Know Chemistry at the Bio-Chemical Interface at an International Webinar by St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College

St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College
St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College

International Webinar on “Chemistry at the Bio-Chemical Interface” on 29th and 30th August, 2020 at St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College:

The Chemistry Department of St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College (under University of Calcutta), Kolkata in unison with the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the institute is going to organize a two-day International Webinar on the thrust area “Chemistry at the Bio-Chemical Interface” on 29th & 30th August, 2020.

The Head of the Department of Chemistry and Convener of the Webinar, Dr. Biswajit Pal informed that the virtual conference underscores not only chemical field as the major discussion area but also proper emphasis is set to lay on the medical field to highlight some recent pressing issues like Covid-19 related impact on mental health as well as prevention of cancers in general. Prof. Debasis Das, Registrar of the University of Calcutta will be the chief guest in the inaugural program.

Teacher-in-Charge, Mr. Debashis Mondal with other dignitaries of the college will also be present in the program. Convener of the Webinar Dr. Biswajit Pal will welcome the audience & deliver the keynote lecture. In this Webinar, protagonist speaker dais will be shared by a group of illustrious scientists from different parts of the world like Japan, the USA, Italy, the UK, Israel, and India.

The eminent scientists who will be sharing their views during the two-day webinar are Prof. Takashiro Akitsu (Tokyo University of Science, Japan), Dr. Surya De (Director, Supra Sciences, USA), Dr. Atreyi Dasmahapatra (University of Torino, Italy), Dr. Rajarshi Das (Consultant Psychiatrist, UK), Dr, Devleena Samanta (Northwestern University, USA), Dr. Gouriprasanna Roy (IIT-Tirupati, India) and Dr. Moumita Ghosh (Tel Aviv University, Israel). A short oral presentation section is also included in the program for the young enthusiastic researchers.

The objective of the interactive Webinar is to provide a platform where the audience and the speakers may exchange their scientifically logical views on the discussed field. In addition, a fruitful take-home message is supposed to come out from this exercise that would obviously stimulate the students, particularly the future chemists and the participating young researchers from different Colleges, Universities, and Research Institutes for pursuing research work in this field.