General information

Conference Co-Chairmen:

Prof. Józef Drabowicz
Prof. Janusz Kapuśniak
Prof. Piotr Kiełbasiński

Honorary Chairman:

Prof. Marian Mikołajczyk


Dr Tomasz Cierpiał
Dr Aneta Rzewnicka
Dr Remigiusz Żuwawiński

Plenary Lectureres

Karol Bruzik University of Illinois at Chicago, USA – confirmed
Hansjörg Grützmacher ETH Zürich, Switzerland – confirmed
Evamarie Hey‐Hawkins Leipzig University, Germany – confirmed
Jean Pierre Majoral Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination du CNRS Toulouse, France – confirmed
Alexander Kostyuk Institute of Organic Chemistry, NAS, Kiev, Ukraine – confirmed

Manfred Scheer Universität Regensburg, Germny – confirmed
Oleg. G. Sinyashin A. E. Arbusov Institute of Orgnic Chemistry KSC Kazan Scientific Center RAS, Russia – confirmed
Christin V. Stevens Ghent University, Belgium – confirmed
Wen-Xiong Zhang Peking University, China – confirmed
Qi-Lin Zhou 
Nankai University, China – confirmed

Invited Lectureres

Piotr Bałczewski CMMS PAS, Lodz, Poland; Jan Dlugosz University in Częstochowa, Poland – confirmed
Remi Chauvin
LCC UPR CNRS 8241, Toulouse, France – confirmed
Ian R. Crossley University of Sussex, Brighton, UK – confirmed
Frank H. Ebetino University of Rochester, USA – confirmed
Jose M. Goicoechea University of Oxford, UK – confirmed
Justyna Gołębiewska
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, PAS, Poznań, Poland – confirmed
Arnald Grabulosa Universitat de Barcelona, Spain – confirmed
Christian Hackenberger Leibniz-FMP and Humboldt Universität Berlin, Germany – confirmed
Minoru Hayashi Ehime University, Japan – confirmed
Paul-Alain Jaffres Brest University, CEMCA-UMR6521, France – confirmed
Jacek Jemielity University of Warsaw, Poland – confirmed
Andrey Karasik A. E. Arbusov Institute of Orgnic Chemistry KSC Kazan Scientific Center RAS, Russia – confirmed
Takayuki Kawashima Tokyo University, Japan – confirmed
György Keglevich Budapest University of Technology and Economy, Hungary – confirmed
Оleg Kolodiazhnyi V.P. Kukhar Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry and Petrol Chemistry NAS of Ukraine, Ukraine – confirmed

Dominik Koszelewski
 Institute of Organic Chemistry PAS, Poland – confirmed
Yan-Mei Li Tsinghua University, Beijing, China – confirmed
Eoaghan M. McGarrigle University College Dublin, Ireland – confirmed
Serge Mignani Universidade da Madeira, Portugal – confirmed
Artur Mucha Wrocław University of Technology, Poland – confirmed
Barbara Nawrot CMMS PAS, Lodz, Poland – confirmed
Katharina Pallitch University of Vienna, Austria – confirmed
Janusz J. Pętkowski Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA – confirmed
Rudolf Pietschnig University of Kassel, Germany – confirmed
John Protasiewicz Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA – confirmed
Paul J. Ragogna University of Western Ontario, Kanada – confirmed
Yulia Rassukana National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine – confirmed
Beatrice Roy Universite de Montpellier, France – confirmed
Shigeru Sasaki Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan – confirmed
Douglas W. Stephan University of Toronto, Canada – confirmed
Rainer Streubel University of Bonn, Germany – confirmed
Masahiro Terada Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan – confirmed
Yosuke Uchiyama Kitasato University, Tokyo, Japan – confirmed
Dariusz Witt Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland – confirmed
Masaaki Yoshifujii Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan – confirmed

The Conference will be held at the Jan Długosz University in Częstochowa, Poland,
from the 5th to 9th of July 2021.

The conference will be held at the Faculty of Law and Economics Building, the Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa, 42-200 Czestochowa, Zbierskiego 2/4, Poland from Sunday, July 5, 2021 to Friday, July 9, 2021. Czestochowa, the second largest city of Upper Silesia (the most industrialized region of Poland), with a population of ca. 250.000, is located about 250 km south-west of Warsaw, 130 km south of Lodz, 120 km north of Cracow and 60 km north of Katowice and can be conveniently reached from these towns by car, bus and train

Travel options to Częstochowa

Częstochowa can be easily reached via airports in Katowice, Cracow, Wrocław, Łódź and Warsaw from where there are convenient railway and bus connections:

Katowice – Pyrzowice airport (60 km – bus)
Cracow – Balice airport (100 km – train)
Łódź – W. S. Reymont airport (120 km – train)
Wrocław airport (180 km – train)
Warsaw – F. Chopin airport (250 km – train)

The airports in Warsaw, Cracow and Katowice have international connections operated by a number of regular air lines (Lufthansa, Air France, KLM etc.), while all airports mentioned above have a number of direct international connections operated by “low cost airlines” (;,

Bus: Czestochowa has a few relatively cheap international bus connections with most European countries. Please consult your local travel agencies for timetables and prices.

Rail: International trains going to Warsaw from Vienna, Budapest and Prague stop at Katowice (60 km south of Czestochowa) or at Sosnowiec (50 km south of Czestochowa), which have frequent local connections with Czestochowa.

You can find more information about Częstochowa City on Official Website