Over Wageningen International Symposium on Organic Chemistry

Wageningen International Symposium on Organic Chemistry

We would like to invite you for the two-day Wageningen International Symposium on Organic Chemistry.

This editions event features 8 distinguished speakers from top universities in Europe, USA and Australia. Besides that a selection of postdocs and PhD students from Dutch Universities will present their most recent results. The board wishes to cover all important areas of organic chemistry and its interactions with other sciences. The topics vary from chemical biology to supramolecular chemistry. The 8 invited speakers are strong representatives of their area of expertise and they will definitely inspire our Dutch organic chemistry community.

The plenary talks of this year will be held by:

Speaker University / Institute
Yimon Aye Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland)
Phil Baran Scripps Research Institute (USA)
Martin D. Burke University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA)
Erick Carreira Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (Switzerland)
David Craik University of Queensland (Australia)
Louisa De Cola University of Strasbourg (France)
Vy M. Dong University of California (USA)
Sabine L. Flitsch University of Manchester (UK)
Frank Glorius University of Muenster (Germany)

More information can be found on the website.


Registration includes conference attendance for the 2 days, lunches, coffee and tea.
Hotel reservation should be made separately.

  • Early bird (until March 1, 2022)
    • Academic Section Members: 100 euro
    • Industry Section Members: 175 euro
    • Academic Non-section Members: 150 euro
    • Industry Non-section Members: 225 euro
  • Regular (after March 1, 2022)
    • Academic Section Members: 175 euro
    • Industry Section Members: 250 euro
    • Academic Non-section Members: 250 euro
    • Industry Non-section Members: 325 euro
  • Students (no PhD students)
    • Section Members: 30 euro
    • Non-members: 75 euro
  • Optional dinner: 50 euro

Register here