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  • S1. Advances in Synthetic Methodology: New Concepts, Strategies and ApplicationsS1. Synthesis
    The symposium will focus on current tendencies in synthetic methodology. As a fascinating discipline, organic synthesis evolves constantly in the mission to provide useful molecules for many applications. In this progression, new strategies to assemble structurally complex target molecules, new reagents or new catalyst systems to trigger reactions selectively, are discovered continuously. Advances on these core and related topics will be presented.

    Symposium coordinators*
    Mikel Oiarbide
    Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, San Sebastian, Spain
    Jose Luis Vicario
    Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, San Sebastian, Spain

     (*) This Symposium will be dedicated to the memory of Prof. Kilian Muñiz, initial promoter.

    Invited Speakers
    Nicolas Blanchard
    Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
    Pauline Chiu
    University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Elena Fernández
    Universitat Rovira I Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
    Olga García-Mancheño
    University of Münster, Münster, Germany
    Veronique Gouverneur
    University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
    Daniele Leonori
    University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
    Daniel Werz
    Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany
    Jieping Zhu
    École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland

    Medalla Félix Serratosa, to be anounced shortly
    Medalla Ignacio Rivas, to be anounced shortly

    Sponsors of the Symposium
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  • S2. Catalysis for Sustainable ChemistryS2. Catalysis
    One of the major scientific challenges of this century is finding sustainable and environmentally friendly energy sources as alternatives to fossil fuels. In this transition to a more sustainable and decarbonized society, the development of more efficient and cost-effective catalysts is critical. Set at the core of emerging energy conversion schemes, (photo)electrochemically driven catalytic process such as water splitting, CO2 and N2 reductions, as well as other relevant reactions for the production of renewable fuels and value-added chemicals, are the heart of this symposium. We therefore invite contributions from original research addressing important challenges in those reactions, including the rational design, synthesis, advanced/in-operando characterization and theoretical modelling of (photo)electrocatalysts, either molecular, colloidal or heterogeneous in nature, as well as the study their catalytic activity and mechanistic understanding.
    This symposium will draw a multidisciplinary audience and feature both renowned scientists and emerging early career researchers in the field who will share their cutting-edge advances, setting the stage for new collaborations. 

    Symposium coordinators
    Xavier Sala Román
    Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Barcelona, Spain
    Max García-Melchor
    School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Invited Speakers
    Vincent Artero
     CEA Grenoble, Grenoble, France
    Raffaella Buonsanti
    EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
    Erwin Reisner
    University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Jan Rossmeisl
    University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

    Sponsors of the Symposium
    redox
    uab
    GEQC
    GE JIQ
    GE ELEC
    GEQO
    RSEQ CAT
    RSEQ

    Secció Territorial Catalana
    nature
  • S3. Materials for EnergyS3. MaterEnerg
    Symposium focused in the progress in the development of new materials for sustainable production and storage of energy, with application among others, in: 

    Catalysis for a sustainable development: Thermal, Chemical & photo-electro processes for the use of CO2 to produce fuels or chemicals. H2 production and Fuel Cells. N2 fixation and production of NH3, fertilizers and Bio-fuels.  
    Challenges in new storage systems. Post-Li  batteries: New strategies for the future batteries (multivalent catios, Metal-air batteries). New materials for cathodes and electrolytes. Other EES (Supercapacitors, flux-batteries, etc). 
    Light-related technologies as a source of renewable energy.  Bio-opto electronics and Bio-electronics. New advances in solar cells. Electroluminescent and electro-cromic devices (LEDs, Smart Windows…)

    Symposium coordinators
     Ana L. Cudero
    Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnología de Polímeros CSIC, Madrid, Spain
    Victor de la Peña
    Imdea Energía, Madrid, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Kristina Edström
    Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
    Maximilian Fichtner           
    Helmholtz-Institute Ulm (HIU), Ulm, Germany
    Annamaría Petrozza
    Istituto Italiano di tecnologia, Milan, Italy
    Bert Wekhuysen 
    Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • S4. Didactics, History and Outreach in ChemistryS4. Didactics
    This Symposium will be a forum for the exchange of knowledge and discussion in which it is intended to contribute to the formation of scientific culture, help teachers to motivate students towards learning chemistry and other experimental sciences, as well as support their work in the different educational levels, with the aim to promote the “STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) competencies”. The main objective will be to provide information, contrast opinions and share experiences on various aspects of chemistry teaching, history and outreach from the widest possible perspective. Therefore, methodological aspects of teaching (active learning, problem-based learning / projects, acquisition and evaluation of competences, use of ICT, etc.), epistemological aspects (what concepts should be taught?), contents of other types (such as relationship between outreach activities with teaching) as well as new developments in research in the history of science in general and of chemistry in particular, will be included. Contributions on initiatives and results for the application of educational innovations in the period of confinement caused by COVID19 will be especially welcome.

    Symposium coordinators
    Inés Pellón González
    Escuela de Ingeniería de Bilbao, UPV/EHU, Bilbao, Spain
    Gabriel Pinto Cañón
    ETSI Industriales, universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Almudena de la Fuente Fernández
    Colegio de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Madrid. Facultad de Educación de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid , Spain
    Adela Muñoz Páez
    Facultad de Química de la Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
    Pascual Román Polo
    Facultad de Ciencia y Tecnología, Universidad del País Vasco (UPV-EHU), Lejona, Vizcaya, Spain
    José Miguel Vílchez González
    Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain

    Sponsors of the symposium
    • Grupo Especializado de Historia de la Ciencia, GEHCi
    • Grupo Especializado de Didáctica e Historia de la Física y la Química, GEDHFQ
  • S5. Computers in ChemistryS5. Computers
    Computational simulations play a fundamental role in the development, understanding and improvement of chemical and biological processes. The study through theoretical and computational models of the properties of new materials, reaction mechanisms in catalytic reactions and of processes related to the chemistry of life, is nowadays a cross-discipline tool of paramount importance in many areas of chemistry. In addition, in recent years new computational strategies based on artificial intelligence and machine learning are being developed, with wide application in solving a plethora of chemical problems.

    In this symposium we will focus on various relevant and trending topics within applied computational chemistry and the development of new computational strategies, dedicating at least one session to each of them:
    • catalysis and reaction mechanisms
    • structure, dynamics, recognition and biomolecular reactivity
    • new functional materials
    • theoretical and conceptual developments in computational chemistry
    Symposium coordinators
    Inés Corral Pérez
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
    Gonzalo Jiménez Osés
    CIC bioGUNE, Derio, Vizcaya, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Basile Curchod
    Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom
    Fernanda Duarte
    Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom
    Celia Fonseca
    Leiden Institute of Chemistry, Leiden, The Netherlands
    Damien Laage
    Ecole Normale Superiéure, París, France

    Sponsors of the Symposium

    redox

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  • S6. New Frontiers in Organometallic ChemistryS6. Organometal
    Organometallic Chemistry is a multidisciplinary science whose fundamental principles and seminal discoveries have paved the way for the development of a broad variety of research areas. This symposium will offer a general forum for the organometallic community to present and discuss the latest findings and new applications in the area. This symposium will cover a range of themes that define the current organometallic landscape: bond activation and catalysis by transition and main group metals, ligand design, mechanistic and interaction studies, computational approaches, supramolecular systems and others in the interphase between homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis or solutions for better use of renewable resources and energy, among others topics.
    This will be a very special occasion for the organometallic Spanish community, since we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the foundation of the Organometallic Chemistry Specialized Group (GEQO) of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry. This celebration will offer an opportunity to reflect on the past, present and future of Organometallic Chemistry in Spain and its long-lasting synergies with international communities. Besides, the program includes poster sessions and flash presentations to promote the active participation of young researchers, as well as a roundtable to discuss about future opportunities for organometallic chemists and their role to seek solutions for the great challenges of modern chemistry.

    Symposium coordinators
    Mónica H.  Pérez-Temprano
    Instituto Catalán de Investigación Química, Tarragona, Spain
    Jesús Campos
    IIQ, CSIS-Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Bruno Chaudret
    LPCNO-INSA Toulouse, Toulouse, France
    Peter Chen
    ETH Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
    Pep Cornellá
    Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany
    Michael Cowley
    University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
    Tianning Diao
    New York University, New York, USA
    Zoraida Freixa
    Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Donostia, Gipuzkoa, Spain
    Lutz H. Gade
    Universität Heidelberg, Germany
    Ainara Nova
    Universidad de Oslo, Oslo, Norway

    Sponsors of the Symposium
    Specialized Groups

    GEQO

    rseq

    GE JIQ
    Empresas

    anorsur
  • S7. Chemical tools for Chemical BiologyS7. ChemBio
    Gaining knowledge at the molecular level is of paramount importance to fully understand and modulate biological processes. Chemistry at the interface with Biology includes several disciplines of Chemistry, from inorganic, organic, supramolecular, structural, physical to analytical chemistry, and synthetic Biology, which are essential to tackle these challenges. In the last years, the study of molecular recognition and regulation of biological processes, the formation of new supramolecular structures and the development of new bioinspired systems have gained increasing interest from the scientific community. The design of new molecular sensors and chemical tools for molecular imaging, the development of novel bio-orthogonal reactions to prepare new bioconjugates, the study of the structure and interactions of metal assemblies and their role in biological processes, the modulation of molecular interactions between biomacromolecules, or the synthesis of new bioactive compounds, represent some of the important challenges that scientists will have to address to expand knowledge and understanding of the molecular processes which support life.

    Symposium coordinators
    Elena Pazos Chantrero
    Universidade da Coruña, La Coruña, Spain
    Miguel Angel Galindo Cuesta
    Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Mercè Capdevila Vidal
    Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
    Irene Díaz-Moreno de Sevilla
    Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
    Peter Faller
    Institut de Chimie, University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
    Juan Granja
    Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
    Pascal Jonkheijm
    MIRA Institute for Biomedical Research and Technical Medicine and MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
    Kathrin Lang
    Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany 
    Jens Müller
    Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Universität Münster, Münster, Germany
    Ruth Pérez
    Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas (CSIC), Madrid, Spain
    Sponsors of the Symposium
  • S8. Optical Materials: Synthesis & Biological ApplicationsS8. Optical
    The continuous development of optical materials has revolutionized our ability to image biological processes at the molecular level and in almost real time. Optical materials are also increasingly used in the diagnosis and monitoring of specific biological processes associated with multiple diseases. This inter and multidisciplinary symposium aims to disseminate recent progress in the field of optical materials, covering their synthesis and characterization of new materials, as well as, their use in biological application and molecular optics.

    Symposium coordinators
    Antonio Jesús Fernández Vargas
    Universidad de Murcia, Murcia, Spain
    Marc Vendrell Escobar
    University of  Edimburg, Edimburg, Scotland

    Invited Speakers
    Claire Deo, EMBL Heidelberg
    EMBL Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany
    Andrey Klymchenko
    Laboratoire de Biophotonique et Pharmacologie, Faculté de Pharmacie, Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
    Dirk Trauner
    New York University, New York, USA

    Sponsors of the Symposium

    chemosensors

    qrseq

    grufo

    GE JIQ
  • S9. Bioanalytical Chemistry in Health and Food SafetyS9. Bioanalytical
    Bioanalytical Chemistry is an essential discipline to address the current challenges facing our society. Its markedly multidisciplinary character makes it possible to propose strategies from diverse areas of chemistry that allow us to face the different emerging global challenges in health and food safety more efficiently. Within this framework, and through the active engagement of highly motivated researchers at different stages of their scientific careers, from internationally renowned researchers to those in the early stages, this symposium aims to be a meeting point for the exchange of knowledge, experiences and recent and pioneering research in these fields of action with the aim of making known its unique potential and establish new approaches to national and international collaborative action using the tools and principles of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry.

    Symposium coordinators
    María Castro Puyana
    Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid, Spain
    Susana Campuzano Ruiz
    Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Alegría Carrasco Pancorbo
    Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain
    Hans-Heiner Gorris
    Universidad de Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
    Maria Minunni
    Department of Analytical Chemistry, Universitá degli Studi Firenze, Firenze, Italy  

    Sponsors of the Symposium

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    GE JIQ
  • S10. From Structural Knowledge to Chemical Properties and MaterialsS10. Structure
    The structure-property paradigm is key for current scientific advances, in particular is of crucial relevance in the field of Chemistry. Understanding structure at atomic level, how atoms bond and interact within molecules and materials, is one of the most powerful tools that Chemistry has for the rational design of new compounds and reactive processes. This symposium aims at hosting contributions on the use of this structure-property paradigm to boost the development of different research areas of modern Chemistry.
    This symposium is going to be highly inter-disciplinary. Expected contributions will not only be focused on studies about structure-property relationships, but also on the development of new methodologies and characterization techniques, including the use of advanced facilities or combined characterization methodologies (crystallographic methodologies, new functions and representations, structural spectroscopies, etc.). Special emphasis will be given to research that strengths the potential of structural knowledge in the understanding of complex chemical processes or chemical bonds of particular relevance.

    Symposium coordinators
    Ana E. Platero-Prats
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
    Fernando J. Lahoz Díaz
    Instituto de Síntesis Química y Catálisis Homogénea – ISQCH,  CSIC – Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Tom Bennett
    University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Julia Contreras-García
    Sorbonne Université & CNRS, Paris, France
    Tim Gruene
    University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

    Sponsors of the Symposium

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  • S11. New Functional Systems from Self-AssemblyS11. Self-Assembly
    Supramolecular Chemistry has experienced an extraordinary advance from its implementation as a specialized area in chemistry, at the end of 1960s, until our days. Initial studies based on simple synthetic substrate-receptor systems have evolved to the analysis of more complex phenomena such as: molecular self-assembly and non-covalent synthesis, molecular encapsulation, mechanical bonds, the design of molecular switches, molecular motors and machines, supramolecular polymers, out-of-equilibrium molecular systems, adaptive and auto-replicant systems, etc. Research on Molecular Self-assembly has greatly developed nowadays by using the concepts and tools of Supramolecular Chemistry, and it is of great importance on several fields that develop systems and (nano)materials with non-conventional properties for (photo)catalysis, photoactive devices, molecular machines and motors, optoelectronics, sensors, and self-repairing polymers, among others.

    Symposium coordinators
    Laura Rodríguez Raurell
    Universidad de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
    David González Rodríguez
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    David Amabilino
    University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
    Pau Ballester
    ICIQ – Tarragona, Tarragona, Spain
    Luisa de Cola
    Université de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
    Stefan Matile
    Université de Genève, Genève, Switzerland

    Sponsors of the Symposium

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  • S12. Materials for HealthS12. MaterHealth
    Chemistry plays a key role in the development of advanced materials for different technologies, including materials for health, which are of crucial social importance. Regenerative medicine, controlled-drug delivery, new diagnosis or theragnosis materials, biosensors, etc. demand for materials with a precise chemical design for the aimed biomedical properties. This symposium aims to highlight the interdisciplinary approach of Chemistry to the design, synthesis and characterization of materials for health such as nanomaterials, polymers, bioceramics, hybrid, metallic materials or composites, with particular emphasis on the assessment of their properties and their biological applications.

    Symposium coordinators
    Alvaro Somoza
    Fundación IMDEA Nanociencia, Cantoblanco, Madrid, Spain
    Luis Oriol 
    Universidad de Zaragoza – CSIC, Zaragoza, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Sanjukta Deb
    King’s College London, London, United Kingdom
    Laura Lechuga
    Instituto Catalán de Nanociencia y Nanotecnología (ICN2), Barcelona, Spain
    Hélder A. Santos
    Helsinki Institute of Life Science, Helsinki, Finland

    Sponsors of the Symposium

    redox

    gep

    redox
  • S13. Chemistry of Functional NanomaterialsS13. Nanomaterials
    The broad scope of the symposia is to provide an appropriate debate forum to the research community devoted to the investigation of compounds and nanomaterials with advanced properties (electronic, magnetic or optical), and to the interdisciplinary applications of these kind of nanomaterials. This research area gathers synthetic approaches, the analysis of conducting, magnetic and optoelectronic properties, the use of theoretical models to validate structure-property relationships, or the different applications in nanotechnology.Key topics of the symposia are carbon nanomaterials (fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and graphene), 2D materials beyond graphene, on-surface chemistry, or materials for organic electronics, bioelectronics and spintronics.

    Symposium coordinators
    Mª Ángeles Herranz
    Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
    Ángela Sastre
    Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, Elche, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Eugenio Coronado
    Universidad de Valencia, Instituto de Ciencia Molecular, Valencia, Spain
    Silvia Marchesan
    Università degli Studi di Trieste, Trieste, Italy
    Thomas J. J. Mueller
    Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf, Duesseldorf, Germany

    Sponsors of the Symposium

    redox

    gep
    redox

    redox
  • S14. Chemical Engineering & Climate ChangeS14. Engineering
    The symposium ensures visibility to the recent advances in chemical science and technology on the mitigation of Climate Change dealing with the challenges of society and industry derived from the massive use of fossil fuels, pollutant emission and deficient waste management. The industrial revolution required for climate change mitigation has been approached with the increasing penetration of renewable resources in the chemical-industrial and energy sectors, as well as the integral valorization of wastes and CO2 capture and valorization. Chemical Engineering shows in this symposium its capability for providing solutions to these challenges, as evidence the contributions in the following fields:
    • - Clean technologies for the synthesis of chemical products and energy production.
    • - Chemical use of natural resources.
    • - Valorization of petrochemical residues for the production of materials and energy.
    • - Technologies for CO2 capture and valorization.
    • - Advanced technologies for controlling pollutant emissions.
    • - Materials for energy production and storage.
    • - Energy efficiency in chemical processes

    Symposium coordinators
    Javier Bilbao Elorriaga
    Universidad del País Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Bilbao, Spain
    Raquel Ibáñez Mendizábal
    Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain

    Invited Speakers
    Joao A.P. Coutinho.
    CICECO – Aveiro Institute of Materials, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
    Juana M. Frontela Delgado
    Centro de Investigación de CEPSA, Compañía Española de Petróleos S.A.U., Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain

    Sponsors of the Symposium

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  • S15. Natural products: Identification and productionS15. NaturalProd
    Natural products have demonstrated through history to be a key resource in the discovery of new bioactive molecules with application in the development of new drugs, cosmetic ingredients, bioestimulants, pesticides, biomaterials and polymers. The symposium will cover recent strategies for the identification, structural characterization and production of new bioactive natural products. It will encompass aspects related to the early identification of new compounds of interest in extracts, through the use of LC/MS and NMR based approaches, as well as the identification of organisms with potential to produce new molecules using genome mining. Additionally, it will cover new methodologies for structural characterization, including the development of new NMR methods, pulse sequences and strategies. Finally, aspects related to the production of molecules of interest, including their large-scale isolation from the original sources, modern synthetic organic chemistry approaches, heterologous expression of biosynthetic gene clusters and synthetic biology methodologies will also be contemplated.

    Symposium coordinators
    Pedro M. Nieto-Mesa
    Instituto de Investigaciones Químicas, CSIC, Sevilla, Spain
    José Fernando Reyes Benítez
    Departamento de Química, Fundación MEDINA, Granada, Spain


    Invited Speakers
    Carmen Cuevas
    PharmaMar, Colmenar Viejo, Madrid, Spain

    Roberto R. Gil
    Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA 
    Bradley Moore
    Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science. University of California, San Diego, USA 
    Sponsors of the Symposium
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  • S16. Porous Materials: Chemistry & ApplicationsS16. PorousMater
    In recent years, there has been an accelerated growth in the development of new synthetic porous materials with a wide range of compositions, structures and porosities. These materials exhibits a great versatility either through the geometric design concept or post-synthetic methodologies which can modulate its surface chemistry and consequently, their properties and applications. These characteristics are responsible for the rapid growth of this field of chemistry and its growing importance in real-world applications in modern catalysis, storage and separation technologies. In this context, this field has evolved from the fundamental interest in synthesis and characterization to the design of advanced materials that surpass classic adsorbent materials in various aspects such as improved processability, optical and electrical properties and host-guest chemistry. All this provides a thriving picture not only in the field of chemistry, but also in the field of materials science, physics and engineering, which allows access to a new world of possibilities.

    This symposium aims to give an overview of the state of the art in the chemistry of porous materials, covering both zeolites and reticular solids (MOFs and COFs). This edition also aims to expand it to other porous materials such as Porous Organic Polymers (POPs) and Porous Organic Cages (POCs).

    Symposium coordinators

    Carlos Martí-Gastaldo
    ICMOL, Universitat de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
    Francisco Carrasco Marín
    Depto. de Química Inorgánica, Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain

    Invited Speakers

    Avelino Corma
    Instituto de Tecnología Química-SCIS, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
    Juan Matos
    Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile
    Russell E. Morris
    University of Saint Adrews, Saint Adrews, UK
    Neil Mckeown
    University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

    Sponsors of the Symposium
    GE JIQ
    GEQC
    polymat
    icmol
    GE ELEC
    Sección Territorial del País Vasco
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    RSEQ CAT
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