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Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to Sakarya for the “5th International Turkic World Conference on Chemical Sciences and Technologies (ITWCCST 2019)” which will take place in Sakarya, Turkey between 25-29 October 2019.
As we were always taught in class, “Chemistry is the central science”. Indeed, chemistry is associated with other fields of science and is known to have numerous applications. Chemistry is both a fundamental and an applicable science. Recently the application of chemistry has gained so much importance and scientific studies have focused in this direction. The application of chemistry to other sciences has increased remarkably.
The main goal of ITWCCST 2019 is to bring together researchers, scientists and experts in universities, companies, institutions, communities, agencies, associations and societies to provide them a unique platform for sharing worldwide ideas as well as the recent developments on chemical sciences and technologies.
In addition to the scientific atmosphere, there will be through many of the social events which are integrated in the conference program organized, which will also constitute an informal platform for interaction between scientists and a chance for relaxation after busy scientific days. You will also enjoy the generous Turkish hospitality which is deeply rooted in history and tradition of Turkey. And then there will be social activities which include to visit Sakarya and İstanbul.
We are looking forward to greeting you at the ITWCCST 2019 in Sakarya.
On Behalf of the Organizing Committee,
Prof. Dr. Abdil Özdemir
Sakarya University, Turkey
Deadline for Normal Registration and Normal Payment
August 22, 2019
Deadline for Late Registration and Late Payment
September 17, 2019
Deadline for Abstract Submission
September 22, 2019
Dates of Conference
October 25-29, 2019
Deadline for Full Text Submission (Optional)
November 24, 2019
Chromatography and Separation Technology
Metals and Materials Chemistry
Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship (QSAR)
Science and Chemistry Education
Theoretical and Computational Chemistry