PROGRAMME

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CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Maryam AGHAEI  (Department of Chemistry, University of Antwerp)

Günther ALLMAIER  (Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, Vienna University of Technology)

Alessandro D´ULIVO  (Institute of Chemistry of Organometallic Compounds, UOS of Pisa, National Research Council of Italy)

Joachim FRANZKE  (Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften - ISAS - e.V., Dortmund)

Martin HOF  (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v.v.i., Prague)

Norbert JAKUBOWSKI  (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin)

Margaretha de LOOS-VOLLEBREGT  (Department of Chemistry, Ghent University)

Marcel Bruno MIGLIERINI  (Institute of Nuclear and Physical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava)

Jürgen POPP  (Institute of Physical Chemistry, Friedrich-Schiller University Jena)

Vladimír SKLENÁŘ  (Central European Institute of Technology, Masaryk University, Brno)

Martin URÍK  (Institute of Laboratory Research on Geomaterials, Comenius University in Bratislava)

Zdeněk WEISS  (Institute of Physics of the CAS, v.v.i., Prague)

Renato ZENOBI  (Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH, Zürich)

 

Scientific programme

The scientific programme consists of plenary (45 min), invited (30 min) and oral lectures (20 min) and poster presentations. English, Czech and Slovak are the official languages of the conference.

Lectures

Plenary lecture takes 45 minutes, invited 30 minutes and oral presentation 15 minutes. The reserved time for lectures includes the discussion also. The presentations prepared in PowerPoint in English are required.

Posters

Poster has to be prepared in English and required dimensions are 120 x 80 cm (portrait) to fit the poster boards.

Awards

The best poster and the best young scientist oral presentation will be awarded. All poster presentations will take part in the competition for The best poster. Students are encouraged to submit oral presentation. Their oral presentation will take part in the competition for The best young scientist oral presentation. The award ceremony will be held during Conference dinner on Wednesday, May 28.

Social programme

Social programme included in Conference fee covers Welcome Cocktail (Sunday, May 27), Conference Dinner (Wednesday, May 30) and excursion (Tuesday, May 29).

 

Rudolf Jelinek Distillery Land

Rudolf Jelinek is a company concerned with the production of alcoholic drinks, especially spirits which has an established tradition in Vizovice since 16th century. The most-known product of the company is Slivovitz of which they produce a varied assortment (kosher, non-kosher, Gold, White etc.).  Furthermore, the company produce trademark fruit brandies of the highest quality (e.g. pear brandy, apricot brandy, cherry brandy etc.). The excursion lasts 80 minutes and includes tasting of 3 types of products.

 

Buchlov Castle

Buchlov Castle is a royal castle that belongs to the most wonderful points of interest in southeastern Moravia. The castle was built approximately in the first part of the 13th century, but archaeological finds suggest that the area around Buchlov Castle was settled in the oldest periods of civilization. The excursion takes 50 minutes and includes gothic and renaissance parts of the castle, arts and architecture. Guided tour contains more than  200 stairs.

 

Stud Farm Napajedla and Baťa Canal boating

Stud Farm in Napajedla was established in 1882 by Aristid Baltazzi and it is one of the most important and oldest breeds of English thoroughbreds in the Czech Republic. Baťa Canal is a partly artificial water canal on the Morava river built during 1934 – 1938 as an initial phase of a long planned (but never realized) Danube-Oder canal. Nowadays, it serves mainly for recreational cruises and measure all of 60 km. The cruise Spytihněv – Napajedla takes about 40 minutes and whole trip lasts around 2 hours.

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