27 No. 2
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||Announcements of conferences, symposia, workshops, meetings, and other upcoming activities.
Novel Aromatic Compounds
14–18 August 2005
St. John’s, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
In the spirit of previous International Symposia on Novel Aromatic Compounds, topics for ISNA-11 will span a diverse range of disciplines that involve not only the preparation and study of aromatic compounds, but also more general themes concerning aromaticity. The technical program will feature plenary talks lectures, short invited lectures, and several poster sessions. Leading scientists will discuss aspects concerning the synthesis of aromatic compounds with unique properties, experimental and theoretical characterization of such molecules, as well as their incorporation into devices. Participants in ISNA will draw from all major areas of modern organic, biological, and materials chemistry, fostering healthy discussion and debate of a range of topics. The participation of young scientists (undergraduate and graduate students) and post-doctoral fellows is highly encouraged, and reduced registration fees will apply. The conference social program will include a welcome mixer and conference banquet, and the program for accompanying persons will offer a number of possible excursions. Registration and accommodation information, as well as relevant deadlines, can be found on the conference Web site.
ISNA-11 will be held 14–18 August 2005 at the Fairmont Hotel, Newfoundland. Situated in the heart of St. John’s, this scenic venue provides breathtaking views of the harbor, Signal Hill, and the historic city center. The city of St. John’s is located on the Avalon Peninsula in the maritime province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is a vibrant city in a unique location and one of the oldest in North America. Cradled in a harbor carved from granite on Canada’s eastern shore, St. John’s and the surrounding area abound with spectacular ocean scenery, wonderful urban parks, charming streetscapes, and historical sites. It is a perfect setting for combining scientific discussion and personal enjoyment.
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