The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Organic chemistry is termed as the “Chemistry of Life” because all the molecules of a living tissue have the vital element carbon in it. It specifically studies carbon compounds. Carbon has many unique properties that allow it to form complex chemical bonds with itself and other large molecules with the help of several forces of nature. Its study also includes stereo chemistry.Organic chemistry is termed as the “Chemistry of Life” because all the molecules of a living tissue have the vital element carbon in it. It specifically studies carbon compounds. Carbon has many unique properties that allow it to form complex chemical bonds with itself and other large molecules with the help of several forces of nature. Its study also includes stereo chemistry.
- Track 1-1Chemical Composition
- Track 1-2Classification
- Track 1-3Synthesis
- Track 1-4Bio organic Chemistry
- Track 1-5Stereo chemistry
- Track 1-6Features of Carboxylic Compounds
- Track 1-7Human Nutrition
The breadth of modern inorganic chemistry is reflected in the research interests comprising coordination compounds, Organometallic complexes and bio inorganic molecules. Inorganic chemists are interested in all of the elements in the periodic table with a special emphasis on transition-metal elements. Biological studies of Inorganic chemistry deals on the relationship between protein structure and long-range electron transfer ,the role of metalloenzymes in catalysis. Inorganic chemistry characterize, create, understand and develop tools to research inorganic and hybrid organic–inorganic molecules. Bio inorganic chemistry is about the structure, function, mechanism and dynamics of biologically relevant metal complexes and metal-containing proteins.
- Track 2-1Radical Developments (Acids,Bases,Salts,Oxides)
- Track 2-2Types of Reactions
- Track 2-3Electronic Configurations
- Track 2-4Case Studies on Co-ordination Chemistry
- Track 2-5Molecular Geometry
- Track 2-6Organometallic Compounds
The Combinatorial relationship between Physics and Chemistry is being revealed through Physical Chemistry. It is one of the traditional sub-disciplines of chemistry that is concerned with the concepts and theories of physics to the analysis of behaviour of matter and their chemical properties. Physical chemists develop new theories to find the formation of complex structures. Their work involves analysing materials, developing methods to test and characterize the properties of materials, developing theories about these properties and discovering the potential use of the materials. Physical chemists’ discoveries are based on understanding chemical properties and describing their behaviour using theories of physics and mathematical computations.
- Track 3-1Quantum Chemistry
- Track 3-2Electro Chemistry
- Track 3-3Photo Chemistry
- Track 3-4Thermodynamics
- Track 3-5Surface Chemistry
- Track 3-6Radioisotopes
Polymer chemistry is the study of the synthesis, characterization and properties of polymer molecules or macromolecules, which are large molecules composed of repeating chemical subunits known as monomers. Polymer chemists study the combination of monomers and create useful materials with specific characteristics by manipulating the molecular structure. Polymers permeate every aspect of daily life, and it is difficult to imagine a society without synthetic and natural polymers. Polymer products can be lightweight, hard, strong, and flexible and have special thermal, electrical, optical characteristics. Because of their low cost, high specificity, and adaptability, polymers have a very wide range of applications. They are used in the construction, furniture, electronics, communication, packaging, energy, health care, transportation, and sports industries.
- Track 4-1Synthesis and Polymerization
- Track 4-2Chemical Testing of Polymers
- Track 4-3Bio-related Medical Polymers
- Track 4-4Polymer Nanotechnology
- Track 4-5Electrical Properties their effects on polymers
- Track 4-6Thermal Analysis of Polymers
Medicinal chemistry blends synthetic organic chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacology. It concentrates on the bio-active molecules and pharmaceutical agents that involves analysing existing drugs and potential new drugs using synthetic organic chemistry skills, Analytical instrumentation skills. Medicinal chemists apply their chemistry training to the process of synthesizing new pharmaceuticals. Pharmaceutical chemistry also includes other branches of study such as Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics and drug metabolism. On the other hand, it involves cures and remedies for diseases, Analytical techniques, pharmacology, metabolism, quality assurance, and drug chemistry. It contributes to life-saving remedies, enhance the speed of delivery of new medications, and help others.
- Track 5-1Computer Aided Drug Designing- CADD
- Track 5-2New Trends in Pharmacology & Drug Development
- Track 5-3Targeted Drug Delivery System
- Track 5-4Chromatographic Techniques for Drug Analysis
- Track 5-5Novel Drug Designing & Drug Delivery
- Track 5-6Chemistry based Pharmacology
- Track 5-7Chemistry based Toxicology
Analytical chemistry is the science of processing and finding information about the composition and structure of matter. Analytical chemists use their knowledge of chemistry, instrumentation, computers, and statistics to solve problems in almost all areas of chemistry and for all kinds of industries. Analytical methods are used to assure the safety and quality of food, pharmaceuticals, and water; to assure compliance with environmental regulations, to support the legal process, to help physicians diagnose diseases and to provide measurements and documentation essential to trade and commerce. Analytical chemists conduct basic laboratory research; perform process and product development design instruments used in Analytical analysis.
- Track 6-1Techniques such as Western blotting, Co-immunoprecipitation
- Track 6-2Applications Of Analytical Chemistry
- Track 6-3New Analytical Instrumentation and Equipment
- Track 6-4Diagnostic Assays and Test Kits
- Track 6-5Chromatography
Industrial Chemistry is the branch of chemistry, which applies physical and chemical processes towards the transformation of natural materials and their derivatives to products that benefits mankind. Industrial chemistry is the link between the research and industrial-scale Chemical engineering. Industrial chemists make use of their broad understanding of chemistry and environmental sustainability in areas like pharmaceutical companies, polymer manufacturing, petrochemical processing, food science, and manufacturing industries. They are constantly striving to improve the safety and efficiency of making important chemicals and materials. This class of chemistry is a vital part in optimizing production to produce large amounts of a substance as cheaply as possible that is termed as Process optimization. Industrial chemistry is part of the long chain in the design and manufacturing process.
- Track 7-1Industrial chemicals production
- Track 7-2Agrochemicals
- Track 7-3Petrochemicals
- Track 7-4Trace Analysis of Petrochemicals
- Track 7-5Chemistry in Cosmetics and Textiles
Nano chemistry has a unique approach in building devices with a molecular-scale precision. The advantages of nanodevices in medicine, computing, scientific exploration, and electronics can be envisioned. The main challenge is to understand the new rules of behaviour as the nanoscale systems lie at the threshold between classical and quantum behaviour that do not exist in larger devices. Studies of Nano chemical systems include interactions of individual atoms to manipulate them, to control chemical reactions at an atomic level, to study the larger molecular assemblies such as dendrimers, clusters, and polymers. From studies of assemblies; nanotubes, nanowires, three-dimensional molecular assemblies have been developed.
- Track 8-1Nano particles
- Track 8-2Nano structured Materials
- Track 8-3Nano crystals and Clusters
- Track 8-4Quantum dot Imaging
- Track 8-5Graphene and Fluorographene
Environmental chemistry is an interdisciplinary study that connects. Analytical chemistry and environmental science. It deals with the observation of the chemical reactions during the natural processes in soil, water and air. Environmental chemists analyse the interaction of chemicals with the natural environment. Sampling and analysis can determine whether human activities have contaminated the environment or caused harmful reactions or not.
- Track 9-1Contamination
- Track 9-2Bio engineering
- Track 9-3Environmental Indicators
- Track 9-4Green Solvents
- Track 9-5Synthetic Techniques
- Track 9-6Testing and Analysis of Food
Food chemistry comprises three biological components of food — carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Carbohydrates are sugars, the chemical fuels needed for better functioning of our cells. Lipids are fats and oils that lubricate the organs within the body. Proteins are complex molecules composed of amino acids that are chained, folded together into a three-dimensional structure. Our body can synthesize some of the amino acids; however, eight essential amino acids must be taken in as part of our food. Food chemists work on improvising the quality, processing, safety, storage and taste of our food. Flavourists work with chemicals to improve sensory appeals, such as enhancing colour, odour or texture.
- Track 10-1Chemistry of Food
- Track 10-2Food Security
- Track 10-3Storage and Preservation of Food
- Track 10-4Food Adulterations
- Track 10-5Energy utilization in the Cell
- Track 10-6Chemistry of the Immune response
Biochemistry is a fascinating study of the chemical processes and transformations in living organisms on processes happening at a molecular level. It focuses on scientific disciplines, including genetics, microbiology, forensics, plant science and medicine. It is one of the academic disciplines in life science that studies the structure, function, metabolism and the mechanism of the components in the cells; such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids, up to the molecular level. The term biochemistry, was first coined in 1903 by Carl Neuberg, the father of biochemistry who studied the transport of soluble chemicals in cells which allowed for day to day cellular processes. Biochemistry is the application of chemistry to the study of biological processes at the cellular and molecular level. It emerged as a distinct discipline around the beginning of the 20th century when scientists combined chemistry, physiology and biology to investigate the chemistry of living systems.
- Track 11-1Bio molecules- Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic acids
- Track 11-2Metabolism(ATP)
- Track 11-3Chemistry of Nutrition and Vitamins
Material chemistry provides information about the structure and composition of materials, as well as the processes to synthesize and use them. It involves applications from a number scientific disciplines that contribute to the creation of new materials. The central theory of material chemistry involves relating the micro structure of a material to its macro molecular physical and chemical properties. Customization of materials would find specific properties for specific uses. Materials scientists who products from metals, ceramics, and rubber. The other areas are polymers (including biological polymers), composites (heterogeneous materials made of two or more substances), superconducting materials, graphite materials, integrated-circuit chips, and fuel cells.
- Track 12-1Carbon, Graphite and Graphene
- Track 12-2Solar Cells
- Track 12-3Liquid Crystals
- Track 12-4Mesoporous Materials
- Track 12-5Organic Electronics
- Track 12-6Batteries
Theoretical chemistry is the examination of the structural and dynamic properties of molecules using the tools of quantum chemistry, equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and dynamics. Advances have been made in predicting the structure and dynamics of bio molecules, simulating and interpreting spectroscopic line-shapes, assessing traditional models of chemical kinetics and predicting chemical re activity by ab initio methods. Statistical mechanical studies of phase transitions, critical phenomena and interfaces are yielding a fundamental understanding of porous media, micro-emulsions and polymers.
- Track 13-1Cheminformatics
- Track 13-2Mathematical Chemistry
- Track 13-3Molecular Dynamics
- Track 13-4Computational Chemistry
- Track 13-5Molecular Modeling
- Track 13-6Water Splitting
Forensic chemistry is the examination of non-biological trace evidence found at crime scenes in order to identify unknown materials and match samples to known substances. In a new research scientists from the department of chemistry at Louisiana State University (LSU) set out to apply laser technology. This laser ablation technique can capture molecules contained within a finger-mark, including lipids, proteins, genetic material which can be further analysed. Forensic chemists use a wide variety of analyzation methods, such as chromatography, spectrometry and spectroscopy.
- Track 14-1Ballistic Fingerprinting
- Track 14-2Pattern analysis of Bloodstain
- Track 14-3Fingerprint Analysis
- Track 14-4Forensic Arts and Data Analysis
- Track 14-5Forensic Toxicology
Chemical Engineering develops a new product or process that involve chemical reactions involving both Unit operations and Unit Processes. It helps in designing and operating production plants, would pave new ways to make the manufacturing of their products easier and more cost-effective, emphasizes safety procedures for every process and supervise the manufacture of every product. Chemical engineering falls into two main groups which are industrial applications and development of new products.
- Track 15-1Advancements in Reactor design
- Track 15-2Bio Catalysis
- Track 15-3Photo Catalysis
- Track 15-4Nano Catalysis
- Track 15-5Biofuels in Chemical Engineering
This route of chemistry unravels the interaction between substances found in the Earth. Marine Chemists determine the amount of waste that can affect water quality and the environment. Geochemists travel to remote abandoned mines to collect samples and perform mining operations with rough field evaluations and then evaluate contaminants moving through the system. They may also work on pipelines and oil rigs to prevent explosions or spills.
- Track 16-1Physical and Inorganic Chemistry of Water system
- Track 16-2Water and Gas exchange reactions
- Track 16-3Geo-chemical cycles of Earth elements
- Track 16-4Volcanic and Geothermal phenomena
- Track 16-5Paleoclimatology
- Track 16-6Isotopic Geochemistry
- Track 16-7Marine Organic Chemistry