Invited Speakers

Prof. Jose Aleman (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)
Novel Photo- and Organo-Catalytic Reactions

Prof. Carsten Bolm (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
Mechanochemistry: An Enabling Technique for Synthesis and Catalysis

Prof. Evelina Colacino (Universite de Montpellier, France)
Green Pharmaceuticals by Mechanochemistry

Prof. David Nicewicz (University of North Carolina, USA)
New Avenues in Synthesis via Organic Photoredox Catalysis

Prof. Timothy Noel (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Innovation in Synthetic Methodology through Use of Flow Technology

Prof. Berit Olofsson (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Novel Reactivity in Hypervalent Iodine-mediated Arylations and Vinylations

Prof. Anastasios Polyzos (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Harnessing Potent Reductants via Multiphoton Tandem Photoredox Catalysis

Prof. Stefano Protti (University of Pavia, Italy)
Become Visible: Light-Driven Arylation Protocols

Prof. Davide Ravelli (University of Pavia, Italy)
Photocatalytic Hydrogen Atom Transfer for the Functionalization of Aliphatic C-H Bonds

Prof. Constantinos Athanassopoulos (University of Patras, Greece)
Hybrids and Conjugates: Synthetic Concepts for More Effective Therapeutics

Prof. Anastasia Detsi (National and Technical University of Athens, Greece)
Ionic Liquids and Deep Eutectic Solvents as Tools for Green Organic Synthesis

Prof. Dimitris Georgiadis (University of Athens, Greece)
Transforming Peptides: Lessons Learned from a Privileged Class of P-Containing Pseudopeptides

Prof. Christoforos Kokotos (University of Athens, Greece)
Organocatalysis and Photochemistry: Advancing the Art of Organic Synthesis

Prof. George Kokotos (University of Athens, Greece)
Sun and Air in the Service of Organic Synthesis and Drug Discovery

Prof. Victoria Magrioti (University of Athens, Greece)
Microwave-Assisted Organic Synthesis (MAOS): Benefits and Applications

Prof. Georgios Vassilikogiannakis (University of Crete, Greece)
Merging Singlet Oxygen Chemistry with Organocatalysis and Photocatalysis for the Sustainable Synthesis of High Value Scaffolds

Prof. Alexadros Zografos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Divergent Synthesis as an Emergent Tool for Drug Discovery