Thursday, 3 May 2018

Sessions

Session 01: Naive Chemistry
Efficient foundation to innovate, discover, design both biotics and Abiotics. Interesting Scientific discipline that describes the real existence of the world which is composed of atoms,elements and molecules that analyze their composition, structure, properties, behavior and the changes they undergo during a reaction. Naive Chemistry explains the interaction of atoms and molecules via chemical bonds to form new chemical compounds.
  • Chemical Nomenclature
  • International Chemical Identifier
  • Periodic Table Systematization
  • Lewis Electron Dot Structures (LEDS)
  • Chemical Reactions
  • Cis and Trans Isomerization
  • Stoichiometry
  • Acid Base Chemistry
Organic chemistry is termed as the “Chemistry of Life” because all the molecules of a living tissue has the vital element carbon in it. It specifically studies  carbon compounds. Carbon has many unique properties that allow it to form complex chemical bonds with itself and other large molecules with the help of several forces of nature. Its study also include stereo chemistry.
  • Chemical Composition
  • Classification
  • Organometallic Chemistry  
  • Synthesis  
  • Bio organic Chemistry
  • Stereo Chemistry
  • Features of Carboxylic Compounds
Session 03 : Inorganic Chemistry
The breadth of modern inorganic chemistry is reflected in the research interests comprising coordination compounds, Organometallic complexes and bio inorganic molecules. Inorganic chemists are interested in all of the elements in the periodic table with a special emphasis on transition-metal elements. Biological studies of Inorganic chemistry deals on the relationship between protein structure and long-range electron transfer ,the role of metalloenzymes in catalysis. Inorganic chemistry characterize, create, understand and develop tools to research inorganic and hybrid organic–inorganic molecules. Bio inorganic chemistry is about the structure, function, mechanism and dynamics of biologically relevant metal complexes and metal-containing proteins. 
  • Radical Developments (Acids,Bases,Salts,Oxides)
  • Types of Reactions
  • Electronic Configurations
  • Case Studies on Co-ordination Chemistry
  • Molecular Geometry
  • Crystal Lattices and Field Theory
  • Crystallography
Biochemistry  is a fascinating study of the chemical processes and transformations in living organisms on processes happening at a molecular level. It focuses on scientific disciplines, including genetics, microbiology, forensics, plant science and medicine. It is one of the academic disciplines in life science that studies the structure, function, metabolism and the mechanism of the components in the cells; such as proteins, carbohydrateslipids, and nucleic acids, up to the molecular level. The term biochemistry, was first coined in 1903 by Carl Neuberg, the father of biochemistry who studied the transport of soluble chemicals in cells which allowed for day to day cellular processes. Biochemistry is the application of chemistry to the study of biological processes at the cellular and molecular level. It emerged as a distinct discipline around the beginning of the 20th century when scientists combined chemistry, physiology and biology to investigate the chemistry of living systems.
  • Bio molecules- Carbohydrates,Lipids,Proteins,Nucleic acids
  • Metabolism(ATP)
  • Chemistry of Nutrition
  • Chemistry of Vitamins
  • Energy utilization in the Cell
  • Chemistry of the Immune response
  • Radioisotopes
Analytical chemistry is the science of processing and finding information about the composition and structure of matterAnalytical chemists use their knowledge of chemistry, instrumentation, computers, and statistics to solve problems in almost all areas of chemistry and for all kinds of industries. Analytical methods are used to assure the safety and quality of food, pharmaceuticals, and water; to assure compliance with environmental regulations, to support the legal process,to help physicians diagnose diseases and to provide measurements and documentation essential to trade and commerce.  Analytical chemists conduct basic laboratory research; perform process and product development; design instruments used in Analytical analysis.
  • Techniques such as Western blotting, Co-immunoprecipitation
  • Applications Of Analytical Chemistry
  • Analysis
  • New Analytical Instrumentation and Equipment
  • Diagnostic Assays and Test Kits
  • Chromatography
Thermodynamics is defined as the branch of science that deals with the relationship between heat and other forms of energy accompanying physical and chemical changes. Chemical thermodynamics is the portion of thermodynamics that pertains to chemical reactions. Surface Chemistry is the study of the phenomena that take place at the surfaces of substances like adsorption, the formation of colloids, heterogeneous catalysiscorrosion, dissolution, crystallization, etc.  Surface chemistry has widespread applications in industry as well as day-to-day life. 
  • Solid–liquid interfaces
  • Solid–gas interfaces
  • Solid–vacuum interfaces
  • Liquid–gas interfaces
  • System, States, Processes
  • Applied aspects of Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Thermochemistry and Databases
  • Problems of Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics
  • Entropy,Enthalpy
  • Laws of Thermodynamics
  • Challenges in Equilibrium
TheCombinatorial relationship between Physics and Chemistry is being revealed through Physical Chemistry. It is one of the traditional sub-disciplines of chemistry that is concerned with the concepts and theories of physics to the analysis of behavior of matter and their chemical propertiesPhysical chemists  develop new theories to find the formation of  complex structures.Their work involves analyzing materials, developing methods to test and characterize the properties of materials, developing theories about these properties and discovering the potential use of the materials. Physical chemists’ discoveries are based on understanding chemical properties and describing their behavior using theories of physics and mathematical computations.
  • Intermolecular Forces
  • Colligative Properties
  • Quantum Chemistry
  •  Analytical Dynamics
  • Statistical Mechanics
Session 08 : Industrial Chemistry
Industrial Chemistry is the branch of chemistry, which applies physical and chemical processes towards the transformation of natural materials and their derivatives to products that benefits mankind. Industrial chemistry is the link between the research and industrial-scale Chemical engineering.Industrial chemists make use of their broad understanding of chemistry and environmental sustainability in areas like pharmaceutical companies, polymer manufacturing, petrochemical processing, food science, and manufacturing industries. They are constantly striving to improve the safety and efficiency of making important chemicals and materials. This class of chemistry is a vital part in optimizing production to produce large amounts of a substance as cheaply as possible that is termed as Process optimization. Industrial chemistry is part of the long chain in the design and manufacturing process. 
  • Industrial chemicals production
  • Detergents
  • Agrochemicals
  • Cosmetics
  • Textiles
Medicinal chemistry blends synthetic organic chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmacology. It concentrates on the bio-active molecules and pharmaceutical agents that involves analyzing existing drugs and potential new drugs using synthetic organic chemistry skills, Analytical instrumentation skills.Medicinal chemists apply their chemistry training to the process of synthesizing new pharmaceuticals. Pharmaceutical chemistry also includes other branches of study such as Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics and drug metabolism. On the other hand,it involves cures and remedies for diseases, Analytical techniques, pharmacology, metabolism, quality assurance, and drug chemistry. It contributes to life-saving remedies, enhance the speed of delivery of new medications, and help others.
  • Computer Aided Drug Designing- CADD
  • New Trends in Pharmacology & Drug Development
  • Targeted Drug Delivery System
  • Chromatographic Techniques for Drug Analysis
  • Novel Drug Designing & Drug Delivery
  • Chemistry based Pharmacology
  • Chemistry based Toxicology
Electrochemistry deals with the links between chemical reactions and electric currentElectrochemistry also embraces the study of electrolyte solutions and the chemical equilibria that occur in them. Electrochemical cells that produce electric energy from chemical energy are the basis of primary and secondary (storage) batteries and fuel cells. Other electrical phenomena of interest include the behavior of ionic solutions and the conduction of current through these solutions, the effect of light on Electrochemical cells (photoelectrochemistry), the corrosion of metals, electrical effects in biological systems (bioelectrochemistry), and the separation of ions by an electric field ( electrophoresis) and the electroplating and electrowinning of metals (industrial Electrochemical).
  • Electrocatalysis
  • Super capacitors
  • Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) Testing
  • Electrochemical Cells
  • Sensors
  • Theoretical and Computational Electrochemistry |
  • Photoelectrochemistry
  • Corrosion Science and Technology
  • Bioelectrochemistry
  • Electroanalytical Chemistry
  • Applied Electrochemistry
  •  Inter facial Electrochemistry
  • Nano Electrochemistry
Nanochemistry has a unique approach in  building devices with a molecular-scale precision. The advantages of nanodevices in medicine, computing, scientific exploration, and electronics can be envisioned. The main challenge is to understand the  new rules of behavior as the nanoscale systems lie at the threshold between classical and quantum behavior that do not exist in larger devices. Studies of nanochemical systems include interactions of individual atoms to manipulate them,  to control chemical reactions at an atomic level, to study the larger molecular assemblies  such as dendrimers, clusters, and polymers. From studies of assemblies; nanotubes, nanowires, three-dimensional molecular assemblies have been developed.
  • Nano particles
  • Nano structured Materials
  • Nano crystals and Clusters
  • Quantum dot Imaging
  • Graphene and Fluorographene
  • Life Cycle of Nano materials & Applications
  • Nanotubes
Food chemistry comprises  three biological components of food — carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Carbohydrates are sugars, the chemical fuels needed for better functioning of our cells Lipids are fats and oils that lubricate the organs within the body. Proteins are complex molecules composed of amino acids that are chained, folded together into three-dimensional  structure . Our body can synthesize some of the amino acids; however eight essential amino acids must be taken in as part of our food. Food chemists work on improvising the quality,processing ,safety, storage and taste of our food. Flavorists work with chemicals to improve sensory appeal, such as enhancing color, odor or texture.
  • Chemistry of Food
  • Human Nutrition
  • Food Security
  • Functionality and Behavior of Hydro-colloids
  • Testing and Analysis of Food
  • Storage and Preservation of Food
Chemical reaction Engineering develop new product or process that involve chemical reactions involving both Unit operations and Unit Processes.It helps in designing and operating production plants, would pave new ways to make the manufacturing of their products easier and more cost effective, emphasizes safety procedures for every process and supervise the manufacture of  every product. Chemical engineering falls into two main groups which are industrial applications and development of new products.
  • Mass and Mole balance
  • Unit operations and Unit processes
  • Advancements in Reactor design
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Bio Catalysis
  • Photo Catalysis
  • Nano Catalysis
  • Rate laws and Rate constants
Session 14 : Biofuels
bio fuel is a hydrocarbon fuel that is produced from organic matter in a short period of time. A distinction is made between primary and secondary bio fuels. In the case of primary bio fuels, such as fuel wood, wood chips and pellets, organic materials are used in an unprocessed form. Secondary bio fuels result from processing of biomass and include liquid bio fuels such as ethanol and bio diesel. Bio fuels can also be made through chemical reactions, carried out in a laboratory or industrial setting, that use organic matter (called biomass) to make fuel. The only real requirement for a bio fuel production is that the starting material must be COthat was fixed by a living organism and the final fuel product must be produced quickly and not over millions of years. Bio fuels may also be derived from forestry, agricultural or fishery products or municipal wastes, as well as from agro-industry, food industry and food service by-products and wastes.
  • Bio fuels Sustainability Auditing
  • Bio fuels Testing
  • Bio diesel Testing
  • Ethanol Fuel Testing
  • Bio fuel Pellets Testing
Session 15 : Petrochemicals
A set of very specific chemical compounds obtained from petroleum or natural gas, as gasoline, kerosene, or petrolatum are Petrochemicals. The vast majority of petrochemicals, however, are derived from oil or natural gas. Oil and natural gas are used as feed stocks also.Many petrochemicals are produced under extreme temperatures (over 1500 รข°F) and pressures (over 1000 psi)that requires large amounts of energy and sophisticated engineering. Because of these extreme operating conditions, energy consumption accounts for a significant portion of the total cost of production. Access to inexpensive and reliable energy sources (such as natural gas) is essential for ensuring the petrochemical industry remains competitive in an increasingly global marketplace.
  • ASTM Chemical Testing
  • Trace Analysis of Petrochemicals
  • Gas Chromatography Testing  for Petroleum
Session 16 : Forensic Chemistry
Forensic chemistry  is the examination of  non-biological trace evidence found at crime scenes in order to identify unknown materials and match samples to known substances. In a new research  scientists from the department of chemistry at Louisiana State University (LSU) set out to apply laser technology. This laser ablation technique can capture molecules contained within a fingermark, including lipids, proteins, genetic material which can be further analyzed. Forensic chemists use a wide variety of analyzation methods, such as chromatographyspectrometry and spectroscopy.
  • Ballistic Fingerprinting
  • Pattern analysis of Bloodstain
  • Fingerprint Analysis
  • Forensic Arts and Data Analysis
  • Forensic Toxicology
Environmental chemistry is an interdisciplinary study that connects. Analytical chemistry and environmental science. It deals with the observation of the chemical reactions  during the  natural processes in soil, water and air. Environmental chemists analyze the interaction of chemicals with the natural environment.Sampling and analysis can  determine whether human activities have contaminated the environment or caused harmful reactions or not.
  • Contamination
  • Bio engineering
  • Environmental Indicators
  • Dissolved Oxygen (DO)
  • Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)
  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
  • Green Solvents
  • Synthetic Techniques
Renewable Chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the generation of hazardous substances. It applies innovative, scientific solutions to real-world environmental problems,prevents the generation of pollution, reduces the negative impacts of chemical products and processes on human health and the environment. Hydrogen is a fundamental chemical building block for which there are massive world markets. The use of renewable hydrogen offers a decentralized, local fertilizer production, crop yield for a growing world population as well as price stability, also avoids fossil fuel volatility.
  • Energy Storage
  • Evaluating the Cost of Renewable Energy Integration
  • Solar Thermal System
  • Efficiency of Wind
  • Wave & Tidal Energy Utilization
  • Inverters and Converters for Renewable Energy
Theoretical chemistry is the examination of the structural and dynamic properties of molecules using the tools of quantum chemistry, equilibrium and non equilibrium statistical mechanics and dynamics. Advances have been made in predicting the structure and dynamics of bio molecules, simulating and interpreting spectroscopic line-shapes, assessing traditional models of chemical kinetics and predicting chemical re activity by ab initio methods.Statistical mechanical studies of phase transitions, critical phenomena and interfaces are yielding a fundamental understanding of porous media, micro-emulsions and polymers.
  • Cheminformatics
  • Theoretical Chemical Kinetics
  • Mathematical Chemistry
  • Molecular Mechanics
  • Molecular Dynamics
  • Molecular Modeling
  • Computational Chemistry
Polymer chemistry is the study of the synthesis, characterization and properties of polymer molecules or macro molecules, which are large molecules composed of repeating chemical sub units known as monomers. Polymer chemists study the combination of monomers , and create useful materials with specific characteristics by manipulating the molecular structure . Polymers permeate every aspect of daily life, and it is difficult to imagine society without synthetic and natural polymers. Polymer products can be lightweight, hard, strong, and flexible and have special thermal, electrical , optical characteristics. Because of their low cost, high specificity, and adaptability, polymers have a very wide range of applications.They are used in the construction, furniture, electronics, communication, packaging, energy, health care, transportation, and sports  industries.
  •  Synthesis and Polymerization
  • Chemical Testing of Polymers
  •  Functional Polymers
  • Bio-related Medical Polymers
  • Characterization of Polymers
  • Polymer Nanotechnology
  • Biochemical Degradation of Polymers
  • Rheology of Polymers
  • Barrier and Permeation Properties
  • Optical Features of Polymers
  • Electrical Properties of Polymers
  • Thermal Analysis of Polymers
  • Polymer Failure Analysis
Material chemistry provides information about the structure and composition of materials, as well as the processes to synthesize and use them.It involves applications from a number scientific disciplines that  contribute to the creation of new materials. The central theory of material chemistry involves relating the micro structure of a material to its macro molecular physical and chemical properties. Customization of  materials would find specific properties for specific uses.Materials scientists who products from metals, ceramics, and rubber. The other areas are polymers (including biological polymers), composites (heterogeneous materials made of two or more substances), superconducting materials, graphite materials, integrated-circuit chips, and fuel cells.
  • Current Trends in Material Chemistry
  • Material Synthesis
  • Metallurgy Processes
  • Functional Surface coatings
  • Composite Materials
  • Electronics, Photonics and Spintronics

This route of chemistry unravels the interaction between substances found in the Earth . Marine Chemists determine the amount of waste that can affect water quality and the environment. Geo chemists travel to remote abandoned mines to collect samples and perform mining operations with  rough field evaluations and then evaluate contaminants moving through the system. They may also work on pipelines and oil rigs to prevent explosions or spills.
  • Physical and Inorganic Chemistry of Water system
  • Water and  Gas exchange reactions
  • Volcanic and Geothermal phenomena
  • Geo-chemical cycles of Earth elements
  • Paleoclimatology
  • Isotopic Geochemistry
  • Marine Organic Chemistry

Sessions

Session 01:  Naive Chemistry Efficient foundation to innovate, discover ,  design both  biotics and Abiotics.  Interesting Scientific ...