The Organic, Bioorganic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Branch of the Czech Chemical Society invites you cordially to the 55th Conference: Advances in Organic, Bioorganic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry – Liblice 2021 that is a traditional forum for Czech chemists postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Conference will be organised in the Harmony Club Hotel in Špindlerův Mlýn and will take place from Wednesday to Saturday. The Conference will be one day longer to make room for more lectures, short presentations and presentations by 2020 and 2021 prizes recipients. Due to an extra day of the Conference, it is necessary to increase the registration fee to cover the cost of accommodation and meals.
The hotel fulfils all the requirements and provides adequate facilities for meeting, especially a splendid Conference hall, and accommodation. As in the previous years, the scientific programme will consist of the invited talks along with those of distinguished scientists from abroad and selected short contributions including PhD students. A key part of the event will be the poster session. The official language of the Conference is English.
We believe that Liblice 2021 Conference will attract your attention and your participation will underline the highest scientific quality of the symposium by presenting proudly your latest achievements.
We look forward to meeting you finally at Liblice 2021 after a 2020 forced pause.
Radek Cibulka (UCT Prague)
Milan Pour (Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University, Prague)
till 11 October 2021
till 13 October 2021
before 20 October 2021
Extended Abstract Submission
Notification of the Contribution Acceptance
Early Registration Payment
In the context of anti-COVID-19 measures, one of the documents required for participation in the mass event should be presented at the time of on-site registration:
If you cannot provide any of the above documents, you can take a preventive antigen test on the spot using a self-test kit.
A respirator (FFP2) or other protective equipment guaranteeing the same degree of protection should be worn in all indoor areas where more than one person gathers. The only exception to this rule is the consumption of beverages and food.
We will monitor developments and update these measures in accordance with the applicable regulations.
We appreciate your understanding of these measures and respect for the health of other participants.
Michal Hoskovec, ITS IOCB Prague © October 19, 2021