October 21-23, 2019 China•Beijing•Tsinghua University
International Mechanism and Synthesis Symposium Welcome

International Mechanism and Synthesis Symposium (“MASS”) It will be held at Tsinghua University on October 21-23, 2019.

Physical organic chemistry provides rational guidance for the study of basic scientific issues in the fields of material science, materials science and life sciences. Through quantitative research and theoretical induction of material molecular structure and its reconstruction, development has a guiding role in material creation and transformation. New methods, new theories. Synthetic chemistry is the primary task of creating new substances, new structures and new functions. It is the core and foundation of chemical science and is at the forefront of the development of chemical science. The purpose of the MASS series report is to promote the in-depth exchanges between experts and scholars in the field of physical organic chemistry and organic synthetic chemistry, and to provide new ideas for the rational development of organic synthesis.

The conference will invite a group of well-known scholars from relevant fields at home and abroad to showcase the latest developments in physical organic chemistry and organic synthetic chemistry, exchange research ideas and future ideas, share new ideas and methods of research, meet new friends and expand new thinking.


Organizer: Center of Basic Molecular Science, Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University

Chairman of the meeting: Academician Cheng Jinpei and Professor Mayr

Organizing Committee: Luo Sanzhong   Jiao Lei   Zhang Mingtian   Liu Qiang   Li Bijie   Zhang Long   Yang Jindong   Ji Pengju


The internationally renowned scholars that have been confirmed so far are:

Matthias Beller(Leibniz Catalysis Institute)
Gregory C. Fu(California Institute of Technology)
Paul Chirik(Princeton University)
Dennis Curran(University of Pittsburgh)
Burkhard Koenig(University of Regensburg, Germany)

We warmly welcome you to attend and report!

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