ESOR VI

Claude DROSSART chop at cico.ucl.ac.be
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ESOR-VI
6th European Symposium on Organic reactivity

Louvain-la-Neuve      24 - 29 July 1997
_______________________________________First Circular

The Catholic University of Louvain, located in the Belgian city of Louvain-la-Neuve, will host the next conference entitled "European 
Symposium on Organic Reactivity". This will be the sixth edition of a series of successful meetings held in Paris (1987), Padova (1989), 
Göteborg (1991), Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1993) and  Santiago de Compostela  (1995).

The conference will be held during the period Thursday 24 to Tuesday 29 July 1997. The scientific sessions will start on Thursday 
afternoon and the meeting will end at lunchtime on Tuesday.

Location
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Louvain-la-Neuve is located about 30 km South of Brussels in the french-speaking part of Belgium. The city is connected with Brussels 
by rail and is readily accessible by road (Motorway E411) from everywhere in Europe. Brussels National Airport is linked to all major 
and most medium-size European cities.  
The Conference site will be part of the academic facilities of the Catholic University of Louvain (U.C.L.). This University was founded in the old Belgian city 
of Leuven in 1425 as one of the oldest universities in Europe. In the early 1970's, the french-speaking part of the University moved to a completely new city which 
was called Louvain-la-Neuve, on the territory of a town named Ottignies. The University population amounts to more than 20,000 students.  Courses are 
organized in all disciplines of human knowledge by ten Faculties : Theology, Philosophy, Law, Economic and Social Sciences, Philology and Arts, Psychology 
and Educational Sciences, Sciences, Applied Sciences, Medicine and Agronomy. 

Scientific Programme
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The meeting will be devoted to all aspects of physical organic chemistry.
The conference programme will focus on three main topics :
1. 	Mechanisms and reactivity in organic, bioorganic and organometallic chemistry, including theoretical approaches
2.	Photochemical and electron transfer activation processes
3. 	Molecular recognition and enzyme mechanism.

The programme will include 12 plenary lectures, two parallel sessions with their own invited lectures. A limited number of oral 
presentations will be selected among the submitted contributions. 
Two separate poster sessions are planned on Friday afternoon and Monday afternoon with comfortable discussion times. Persons 
wishing to present an oral or poster contribution should submit a one-page abstract according to the format detailed below not later 
than  February 15, 1997 and send it to

	Prof. M. Devillers
	ESOR-VI Conference Secretary
	Catholic University of Louvain
	Laboratory of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
	1 place Louis Pasteur
	B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve , Belgium

	Tel. : 32-10 47 28 27
	Fax :  32-10 47 28 36
	e-mail : devillers at inan.ucl.ac.be

Plenary lectures
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Twelve recognized experts have already agreed to give Plenary Lectures on the following topics :

V. Balzani,University of Bologna, Italy,
	Supramolecular photochemistry.

S.J. Benkovic,The Pennsylvania State University, USA,
	Perspective on biocatalysis.

F. Diederich,Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich,
	From supramolecular chemistry to medicinal chemistry.

J.B. Engberts,University of Groningen, The Netherlands,
	Vesicles formed from synthetic amphiphiles. 
	Fusogenic behavior and applications as drug carrier systems.

J. Fréchet,Cornell University, USA,
	Designing for novel macromolecular architectures:from concept to applications.

B.Giese,University of Basel, Switzerland,
	Reactivity of DNA radicals.

Y. Kishi,Harvard University, USA,
	Synthetic studies in the field of natural product chemistry.

H. Mayr,Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany,
	Linear free enthalpy relationship : a powerful tool for	the design of organic or organometallic syntheses.

R. Noyori,Nagoya University, Japan,
	Asymmetric hydrogenation : mechanistic aspects.

M. Poliakoff,University of Nottingham, U.K.,
	Intermediates in organometallic chemistry.

P. von Rague Schleyer,University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany,
	Organic reactivity and computational chemistry.

I. Willner,The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel,
	Electroenzymes, photoenzymes and command surfaces - Tailored assemblies for optobioelectronic 
	devices.

Abstracts
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Full one-page abstracts will be reproduced directly from authors'original documents. They should be typed or printed in English using 
double line spacing on A4 formatted white paper. The whole of the abstract must be contained within a rectangle of size 242 x 165 mm. 
It will be reduced to 79 %. The headings should be presented in the format given below, including the full line separating text and 
heading.
References should be indicated within square brackets in the text and listed at the bottom of the abstract using standard Chemical 
Abstracts Source Service Index terminology followed by volume,(year within brackets) , first page.

Example:

DECOMPOSITION OF NITROSOUREAS IN THE PRESENCE OF DIFFERENT NUCLEOPHILES

S. Amado*, A. Andrade, L. Garcia-Rio, J.R. Leis and A.M. Rios,
Departamento de Quimica Fisica, Facultad de Quimica, Universidad de Santiago,
 15706 Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

	The reactivity of different nucleophiles toward the ambident electrophile N-nitroso-N,N'-dimethylurea (NDMU) has been 
investigated. The experimental results...

The Book of Abstracts including all lectures and oral or poster contributions will be handed out to all registered participants upon 
arrival.

Social Events
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The provisional social programme for Conference participants includes the following events :

Thursday :		Welcome drink and get-together sandwich buffet at lunchtime
Thursday evening :	Concert
Friday evening :	Belgian Cheese and Beer party at the end of the	poster session
Sunday afternoon :	Excursion
Monday evening :	Conference Dinner

An Accompanying Persons' Programme will be arranged for the whole conference period. Further details will be included in the 
Second Circular.

Registration fees 
_________________
-Normal pre-registration fee before March 31, 1997	BEF 10 000
  Registration fee after March 31, 1997	                BEF 12 500

-Students      before March 31, 1997                    BEF  5 000
	       after March 31, 1997             	BEF  6 000	

-Participants from Industry
	before March 31, 1997                   	BEF 15 000
	after March 31, 1997	                        BEF 18 000

-Accompanying Persons                           	BEF  2 000

Organizing Committees
_____________________
Local Organizing committee
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Chairmen :Prof. J. Fastrez and Prof. L. Ghosez (U.C.L., Louvain-la-Neuve)
Conference Secretary :Prof. M. Devillers (U.C.L., Louvain-la-Neuve)

Members : 
Dr.   O. B Nagy (U.C.L., Louvain-la-Neuve)
Prof. P. De Clercq (R.U.G., Gent)
Prof. F. De Schrijver (K.U.L., Leuven)
Prof. L. Hevesi, (F.U.N.D.P., Namur)
Prof. F. Kirsch-Demesmaeker (U.L.B., Brussels)
Prof. A. Laschewsky (U.C.L., Louvain-la-Neuve)
Prof. J. Marchand-Brynaert (U.C.L., Louvain-la-Neuve)
Prof. J.-P. Soumillion (U.C.L., Louvain-la-Neuve)

International Advisory Committee
--------------------------------
Prof. P. Ahlberg (Chairman, Göteborg, Sweden)
Dr.   M. Eckert-Maksic (Zagreb, Croatia)
Prof. J. Engberts (Groningen, Netherlands)
Dr.   R. Leis (Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
Dr.   H. Maskill (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England)
Prof. R. More O'Ferrall (Dublin, Ireland)
Prof. P. Müller (Genève, Switzerland)
Prof. M. Page (Huddersfield, England)
Prof. Z. Rappoport (Jerusalem, Israel)
Prof. M.-F. Ruasse (Paris, France)
Prof. G. Scorrano (Padova, Italy)
Prof. U. Siehl (Ulm, Germany)


For further information, please refer to the Scientific Secretariat of the Conference :

	Prof. M. Devillers
	ESOR-VI Conference Secretary
	Catholic University of Louvain
	Laboratory of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
	1 place Louis Pasteur
	B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve , Belgium

	Tel. : 32-10 47 28 27
	Fax :  32-10 47 28 36
	e-mail : devillers at inan.ucl.ac.be
or get a moment to see our page maintained by Claude Drossart at:
    http://www.chim.ucl.ac.be/CHIM/esor.html

To receive the Second Circular/Application Form for this Symposium (January 1997), please print and fill in the following form, send it to 
the Conference Secretary ( or an Email with the same information).
DO NOT SEND YOUR REPLY TO THE LIST !
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