Tunisia Chemistry Conference
TCC 2022
18-21 December 2022, Rosa Beach Hotel, Skanes-Monastir, Tunisia
Welcome
The Tunisian Chemical Society is very pleased to welcome you to the 21st Tunisia Chemistry Conference — TCC 2022 which will be held from 18 to 21 December  2022 in Tunisia at the Rosa Beach Hotel, Skanes-Monastir. Organized every two years, this event, initially scheduled for December 2020, had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and for safety reasons.
We remind new participants and members of the SCT that the purpose of organizing such scientifically events is to allow young researchers to get in touch with highly ranked chemists who have come especially to present new methods, up-to-date technologies and discuss the results of their work. Teachers, researchers and industrials will be able to share knowledge with each other, build bridges with the heads of national and foreign laboratories, broaden their knowledge in the vast field of chemistry and keep abreast of the latest developments in their respective fields.
So much awaited by the community of the chemists as well Tunisian as foreigners, Tunisia Chemistry Conference distinguishes itself from the other events organized by the TCS because it closes by the election of the new National Bureau for the incoming two years.
For those who have never been to Tunisia, be sure that this visit will make you want to come back. It is a charming country with a rich history of 30 centuries, heritage of Capsian, Phoenician, Roman, Christian, Berber and Islamic civilizations. TCC 2022 will be held in one of the most beautiful coastal regions of Tunisia, the region of Skanes-Monastir.
We look forward to meeting you at TCC2022, in Skanès Monastir
Topics of TCC 2022
Organic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Analytical Chemistry
Environment and Green Chemistry
Water, Marine and Air Pollution
Industrial and Applied Chemistry
Renewable Energy and Fuels
Medicinal Chemistry and Bio Chemistry
Nanotechnology and Materials Sciences
Catalysis and Polymer Science
Committees
Scientific Committee
BEN ROMDHANE Hatem
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

NOMNGONGO Philiswa Nosizo
Univ. of Johannesburg, South Africa

TRARI Mohamed
USTHB University, Algiers, Algeria

MEGRICHE Adel
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

CHAOUACHI Béchir
University of Gabès, ENIG-Gabès

EFRIT Mohamed Lotfi
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

BERGAOUI Latifa
Univ. of Carthage, INSAT-Tunis

MNIF Amine
Univ. of Tunis El Manar, FST-Tunis

LATROUS Latifa
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

AMMAR Houcine
University of Sfax, FSS-Sfax
 
BELLAKHAL Nizar
University of Carthage, INSAT-Tunis

BEN JANNET Hichem
Univ. of Monastir, FSM-Monastir

KHITOUNI Mohamed
University of Sfax, FSS-Sfax

REZGUI Farhat
Univ. of Tunis El Manar, FST-Tunis

ABIDI Rym
University of Carthage, FSB-Bizerte

BOUBAKER Taoufik
Univ. of Monastir, FSM-Monastir

BEN SALEM Ridha
University of Sfax, FSS-Sfax

ROMDHANE Mehrez
University of Gabès, ENIG-Gabès

MOUSSAOUI Younes
University of Gafsa, FSG-Gafsa

BEN DHIA Mohamed Taieb
Univ. of Tunis El Manar, FST-Tunis
 
Organizing Committee
 
BEN ROMDHANE Hatem
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

CHAOUACHI Béchir
Univ. of Gabès, ENIG-Gabès

BERGAOUI Latifa
Univ. of Carthage, INSAT-Tunis

LATROUS Latifa
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

LAAJIMI Imed
Tunisian Chemical Society
 
MEGRICHE Adel
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

EFRIT Mohamed Lotfi
FST - University of Tunis El Manar

MNIF Amine
Univ. of Tunis El Manar, FST-Tunis

ABDELKAFI Mohamed Mouldi
Univ. of Tunis El Manar, FST-Tunis
Invited Speakers
Philiswa
Nosizo NOMNGONGO
Department of Chemical Sciences
University of Johannesburg
South Africa
Mohamed
TRARI
USTHB
Algiers,
Algeria
Sabrina
PRICL
Department of Engineering and Architecture
University of Trieste
Italia
Jalel
LABIDI
Chemical and Environmental Engineering
University of the Basque Country
Spain
Michel
BALTAS
Paul Sabatier University
Toulouse III
France
Fabrice
ANIZON
Université Clermont Auvergne
Clermont-Ferrand
France
Mahmood
JAVEED
Advanced Membranes & Porous Materials Center
King Abdullah Univ. of Science and Technology
Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
Lynne
PILCHER
Department of Chemistry
University of Pretoria
South Africa
Mohamed
EDDAOUDI
Advanced Membranes & Porous Materials Center
King Abdullah Univ. of Science and Technology
Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
Program
The conference will be held at Rosa Beach Hotel, situated in Skanès-Monastir area, famous and wellknown touristical resort in Tunisia.
Welcoming participants, distribution of documents and check in will start on Sunday 18 December 2022 from 14.00  to 17.00 (for latecomers on Monday 19 December 2022 after first lecture). Check out will be on Wednesday 21 December 2022 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.
TCC2022 Program
TCC2022 Proceedings
Abstracts
Conference Proceedings
A digital book, in pdf format, containing all abstracts of the conference, the program and the list of participants will be produced and made available for download.

Submission of Abstracts
The conference proceedings will be produced from the documents provided by the authors without any modification. As a result, authors are requested to provide a summary on a single A4 size page in MS Word format (no PDF please), which includes text, figures and references according to the following instructions :

• All abstracts have to be written in ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Abstracts written in other languages will be rejected.
• Superior margin of 4 cm ; left, right and bottom margin of 2.5 cm.
• Lines' spacing for the whole document 1.5
• Title (centered, Times New Roman 14, bold)
• Names of the authors (centered, Times New Roman 12) with the author's name underlined
• Institution(s) author(s) (centered, Times New Roman 10, italic)
• Text (justified, Times New Roman 12)

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.
Very Important

Participants of TCC 2022 with oral and/or poster communication(s) will be asked to upload their file(s) during registration. Abstracts send by email are no longer accepted.
All abstracts of communications have to be written in English.
Oral and Posters' presentations must be in English too.
Registration
The registration fees for TCC 2022 includes full board accommodation during 3 nights (double occupancy room) in Rosa Beach Hotel in Skanès-Monastir area, including:

•   breakfasts,
•   lunches,
•   coffee breaks,
•   and diners.

Participants will also be allowed to attend all scientific sessions.
Participation Fees
From Outside Tunisia
Academic
400 €

Accompagning Person
(double room occupancy)
250 €
From Maghreb Countries
Academic
300 €

Accompagning Person
(double room occupancy)
250 €
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@fst.utm.tn

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

From Inside Tunisia
Academic
400 TD

Industrial
700 TD

Accompagning Person
(double room occupancy)
300 TD

Children 4-12 years
Staying in parent's room
200 TD
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.
• For academic and industrial members, an amount of 20 DT (membership 2020-2022) will be requested at the reception.
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
Bizerte Area
Rym ABIDI - FSB Bizerte

Tunis Area
Amine MNIF - FST Tunis
Med Lotfi EFRIT - FST Tunis
Latifa LATROUS - FST Tunis
Latifa BERGAOUI - INSAT Tunis

Monastir Area
Taoufik BOUBAKER - FSM Monastir
Hichem BEN JANNET - FSM Monastir

Sfax Area
Ridha BEN SALEM - FSS Sfax
Mohamed KHITOUNI - FSM Sfax
Houcine AMMAR - FSS Sfax

Gabès Area
Mehrez ROMDHANE - ENIG Gabès
Béchir CHAOUACHI - ENIG Gabès

Gafsa Area
Younes MOUSSAOUI - FSG Gafsa
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Important Dates

05 NOVEMBER 2022
Extended until
15 NOVEMBER 2022
Deadline of
online registrations
15
NOVEMBER 2022
Notifications about
acceptation of abstracts
30
NOVEMBER 2022
Deadline of
payment of fees
Accommodation & Venue
The conference will be held at Rosa Beach Hotel, located in the east of Tunisia, between Sousse and Monastir and directly on the shore of the blue sea on a beautiful white sand beach, considered the most beautiful of the whole region of the Sahel. Welcoming participants, distribution of documents and check in will start on Sunday 18 December 2022 from 14.00  to 17.00 (for latecomers on Monday 19 December 2022 after first lecture). Check out will be on Wednesday 21 December 2022 after lunch.

Monastir in a few words
Located on a magnificent beach a few minutes from Monastir International Airport, the Rosa Beach Hotel is truly one of the most beautiful hotels in the region. Strategically placed between the city of Monastir, known for its Ribat and its medina, and the city of Sousse renowned for its nightlife and cultural attractions, the Rosa Beach Hotel offers its clientele, in addition to the pleasures of the beach and the sea, a rare and refined atmosphere.
Far from the capital Tunis about 160 km south, Monastir is mainly a beautiful seaside resort with vast stretches of sand and rocks where it is good to walk along the seafront. But Monastir is also a city steeped in history, which was occupied in turn by the Phenicians, then the Romans, the Byzantines, the Arabs, the Spaniards and the Ottoman Turks.
From these successive invasions, the city has retained some stigmata such as the Ribat designed in 796 to defend against attacks from the Byzantine fleet, and whose citadel is a fortress made from a superposition of fortified buildings, where the most unexpected architectural volumes are intermingled.
During his trip to Monastir, the walker can also decide to get lost in the medina where the ramparts present beautiful old doors like Bab el Gharbi, Bab Tunis and Bab Brichka, which are the most famous.
The entire Sahel region, between the coast and the interior, gives a large part to the treasures of Tunisian heritage through its history. It includes remarkable archaeological sites such as Lamta or El Jem and its famous coliseum which hosts an international classical music festival in summer.
Monastir is served by an international airport and connected to the surrounding area, especially to the nearby city of Sousse, by many means of communication: buses, rental cars, cabs and especially the metro. The city has a beautiful marina where the yachtsman finds all the conveniences.
Discover the hotel
Sponsors & Partners
TCC 2022
Tunisia Chemistry Conference
18 - 21 December 2022
Rosa Beach Hotel
Skanès-Monastir, Tunisia
For any information, please email to:
Dr Amine MNIF amine.mnif@fst.utm.tn
Dr Latifa LATROUS latifa.latrous@ipeiem.rnu.tn
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