Flow Chemistry Society
The Flow Chemistry Society was formed by internationally
recognized flow chemistry experts in 2010 to unite and represent
those who are actively working on this rapidly developing field.
The Society is dedicated to enhance the public appreciation of flow
chemistry and its integration into everyday practice throughout the
world by delivering the latest knowledge and making it available
for the entire chemistry community.
Summary of the 5th Conference on Frontier in Organic Synthesis Technology (FROST5) (21-23 October 2015, Budapest)
- September 12-14, 2016, IMRET14, Beijing, China
- November 2-3, 2016, Flow Chemistry Congress, Miami, USA
- January 18-19, 2017, Flow Chemistry India, Mumbai, India
- February 7-8, 2017, Flow Chemistry Europe, Cambridge, UK
- June 26-29, 2017 APCPM Conference, Hobart, Australia (Tasmania)
- October, 2017, FROST6, Budapest, Hungary
- 2017 Flow Chemistry Congress, US
The Graduate Textbook on Flow Chemistry is available
"Flow chemistry fills the gap in graduate education by covering chemistry and reaction principles along with the current practice, including examples of relevant commercial reaction, separation, automation, and analytical equipment. The Editors of Flow Chemistry are commended for having taken the inititative to bring together experts from the field. It promisies to become a useful study text and as well as reference for the graduate students and practitioners of flow chemistry."
Professor Klavs Jensen
Ferenc Darvas: Associate professor at the Florida International University Miami. Founder and President of the Flow Chemistry Society
György Dormán: Professor at the University of Szeged. Chair of the scientific innovation at ThalesNano
Volker Hessel: Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology for the chair of Micro Flow Chemistry and Process technology
From the Contencts:
Fundamentals principles of controlling Reactions // Toolbox for Flow Chemistry - targeting industrieal needs // Applications Catalysis in Flow // Engineering for Catalysis in Flow // Photochemistry in Flow // Electrochemistry in Flow // Flow chemistry for synthesis of materials // flow chemistry for nanotechnology // Process Design and Evaluation of Flow Chemistry
Volume 1 Fundamentals
Volume 2 Applications
We are happy to announce that in recognition of his outstanding achievements towards the field of chemistry, Dr. Ferenc Darvas, president of the Flow Chemistry Society has been awarded an ACS Fellowship.
Journal of Flow Chemistry 2014 impact factor announced: 1,942
The Journal of Flow Chemistry, the periodical of the Flow Chemistry Society published by Akadémiai Kiadó, was selected for coverage in the Science Citation Index in February, 2013. The quarterly journal was launched in August 2011, which means that the official impact factor was reached within two years.
The Journal of Flow Chemistry, however, is a groundbreaking initiative publishing paper on the fast growing field of continuous operations of chemical reactions that offer numerous benefits and advantages including safe, fast, economic, green and sustainable synthesis.
2016 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry
The recipient of the 2016 IUPAC - ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry is Professor Volker Hessel (TUI - Eindhoven University of Technology). The Award will be presented at the Award Ceremony during IMRET14, the 14th International Conferences on MicroREaction Technology (September 12-14, 2016) in Beijing, China on September 14th at 10.20 am, where Professor Hessel will present his award lecture.
2014 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry
The winner of the 2012 IUPAC – ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry was Prof. Klavs F. Jensen from MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA, USA for his outstanding achievements and contributions to flow chemistry. The ceremony was held at the 2nd International Flow Chemistry Conference of the Flow Chemistry Society in Munich, Germany on March 13th 2012 where Prof. Klavs F. Jensen presented his award lecture.
2012 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry
The recipient of the 2014 IUPAC – ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry was the University of Cambridge professor Steven V. Ley for his outstanding contribution and creative work in methodologies for organic synthesis, especially in multi-step synthesis in continuous flow chemistry reactor systems. The Award was presented at the Award Ceremony during IMRET13, the 13th International Conferences on MicroREaction Technology organized by the Flow Chemistry Society in collaboration with AKCongress in Budapest, Hungary on June 25th 2014 where Professor Steven Ley held an award lecture.