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3rd International Conference on Molecular & Functional Catalysis (ICFMC-3)

Organised by: 

Singapore National Institute of Chemistry (SNIC)


Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)


National University of Singapore (NUS)


Nanyang Technological University (NTU)




Andy T.S. HOR, University of Hong Kong (HKU) 




27 to 28 February 2017


NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House
9 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore 119241


As a tradition, this conference features the latest development in the catalysis science and technologies that enable new molecules and materials, as well as critical functions in the areas of energy conversion and storage, environment remedy, chemical sensing, and key processes in life sciences, etc.

Session Themes
Catalytic Carbon Dioxide Conversion
Catalysis for Environmental Protection and Remedy
Catalysis for Polymer Discovery and Synthesis
Catalysis in Organic Synthesis
Electrocatalysts for Batteries and Fuel Cells
COFs and MOFs
New Ideas in Catalysis 





Previous ICMFCs:

Inaugural International Conference on Molecular & Functional Catalysis (ICMFC-1)


11 to 15 July 2010


Resorts World Sentosa, Convention Centre


Metal-based catalysis, Biocatalysis, Solid-state and Supported Catalysts, Organocatalysis, Environmental Catalysis, Surface Catalysis, Asymmetric Syntheses, Catalysts for Renewable Energy, Industrial catalysts


2nd International Conference on Molecular & Functional Catalysis (ICMFC-2)


30 to 31 July 2012


Biopolis, Matrix Building


Metal-Based Catalysis, Biocatalysis and Organocatalysis, Solid-State, Surface Catalysts and Supported Catalysts, Catalysts for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Chemistry, Industrial Catalysts, Asymmetric and Catalysis, Battery and Advanced Energy Storage


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Inorganics Travel Award 2017

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