The conference focuses on all aspects of the frontiers of Biological Inorganic Chemistry and follows meetings in Ann Arbor, USA (2005), Cairns, Australia (2003), Florence, Italy (2001) ...
So far as about 158 scientists have accepted to give lectures at the conference. Plenary lectures will be presented by Ivano Bertini, Shunichi Fukuzumi, Isabel Moura, Amy Rosenzweig and the nobel prize laureate Hartmut Michel.
146 session lecturers have been selected from the submitted abstracts. In total about 900 scientists have registered and about 100 accompanying persons. 55 countries are represented by their delegates.
SBIC Early Career Award was dedicated to Y. Lu who will give a plenary lecture on this occasion on Friday.
The conference will take place at the old university in the centre of Vienna.
Additionally to the abstract volume produced by JBIC you will find a CD of the conference abstracts sponsored by Helvetica Chimica Acta in your bag.
March 9th, 2007
Eurasia-Pacific Uninet has awarded 7 short term grants to young scientists from member institutions of Eurasia-Pacific Uninet to attend ICBIC13, July 15 – 20 in Vienna.
March 9th, 2007
The Federal Ministry of Science and Research has awarded 9 short term grants to young scientists, below 35, from Eastern- or South Eastern Europe (non EU states) to attend ICBIC13, July 15 – 20 in Vienna.
Applications (CV, letter of recommendation, list of publications) should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org for attention of Professor Bernhard Keppler, Chairman ICBIC 13.
Februray 28th, 2007
New Deadline for Pre-Registration & Payment at Reduced Rate: