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Inorganic Chemistry
Gordon Research Conference

Conference Information

Status

Active

Initial Year

1951

Discipline

Chemical

Categories

Meeting Cycle

24 Months

Conference Description

The Inorganic Chemistry GRC is one of the longest-standing of the GRCs, originating in 1951. Over the years, this conference has played a role in spawning many other GRCs in specialized fields, due to the involvement of elements from most of the periodic table. These include coordination, organometallic, main group, f-element, and solid state chemistries; materials science, catalysis, computational chemistry, nanotechnology, bioinorganic, environmental, and biomedical sciences just to name a few. The Inorganic Chemistry GRC continues to emphasize the preparation, characterization and application of inorganic materials from a broad perspective.

What is a GRC? Gordon Research Conferences (GRC) are 5-day meetings that bring scientists together from around the world to present and discuss unpublished research with other leaders in their field.

Related Conference

This Gordon Research Conference (GRC) series is related to the "Inorganic Chemistry" Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) series. Although a related GRS will typically be scheduled in conjunction with its parent GRC each time it meets, that may not always be the case. Refer to the individual meetings in the Meeting History section below for more details. For more information about the associated Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) series, click here.

What is a GRS? Gordon Research Seminars (GRS) are 2-day meetings that bring graduate students and post-docs together to discuss their cutting edge research among peers and mentors. Each GRS immediately precedes an associated Gordon Research Conference (GRC), and topics addressed at the GRS relate closely to the GRC.

Meeting History

YearMeeting NameDatesConference SiteChair(s)
2018 Inorganic Chemistry Jun 17-22 University of New England Stosh A. Kozimor
2016 Inorganic Chemistry
Bridging Core Discoveries and Applications in Inorganic Chemistry
Jun 19-24 University of New England Francois P. Gabbai
2014 Inorganic Chemistry
Enabling Tomorrow’s Technologies
Jun 8-13 University of New England Keith J. Watson
2012 Inorganic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry: New Challenges and Opportunities
Jun 17-22 University of New England Michael Heinekey
2010 Inorganic Chemistry
Addressing World Challenges with Inorganic Chemistry
Jun 20-25 University of New England John R. Lockemeyer
2009 Inorganic Chemistry
The New Frontiers
Jun 21-26 University of New England Gregory Girolami
2008 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 13-18 Salve Regina University Kim A. Johnson
2007 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 15-20 Salve Regina University William E. Buhro
2006 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 16-21 Salve Regina University Bahram Moasser
2005 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 17-22 Salve Regina University George G. Stanley
2004 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 18-23 Salve Regina University David L. Clark
2003 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 13-18 Salve Regina University Stephen A. Koch
2002 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 28 - Aug 2 Salve Regina University Richard A. Kemp
2001 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 15-20 Salve Regina University Steven H. Strauss
2000 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 23-28 Salve Regina University Nadine De Vries
1999 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 18-23 Salve Regina University Kim R. Dunbar
1998 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 19-24 Salve Regina University Dennis P. Riley
1997 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 20-25 Salve Regina University Andrew R. Barron
1996 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 21-26 New England College David L. Thorn
1995 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 23-28 Brewster Academy Herbert D. Kaesz
1994 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 31 - Aug 5 Brewster Academy Gregory J. Kubas
1993 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 25-30 Brewster Academy William J. Evans
1992 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 27-31 Brewster Academy Suzanne Harris
1991 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 29 - Aug 2 Brewster Academy Richard D. Adams
1990 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 30 - Aug 3 Brewster Academy John S. Bradley
1989 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 31 - Aug 4 Brewster Academy Tobin J. Marks
1988 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 1-5 Brewster Academy John N. Armor
1987 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 3-7 Brewster Academy F A. Cotton
1986 Inorganic Chemistry
Mechanistic Aspects of Inorganic Reactions
Aug 4-8 Brewster Academy Norman Sutin
1985 Inorganic Chemistry
Reactions of Small Molecules with Inorganic Complexes, Clusters and Materials
Aug 5-9 Brewster Academy Stephen J. Lippard
1984 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 6-10 Brewster Academy Guido P. Pez
1983 Inorganic Chemistry
Reactive Intermediates in Inorganic Chemistry
Aug 8-12 Brewster Academy Allen H. Cowley
1982 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 9-13 New Hampton School G. D. Stucky
1981 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 3-7 New Hampton School Duward F. Shriver
1980 Inorganic Chemistry
Advances in Synthesis, Structure, Energy Conversion and Catalysis
Aug 4-8 New Hampton School Jack M. Williams
1979 Inorganic Chemistry
Structure/Reactivity Relationships in Inorganic Chemistry
Aug 6-10 New Hampton School John P. Fackler
1978 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 7-11 New Hampton School A. P. Ginsberg
1977 Inorganic Chemistry
Generation and Characterization of Reactive or Novel Inorganic Species; The Role of Reactive Species in Catalytic Processes
Aug 1-5 New Hampton School Dale W. Margerum
1976 Inorganic Chemistry
Cooperative Effects in Inorganic Chemistry
Aug 2-6 New Hampton School Leonard V. Interrante
1975 Inorganic Chemistry
Recent Developments in Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms
Aug 4-8 New Hampton School Frederic E. Brinckman
1974 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 5-9 New Hampton School M. Frederick Hawthorne
1973 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 6-10 New Hampton School John K. Ruff
1971 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 2-6 New Hampton School Ralph J. Bertolacini
1970 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 3-7 New Hampton School Irving Sheft
1969 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 4-8 New Hampton School Jack Halpern
1968 Inorganic Chemistry
Charge Delocalization Phenomena in Inorganic Systems
Aug 5-9 New Hampton School Grant W. Urry
1967 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 7-11 New Hampton School Seymour Yolles
1966 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 8-12 New Hampton School Edwin M. Larsen
1965 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 23-27 New Hampton School Rolf B. Johannesen
1964 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 10-14 New Hampton School Peter R. Girardot
1963 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 5-9 New Hampton School Robert W. Parry
1962 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 6-10 New Hampton School Morris L. Nielsen
1961 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 21-25 New Hampton School Helmut Haendler
1960 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 22-26 New Hampton School Charles Haber
1959 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 10-14 New Hampton School Robert W. Mason
1958 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 18-22 New Hampton School H. B. Jonassen
1957 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 19-23 New Hampton School S. Young Tyree
1956 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 13-17 New Hampton School John F. Gall
1955 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 11-15 New Hampton School Roland Ward
1954 Inorganic Chemistry Jun 21-25 New Hampton School Joseph J. Katz
1953 Inorganic Chemistry Jul 6-10 New Hampton School Eugene O. Brimm
1952 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 18-22 New Hampton School Therald Moeller
1951 Inorganic Chemistry Aug 20-24 New Hampton School W. Conard Fernelius
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