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The 13th Edition of the  Post-graduate Summer School on Green Chemistry that will be held from the 4th to 10th of July 2018 in Venice. 

The event is organized in collaboration with the IUPAC Interdivisional Committee on Green Chemistry for Sustainable Development ICGCSD (https://iupac.org/body/041 ) and the Venice’ Ca’ Foscari University (www.unive.it).

Green Chemistry is one of the key sciences of a sustainable development on earth and required for reaching the 17 UN-Goals: IUPAC and ICGCSD are fully aware of their responsibility in working in the direction of Sustainable Development through Green Chemistry.

 

This Summer School follows the 12 previous editions held from 1998 to 2020, but will be the first one organized both on site and online.

For on site students, the School will be hosted in the new Santa Marta Venice' Camplus (https://www.camplus.it/eventi/rassegna-stampa-2019/inaugurazione-camplus-venezia-santa-marta/).

 

Scholarships will be offered to young talented chemists especially from developing countries.

 

The choice of Venice, this extraordinary but delicate architectural masterpiece between land and sea, as Host city for the Summer School will offer the opportunity to highlight the emerging connection of Green Chemistry with cultural heritage restoration and conservation field.

Info about the 2020’ online Edition could be found on the following website www.unive.it/ssgc

 

During the 2020’ Edition, 200 post-graduate students, coming from all over the world, attended our School and we will expect the same number for the next July’ Edition.

 

Main topics will be:

    • Benign synthesis routes
    • Green catalysis
    • Alternative solvents
    • Renewable and green raw materials
    • Green chemistry for energy
    • Clean processes
    • Green Chemistry education

 

Applications are now open!

You can find complete information about the School in the Summer School Poster, at the end of the page, and at the following website www.greenchemistry.school