V International Conference 2015
"The Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds. Modern Aspects"
dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Professor A.N. Kost
was held at the Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace, Saint-Petersburg
August 31 to September 3, 2015

 

This Conference continues the series of international meetings first held in 2001 on the Chemistry and Biological Activity of Synthetic and Natural Compounds.

 

 

The Conference was organized by International Charitable Foundation "Scientific Partnership"
and InterBioScreen Ltd.
with the participation and scientific and methodological support of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.

 

The Organizing Committee was headed by Prof. Kartsev V.G., full member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, academician of European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Honored scientist of Europe, Chairman of the Board of the International Charitable Foundation "Scientific Partnership", Chairman of the Board of Directors (CEO) of InterBioScreen.

 

 

 

 

Honorary members of the Scientific committee of the Conference were:

 

Professor Corey E.J. (USA) Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1990

Professor Noyori R. (Japan) Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2001

Professor Lehn J.-M. (France) Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1987

 

The scientific committee of the conference was composed of eminent Russian and CIS scientists, as well as eminent foreign scientists in the field of chemistry and biological activity of synthetic and natural heterocycles:

 

Professor

Elguero J. (Spain)

Professor.

Egorov M.P. (Russia)

Professor

Huisgen R. (Germany)

Professor

Kartsev V.G. (Russia)

Professor

Mąkosza M. (Poland)

Professor

Lunin V.V. (Russia)

Professor

Spinelli D. (Italy)

Professor

Minkin V.I. (Russia)

Professor

Stanovnik B. (Slovenia)

Professor

Trofimov B.A. (Russia)

Professor

van der Plas H. (the Netherlands)

Professor

Yunusov M.S. (Russia)

Professor

Charushin V.N. ()

Professor

Zefirov N.S. (Russia)

Professor

Chupakhin O.N. ()

 

The organizing committee of the conference were:

 

Chairmen

Professor Kartsev V.G. (Russia)

o-chairmen

Professor Chupakhin O.N. (Russia)
Professor Charushin V.N. (Russia)
Professor Fišera L. (Slovak Republic)
Professor Florio S. (
Italy)
Professor
Stanovnik B. (Slovenia)
Professor
van der Plas H.C. (the Netherlands)
Professor
Poroikov V.V. (Russia)
Professor Yunusov M.S. (Russia)

Executive Secretary

Dr. Semenova L.F. (Russia)

Members of organizing committee

Professor Ivanitskaya L.V. (Russia) - Vice-president of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS)
Professor Novikov V.S. (Russia) - Vice-President of RANS, Chairman of the ection of interdisciplinary problems of science and education, Laureate of the state prize of Russia, Honored worker of science of Russia, a Hero of Russia
Professor Attanasi O.A. (Italy)
Professor Geronikaki . (Greece)
Professor Yus M. (Spain)
Professor Petrosyan V.S. (Russia) - Vice-president of RANS
Professor Sirakanyan S.N. (Armenia)
Ekimbashyan A.A. (Russia)
Laguta E.A. (Russia) - acting director of Scientific Partnership Foundation
Agafonova V.A. (Russia) - deputy director of Scientific Partnership Foundation
Fokina S.V. (Russia)

 

The composition of the conference covered a wide range of organic chemists working in the field of biologically active heterocyclic compounds. The Conference provided an opportunity for researchers to present their latest developments on the synthesis and chemical transformations, as well as the biological activity of synthetic and natural heterocycles, in solving the most important problems of theoretical and applied medicinal chemistry and the creation of new effective drugs.

 

Among the participants were world-known representatives of the international heterocyclic community Prof. Stanovnik B. (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia), Prof. Makosza M. (Institute of Organic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), Prof. Spinelli D. (Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita di Bologna, Italy), Prof. Shibata N. (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan), Prof. Geronikaki A. (Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greece), Prof. Yus M. (Universidad de Alicante, Spain), Prof. Charushin V.N., Prof. Minkin V.I., Prof. Petrosyan V.S., Prof. Pozharskii A.F., Prof. Traven' V.F., Prof. Przheval'skii N.M., Prof. Shklyaev Yu.V., Prof. Poroikov V.V. and others.

 

 

Presidium of the conference

Prof. van der Plas H., Prof. Charushin V.N., Prof. Stanovnik B., Prof. Geronikaki A., Prof. Chupakhin O.N., Prof. Spinelli D., Prof. Makosza M.,
Prof. Petrosyan V.S., Prof. Shibata N., Prof. Minkin V.I.

 

 

Contributions to the Conference were submitted by leading scientists of Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Egypt, India, Japan, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Russia, and other countries. The conference was attended by over 100 participants from 19 countries, including 20 foreign delegates. The Russian participants represented 29 leading research institutions, the foreign delegates work at 20 research institutions and universities all over the world.

 

InterBioScreen, a sponsor and organizer of the Conference, has lent financial support to the younger researchers and post-graduate students.

 

Financial support also came from the International Charitable Foundation Scientific "Partnership" and other Russian and foreign sponsors:

 

 

The Opening Ceremony started with the salutary address by a full member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Prof. V.G. Kartsev, Chairman of Organizing committee.

 

 

Prof. van der Plas H. (University of Wageningen, The Netherlands), Prof. Charushin V.N., Prof. Chupakhin O.N. (Postovsky Institute of Organic Synthesis, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg) and Prof. Novikov V.S. (Chairman of the ection of interdisciplinary problems of science and education, Saint-Petersburg) made greetings to the participants of the conference at the opening ceremony. Prof. van der Plas H. and Prof. Charushin V.N. announced also the greeting of Nobel laureates professors Elias James Corey (Research Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University) and Jean-Marie LEHN (Directeur Laboratoire de Chimie Supramoleculaire, Professor at the College de France, Institut de Science et d'Ingenierie Supramoleculaires).

 

Prof. van der Plas H.
Prof. Charushin V.N.
Prof. Chupakhin O.N.

 

At the opening ceremony of the conference, the Orden of Serbia "Bojho ja " was awarded to Professor, Vice-President of RANS, Chairman of the ection of interdisciplinary problems of science and education, Laureate of the state prize of Russia, Honored worker of science of Russia, a Hero of Russia V.S. Novikov.

 

At the Conference, the official awarding ceremony of the Gold Medals "100th anniversary of Prof. A.N. Kost" for outstanding achievements in heterocyclic chemistry was held.

 

 

Nomination "Foreign Scientists"

 

 

1. Prof. Henk Van der Plas

University of Wageningen, The Netherlands

2. Prof. Mieczyslaw Mąkosza

Institute of Organic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Poland

3. Prof. Branko Stanovnik

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

4. Prof. Domenico Spinelli

Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita di Bologna, Italy

5. Prof. Athina Geronikaki

Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greece

6. Prof. Hans-Joachim Knölker

Technische Universitat Dresden, Germany

7. Acad. Ivars Kalvinsh

Journal "Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds", Latvia

 

 

Prof. Henk Van der Plas
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)

Prof. Mieczyslaw Makosza
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)

 

Prof. Branko Stanovnik

Prof. Hans-Joachim Knölker
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)
Acad. Ivars Kalvinsh

 

Prof. Domenico Spinelli
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)

Prof. Athina Geronikaki
(the medal is presented by Prof. V.G. Kartsev)

 

Nomination "Foreign Organizations"

 

 

1. Journal "Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds"

2. Indian Society of Chemists and Biologists

 

Nomination "Domestic Scientists"

 

 

1. Prof. V.N. Charushin

Postovsky Institute of Organic Synthesis, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg

2. Prof. O.N. Chupakhin

Postovsky Institute of Organic Synthesis, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg

3. Prof. V.I. Minkin

Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don

4. Prof. V.S. Petrosyan

Lomonosov Moscow State University

5. Prof. A.V. Aksenov

North-Caucasus Federal University, Stavropol'

6. Prof. V.L. Rusinov

Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg

7. Prof. V.G. Kartsev

InterBioScreen Ltd., Chernogolovka

8. Prof. A.F. Pozharskii

Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don

9. Prof. V.V. Poroikov

Institute of Biomedical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Moscow

10. Prof. V.M. Berestovistkaya

Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia,Saint-Petersburg

11. Prof. E.E. Shults

N.N. Vorozhtsov Institute of Organic Chemistry, Siberian Branch of the RAS, Novosibirsk

12. Dr. K.A. Krasnov

The Federal State Institution of Science "Institute of Toxicology", Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Saint-Petersburg

13. Prof. V.A. Mamedov

A.E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Kazan

14. Prof. N.M. Przheval'skii

Timiryazev State Agricultural University, Moscow

15. Prof. S.N. Sirakanyan

Institute of Fine Organic Chemistry NAS RA, Yerevan

16. Prof. V.F. Traven'

D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow

17. Prof. I.V. Ukrainets

National University of Pharmacy, Ukraine

18. Prof. Kh.S. Shikhaliev

Voronezh State University

19. Prof. Yu.V. Shklyaev

Institute of Technical Chemistry, Ural Branch, Perm'

20. Prof. M.S. Yunusov

Institute of Organic Chemistry, Ufa Scientific Center, Ufa

 

Prof. V.N. Charushin
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)

Prof. O.N. Chupakhin
(the medal is presented by Prof. Branko Stanovnik)

 

 

Prof. V.I. Minkin
(the medal is presented by Prof. Branko Stanovnik)

Prof. V.S. Petrosyan
(the medal is presented by Prof. Branko Stanovnik)

 

 

Prof. A.V. Aksenov
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. V.I. Minkin)

Prof. A.F. Pozharskii
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. O.N. Chupakhin)

 

 

Prof. V.V. Poroikov
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. O.N. Chupakhin)

Prof. V.M. Berestovitskaya
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. O.N. Chupakhin)

 

 

Prof. V.A. Mamedov
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. O.N. Chupakhin)

Prof. N.M. Przheval'skii
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. Mieczyslaw Makosza)

 

 

Prof. S.N. Sirakanyan
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. Mieczyslaw Makosza)

Prof. V.F. Traven'
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. Mieczyslaw Makosza)

 

 

Prof. I.V. Ukrainets
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. Mieczyslaw Makosza)

Prof. Kh.S. Shikhaliev
(the medal is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki,
the diploma is presented by Prof. Mieczyslaw Makosza)

 

 

Prof. V.G. Kartsev
(the medal is presented by Prof. Henk van der Plas, the diploma is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)

 

Nomination "Domestic Organizations"

1. Postovsky Institute of Organic Synthesis, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg
2. Institute of Cytology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersburg
3. Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk
4. Institute of Chemistry of Saint-Petersburg State University
5. D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow
6. Institute of Physical and Organic Chemistry of the Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
7. Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy
8. A.E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Kazan Scientific Centre Russian Academy of Sciences, Kazan
9. A.L. Minjoyan Institute of Fine Organic Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, Yerevan

 

 

Medal "Badge of Honor"

for his special contribution to the chemistry of heterocyclic compounds has been awarded

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. L.L. Rodina, Saint-Petersburg State University
(the medal is presented by E.A. Laguta, acting director of Scientific Partnership Foundation)

 

 

The Medals "CBC2015. St. Petersburg" and the diploma for a special contribution to the chemistry of heterocycles were handed

 

 

1. Prof. Norio Shibata

Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

2. Prof. Anamik Shah

Indian Society of Chemists & Biologists, India

3. Prof. Miguel Yus

Universidad de Alicante, Spain

4. Prof. Anil K. Saxena

Central Drug Research Institute, India

5. Prof. Orazio A. Attanasi

University of Urbino "Carlo Bo", Italy

6. Prof. Wafaa M. Abdou

National Research Centre, Egypt

7. Prof. Bert U.W. Maes

University of Antwerp, Belgium

8. Prof. Peter Maienfisch

Syngenta Crop Protection AG, Switzerland

9. Prof. Carmen Najera

Universidad de Alicante, Spain

10. Prof. Nagatoshi Nishiwaki

Kochi University of Technology, Japan

11. Prof. Mridula Saxena

Amity University (Lucknow Campus), India

12. Prof. Maia Iovel Merlani

Tbilisi State Medical University, Institute of Pharmacochemistry

13. Prof. G.D. Krapivin

Kuban State Technological University, Krasnodar

14. Prof. A.V. Velikorodov

Astrakhan' State University'

15. Prof. L.M. Gornostaev

V.P. Astafiev Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University

16. Prof. A.V. Gulevskaya

Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don

17. Dr. V.V. Konovalova

Institute of Technical Chemistry, Ural Branch, Perm'

18. Prof. A.G. Mikhailovskii

Perm State Pharmaceutical Academy

19. Dr. A.L. Mikhal'chuk

Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry,National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk

20. Dr. S.V. Simakov

Belgorod National Research University

21. Dr. I.A. Khalymbadzha

Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg

 

 

 

Prof. Norio Shibata

Prof. Anamik Shah
(the medal and the diploma is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)

 

 

Prof. Miguel Yus
(the medal and the diploma is presented by
Prof.
Athina Geronikaki)

Prof. Anil K. Saxena
(the medal and the diploma is presented by
Prof.
Athina Geronikaki)

 

 

Prof. Wafaa M. Abdou (the medal and the diploma is presented by Prof. Athina Geronikaki)

 

Prof. Orazio A. Attanasi

Prof. Bert U.W. Maes
Prof. Peter Maienfisch

 

Prof. Carmen Najera

Prof. Nagatoshi Nishiwaki
Dr. A.L. Mikhal'chuk

Prof. A.G. Mikhailovskii
(the medal is presented by E.A. Laguta,
acting director of Scientific Partnership Foundation
)

Dr. S.V. Simakov
(the medal is presented by E.A. Laguta,
acting director of Scientific Partnership Foundation
)

 

 

Dr. I.A. Khalymbadzha

 

 

 

The Scientific Program started with keynote lectures by the leading experts in the organic chemistry and chemistry of natural compounds:
Kartsev V.G. (Russia)
Targeted modification and virtual screening of natural products
Stanovnik B. (Slovenia)
Enaminones in the thermal [2+2]cycloadditions. Synthesis of heterocyclic systems, ring expansion reactions, rearrangements and other transformations

 

The lecture is presented by Prof. V.G. Kartsev
(Inte
rBioScreen Ltd., Chernogolovka)

The lecture is presented by Prof. B. Stanovnik
(University of Ljubljana,
Slovenia)

 

 

In the reports, and poster sessions were presented original works of Russian and foreign scholars on critical questions of chemistry of heterocyclic compounds, as well as on potentialities for their practical application to solving actual problems of creation of new materials and pharmacologically valuable agents.

The scope and high level of the Conference have been due to excellent plenary lectures delivered by the leading experts in the field.

The lectures of the plenary session were delivered by:

 

Aksenov A.V., Aksenov N.A., Smirnov A.N., Aksenova I.V., Rubin M.A. (Russia)
"Intelligent" reaction media in synthetic modifications of heterocyclic compounds
Charushin V.N., Chupakhin O.N. (Russia)
Direct nucleophilic C-H functionalization of heteroaromatics. Transition metal-catalyzed and tm-free (SNH) reactions
Hesse R., Julich-Gruner K.K., Kataeva O., Kumar V.P., Knolker H.-J. (Germany)
Total synthesis of biologically active carbazole alkaloids
Maes B.U.W. (Belgium)
Sustainable synthesis of isothiourea and their application in organic synthesis
Maienfisch P. (Switzerland)
Synthesis of nitroimino-substituted heterocycles and their applications in insecticide discovery
Makosza M. (Poland)
Reactions of nucleophiles with nitroarenes - versatile tools in synthesis of indoles
Minkin V.I. (Russia)
Bistable spiroheterocyclic compounds for molecular photonics, spintronics and chemosensorics
Nishiwaki N. (Japan)
A new synthetic approach to aza-heterocyclic compounds using pseudo-intramolecular process
Petrosyan V.S., Shuvalova E.A. (Russia)
Heterocyclic cyanotoxins - priority stressors of man and the environment
Poroikov V.V., Filimonov D.A., Lagunin A.A., Gloriozova T.A., Gawande D., Goel R. (Russia)
Libraries of natural and synthetic compounds as a source of new lead compounds
Pozharskii A.F., Filatova E.A., Kachalkina S.G. (Russia)
Recent advances in indole cyclizations of o-alkynyl- and o-acylanilines
Rusinov V.L., Chupakhin O.N., Charushin V.N., Kiselev O.I. (Russia)
Novel class of antiviral compounds - azolo-1,2,4-triazimes
Saxena A.K. (India)
Chemistry of octa- and decahydropyrazinopyridoindoles: A new class of antipsychotic agents
Shchekotikhin A.E., Preobrazhenskaya M.N. (Russia)
Chemistry and biology of antitumor heteroareneanthracenediones
Shibata N. (Japan)
Synthesis of phthalocyanines having a pentafluorosulfanyl substitution at peripheral positions
Shklyaev Yu.V., Rozhkova Yu.S., Galata K.A., Vshivkova T.S., Morozov V.V., Perevoshchikova A.N. (Russia)
Three component synthesis of nitrogen-containing heterocycles: Practical application of appearing functions
Spinelli D. (Italy)
The Boulton-Katritzky reaction: Remembering a friend and a magister

 

The lecture is presented by Prof. V.N. Charushin
(Postovsky Institute of Organic Synthesis, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg)

The lecture is presented by Prof. V.I. Minkin
(Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don)

 

The lecture is presented by Prof. N. Shibata
(Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)

The lecture is presented by Prof. A.K. Saxena
(Central Drug Research Institute, India)

Oral presentations were made by 25 scientists from Russia and different countries all over the world:

Abdou W., Kamel A., Shaddy A. (Egypt)
Innovation of natural product-mimics as novel anti-tumor active agents based on molecular modeling techniques
Attanasi O.A. (Italy)
Cultivating over thirty years the passion to build heterocycles from 1,2-diaza-1,3-dienes: The force of imagination
Berestovitskaya V.M. (Russia)
The synthesis of heterocyclic compounds based on highly electrophilic nitroalkenes
Chugunova E.A., Voloshina A.D., Mukhamatdinova R.E., Kulik N.V., Serkov I.V., Burilov A.R., Zobov V.V. (Russia)
Superelectrophilic benzofuroxans - perspective reagents for the synthesis of new types of biological active heterocyclic compounds
Geronikaki A., Eleftheriou P., Balalaie S. (Greece)
Study of inhibition of the protein phosphatises PTP1B, LAR and HSP-2 by novel 3-[(fyran-2-yl)methyl]-2-phenyl thiazolidine-4-one derivatives and 2,4-dimethyl-4,12b-dihydro-1H,7H-chromeno[40,30:4,5]pyrano[2,3-d]pyrimidine-1,3(2H)-dione as potent drugs for the treatment of diabetes and obesity
Nelina-Nemtseva J.I., Nguyen T.L.H., Gulevskaya A.V. (Russia)
Nucleophilic and electrophilic cyclizations of 2,3-dialkynylquinoxalines and their nitrile analogs as a method for polynuclear heterocyclic compounds synthesis
Gornostaev L.M., Arnold E.V., Krukovskaya I.S., Kuznetsova A.S., Lavrikova T.I., Nuretdinova E.V., Rukovets T.A., Khalyavina Yu.G. (Russia)
Synthesis of polycyclic azoles and azines of aminoquinones
Konovalova V.V., Shklyaev Yu.V., Maslivets A.N. (Russia)
Chemical modifications of heterocyclic enamines by the action of five-membered O- and N-2,3-dioxoheterocycles
Krasnov K.A., Kartsev V.G. (Russia)
T-reactions of cyclic b-dicarbonyl compounds: Stereochemical aspects
Lipeeva A.V., Shults E.E. (Russia)
New approaches to the synthesis of 2-substituted derivatives of psoralens
Mamedov V.A. (Russia)
Ring transformations of functionalized quinoxalinones towards benzimidazoles and benzimidazolones
Medvedev J.J., Semenok D.V., Nikolaev V.A., Rodina L.L. (Russia)
A new powerful approach for the synthesis of 4,5-diaryl-3(2H)furanones - a promising inhibitors for cyclooxygenase-2
Mikhailovskii A.G., Surikova O.V., Syropyatov B.Ya., Yusov A.S. (Russia)
Roads of constructing for new biologically active compounds in 3-methyl- and 3,3-dialkylisoquinoline series
Mikhal'chuk A.L., Gulyakevich O.V. (Belarus)
Ternary [3+2+1]-cyclocondensations of 1-alkyl-3,4-dihydroisoquinolines with methylene active compounds and methyleneating reagents in the synthesis of the azangulyar heterocycles
Najera C., Sansano J.M., Mancebo-Aracil J., Cayuelas A., Castello L.M. (Spain)
Synthesis of pyrrolizidines and indolizidines by multicomponent 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions of azomethine ylides
Patrushev S.S., Shults E.E. (Russia)
Synthesis and biological activity of 13-(2,6-dioxo-2,3-dihydro-1H-purine-8-yl)eudesmanolides
Przheval'skii N.M., Laipanov R.K., Tokmakov G.P., Rozhkova E.N. (Russia)
Multicomponent synthesis of new derivatives of pyridones and pyrimidinones
Rodina L.L. (Russia)
Chemistry of the excited states of diazocarbonyl compounds - new data
Saxena M. (India)
Synthesis of primaquine glycoconjugates at physiological pH as potential tissue-schizontocidal antimalarial agents
Shikhaliev Kh.S., Didenko V.V., Ledenyova I.V. (Russia)
Chemistry of pyrazole-3(5)-diazonium salts
Tenora L., Galeta J., Krystof V., Nencka R., Potacek M. (Czech Republic)
Dihydropyrrolo[1,2-b]pyrazoles: Synthesis of new derivatives and their biological evaluation
Traven' V.F. (Russia)
New photosensitive coumarin derivatives: Synthesis and application for information optical recording
Ukrainets I.V., Petrushova L.A., Bereznyakova N.L., Dzyubenko S.P. (Ukraine)
Synthesis, chemical transformations and biological properties of alkyl 1-R-4-hydroxy-2,2-dioxo-1H-2l6,1-benzothiazine-3-carboxylates
Velikorodov A.V., Zubkov F.I. (Russia)
Synthesis of new azaheterocycles with carbamate function through [3+2]-cycloaddition reaction
Yus M. (Spain)
Enantioselective addition of organomagnesium reagents to carbonyl compounds: Chiral 2-substituted tetrahydropyrans
 

 

During the conference was provided with additional lecture:

Kartsev V.G. (Russia)
The artist's palette of pigments and chemical diversity of wildlife


The poster session presented over 20 contributions.

 

 

 

 

 

The Conference devoted to the three-volume edition of "Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds. Modern Aspects", 1600 .

 

In addition, the materials of lectures presented at the Conference were published in the Conference Proceedings "Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds. Modern Aspects" (in Russian). The book continues the series of books "Chemistry and Biological Activity of Synthetic and Natural Compounds". The present volume is a collection of the plenary and oral lectures, as well as the abstracts of poster presentations which review recent achievements in the field of heterocyclic compounds.

 

Editorial Board of the Proceedings

 

Editor-in-chief  Kartsev V.G.

 

International Editorial Board

 

Attanasi O.A.

(Italy)

 

Lehn J.-M.

(France)

Atta-ur-Rahman

(Pakistan)

 

Mąkosza M.

(Poland)

Bergman J.

(Sweden)

 

Noyori R.

(Japan)

Corey E.J.

(USA)

 

Van der Plas H.C.

(Netherlands)

Elguero J.

(Spain)

 

Spinelli D.

(Italy)

Huisgen R.

(Germany)

 

Stanovnik B.

(Slovenia)

   

 

 

 

Editorial Board
 

Andronati S..

(Ukraine)

 

Lunin V.V.

(Russia)

Bubnov Yu.N.

(Russia)

 

Minkin V.I.

(Russia)

Charushin V.N.

(Russia)

 

Muzafarov A.M.

(Russia)

Chupakhin .N.

(Russia)

 

Trofimov B.A.

(Russia)

Egorov M.P.

(Russia)

 

Yusnusov M.S.

(Russia)

Glushkov R.G.

(Russia)

 

Zefirov N.S.

(Russia)

 

Regional Editors

 

Adekenov S.M.

(Kazakhstan)

 

Kostyanovsky R.G.

(Russia)

Geronikaki A.

(Greece)

 

Lakhvich F..

(Belarus)

Grigor'ev I..

(Russia)

 

Poroikov V.V.

(Russia)

Khilya V.P.

(Ukraine)

 

Sirakanyan S.N.

(Armenia)

 

Executive secretary    Semenova L.F.

 

Graphics editor         Serkov I.V.

Computer group   Fokina S.V.

 

 

To the attention of the Conference attendants were offered books, published by the general sponsor InterBioScreen at International Charitable Foundation Scientific Partnership request: two-volume Proceedings of four Conferences in the heterocycles series: "Nitrogen-Containing Heterocyles and Alkaloids" (2001), "Oxygen- and Sulfur-Containing Heterocycles" (2003), "Nitrogen-Containing Heterocycles" (2006) and "Modern Aspects of Chemistry of Heterocycles", one-volume (CBC2010), as well as eight volumes of the periodic series of the monograph "Selected Methods for Synthesis and Modification of Heterocycles" (vol. 1 contains the materials on the chemistry of nitrogen-containing heterocycles, vol. 2 contains the materials on the chemistry of oxygen- and sulfur-containing heterocyles, vol. 3 is devoted to the chemistry of synthetic indole systems, vol. 4 contains the materials on chemistry and biological activity of natural indole systems, vol. 5 is devoted to the chemistry and biological activity of carbolines, vol. 6 presents the data on the chemistry and biological activity of synthetic and natural quinolines, vol. 7 is concerned with methods for synthesis, conversions and biological activity of synthetic isoquinoline systems, vol. 8 is devoted to the chemistry and biological activity of natural isoquinolines).

 

Besides, two other books on different subjects were presented: Semenov A.A., Kartsev V.G. "The Fundamentals of Chemistry of Natural Compounds" (for the first time in the Russian literature the book presents the systematic description of chemistry of secondary metabolites low-molecular substances produced by various species of fauna and flora, their biogenesis, properties and some aspects of their total synthesis), Semenov A.A., Kartsev V.G. "Biological Activity of Natural Compounds" (the continuation of two volumes, which provides information on the types and mechanisms of action of physiologically active natural compounds), Volovenko Yu.M., Kartsev V.G., Komarov I.V., Turov A.V., Khilya V.P. "Spectroscopy of the nuclear magnetic resonance for chemists" (the book presents the basic partition NMR spectroscopy of liquid samples in the nuclei 1H, 13C, 31P, 19F, described the physical basis of NMR and gives a detailed description of modern NMR techniques, which are used most frequently) and Isak A.D., Kartsev V.G. "Chemistry of Naphthostyryls" (the book is devoted to the chemistry of naphthostyryls (naphtholactams) and their derivatives which are used as intermediates in the synthesis of various classes of organic dyes and biologically active compounds).