ECC9 Programme – June 2024

Any queries relating to the programme must ONLY be sent to: programme@euchems2024.org

We are delighted to share our Congress programme and below you will find the resources needed to help you navigate the details. We have up to 13 parallel sessions happening at one time.

In producing the programme, we have tried to ensure a balance of Invited speaker sessions each day and also made every effort to accommodate scheduling requests and ensure that co-authors on papers are not clashing and you will see how complex the programme is as you begin to search it. The programme has been informed by the review work of the session proposers, the input of the Scientific Committee and finalised by the Local Organising Committee.

This is the final Programme.

However, if changes are necessary, we will make every effort not to change the day of your presentation but reserve the right to do so and will contact you if it becomes necessary.

What day am I presenting?

  • The PDF documents below are searchable so you will need to download them and then search by name or abstract title to find the day you are presenting.
  • Please note that this listing is correct as of 10th June 2024 and is subject to change.

At what time is my session timetabled?

Please search the author listing above to check what day you are presenting and then you can search for the session time on the relevant listing by day below.

You should download these files and use the search function and zoom options on the PDF to navigate. These are very large files.

The Congress dinner will take place late on Wednesday evening where the delegates will have an unforgettable evening of networking, delicious food, and unforgettable memories

How will I navigate this programme at the Congress?

We are developing a bespoke Congress app that delegates will be able to use during the Congress. This will have advanced search functions and be designed for accessibility and easy filtering and visibility of sessions. You will also be able to choose sessions to build your own personal timetable for the week and have access to all poster presentations online, as well as at the in-person poster sessions.

**Please Note: As authors register, it may be necessary to further consolidate particular sessions where there are not sufficient papers to run an effective session or where papers are withdrawn. This will be done before we publish the final programme in early May. Where changes are necessary, we will endeavour not to change the day of your presentation but reserve the right to do so if necessary to the overall functioning of the programme.