Veni, vidi … it is you, dear participants who conquered because you came and you saw
On behalf of the BOS committee I thank the team from TUT for giving us this feast of synthetic organic chemistry. Especially superb was the team: alert, personally helpful in any way, and always cheerful. Many memories continue to enter my mind daily: the determined and honorable words of the President of the Republic of Estonia Toomas Hendrik Ilves, the well prepared speeches of Erkki Truve, Vice-rector of TUT (who alerted us to the origin of the Corriu-Kumada cross coupling in 1930 at Tartu University – I have the paper for those interested!) and president of Estonian Academy of Sciences Richard Villems, and the honor of the opportunity to hear Akira Suzuki in Tallinn.
The rest of the meeting flowed like the Pirita jõgi into the Baltic Sea because of the excellence of the speakers and their presentations, the response of the 350+ audience in question periods, coffee breaks, lunches, and, of course, the banquet, the short seminars (with beer) of the companies (Rockwood Lithium, Elsevier), and the buzz and activity of the poster sessions.
Can we do better than BOS 2012? Come and see in Vilnius on July 6-9 for BOS 2014
. From tere tulemast
to sveiki atvikti
with a different language and culture but the same intent to provide you with excellence in chemical and social interaction.
Balticum Organicum Syntheticum
Speaker cancellation, new speaker!
With regret and apologies we have to announce that Prof Buchwald will not be able to travel to Tallinn due to medical concerns. We expect to see him at a future BOS instead.
Dr Richard Kellogg of Syncom BV of the Netherlands has agreed to present a lecture at BOS. Dr Kellogg is a renowned expert in many aspects of crystallization, chirality, and resolution among others.
Shuttle bus schedule
There will be bus transfer between the Meriton Hotel and conference venues. Click here to download the schedule.
Schedule is also included in the Book of Abstracts.