Plenary Speakers

Prof. Dr. Josep Puigmartí-Luis

University of Barcelona (UB)

Main research interests:
Synthesis and controlled design of functional materials in solution and on surfaces, as well as the development of microfluidic technologies to command and understand the formation and function of unprecedented out-of-equilibrium assemblies (a key aspect to unveil structure-properties correlations of new functional matter)

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Dániel Rózsár

University of Oxford

Main research interests:
Hailing from Esztergom, Hungary I obtained my bachelor's and master's degrees in chemistry at the University of Szeged. I completed my BSc thesis at Avidin Ltd. in the field of Bronsted acid catalysis, and my MSc thesis at Servier on the application of multicomponent and cascade strategies towards novel fused heterocycles. I joined the SBM CDT (Synthesis for Biology and Medicine) PhD scheme at the University of Oxford in 2018, then the Dixon Group in 2019, where I focus my research on asymmetric bifunctional organosuperbase catalysis.


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XLIV. Chemistry Lectures - an international conference for young professionals

The city of Szeged is hosting the XLIV. Chemistry Lectures between 26-28 October 2021.

The traditional event of the Hungarian Chemical Society (MKE) awaits the application of young professionals, researchers, BSc, Msc and PhD students in any field of chemistry, whether in research or development. Following the traditions, the Hungarian Chemical Society awards the theses of undergraduate students standing up to the highest standards during the conference.

The conference will be organised online and the presentation abstracts will be published electronically. Additionally, the participants may submit a short communication between 5-7 pages to publish in the conference book with an ISB number. Hungarian and English researchers are both welcome. (The language of your abstract/communication has to match your presentation.)

8 October 2021 is the deadline of application, abstract and paper submission. A maximum number of 100 speakers will be approved in order of applications. Registration fee is 15000 HUF (45 EUR) or 10000 HUF (30 EUR) for the Members of the Hungarian Chemical Society. You can apply for membership on https://www.mke.org.hu/en by filling in the documents requested and depositing the yearly fee.

Registration fee should be transferred to ’Magyar Kémikusok Egyesülete Csongrád Megyei Csoportja’, city: Szeged, bank: K&H Bank Rt. account n.: 10200201-28610045-00000000, BIC: OKHBHUHB, address: H-1095, Budapest, Lechner Ödön fasor 9., with ’MKE KEN’ as subject until 18 October 2021.

Further informationon the event and the application (registry form, guide for abstracts, accommodations, etc.) are attached and can be found on the webpage of MKE Group of Csongrád County (www.mke-szeged.hu). for more, please contact Dóra Takács (takacs.dora@szte.hu or kenszeged@gmail.com subject: KEN2021). MKE Group of Csongrád County is looking forward to hearing from you.

The program of the conference and the abstracts of the presentation can be found in the following document:


Presentation abstracts and program of the XLIV. Chemistry Lectures

The conference proceedings of the previous conference can be found in the following link:


Conference proceedings of the XLIII. Chemistry Lectures


Conference venue
Online, using the Zoom software


The conference is public, not only the participants are welcome!
We encourage everyone taking active part in the conference, please sign your questions related to the presentations firstly in the chat window.


Plenary Speakers of the conference

Prof. Dr. Josep Puigmartí-Luis

University of Barcelona (UB)

Main research interests:
Synthesis and controlled design of functional materials in solution and on surfaces, as well as the development of microfluidic technologies to command and understand the formation and function of unprecedented out-of-equilibrium assemblies (a key aspect to unveil structure-properties correlations of new functional matter)


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Dániel Rózsár

University of Oxford

Main research interests:
Hailing from Esztergom, Hungary I obtained my bachelor's and master's degrees in chemistry at the University of Szeged. I completed my BSc thesis at Avidin Ltd. in the field of Bronsted acid catalysis, and my MSc thesis at Servier on the application of multicomponent and cascade strategies towards novel fused heterocycles. I joined the SBM CDT (Synthesis for Biology and Medicine) PhD scheme at the University of Oxford in 2018, then the Dixon Group in 2019, where I focus my research on asymmetric bifunctional organosuperbase catalysis.


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The organizers of the conference

Marianna Kocsis
PhD student
University of Szeged
Zsófia Vargáné Árok
PhD student
University of Szeged
Dóra Takács
PhD student
University of Szeged
Krisztina Karádi
PhD student
University of Szeged



Sponsors of the event
       Hungarian Chemical Society
       MTA Szegedi Akadémiai Bizottság
       Hungarian Chapter of the American Chemical Society
       University of Szeged

The Organizers
MKE Group of Csongrád County