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10th International Conference on Chemistry Education and Research, will be organized around the theme “Contemporary Advances and Innovations in Chemistry”

Chemistry Education and Research-2018 is comprised of 21 tracks and 189 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Chemistry Education and Research-2018.

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Analytical chemistry is the study of instruments and methods that are used to separate, identify, and calculate matter. Analytical chemists use their proficiency of chemistry, instrumentation, statistics, and computers to solve problems in all areas of chemistry. Analytical chemistry comprises of classical, wet chemical methods, modern instrumental methods. Quantitative analysis uses mass or volume changes to quantify the amount of analyte in the sample. Instrumental methods are used to separate samples using chromatography, electrophoretic methods. Analytical chemistry is also concentrated on experimental design, chemo metrics, and the development of new measurement tools. Analytical chemistry has broad applications towards food analysis, forensic study, medicine, science and engineering. Bioanalytical chemistry is a sub-discipline of analytical chemistry that encompasses the separation, detection, identification and quantification of biological samples in different scenarios. It regularly involves the study of molecules such as proteins, DNA, peptides and drugs.

  • Track 1-1Chemical and Instrumental Analysis
  • Track 1-2Sampling Techniques
  • Track 1-3Challenging Chemical Misconceptions
  • Track 1-4Chemometrics in Analytical Chemistry
  • Track 1-5Advances in Separation Methods
  • Track 1-6Chromatographic and Electrophoretic Methods
  • Track 1-7Image based bioanalysis
  • Track 1-8Spectroscopic Analytical Methods
  • Track 1-9Wet Chemical Methods
  • Track 1-10Flow Analysis
  • Track 1-11Enzymes in bioanalytical chemistry
  • Track 1-12Electroanalytical techniques
  • Track 1-13Microdialysis

Biochemistry is also called biological chemistry where we the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms. Biochemistry is the branch of science that explores the chemical processes within and related to living organisms. It is a laboratory based science that brings together both biology and chemistry. Biochemistry mainly focuses on the processes that happen to takes place at a molecular level. It focuses on what is happening inside our cells and studying about the components like proteins, lipids and organelles. It also focuses on how cells interact with each other. 

  • Track 2-1Development of visualizing representations in biochemistry
  • Track 2-2Reasons about biochemical investigations
  • Track 2-3Concept Inventories used to assess core concepts
  • Track 2-4Taxonomy of External Representations 
  • Track 2-5Molecular biology and Chemical biology
  • Track 2-6Metabolisms and metabolic pathways
  • Track 2-7Plant biochemistry
  • Track 2-8Immunology and Enzymology

Chemistry education is a term that refers to the study of teaching and learning of chemistry. Chemistry study is concerned with atoms as building blocks. Topics in chemistry education might include considerate how students learn chemistry, how to teach chemistry, and how to improve learning outcomes by altering teaching methods and suitable training by chemistry instructors, within many modes, including classroom lecture and laboratory activities. Chemistry conferences include many topics relevant to chemistry teaching and learning, such as chemical resources content, chemistry-related activities, laboratory experiments. A large number of ways to explain and exemplify how chemistry can impact day today life, including cooking, cleaning, healthcare, and many other things.

  • Track 3-1Chemistry History, Culture & Outreach
  • Track 3-2Technology enhanced chemistry teaching and learning
  • Track 3-3Skill development through chemistry education
  • Track 3-4Teaching chemistry in culturally diverse environments
  • Track 3-5Laboratory Safety
  • Track 3-6Industry / Academy / Research Centres relationship
  • Track 3-7Chemistry, Society and public engagement
  • Track 4-1Using chemistry education research to teaching strategies and design of instructional materials
  • Track 4-2Research on problem solving techniques in Chemistry
  • Track 4-3Active learning pedagogies for the future of Chemistry Education
  • Track 4-4Role of conceptual integration in understanding and learning Chemistry
  • Track 4-5 Learners Ideas, Misconceptions, and Challenges
  • Track 4-6Experimental experience through project-based learning
  • Track 4-7Chemistry Education through microscale experiments
  • Track 5-1Twenty-first century skills: Using the web in Chemistry Education
  • Track 5-2 Design of dynamic visualizations to enhance conceptual understanding in chemistry 
  • Track 5-3E-learning and blended learning in chemistry education
  • Track 5-4Wiki technologies and communities: New approaches to assess individual and collaborative Learning in chemistry laboratory
  • Track 5-5New tools and challenges for chemical education
  • Track 5-6Smartphone applications for chemistry
  • Track 5-7Teaching chemistry in a virtual and augmented space 
  • Track 5-8 Future of chemical education

Clinical chemistry uses chemical methods to measure the amount of chemical components in body fluids. The most commonly used samples for tests are blood and urine. Components may include blood glucose, hormones, enzymes, electrolytes, lipids, other metabolic substances, and proteins. Following to this tests, some other techniques are also applied which includes the use and measurement of immunoassays, enzyme activities, spectrophotometry, and electrophoresis. Tests executed are closely monitored and quality controlled. These tests are being performed on body fluids, mostly on serum or plasma. This large array of tests can be categorised into sub-specialities of Clinical endocrinology, Haematology, Toxicology, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring.

  • Track 6-1Chemical analysis of body fluids for diagonizing the diseases
  • Track 6-2Colorimetry and Photometry as analytical tools
  • Track 6-3Drug Monitoring and Toxicology
  • Track 6-4Hematology
  • Track 6-5Endocrinology and Metabolism
  • Track 6-6Automation and Analytical Techniques
  • Track 6-7Clinical Immunology
  • Track 6-8Clinical Chemist in education, service and research

Electrochemistry is a discipline that deals with chemical reactions that involve an exchange of electric charges between two substances. Both chemical changes generating electric currents and chemical reactions triggered by the passage of electricity can be considered electrochemical reactions. Electrochemical cell consists of two half-cells where each electrode is in contact with electrolyte. Current flows through the electrodes due to the movement of electrons. Electrochemistry has a number of uses in industry. The principles are mainly applied to make electrical batteries. A battery is a device that stores chemical energy and makes it available in an electrical form. Batteries are made of electrochemical devices such as galvanic cells or fuel cells.

  • Track 7-1Electrochemical cells
  • Track 7-2Solvent and supporting electrolytes
  • Track 7-3Different types of Electrodes
  • Track 7-4Spectroelectrochemistry
  • Track 7-5Redox Reactions
  • Track 7-6Electrolysis
  • Track 7-7Applications of electrochemistry
  • Track 7-8Corrosion Chemistry

Environmental chemistry encompasses the study of chemicals and chemical processes within the air, water, and soil. Environmental chemistry is more than just water, air, soil, and chemicals. People in this field use math, biology, genetics, hydrology, engineering, toxicology.  Green Chemistry is nothing but use of chemistry techniques and methods that decrease to eliminate the use or generation of feedstocks, solvents, reagents, by-products, etc., that are hazardous to human health or environment. Green Chemistry is an approach to the synthesis, processing and use of chemicals that reduces risk to human health and the environment. Environmentally benign solvents have been one of the important research areas of Green Chemistry with great advances seen in chemical reactions. New catalytic processes continue to develop to advance the goals of Green Chemistry, while techniques such as microwave and ultrasonic synthesis as well as in situ spectroscopic methods has been broadly used, leading to spectacular results.

  • Track 8-1Education for Sustainable Development
  • Track 8-2Issued based Chemistry Education on Fuels and Bioplastics
  • Track 8-3Green Chemistry Metrics Use in Teaching
  • Track 8-4Environmental Processes and Reactions
  • Track 8-5Education in Green Chemistry: Europe, USA, Asian Countries
  • Track 8-6Incorporating Green Chemistry into Chemistry Teaching Methods
  • Track 8-7Future Directions and Challenges in Green Chemistry Education
  • Track 8-8Ecotoxicology and biomarkers
  • Track 8-9Green Catalysts
  • Track 8-10Biomass & its sources
  • Track 8-11Environmental Awareness & Concerns
  • Track 8-12Waste valorization techniques
  • Track 8-13Embedding Toxicology in Chemistry Curriculum
  • Track 8-14Green chemistry applications in industries
  • Track 8-15Green energy
  • Track 8-16Methods and Standards of Environmental Analysis 
  • Track 8-17Green Chemical Reactions, Catalysis & materials
  • Track 8-18Waste Management and Recycling

Forensic chemistry is a discipline of chemistry devoted to the analysis of various substances that might have been used in charge of a crime. Forensic chemistry encompasses organic and inorganic analysis, toxicology, and serology. Every method of analysis uses specialized techniques and instrumentation. The process may be simple by setting up a density gradient column to compare soil samples or complicated as using a mass spectrometer or neutron activation analysis to characterize an unknown substance. A wide variety of laboratory techniques and instrumentation are used in forensic studies. They include visible, ultraviolet, and infrared spectrophotometry; neutron activation analysis; gas chromatography and mass spectrophotometry; HPLC; and atomic absorption spectrophotometry. The techniques and instrumentation selected depends upon the type of sample or substance to be examined.

  • Track 9-1Ballistic fingerprinting
  • Track 9-2Forensic toxicology
  • Track 9-3Forensic data analysis
  • Track 9-4Forensic arts
  • Track 9-5Bloodstain pattern analysis
  • Track 9-6Fingerprint analysis

Geochemistry is the division of Earth Science that applies chemical principles for understanding of the Earth system and systems of other planets.  Geochemists consider that the earth is composed of discrete spheres like rocks, fluids, gases and exchange matter and energy over a range of time scales. Sub-disciplines which are active in the department include biogeochemistry, trace and elemental geochemistry, organic geochemistry, and metamorphic and igneous-rock geochemistry.

  • Track 10-1Energy, entropy and thermodynamic concepts
  • Track 10-2Thermodynamic applications to earth
  • Track 10-3Aquatic Chemistry
  • Track 10-4Isotope geochemistry
  • Track 10-5Cosmochemistry
  • Track 10-6geochemistry of solid Earth
  • Track 10-7Organic geochemistry, carbon cycle and climate

Industrial Chemistry is the branch of chemistry which is mainly concerned with physical and chemical processes to transform raw materials into products that are of beneficial to the humanity. The Industrial chemist knowledge linkages in field of engineering, chemical processing, economics and industrial management. Industrial chemistry can be an industry that generates synthetic replacements for natural products. Industrial chemists are employed in various sectors of industry like petroleum, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, paper, textile, water and waste water purification process and plastics. Issues may be problematic for an industry which includes controlling the processes of producing the materials and disposing of by-products generated.

  • Track 11-1Industrial Polymers, Metals and Composites Chemistry
  • Track 11-2Industrial Processes, Catalysis, white Biotechnology and Green Chemistry
  • Track 11-3Desalination
  • Track 11-4Membrane Technology-Nano Filtration and Reverse Osmosis
  • Track 11-5Industrial Water and Waste Water treatment 
  • Track 11-6Industrial Photo Chemistry
  • Track 11-7Nano Technology involved in Industrial Chemistry and Water Treatment

Medicinal chemistry deals with the design, optimization and development of chemical compounds for use as drugs. It is inherently a multidisciplinary topic — beginning with the synthesis of potential drugs followed by studies investigating their interactions with biological targets to understand the medicinal effects of the drug, its metabolism and side-effects. Medicinal chemistry deals with the design, optimization and development of chemical compounds for use as drugs. It is inherently a multidisciplinary topic — beginning with the synthesis of potential drugs followed by studies investigating their interactions with biological targets to understand the medicinal effects of the drug, its metabolism and side-effects.

  • Track 12-1Drug Discovery
  • Track 12-2Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Novel Biologically Active Compounds
  • Track 12-3Drug Design and development
  • Track 12-4CADD (Computer Aided Drug Design)
  • Track 12-5Anticancer agents in Medicinal Chemistry

Nanoscience and nanotechnology are the study and application of extremely small things which are used across all the other science fields such as chemistry, biology, materials science, physics and engineering. Nanoscience is the study and manipulation of materials at atomic, molecular and macromolecular scales, where properties differ expressively at a larger scale. Nanotechnology is the characterisation, design, production and application of structures, devices and systems by controlling shape and size at nanometre scale. Understanding of physics and chemistry and processes at the Nano scale is relevant to all scientific disciplines, engineering and medicine, biotechnology, from chemistry and physics to biology, chemistry, automotive systems, aerospace and robotics. Materials chemistry involves the use of chemistry for the design and synthesis of materials with interesting or potentially useful physical characteristics, such as magnetic, optical, structural or catalytic properties.

  • Track 13-1Biomaterials Chemistry
  • Track 13-2Electronic and Magnetic Materials
  • Track 13-3Energy Materials
  • Track 13-4Nanomaterials and nanoparticles
  • Track 13-5Porous Materials
  • Track 13-6Soft Matter & Biomaterials
  • Track 13-7Magnetic, Electronic & Optical Materials
  • Track 13-8Advanced computational modeling of materials and nanostructures
  • Track 13-9Energy & Environment
  • Track 13-10Nanomaterials Fabrication, Characterization and Tools
  • Track 13-11Nanotech in Life Sciences and Medicine
  • Track 13-12Green Nanotechnology
  • Track 13-13Nanotechnologies for medicine

Natural Products Chemistry is a branch of chemistry which deals with the isolation, identification, structural elucidation, and study of the chemical characteristics of chemical substances produced by living organisms. Natural products are small molecules produced naturally by any organism including primary and secondary metabolites. They include very small molecules, such as urea, and complex structures, such as Taxol. They might be isolable in small quantities but having interesting biological activity and chemical structures, natural product synthesis stances an interesting challenge in organic chemistry

  • Track 14-1Natural products sources, Extraction and isolation
  • Track 14-2Chemistry of fungal products
  • Track 14-3Categories of natural products
  • Track 14-4Natural products contribution to health
  • Track 14-5Marine natural products
  • Track 14-6Chemical synthesis of natural products

Nuclear chemistry is the discipline of chemistry which deals with radioactivity, nuclear processes, such as nuclear transmutation, and nuclear properties. It is the chemistry of radioactive elements such as the radium, actinides and radon together with the chemistry associated with equipment which are designed to execute nuclear processes. It comprises the study of the production and use of radioactive sources for a range of chemistry processes. Some of these include radiotherapy in medical applications; the use of radioactive tracers in industry, science and the environment; and the use of radiation to modify materials such as polymers.

  • Track 15-1Radiation Chemistry and radiology
  • Track 15-2Nuclear Physics
  • Track 15-3Nuclear Chain Reactions
  • Track 15-4Nuclear Fusion and Fission
  • Track 15-5Nuclear power and safety
  • Track 15-6Nuclear medicine
  • Track 15-7Radiation monitoring and protection

Food and Nutrition are the system that we get energy for our bodies. We must to substitute nutrients in our bodies with an innovative source on a daily basis. Water is a significant element of nutrition. Carbohydrates, Proteins, Fats are also essential.  Preserving important Vitamins and Minerals are also significant to preserving good healthiness. For prenatal women and grownups over 50, Vitamins for instance Vitamin D and minerals such as iron and calcium are significant to deliberate after indicating foods to eat, as well as probable dietary supplements. Food chemistry is the science that deals with chemical composition of foods, with chemical structure and properties of food constituents, and with chemical changes food undergoes during processing and storage.

  • Track 16-1Nutrition and food science
  • Track 16-2 Food structure, quality and health including  processing technologies
  • Track 16-3Chemical reactions in food
  • Track 16-4Risk/benefits evaluation of food components
  • Track 16-5Methodologies and Applications in Food Analysis
  • Track 16-6Novel and rapid methods for food quality, integrity, and safety
  • Track 16-7Food packaging

Organic chemistry is a chemistry sub-discipline concerned about the study of the properties, structure, and reactions of organic materials and organic compounds, i.e., matter in various forms that contain carbon atoms. Organic reactions study includes their scope through use in preparation of target compounds by chemical synthesis, as well as the attentive study of the reactions of individual organic molecules, both in the theoretical and laboratory study. Organic chemistry includes the synthesis, analytical methods, structure determination, reaction mechanisms and kinetics, and spectroscopic methods. It also includes organometallic chemistry, where it deals with the study of carbon-based compounds that contain metals. It also includes stereochemistry where it deals with the relative spacial arrangement of atoms. Methods of organic chemistry are heavily used in polymer chemistry, materials science and natural product chemistry. Inorganic chemistry is the study of the structures, properties, synthesis and reactions of compounds. Inorganic chemistry integrates the compounds both molecular and extended solids and overlaps with organic chemistry in the area of organometallic chemistry where the metals are bonded to carbon-containing ligands and molecules. Inorganic chemistry is important to many practical approaches including catalysis, energy conversion and storage.

  • Track 17-1Organic reactions and catalysis
  • Track 17-2Modern organic chemistry and applications
  • Track 17-3Stereochemistry of organic compounds
  • Track 17-4Mechanistic inorganic chemistry
  • Track 17-5Advances in Organometallic Chemistry
  • Track 17-6Solid State Chemistry
  • Track 17-7Application of inorganic chemistry in synthesis
  • Track 17-8Photocatalysis
  • Track 17-9Bioinorganic chemistry

Petrochemistry is the branch of chemistry that studies petroleum and its derivatives. Petrochemistry is made of a mixture of different hydrocarbons. The most prolific hydrocarbons found in the chemistry of petroleum are alkanes, these are also known as branched or linear hydrocarbons. Additionally petroleum chemistry contains several more complex hydrocarbons called as asphaltenes. Industrial gases are a group of gases that are specially manufactured for use in industries, which include oil and gas, petro chemistry, chemicals, mining, steelmaking, metals, environmental pollution, power, medicine, biotechnology, food, water, fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, electronics and aerospace. Sustainable energy is the form of energy obtained from non-exhaustible resources, so that the provision of energy serves the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

  • Track 18-1Petroleum analysis and evaluation
  • Track 18-2Thermal chemistry of petroleum constituents
  • Track 18-3Chemical Applications
  • Track 18-4Heavy oil upgrading processes
  • Track 18-5 Enhanced Oil & Gas Recovery
  • Track 18-6Gas Supply & Gas Technology
  • Track 18-7Hydrocracking chemistry
  • Track 18-8Process Technology

Physical chemistry mergers the principles of physics and chemistry to study the physical characteristics and properties of molecules. The study of Physical Chemistry generally involves using measurements, theories, and techniques either from, or more usually associated with, physics - to study, understand and explain chemical substances. Theoretical chemistry uses the basic principles to understand an array of physical and biological phenomena. Theoretical chemistry research ranges from investigation of electron transfer events to particle packing to understanding hydro dynamical fluctuations in biological systems. Theoretical chemistry is the sub-discipline of chemistry that practices classical mechanics, quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics to explain the structures and dynamics of chemical systems and to relate, understand, and foresee their thermodynamic and kinetic properties. Contemporary theoretical chemistry is coarsely divided into the study of chemical dynamics and the study of chemical structure. 

  • Track 19-1Physical chemistry education
  • Track 19-2Discourse analysis in physical chemistry classrooms
  • Track 19-3Research methodologies including inter-rater reliability
  • Track 19-4Development of student understanding of mathematical equations in physical chemistry
  • Track 19-5Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning 
  • Track 19-6Molecular dynamics
  • Track 19-7Surface science
  • Track 19-8Atmospheric Chemistry
  • Track 19-9Chemical kinetics
  • Track 19-10Computational Chemistry and Thermochemistry
  • Track 19-11 Quantum Chemistry and Photochemistry

Plasma chemistry is the discipline of chemistry that explains the chemical processes in low-temperature plasma, including the law which governs the reactions in plasma and the details of plasma chemical technology. Plasmas are artificially created in plasmatrons at temperatures that range from 103 to 2 × 104 K and pressures that range from 10–6 to 104 atmospheres. The basic feature of all plasmochemical procedures is that reactive particles are generated in higher concentrations than in ordinary conditions of chemical reactions. The reactive particles that are formed in plasma are capable of effecting new types of chemical reactions; the particles include electrons, atoms, excited molecules, atomic and molecular ions, and free radicals. Plasma is a hot ionized gas comprising of about equal numbers of positively and negatively charged electrons. The characteristics of plasmas are different from those of ordinary neutral gases hence, plasmas are considered as fourth state of matter. 

  • Track 20-1Theoretical and applied Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing
  • Track 20-2Plasma chemical reactions
  • Track 20-3Plasma- chemical kinetics, Thermodynamics, Electrodynamics
  • Track 20-4Electric discharges in Plasma Chemistry
  • Track 20-5Inorganic synthesis in Plasma
  • Track 20-6Plasma Medicine and Plasma biology
  • Track 20-7Organic and polymer plasma chemistry
  • Track 20-8Plasma chemical fuel conversion and Hydrogen production
  • Track 20-9Plasma chemistry in Energy systems and Environmental Control
  • Track 20-10Plasma Physics and controlled fusion
  • Track 20-11Plasma Spectrochemistry
  • Track 20-12Applied Plasma Technologies
  • Track 20-13Plasma Nanotechnologies

Polymer chemistry is a sub discipline of chemistry that deals with the structures, chemical synthesis and properties, primarily synthetic polymers such as plastics and elastomers. Polymer chemistry is associated to the field of polymer science, which also incorporates polymer physics and polymer engineering. Scope of polymer chemistry consist of Novel synthetic and polymerization methods, mechanisms and kinetics, advanced characterization of polymer, Synthesis and application of novel polymers in medicine.

  • Track 21-1Polymer synthesis – methodologies
  • Track 21-2Polymer types, design and reactions
  • Track 21-3Physical chemistry of polymers
  • Track 21-4Biomaterials and polymers in medicine
  • Track 21-5Recent Developments in Polymer Design
  • Track 21-6Polymers and Nanotechnology
  • Track 21-7Polymers in Biotechnology, Medicine and Health
  • Track 21-8Energy, Optics, and Optoelectronics
  • Track 21-9Smart and Functional Polymers
  • Track 21-10Renewable Resources and Biopolymers
  • Track 21-11Polymer Engineering and Modelling
  • Track 21-12Polymer Characterization and Polymer Physics
  • Track 21-13Polymer Education