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Welcome to the Virtual Conference on Chemistry and its Applications
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The Virtual Conference on Chemistry and its Applications (VCCA-2020) will be held from 1st to 31st August 2020. It is organized by the Computational Chemistry Group of the University of Mauritius.
It will be held online and there will not be the need to travel. There is no need to be always online as there will not be live presentations.
The Organising Committee has adopted the theme “Research and Innovations in Chemical Sciences: Paving the Way Forward” for this virtual event.
The virtual conference is endorsed by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) (https://iupac.org/event/vcca-2020/).
Chemistry is one of the subjects of Science for understanding and explaining makeup and changes of everything that has mass and occupies space. Chemistry has permeated the study of different branches of Science.
The World has condensed into a global village with progress in Science and Technology. However the World is now facing a crisis due to explosive increase in the demand of energy, food and water. Therefore, Science and Chemistry have crucial roles for achieving some of the goals set by the United Nations for sustainable development of our planet.
This virtual conference will provide an online platform for participants to present, share and discuss recent findings of their research covering all topics related to Chemistry and interdisciplinary Sciences. Virtual conference has gained popularity and its major advantage is the lower cost involved for participation. One simply has to have access to the Internet or email to be involved in the conference. This virtual conference will provide the opportunity for scientists to interact in the current situation the World is facing due COVID-19 and there are several travel restrictions.
We look forward to welcoming you, academicians and researchers, to participate in this virtual conference.
Professor Ponnadurai Ramasami
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