The Swiss Chemical Society Spring Meeting is a one day symposium and provides a high quality program with national and international speakers on a certain topic.

The topic of the 2020 edition is «Chemistry and the Environment» and the event takes place at the FHNW in Muttenz. The board of the SCS Section Chemistry and the Environment (SCE) invites you to join the event and is looking forward to welcoming you in Muttenz on April 3, 2020.

Speakers
  • Prof. Ioannis Katsogiannis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GR
  • Prof. Lucy Carpenter, University of York, UK
  • Prof. Tamara Galloway, University of Exeter, UK
  • Dr. Michael Sander, ETH Zürich, CH
  • Prof. Wendy Queen, EPFL Lausanne, CH
  • Prof. Arturo Keller, UC Santa Barbara, USA
  • Dr. Claudio Screpanti, Syngenta, CH
  • Dr. Bettina Hitzfeld, Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN)

During lunch time the Swiss Chemical Society holds its annual General Assembly. All members are cordially invited to join.


The Section Chemistry and the Environment (SCE)

The SCE represents scientists from all fields of fundamental and applied research in environmental sciences and regulatory experts and acts on their behalf in national and international organizations. The Section’s activities include all research areas related to chemical processes that molecules undergo in the environment and their impact on the environment. It includes atmospheric, aquatic and soil chemistry, and the effect of molecules on living organisms.

Objectives
  • Disseminate information through the organization and sponsorship of meetings, seminars, workshops and lectures
  • Provide a networking platform for environmental scientists to exchange ideas and expert knowledge between academia, industry and regulatory experts 
  • Facilitate contact with leading experts in the field
  • Represent SCE scientists’ interests in national and international organizations 
Scope
  • Networking
  • Scientific events to promote the exchange of knowledge in all areas of environmental chemistry
  • Events are going to be organized at industrial or academic locations to facilitate interdisciplinary exchange