New speaker announcement! We are pround to announce new speaker in BOS 2016: Associate professor of Chemistry Suzanne A. Blum from University of California
SPEAKER CANCELLATION With regret we have to announce that Professor Virgil Percec is not able to attend BOS 2016
All the conference expenses are covered by EC 7th Framework Program project InnovaBalt „Strengthening the research and innovative capacities of the Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis, the leading Baltic regional centre for drug discovery". Including registration fees.
The Pre-Schedule for the BOS 2016 has just been updated! Click HERE to see the updated schedule.
New speaker announcement! We are pround to announce new speaker in BOS 2016.- Associate professor Ryan Schenvi from The Scripps Research Institute.
Accommodation reservation now open! The organizers have negotiated preferential prices at the hotels: Radisson Blu DAUGAVA Hotel SemaraH Hotel METROPOLE More information: http://www.boschem.eu/accommodations
We are pleased to announce that registration for the BOS 2016 is now open! Please visit the conference page for more information.
We welcome you to Riga, Latvia for four days of organic chemistry and a unique cultural, linguistic and social experience. Balticum Organicum Syntheticum 2016, Riga constitutes the 9th Biannual international conference on organic synthesis which had its inauguration in Vilnius, Lithuania in 2000.
The following chemists will present lectures: Riina Aav (Tallinn Technical University, Estonia) Emily Balskus (Harvard University, USA) Inga Cikotiené (Vilnius University, Lithuania) Stephen Dalby (MSD, UK) Sheng Ding (University of California, San Francisco) Frank Glorius (University of Münster, Germany) Antonio Echavarren (ICIQ, Spain) David Nicewicz (University of North Carolina, USA) Peter Nielsen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) Per-Ola Norrby (AstraZeneca, Sweden) Virgil Percec (University of Pennsylvania, USA) Sarah Reisman (Caltech, USA) Travis Remarchuk (Genetech Inc., USA) Stefan Schunk (Grünenthal GmbH, Germany) Brian Stoltz (Caltech, USA)