousands endorsements.  I understand that not everybody is aware that endorsements are open to everyone who is working in our field in Europe, including each student of each group. 

This is extremely important to show to European decision makers how strong the support from the scientific community is.

So if you agree with the Manifesto, please go to http://qurope.eu/manifesto (where you can also download it), state your name, affiliation and organization type, and click “Submit”. 

If you are signing as a representative of a whole institution or group of people, please indicate that in the Comments field.

Thanks a lot for your support!

Tommaso

PS: please distribute as widely as possible, to get as many endorsement as we can.”

Quantum Europe 2016: a new era of technology (corrigir link)

Quantum Europe 2016: a new era of technology (corrigir link)

The Netherlands is holding this conference in the context of the Presidency of The European Union, in cooperation with the European Commission and the QuTech centre for quantum technology. The conference will take place on 17-18 May 2016 in Europe Building (Amsterdam) and will gather high level representatives from industry, academia and policy communities. During the event a Quantum Manifesto will be presented containing a comprehensive strategy to ensure Europe remains at the forefront of this emerging technology.

Download the PDF file

For more information, please visit the website here

/!\ Participation of the conference is by invitation only. If you would like to participate, but did not yet receive a ‘Save the Date’ message, please send an email to quantumeurope@minez.nl

World Science Forum (WSF2015)

World Science Forum (WSF2015)

The European Academy of Sciences has been invited by the UNESCO to participate to its roundtable: “Galvanizing Science Education and Research for Fostering an Innovation Culture in the Arab Region”, during the “World Science Forum”. This event will take place in Budapest (Hungary) from November 4th to November 7th, 2015. Prof. Hélène de Rode, Perpetual Secretary of EURASC, will represent our Academy during this event. 

You will find the comments of our experts team here and the summary, written by Prof. Federico Rosei, here.

For more information about this event, please follow this link

21st International Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry

21st International Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry

The 21st International Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry (21stISFC) will be organized jointly with the 6th International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies 2015 (ISoFT’15) in Como (Italy) from 23rd August to 28th August 2015.

This joint event will cover all aspects of fluorine chemistry and fluorous technologies, spanning materials science, energy applications, sustainable processes, biomedicine, and nanotechnology. The program will comprise invited lectures by internationally renowned speakers working in academia, industrial laboratories, and research institutes. Oral presentations and poster sessions will give participants an occasion to disseminate their results and to become acquainted with the latest developments in all fields related to fluorine chemistry and fluorous technologies.
Particular emphasis will be given on creating opportunities for young scientists to networking with both peers and recognized leaders in all fields wherein fluorine offers an extra value.

For more information about this event, please click on this link.

Click here to see the website of the joint symposia of EXPO 2015