Tunisian
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The Tunisian Chemical Society Coordination Chemistry Group

in collaboration with the RSC Tunisia Local Section

JCC 2019 JCC 2019

Third Tunisian Chemical Society Conference on Coordination Chemistry

26-29 September 2019, Laico Hotel, Yasmine Hammamet, Tunisia

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Welcome

This is the 3rd edition of the Tunisian Chemical Society Conference on Coordination Chemistry which aims at providing a forum for discussions of all aspects of coordination chemistry and to give an overview of the state of the art in this field. Young chemists are particularly encouraged to participate and they will find answers to questions that stimulate their continued research. Six subsections will focus on frontier topics of coordination chemistry, including recent results that would impact our daily life, such as development of new ligands for drug design, catalysts for modern plastics and functional nanomaterials. The meeting will help scientists to identify important applications of coordination compounds.

The conference will bring together not only coordination chemists but also organic and analytical chemists as well as scientists with academic (biology, medicine, physics) or industrial background to share scientific knowledge in an interdisciplinary atmosphere and to foster collaboration between these scientists. This will generate significant impact regarding future research in coordination chemistry on an international level.

Topics of the Conference

 

•  Ligand Design in Organic Synthesis

•  Metals in Biology, Medicine and Materials

•  Metal Complexes: Structure and Reactivity

•  Catalysis, Environment

•  Energy and Sustainable Materials

•  Computations and Theory

Scientific Committee

Mohamed Taïeb BEN DHIA (Chair JCC 2019)
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Mohamed Abderrahmane SANHOURY (Co-chair)
UNA - Faculty of Sciences and Techniques
Nouakchott, Mauritania

Hubert SCHMIDBAUR
Technical University of Munich, Germany

Azzedine BOUSSEKSOU
CNRS Toulouse - France

Thouraya BARHOUMI SLIMI 
ISSTE - Borj Cédria

Salima BOUGHDIRI 
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Rym ABIDI 
University of Carthage, FSB - Bizerte

Ikram CHEHIDI 
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Manef ABDERRABBA 
University of Carthqge,  IPEST - Marsa

Taoufik BOUBAKER 
University of Monastir, FSM - Monastir

Khaled ESSALAH 
University of Tunis El Manar, IPEIEM - Tunis

Organizing Committee

Hatem BEN ROMDHANE
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Mohamed Lotfi EFRIT
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Adel MEGRICHE 
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Amine MNIF 
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Mohamed Mouldi ABDELKAFI 
University of Tunis El Manar, FST - Tunis

Imed LAAJIMI 
Tunisian Chemical Society - Tunis

Mohamed Taieb BEN DHIA 
University of Tunis El Manar - Tunis

Mohamed Abderrahmane SANHOURY 
UNA, Faculty of Sciences and Techniques,
Nouakchott, Mauritania

Rym ABIDI 
University of Carthage, FSB - Bizerte

Taoufik BOUBAKER 
University of Monastir, FSM - Monastir

Ridha BEN SALEM 
University of Sfax, FSS - Sfax

Béchir CHAOUACHI 
University of Gabès, ENIG - Gabès

Latifa LATROUS 
University of Tunis El Manar, IPEIEM - Tunis

Younes MOUSSAOUI
University of Gafsa, FSG - Gafsa

Committees & Important Dates

 

 

 

 

Deadline of Registration

and Abstracts' Submission :

10 August 2019

 

Acceptance Notification :

25 August 2019

 

Deadline of Fees' Payment :

05 September 2019

Confirmed Speakers

Azzedine BOUSEKSOU

 

Directeur du Laboratoire "Chimie de Coordination" (LCC)

CNRS Toulouse, France

Anne-Marie CAMINADE

 

Directrice de Recherche au CNRS, Toulouse, France

Rémi

CHAUVIN

 

Professeur de l'Université Toulouse III, Toulouse, France

Eric

MANOURY

 

Directeur de Recherche au CNRS, Directeur Adjoint

du Laboratoire

de Chimie de Coordination

CNRS Toulouse, France

Jean-Pascal SUTTER

 

Directeur de Recherche au CNRS, Toulouse, France

Alessandro CASELLI

 

University of Studies of Milan and ISTM-CNR-Milan, Italy

Christophe

MORELL

 

ISA - Director

Claude Bernard University

Lyon 1, France

Lahcène

OUAHAB

 

Directeur de Recherche CNRS

Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes

Rennes, France

Program

The conference will be held at Laico Hotel situated in Yasmine Hammamet area in the north eastern part of Tunisia. Welcoming participants, distribution of documents and check in will start on Thursday 26 September 2019 from 14.00  to 17.00 (for latecomers on Friday 27 September 2019 after first lectures). Check out will be on Sunday 29 September 2019 after lunch.

The conference will feature invited lectures (35 minutes: 30 minutes talk and 5 minutes discussion), oral communications (10 min presentation followed by a 5 min discussion) and poster  sessions. The official symposium language is English without simultaneous translation.

A booklet containing all abstracts of lectures and papers will be distributed to participants.

The full program will be available online as soon as possible.

 

Very Important

All abstracts of communications have to be written in English.

Oral and Posters' presentations must be in English also.

Abstracts

 

Booklet of Abstracts

A booklet containing the abstracts of all lectures and posters will be distributed free of charge to all registered participants, except the accompanying persons.

Submission of Abstracts

A printed book containing all abstracts of conferences and communications will be produced from the documents provided by the authors without any modification. As a result, authors are required to provide a summary on a single A5 size page in MS Word format (please, no PDF), which includes text, figures and references with the following instructions :

 All abstracts have to be written in ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Abstracts written in other languages will be rejected.

 Superior margin of 2.5 cm, 2.2 cm margins on each side and a lower margin of 1.5 cm.

 Title (centered, Times New Roman 10, bold, spacing 1)

 Names of the authors (centered, Times New Roman 9 , spacing 1) with the author's name underlined

 Institution(s) author(s) (centered, Times New Roman 8, italic, spacing 1)

 Text (justified, Times New Roman 9, spacing 1)

Posters' Presentation

 Posters should be 1.20 m high and 0.90 m wide and will be presented on vertical panels.

 Abstracts of posters will be numbered and listed in the final program.

 Different sessions will be held for poster presentations.

 Authors are requested to be in front of their posters during the official poster sessions.

Don't forget to specify your abstracts as Oral or Poster
and send them please as attached files to:

3rdjcc@gmail.com

Registration

The registration fees for JCC 2019 includes full board accommodation during 3 nights (double occupancy room) in Laico Hotel in Yasmine Hammamet, including:

•   breakfasts,

•   lunches,

•   coffee breaks,

•   and diners.

Participants will also be allowed to attend all scientific sessions and will receive the booklet of abstracts of the symposium.

For members of the SCT, the costs of participation in JCC 2019 are:

>> From inside Tunisia

 

 

Academic

 

400 DT*

 

 

Industrials

 

600 DT

 

 

Accompanying

 

280 DT

 

 

Children**

 

180 DT

Staying in parent's room

An amount of 20 DT (membership 2019-2020) will be requested from non-members academics and industrials.

Participants with orders are required to advance the amount of their fees. This amount will be refunded after payment of the invoice by their institution.

*  Single room supplement: 25 DT / night

** 4-12 years, staying in parents' room

Payment Modalities: The participation fee will be paid in TD cash or check on behalf of the Tunisian Chemical Society, or to a member of the National Bureau according to the following chart:

 

 

 

 

Rym ABIDI

 

FSB-Bizerte

 

 

 

Amine MNIF

Med Lotfi EFRIT

FST-Tunis

 

Latifa LATROUS

IPEIEM-El Manar

 

Latifa BERGAOUI

INSAT-Tunis

 

 

 

 

Taoufik BOUBAKER

 

Hichem BEN JANNET

 

FSM-Monastir

 

 

 

 

Ridha BEN SALEM

 

Mohamed KHITOUNI

 

Houcine AMMAR

 

FSS-Sfax

 

 

 

 

Mehrez ROMDHANE

 

Béchir CHAOUACHI

 

 

ENIG-Gabès

 

 

 

 

Younes MOUSSAOUI

 

FSG-Gafsa

Bizerte Area

Tunis Area

Monastir Area

Sfax Area

Gabès Area

Gafsa Area

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>> From outside Tunisia

 

 

Academic

 

400 €

 

 

Accompanying

 

200

 

 

Children

 

150

Staying in parent's room

 

 

Academic from Maghreb Countries

 

220

Payment can be performed by bank transfer of the dollar/euro amount on behalf of :

Société Chimique de Tunisie - Tunisian Chemical Society

 

Bank Name:  Banque de Tunisie

Account number:

RIB: 0500 3000 0073 0352 1009

IBAN: TN59 0500 3000 0073 0352 1009

SWIFT: BTBKTNTTXXX

 

Please email a scan of the transfer order to: amine.mnif@gmail.com

 

(In some special cases there is a possibility of paying registration fees at the hotel)

Please note that registration fees are not refundable under any circumstances

Accommodation & Venue

The conference will be held at Laico Hotel situated in Yasmine Hammamet area in the north eastern part of Tunisia. Welcoming participants, distribution of documents and check in will start on Thursday 26 September 2019 from 14.00  to 17.00 (for latecomers on Friday 27 September 2019 after first lectures). Check out will be on Sunday 29 September 2019 after lunch.

Hammamet in a few words

Thanks to its beaches it is a popular destination for swimming and water sports, Hammamet is one of the most popular tourism attractions in Tunisia. This town used to be a small fishing town, and was redone to bring in tourists, making it unique from most of Tunisia. It is the first tourist destination in Tunisia. It is located in the south east of the northern peninsula of Cap Bon in the Governorate of Nabeul, on the northern edge of the Gulf of Hammamet.

One of the first things that you will notice in Hammamet is that the entire town is mixed into a huge garden. Oranges, lemons and other citrus trees grow here, as well as olive groves. There is so much plant life in Hammamet that many people call it the “garden resort”. Hammamet is an incredibly relaxing environment, with its white sandy beaches and quiet atmosphere.

The reported number of inhabitants varies from 100,000 to 300,000 and the population quadruples due to tourists' arrival in the summer.

It is particularly known for jasmine, and this is how the tourist resort of Yasmine Hammamet got its name. All over Hammamet, souvenirs made of jasmine can be found.

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Conference on Coordination Chemistry

JCC 2019

26-29 September 2019
Laico Hotel
Yasmine Hammamet, Tunisia

For any information,
please email to:

Dr Amine MNIF
amine.mnif@gmail.com

Dr Latifa LATROUS
latifa.latrous@ipeiem.rnu.tn

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