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EuChemS Brussels News Updates, May 2021

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Webinar ‘The Carbon element – Key towards a sustainable society’

Dear EuChemS Member Societies and Supporting Members, Dear EuChemS Professional Networks, Dear colleagues and stakeholders, We are pleased to invite you to our webinar ‘The Carbon element – Key towards a sustainable society’. The webinar will address the scientific...


Finnish Chemical Societies

IUPAC (https://iupac.org/)

Representatives 2020-2021:

  • FT Susanne Wiedmer, Committee on Chemistry Education, NR 2020–2021
  • FT Tiina Sikanen, Chemistry and the Environment Division, NR 2020–2021
  • FT Susanne Wiedmer, Analytical Chemistry, TM,  2020–2021
  • Prof. Ari Koskinen, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, NR 2020-2021
  • DT Henna Veijalainen, Chemistry and Human Health Division, NR,  2020-2021
  • Prof. Risto Laitinen, Division VIII, secretary, TM 2020-2021
  • Prof. Theo Kurten, Physical & Biophysical Chemistry Division, AM 2020-2021

EuCheMS (http://www.euchems.eu/)

Representativest 2021:

  • Division of Analytical Chemistry: prof. Johan Bobacka
  • Division of Chemistry and the Environment: FT Jaana Koistinen
  • Division of Chemistry Education: FT Susanne Wiedmer
  • Division of Chemistry in Life Science: prof. Paula Kiuru
  • Division of Computational Chemistry:
  • Division of Food Chemistry: prof. Baoru Yang, prof. Vieno Piironen
  • Division of Green and Sustainable Chemistry:
  • Division of History of Chemistry: prof. Pekka Pyykkö
  • Division of Nuclear and Radiochemistry: prof. Gareth Law
  • Division of Organic Chemistry: prof. Ari Koskinen
  • Division of Organometallic Chemistry: prof. Timo Repo
  • European Young Chemists’ Network (EYCN): Katja Väyrynen
  • Division of Solid State and Materials Chemistry: prof. Maarit Karppinen

EFCE (http://efce.info/)

EFCE – European Federation of Chemical Engineering (KTY selelects representants). SKS memberships:

  • Agglomeration: prof. Anne Juppo
  • Characterisation of Particulate Systems: prof. Ritva Tuunila
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering: prof. Tapio Salmi ja prof. Juha Lehtonen
  • Comminution and Classification: prof. Kari Heiskanen
  • Computer Aided Process Engineering: prof. Andrzej Kraslawski
  • Crystallization: prof. Marjatta Louhi-Kultanen
  • Drying: TkT Carl-Gustav Berg
  • Education: prof. Tuomo Sainio
  • Fluid Separation: TkT Tuomas Ouni
  • Loss Prevention: prof. Raija Koivisto
  • Mixing: prof. Ville Alopaeus
  • Multiphase Fluid Flow: prof. Carl Johan Fogelholm
  • Process Intensification: prof. Tuomas Koiranen
  • Static Electricity in Industry: TkT Jaakko Paasi
  • Thermodynamics and Transport Properties: TkT Juha-Pekka Pokki ja TkT Susanna Kuitunen

EYCN (young division of the EuChemS)

The European Young Chemists’ Network (EYCN) is a young division of the European Chemical Society (EuChemS). The EYCN was founded in 2006 and its primary goal is to connect chemists across Europe. Currently, the network has representatives from 28 countries. The representatives are young chemists under the age of 35 who aim to bring chemistry closer to a wider audience, create an exchange platform for academia and industry, as well as support young chemists at the early stage of their career. The EYCN participates actively in international events, organizes meetings and conferences, as well as arranges contests and awards young chemists.

The Finnish Chemical Society has taken part in the activities of the EYCN since 2007. The first Finnish representative was Helena Laavi who contributed to the network from 2007 to 2013. Tiina McKee continued after Laavi to pursue the interests of young chemists until 2020. The current Finnish delegate in the EYCN is Katja Väyrynen.

More information on the EYCN can be found here: https://www.euchems.eu/divisions/european-young-chemists-network/

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