The Young Chemists Group (GQJ) of the Portuguese Chemical Society (SPQ) was created in December, 8th, 2007. The GQJ represents a scientific platform that gathers chemists’ until 35y with the following objectives:
The Portuguese Young Chemists Meeting, PYCheM, is a biennial conference dedicated to the science produced by the Portuguese young chemists. PYCheM represents the main event in the calendar for chemists under 35y, in an intellectual and stimulant environment. Since the 1 PYCheM in Lisbon, this conference is growing in the number of participants and in the quality and relevance of international scientists present (3 Nobel Prize Winners).
The organizing commission of the 5 PYCheM invites you to Guimarães, 2016.
ChemRus is an annual competition for chemistry students up to the high school. This competition intends to reward a chemistry experience developed by the students and uploaded as a Youtube® video. The winner’s school is awarded new portfolio of laboratory equipment and the group elements receive an individual prize.
The GQJ is not responsible for the video content, namely scientific errors or imprecisions and safety issues.
The Portuguese Young Chemists Award (PYCA) intends to promote the PhD thesis developed by a Portuguese young chemist with the highest scientific and social impact. This award is assigned in each PYCheM to newly PhD’s. The winner as the opportunity to write an article for the SPQ’s magazine, in addition to a monetary prize.
The fourth edition of PYCA is open to applications between the 1st of January of 2016 and the 24th of March of 2016.
The winner will receive the prize during the 5PYCheM where he might talk about his work.
Regulamentation :: PYCA 2016
César Augusto da Silva Henriques
Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Univ. Coimbra David Soares Conceição
Instituto Superior Técnico, Univ. Lisboa Diana Sara Pereira Ferreira
Instituto Superior Técnico, Univ. Lisboa Gonçalo Fernando Ferreira de Sá
LaserLeap Technologies, Univ. Coimbra
Inês Maria Valente
Luís Moreira Gonçalves
Chemistry in Portugal – what it is and what you can become
The Youth Chemists Group aims to promote a nationwide action to promote Chemistry, as a successful professional decision and a relevant scientific area. The GQJ plans to perform workshops in major schools across the highly populated districts, but also in the municipalities of the interior. We call this initiative “Chemistry in Portugal – what it is and what you can become""