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The 21st edition of Eurocarb in Paris, July 9 to 13, 2023

Under the auspice of the European Carbohydrate Organization

The 2023's Emil Fischer Award winner

The 2023 Emil Fischer Award is conferred to Prof. Jeroen CODÉE, professor in Organic Chemistry at Leiden University, The Netherlands

The 2023's Carbohydrate Research Award winner

The 2023's Carbohydrate Research Award is conferred to Prof. Christoph RADEMACHER, professor at the University of Vienna and the Max F. Perutz Laboratories

The 2021's Emil Fischer Award winner

The 2021 Emil Fischer Award is conferred to Prof. Antonio MOLINARO, professor of Organic Chemistry at University of Napoli Federico II and Special Appointed Professor at School of Science of Osaka University

The 2021's Carbohydrate Research Award winner

The 2021's Carbohydrate Research Award is conferred to Prof. Daisuke TAKAHASHI, professor at the Keio University in Yokohama, Japan

More than 700 attendees coming from more than 45 countries

The first Eurocarb in Paris : 9, 13 July, 2023

Eurocarb 21 in the Maison de la Chimie, a place in the heart of Paris for the advancement of chemical science

12 plenary lectures from key group leaders

20 keynote lectures of leading glycoscientists

144 oral presentations covering all aspects of Glycosciences

Up to 700 poster presentations, 2 poster sessions, 4 Poster Awards

48 flash presentations selected from porter presentations

4 Duo interdisciplinary communications: two speakers, one communication, double time

Emil Fischer Award and Carbohydrate Research Award winners lectures

Welcome to Eurocarb 21 the leading international symposium in Glycosciences July 09 to 13, 2023, in Paris, France

Under the auspices of the European Carbohydrate Organization, our biennial symposium Eurocarb will be back in 2023 for its 21st edition at the Maison de la Chimie in Paris, France. This exceptional and historical venue located near the Seine river and less than 25 min by foot from the Eiffel Tower, the Musée d’Orsay and the Louvre.

The scientific and social programs combined to the exceptional setting of the Maison de la Chimie, offering various places to meet and mingle including a private garden, will allow Eurocarb 21 to be the forum for discussions and networking we like. Eurocarb 21 will allow bringing together physically more than 700 glycomaniacs, from both academia and industry and from PhD students to recognized group leaders. Whether you are a recognized group leader, starting an independent research, post-doctoral researcher or young doctoral fellow, Eurocarb 21 will offer you many formats to communicate your latest results: 12 plenary, 20 keynote and 4 Interdisciplinary duo keynote lectures, 144 oral and 48 flash communications, up to 700 poster presentations….

Be inspired, share and develop ideas in all aspects of Glycosciences

As regular participants know: Eurocarb represents a unique occasion to be inspired, share and develop ideas on the challenges and future trends in carbohydrate-related scientific disciplines and applied technologies. To fulfill this aim, we are building for Eurocarb 21 a high-level scientific program with speakers from academia and industry from all over the world and topics covering all aspects of Glycosciences :

  • Glycochemistry: new reactions involving sugars, glycosylation methodologies and mechanisms, carbohydrate feedstock as renewable resources…
  • Synthesis of carbohydrates, glycoconjugates, glycan-based biomaterials: chemical, enzymatic, chemoenzymatic or synthetic biology approaches…
  • Chemical (glyco)Biology and Glycomics: bioorthogonal chemistry, metabolic labeling, activity-based probes, functional glycomics, glycan arrays…
  • Carbohydrate structures, dynamics and interactions: advanced analytical and structural tools, thermodynamic and kinetics of glycans interactions, integrative databases, computational methods…
  • Glycobiology, Glycobiochemistry: carbohydrate active enzymes, cellular and molecular biology of glycans, glycomicrobiology and metagenomics…
  • Applied Glycosciences from bench to bedside, for nutrition and biotechnology: glycans in health and disease (cancer, immunity, infectious diseases, vaccines, rare diseases…), in food and material sciences…

Eurocarb 2023 edition will offer opportunities to :

  • Consolidate the interplay and reinforce interactions :
    • Between disciplines, with duo interdisciplinary keynote lectures and oral communications, in which two speakers with complementary expertise will be allotted double time to present together the results of interdisciplinary researches.
    • Between academia and socio-economic players to burst innovative technologies into application by giving the floor to decision makers, chief executive officers, chief scientific officers from industry, biotech, start-up and contract research organizations.
  • Shed light on career opportunities in Glycosciences and Glycomics for young researcher with :
    • The 2cd EuroCarb Young Researcher Workshop.
    • Round tables and speed-dating with academic group leaders and socio-economic players to help starting or building a career.

They said about Eurocarb...

EUROCARB is a reference meeting for Glycosciences, nicely combining chemistry and biology and inspiring exchange of ideas and collaborations. But also the social gathering strengthens the community and welcomes new and young members. An alive community always evolving to new expectations. Awaiting for Paris 2021.

Antoni-Planas
Antoni Planas
Professor of Biochemistry

EUROCARB 2019 has been a fantastic week of amazing carbohydrate chemistry, showing how vibrant and diverse the field is. We have seen so many happy faces and wish to thank everyone who has contributed to the success of the meeting.

Jeroen Codee
Jeroen Codee
Professor Chemistry
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