Announcing the 2015 NJC Symposia in Canada

The 4th NJC New Directions in Chemistry Symposia series will be in Montréal and Toronto the first week of June 2015.

After Alsace, China and Sweden, the 4th NJC Symposia will take place in eastern Canada in June 2015. Three one-day events are scheduled, during which NJC board members and invited guest speakers will present their work around the theme of New Directions in Chemistry.

Please join us to meet…
Members of the NJC Editorial Board who will be participating in the 2015 NJC Symposia are:
Editor-in-Chief Professor Mir Wais HOSSEINI (University of Strasbourg, France)
Associate Editor Professor Peter JUNK (James Cook University, Australia)
Professor Len BARBOUR (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Professor Debbie CRANS (Colorado State University, USA)
Professor Takashi KATO (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Professor Christina MOBERG (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)
Professor Sijbren OTTO (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Professor Dai-Wen PANG (Wuhan University, China)
NJC Managing Editor Dr Denise PARENT (CNRS, Montpellier, France) will also be present.

June 2 at the Université de Montréal (Host: Professor Davit ZARGARIAN)
June 3 at McGill University (Host: Professor Robin ROGERS)
June 5 at York University (Host: Professor Gino LAVOIE)
The scientific programs will be available soon. Please check this blog in about two weeks.

These symposia are free and open to all interested persons. You are kindly asked to register (so that we know how many of you to expect) by clicking on the name of the university in the table below—where you wish to attend the symposium. (You will be connected to the EventBrite website to order your free ticket.)

Université de Montréal McGill University York University
June 2 June 3 June 5
Université de Montréal Logo McGill University Logo

We all look forward to meeting you in Montréal or Toronto in June!

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