Good Bye

The JungChemikerForum Berlin wishes all delegates and guest a save journey home. It was a great pleasure for us to host the 10th Delegates Assembly and we hope we will meet again soon. You are welcome in Berlin anytime!

New EYCN board

During the Delegates Assembly Fernando Gomollón Bel has been elected as chair and Camille Oger as secretary of the EYCN. They will get support from the new team leaders Sarah Lauren Newton, Oana Madalina Fronoiu, Emanuel Ehmki and Michael Terzidis. While we wish the new board all the best it is also the time to thank Fréderique Backaert and Aurora Walshe for their enthusiastic work for the EYCN during the last years.


The national representatives will be accommodated at the Airporthotel Berlin-Adlershof. The hotel is only a 3 min walk from the venue of the Delegates Assembly. So, you do not have get up too early...

The upcoming 10th Delegates Assembly in Berlin

The JungChemikerForum (JCF) is delighted to be the host of next Delegates Assembly of the European Young Chemists Network. It is a special honor to have this important event in the city of Berlin, where the first of these meetings was held in 2006. So, don't miss the chance to visit the birthplace of the EYCN on this extraordinary occasion! Upon your arrival on Wednesday we will do some tours which will be exciting for Berlin-beginners as well as for everyone who already knows what the Brandenburger Tor looks like. The next day every participant will get an interesting insight in the scientific landscape of Berlin as the JCF invites the delegates to annual Berlin Chemistry Symposium. On Friday and Saturday there will be plenty time to discuss all the topics concerning our EYCN. The board of the EYCN and the board of the JCF as well as the local JCF Berlin are looking forward to welcome you at the 10th Delegates Assembly from April 8th to 12th in Berlin.

Flashback: The 9th Delegates Assembly in Bucharest

EYCN Delegates Assembly in Bucharest The national representatives of the youth sections of chemical societies from 18 european countries had met in Bucharest from April 10th to April 13th 2014. Topics were: the the future orientation of the European Young Chemists Network, the activities during the EuCheMS Congress in Istanbul, the continuation of the successful Young Chemist Crossing Boarders program together with the American Chemical Society, and the inclusion of new member societies. Special thanks goes to the Societatii de Chimie din Romania, Evonik, BASF and of course to all the young chemists in Romania who made this great event possible.

Revival of an Old Domain

The origins of date back to the earliest days of the European Young Chemists Network. Fortunately, it was abandoned in favor of the way shorter domain Still, it will provide quite useful information during the next couple of month. Thus, keep visiting!