Welcome Letter

NOTE: Conference was originally planned for September 2020 but due to the global spread of COVID-19 (Corona Virus)) the conference is postponed to the September 2021 at same dates.

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you for the “6th International Turkic World Conference on Chemical Sciences and Technologies (ITWCCST 2020)” which is scheduled to take place on September 11-15, 2020 in Kazan, Tatarstan (Russia).

At all times of the existence of humans, chemistry has served people in their practical activities. Modern scientific and technological progress is unthinkable without the creation and application of new functional materials with unique properties. The discovery of nanomaterials, graphene, and topological insulators at the beginning of our century gave a new powerful impetus to research in the field of chemistry and physics of materials science of organic and inorganic compounds. In other words, the comprehensive development of chemistry will lead us to the new discoveries, opening up great opportunities in the future. 

This conference aim is to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, professors and industrialists to share their experiences and research results in their ongoing project. We consider this a fantastic occasion to attend this conference along with your research member (s), with a view to conducting an exclusive session to discuss the novel technologies and innovative methods in chemical sciences and technologies.

We hope that the participants who will take part in our international conference will improve their scientific and vocational studies by sharing their knowledge and experience in various fields of chemical sciences and technologies. The conference will present new results and future challenges, in a series of invited and short talks and poster presentations. 

Kazan, is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, situated on the left bank of the great Volga River. One of the greatest religious, economic, political, scientific, educational, cultural and sports centers of Russia. The thousand-year history of Kazan reflected in every attraction and every monument. If we talk about the present, then Kazan can be called one of the most beautiful cities in Russia. Being only the seventh city in the country in terms of population, Kazan holds the status of “The third capital of Russia” and stably takes one of the first three places in the ranking of the most popular cities in Russia in terms of attendance by tourists from other regions of the country. The Kazan Kremlin is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kazan is a multicultural city where various cultures and religions have lived side by side in harmony for hundreds of years. In Kazan, there are mosques, Orthodox, Catholic churches and churches, a synagogue and other religious buildings and centers. Representatives of 115 nationalities live here, which makes Kazan the most multinational city in Russia.

In addition to the scientific atmosphere, there will be through many of the social events which are integrated in the conference program organized, which will also constitute an informal platform for interaction between scientists and a chance for relaxation after busy scientific days. You will also enjoy the Tatar cuisine and the generous hospitality rooted in the traditions of Tatarstan.

We are looking forward to greeting you at the ITWCCST 2020 in Kazan, Tatarstan.

Yours Sincerely,

On Behalf of the Organizing Committee,

Prof. Dr. Mahammad Babanly
Corresponding Member of
Azerbaijan National Academy of Science (ANAS), AZERBAIJAN
ITWCSST’20 Chair