Call for papers
The Electronic Conferences on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC) are a series of conferences that have been held online since 1997. Originally, it was an initiative of MDPI, and was later amalgamated with the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). It now constitutes the longest running electronic conference in the world. It maintains free participation and registration in the true spirit of open access on the World Wide Web. The conference this year will cover a wide range of aspects involved in synthetic organic chemistry. A non-exhaustive list of topics that will be considered comprises:
- General Organic Synthesis
- Bioorganic, Medicinal and Natural Products Chemistry
- Microwave Assisted Synthesis
- Polymer and Supramolecular Chemistry
- Computational Chemistry
- Ionic Liquids
ECSOC22 offers you the opportunity to participate in this international, scholarly conference without having the concern or expenditure of travel. The conference will be completely free of charge—both to “attend”, and for scholars to upload and present their latest work on the conference platform. There will be a possibility to submit selected papers to the journal Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049, Impact Factor: 3.098 (2017) ; 5-Year Impact Factor: 3.268 (2017); http://www.mdpi.com/journal/molecules).
Abstracts (in English) should be submitted by *15 October 2018* online at https://sciforum.net/conference/ecsoc-22. After the abstract is accepted by the Scientific Committee, the authors will be invited to prepare a full description of their work under the form of a PowerPoint presentation, and to upload it *before 10 November 2018* to ensure there is time for a final check.
We hope you will be able to join this exciting event and support us in making it a success. The 22nd International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry is organized and sponsored by MDPI (http://www.mdpi.com), an open access publisher based in Switzerland.
We look forward to receiving your research papers and to welcome you at this 22nd edition of the e-Conference.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
*Dr. Julio A. Seijas Vázquez*
Chair of the 22nd Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC 22)
Dr. Julio A. Seijas
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Instructions for Authors
- Scholars interested in participating with the conference can submit their abstract (about 200-250 words covering the areas of manuscripts for the proceedings issue) online on this website until 15 October 2018.
- The Conference Committee will pre-evaluate, based on the submitted abstract, whether a contribution from the authors of the abstract will be welcome for the 22nd International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry. All authors will be notified by 25 October 2018 about the acceptance of their abstract.
- If the abstract is accepted for this conference, the author is asked to submit the manuscript, optionally along with a PowerPoint and/or video presentation of his/her paper (only PDF), until the submission deadline of 10 November 2018.
- The conference proceedings papers and presentations will be available on https://sciforum.net/conference/ecsoc-22 for discussion.
- Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings of the conference and the Open Access Journal Molecules will publish the proceedings of the conference as a Special Issue.
Manuscripts for the proceedings issue must have the following organization:
Full author names
Affiliations (including full postal address) and authors' e-mail addresses
Abstract (200-250 words)
Results and Discussion
Manuscripts should be prepared in MS Word or any other word processor and should be converted to the PDF format before submission. The publication format will be PDF.
Authors are encouraged to prepare a presentation in PowerPoint or similar software, to be displayed online along with the Manuscript. Slides, if available, will be displayed directly in the website using Sciforum.net's proprietary slides viewer. Slides can be prepared in exactly the same way as for any traditional conference where research results can be presented. Slides should be converted to the PDF format before submission so that our process can easily and automatically convert them for online displaying.
Besides their active participation within the forum, authors are also encouraged to submit video presentations. The video should be no longer than 20 minutes and be prepared with the following formats,
Submission of Manuscripts
Submission: Manuscripts should be submitted online at https://sciforum.net/conferences by registering and logging in to this website.
Accepted File Formats
MS Word: Manuscript prepared in MS Word must be converted into a single file before submission. When preparing manuscripts in MS Word, the Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry Microsoft Word template file (see download below) must be used. Please do not insert any graphics (schemes, figures, etc.) into a movable frame which can superimpose the text and make the layout very difficult.
Paper Format: A4 paper format, the printing area is 17.5 cm x 26.2 cm. The margins should be 1.75 cm on each side of the paper (top, bottom, left, and right sides).
Formatting / Style: Papers should be prepared following the style of ECSOC 2017 template. The full titles and the cited papers must be given. Reference numbers should be placed in square brackets [ ], and placed before the punctuation; for example  or [1-3], and all the references should be listed separately and as the last section at the end of the manuscript.
Authors List and Affiliation Format: Authors' full first and last names must be given. Abbreviated middle name can be added. For papers written by various contributors a corresponding author must be designated. The PubMed/MEDLINE format is used for affiliations: complete street address information including city, zip code, state/province, country, and email address should be added. All authors who contributed significantly to the manuscript (including writing a section) should be listed on the first page of the manuscript, below the title of the article. Other parties, who provided only minor contributions, should be listed under Acknowledgments only. A minor contribution might be a discussion with the author, reading through the draft of the manuscript, or performing English corrections.
Figures, Schemes and Tables: Authors are encouraged to prepare figures and schemes in color. Full color graphics will be published free of charge. Figure and schemes must be numbered (Figure 1, Scheme I, Figure 2, Scheme II, etc.) and a explanatory title must be added. Tables should be inserted into the main text, and numbers and titles for all tables supplied. All table columns should have an explanatory heading. Please supply legends for all figures, schemes and tables. The legends should be prepared as a separate paragraph of the main text and placed in the main text before a table, a figure or a scheme.
Potential Conflicts of Interest
It is the authors' responsibility to identify and declare any personal circumstances or interests that may be perceived as inappropriately influencing the representation or interpretation of clinical research. If there is no conflict, please state here "The authors declare no conflict of interest." This should be conveyed in a separate "Conflict of Interest" statement preceding the "Acknowledgments" and "References" sections at the end of the manuscript. Financial support for the study must be fully disclosed under "Acknowledgments" section.
MDPI AG, the publisher of the Sciforum.net platform, is an open access publisher. We believe that authors should retain the copyright to their scholarly works. Hence, by submitting a Communication paper to this conference, you retain the copyright of your paper, but you grant MDPI AG the non-exclusive right to publish this paper online on the Sciforum.net platform. This means you can easily submit your paper to any scientific journal at a later stage and transfer the copyright to its publisher (if required by that publisher).
List of accepted submissions (89)
|g-C3N4/Ni nanocomposite: an efficient and eco-friendly recyclable catalyst for the synthesis of quinoxalines||Afsaneh Rashidizadeh Hossein Ghafuri||N/A||
Nowadays, with increasing environmental concerns, the development of sustainable and friendly heterogeneous catalysts has attracted more and more attention in both the scientific and industrial communities. Hence, the use of nanocatalysts with well-defined structures, environmentally benign, high catalytic activity, and high chemical stability are desirable instead of corrosive and hazardous chemicals. In recent years, polymeric mesoporous graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4) has turned out to be a fascinating choice for catalyst or catalyst support due to the special physical and chemical properties, thermal stability, non-toxicity, unique electronic properties, and large surface area. The incorporation of nitrogen atoms in the carbon architecture of the g-C3N4 gives rise to the active chemical sites exposed on the surface. On the other hand, depositing metal nanoparticles onto g-C3N4 is an effective strategy to enhance the catalytic activity of g-C3N4. In the present study, g-C3N/Ni as a recyclable, highly efficient heterogeneous catalyst with a good porous structure have been prepared and its catalytic activity was investigated for the synthesis of quinoxaline derivatives.
|ZrO2/g-C3N4 hybrid nanocomposite: an efficient and eco-friendly recyclable catalyst for the trimethylsilyl protection of hydroxyl groups and synthesis of a-aminophosphonates||Ghazaleh Jafari Hossein Ghafuri Nahal Goodarzi Afsaneh Rashidizadeh||N/A||
Recently considerable attention has been devoted to heterogeneous catalysts. Generally, heterogeneous catalysts offer several advantages such as mild reaction conditions, high throughput and ease of work-up procedures. Among the heterogeneous catalysts investigated, polymeric mesoporous graphitic carbon nitrides (g-C3N4) has attracted much attention recently due to strong van der Waals interactions between the layers, g-C3N4 is chemically stable against acid, base and organic solvents and also thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) reveals that g-C3N4 is thermally stable even in air up to 600 oC, which can be attributed to its aromatic C-N heterocycles. More importantly, g-C3N4 is only composed of two earth-abundant elements: carbon and nitrogen. This not only suggests that it can be easily prepared at low cost, but also its properties can be tuned by simple strategies without significant alteration of the overall composition. The last approach is considered as the most efficient way to design of high-performance heterogeneous catalysts utilizing the g-C3N4 as catalyst support. An interesting phenomenon is that the modification is mainly focused on metal oxides. Zirconia (ZrO2) is a physically rigid material with chemical inertness. It has high resistance against attacks by acids, alkalis, oxidants and reductants. In this study, ZrO2/g-C3N4 hybrid nanocomposite has been shown to be an excellent catalyst for the conversion of alcohols and phenols into their corresponding trimethylsilyl ethers with hexamethyldisilazane (HMDS) under solvent-free condition and for the synthesis of a-aminophosphonates. In addition, the ZrO2/g-C3N4 can be easily recycled after separation from the reaction mixture without considerable loss in catalytic activity.
|Synthesis of small organic molecule based on malononitrile group toward green energy performance in organic photovoltaic solar cells||Ali Maleki Kobra Valadi||N/A||
In the last centuries, human beings have sought to supply their energy. Energy from fossil fuels is recognized as a sources unrenewable energy. Recently, due to the reduction of unrenewable resources, increased greenhouse gas emissions and environmental pollution, and endangering human health, people beings are forced to replace non-renewable energy sources with renewable energy sources. The most important devices to convert solar energy into electrical energy are solar cells. Organic solar cells are a green class of solar cells. Although organic photovoltaic solar cells (OPVSCs) have lower returns than the first generation solar cells; but, due to low cost of fabrication, lightweight and good flexibility, have attracted a lot of attentions. In green OPVSCs construction, from small and large organic molecules based on donorـlinkersـacceptor have been used.
|Acid treatment of halloysite nanoclay: Eco-friendly heterogeneous catalyst for the synthesis of pyrrole derivatives||Ali Maleki Zoleikha Hajizadeh||
Halloysite is a two-layered aluminosilicate with a tube structure. The external surface and the internal of halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) are composed of silicon-oxygen tetrahedron and alumina oxygen octahedrons, respectively. The reaction of the acid with both the outer and inner surfaces of the nanotubes causes the AlO6 octahedral layers to dissolve and dealumination occurred. The acid treatment of halloysite has been used as a traditional chemical activation method for improving the performance of its catalytic activity. In continues to our research and due to the importance of pyrrole scaffold, herein, an efficient synthesis of pyrrole derivatives was carried out in the presence of a catalytic amount of acid treatment HNTs as a nanocatalyst in ethanol at room temperature in high yields. The solid nanocatalyst can be recovered easily and reused without any significant loss of the catalytic activity.
|Ionic liquids vs. microporous solids as reusable reaction media for the catalytic C–H functionalization of indoles with alcohols||Francisco Cirujano||
High performance reusable catalysts and reaction media are evaluated for the green alkylation of indoles with alcohols under mild and solvent-free conditions. For a range of Brønsted and Lewis acid catalytic sites in different environments, such as inexpensive ionic liquids or microporous solids, we show a correlation between the acid strength and catalytic activity, achieving the highest turnovers reported for strong acid sites upon five reuses under mild conditions.
Dr. Enrique Cabaleiro Lago. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Spain
Dr. Mohammad G. Dekamin. Iran University of Science & Technology. Iran
Dr. Roman Dembinski. Oakland University. USA
Dr. Simona Funar-Timofei. Institute of Chemistry Timisoara of Romanian Academy. Romania
Dr. Fernanda Gadini Finelli . Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Brazil
Dr. Rocío Gámez Montaño. Universidad de Guanajuato. Mexico
Dr. Manik Ghosh. Birla Institute of Technology. India
Dr. Josef Jampílek. Faculty of Pharmacy, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia
Dr. Maria Kneeteman. Universidad Nacional del Litoral. Argentina
Dr. Sachin Laddha. S.N.D.T. Women’s University. India
Dr. Elena López Lago. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Spain
Dr. Anna P. G. Nikalje. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University. Dr.Rafiq Zakaria Campus, India
Dr. Juan Ortigueira Amor. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Spain
Dr. Pavel Pazdera. Masaryk University. Czech Republic
Dr. M. Manuela M. Raposo. Universidade do Minho. Portugal
Dr. Claudio Santi. University of Perugia. Italy
Dr. Miguel Angel Sierra. Real Sociedad Española de Química (RSEQ). Spain
Dr. Anatoly D. Shutalev. Moscow Technological University. Russian Federation
Dr. Victor Hugo Soto Tellini. University of Costa Rica. Costa Rica
Dr. Wolfgang Stadlbauer. University of Graz. Austria
Dr. Aravind Sivasubramanian. SASTRA University. India
Dr. Thies Thiemann. United Arab Emirates Univ. United Arab Emirates
Dr. Valérie Thiéry. Université de La Rochelle. France
Dr. Bai Yang. Jilin University. China
Dr. Noureddine Choukchou-Braham. Université Aboubakr Belkaid. Algeria