The 36. Organisk Kjemisk Vintermøte 2023 is taking place in Norway from 5th – 8th January.
Anders Vik, event Chair, is excited to welcome visitors to the after 2021 and 2022’s events were unfortunately necessary to cancel.
“It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the 36th Winter Meeting in Organic Chemistry, OKV2023. The meeting will follow established traditions, which means that there will be a mix of plenary lectures presenting cutting-edge chemistry, given by experienced chemists, and short presentations delivered by students, post doc.’s and researchers at the start of their careers.
The Winter Meeting has always been an important event for the organic-chemistry community in Norway, in particular for many young participants, who give their first public scientific presentation outside their home turf at this meeting. Those that will belong to this category at OKV2023 are particularly welcome.”
|Dr Joëlle Prunet
University of Glasgow, UK.
|Professor Karol Grela
University of Warsaw, Poland.
|Professor Arasu Ganesan
University of East Anglia, UK.
|Professor Dieter Schinzer
Otto Von Guericke Universität Magdeburg, Germany.
What else is there to see at Organisk Kjemisk Vintermøte 2023?
We are pleased to confirm that Asynt partner, Teknolab as, are sponsoring Organisk Kjemisk Vintermøte 2023 and will have a great range of our laboratory equipment on display. Visitors will be able to take a closer look at these sustainable and effective solutions which are designed to make scientists lab life easier!
You can find all necessary information for this event including registration, submission details for posters, accommodation, and local info for Skeikampen which is on the border between the high mountains and the forest areas in Gudbrandsdalen in Norway HERE.
You don’t have to wait to talk to us though!
If you’d like to speak to Ingar and the team at Teknolab in Norway you can find all of their contact details via our distributor directory or you can get in touch with the Asynt team – find all the details HERE.
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