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Opening Ceremony


The registration for the Opening Ceremony is open. The Opening Ceremony will take place at UNESCO in Paris on the 29th of January 2019. 

If you want to attend, registration is compulsory. This also applies for speakers and chairs or moderators. The maximum number of attendees is 1.000 people. Registration closes at January 9, 2019.

Register now

Preliminary programme

08:30-09:30Registration
Exhibition area open
10:00- 11:00Welcome and addresses by UNESCO and VIPs
11:00- 11:30Nobel Laureate lecture 
Professor Ben Feringa - Periodic Table for Society and the Future
11:30- 11:45Musical Performance
11:45- 12:15 Periodic Table: Hand-made Elements
Professor Youri Oganessian - New elements of the Periodic Table
12:15- 12:30Video show by 1001 inventions
12:30- 14:00Lunch break
Periodic Table exhibition visit
14:00- 14:30Periodic Table and Education
Professor Martyn Poliakoff - Mendeleev's gift to education
14:30- 15:15Periodic Table and International Organizations
Welcome addresses by International Unions, Major Societies and Sponsors
15:15- 16:15Periodic Table and Outer Space
Professor Ewine van Dishoeck - Origin of the elements in outer space Professor Maria Lugaro - The periodic table and meteorites Professor Alexander Lutovinov - Stars from cradle to grave: powerful factories of chemical elements
16:15- 16:45Coffee/tea break
16:45- 17:45Periodic Table and Sustainable Development Goals Session
Dr. Andrey Guryev (PhosAgro) - Food security Dr. Marco Mensink (ICCA) - The role of the chemical industry in achieving the UN SDGs Professor Pietro Tundo (ICGCSD, IUPAC) - Environment: Green Chemistry Professor Tebello Nyokong (2009 L'Oreal Award) - Chemistry and health Professor Wole Soboyejo (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) - Periodic table and energy
17:45- 18:00Musical performance
18:00- 18:45Six young talented scientists of the World
18:45- 18:50Closing remarks from the Management Committee