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3 rd ICYC 2010 23 rd -25 th June 2010 Universiti Sains Malaysia 1 3 rd International Conference for Young Chemists (ICYC) 2010 INTRODUCTION International Conference for Young Chemists (ICYC) is a biannual conference organised specifically for young chemists by the postgraduate students of the School of Chemical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang. Due to the overwhelming response from the ICYC 2006 and ICYC 2008 participants and speakers from all over the world, School of Chemical Sciences has decided to continue this biannual tradition for the year 2010. The main goal of ICYC 2010 is to provide an opportunity for young, talented and ambitious chemists to interact, exchange ideas and discuss the contemporary research topics. This conference will be attended by reputed scientists and apart from this scope; it will illuminate and venerate the ideas of young chemists by providing them an international platform and an opportunity for public discourse. It is hoped that the upcoming third ICYC 2010 will make a significant impact on both local and international chemists. OBJECTIVES To foster a strong communication medium for local and international postgraduate chemistry researchers. To update researchers on the latest trends and developments in interdisciplinary research To facilitate the exchange of ideas and knowledge among researchers.
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23 rd -25 th June 2010 3 rd ICYC 2010 Universiti Sains Malaysia 2 SCHEDULE (ORAL AND POSTER PRESENTATION) DATE TIME PROGRAMME DAY 1 23/6/10 (WEDNESDAY) 0800-0830 REGISTRATION (PENANG) 0830-0900 OPENING CEREMONY (PENANG) VENUE PENANG HORIZON JOHOR SELANGOR MELAKA KUANTAN LABUAN 0900-0930 KN-01 0930-1000 KN-02 1000-1030 KN-03 1030-1045 REFRESHMENTS POSTER 1 (1100-1200) PENANG FOYER 1045-1100 KN-04 ANA-O1 KN-05 KN-06 ORG-O1 INO-O1 1100-1115 ANA-O2 ORG-O2 INO-O2 1115-1130 ENV-O1 ANA-O3 MAT-O1 IND-O1 ORG-O3 INO-O3 1130-1145 ENV-O2 ANA-O4 MAT-O2 IND-O2 ORG-O4 INO-O4 1145-1200 ENV-O3 ANA-O5 MAT-O3 IND-O3 ORG-O5 INO-O5 1200-1215 ENV-O4 ANA-O6 MAT-O4 IND-O4 ORG-O6 INO-O6 1215-1230 ENV-O5 MAT-O5 IND-O5 INO-O17 1230-1300 Q&A 1300-1400 LUNCH 1400-1430 KN-07 POSTER 2 (1500-1600) PENANG FOYER 1430-1500 KN-08 1505-1520 ENV-O6 KN-09 KN-24 KN-10 IND-O6 MAT-O6 1520-1535 ENV-O7 IND-O7 MAT-O7 1535-1550 ENV-O8 ORG-O7 INO-O7 ANA-O7 OTH-O1 MAT-O8 1550-1605 ENV-O9 ORG-O8 INO-O8 ANA-O8 OTH-O2 MAT-O9 1605-1620 ENV-O10 ORG-O9 INO-O9 ANA-O9 OTH-O3 MAT-O10 1620-1635 INO-O18 ANA-O10 OTH-O4 1635-1705 Q&A 1705-1730 REFRESHMENTS DAY 2 24/6/10 (THURSDAY) 0830-0900 KN-11 0900-0930 KN-12 0930-1000 KN-13 1000-1015 REFRESHMENTS POSTER 3 (1130-1230) PENANG FOYER 1015-1045 KN-14 1045-1115 KN-15 1120-1135 ENV-O11 KN-16 KN-17 ORG-O10 NAT-O1 POLY-O1 PHY-O1 1135-1150 ENV-O12 ORG-O11 NAT-O2 POLY-O2 PHY-O2 1150-1205 ENV-O13 MAT-O11 ANA-O11 ORG-O12 NAT-O3 POLY-O3 PHY-O3 1205-1220 ENV-O14 MAT-O12 ANA-O12 ORG-O13 NAT-O4 POLY-O4 PHY-O4 1220-1235 ENV-O15 MAT-O13 ANA-O13 ORG-O14 NAT-O5 POLY-O5 PHY-O5 1235-1305 Q&A 1305-1400 LUNCH 1400-1415 NAT-O6 KN-18 KN-19 ENV-O16 MAT-O14 POLY-O6 1415-1430 NAT-O7 ENV-O17 MAT-O15 POLY-O7 1430-1445 NAT-O8 ANA-O14 ORG-O15 ENV-O18 MAT-O16 POLY-O8 1445-1500 NAT-O9 ANA-O15 ORG-O16 ENV-019 MAT-O17 POLY-O9 1500-1515 NAT-O10 ANA-O16 ORG-O17 ENV-O20 MAT-O18 POLY-O10 1515-1530 ANA-O17 ORG-O18 1530-1550 Q&A 1550-1600 REFRESHMENTS 1600-1615 ENV-O21 KN-20 KN-21 POLY-11 ANA-O18 ORG-O19 1615-1630 ENV-O22 POLY-O12 ANA-O19 ORG-O20 1630-1645 ENV-O23 INO-O11 IND-O8 POLY-O13
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