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1. Hypervalent Iodine Chemistry: Structure, Reactivity and Application in Total Syntheses
Masahito Ochiai, University of Tokushima, Japan
Berit Olofsson, University of Stockholm, Sweden
Luiz F. Silva, Jr, University of São Paulo, Brazil

2. Continuous Flow Chemistry as a Tool for Organic Chemists 

Peter Seeberger, Max Planck Institute – Potsdam – Germany


On September 1st, 2 short courses aimed at undergraduate, graduate and post-docs will be offered.

Specialists in each of the selected areas will be available and prepared to deliver basic and advanced instructions in their respective areas of expertise.

The short courses will be taught in English.

Each participant can enroll in only ONE short course and the registration in the short courses will only be allowed after the participant has made his/her registration for the Meeting.

The fee for registration in the short courses will be R$ 70,00 and includes: coffee breaks, lunch on September 1st and the material for the courses. The deadline for registration is August 10th. Use your restricted area for registration under the link Online Registration Update.

The Brazilian Meeting on Organic Synthesis (BMOS) is the premier meeting for organic chemists in the Southern Hemisphere.  It combines the best of chemistry with the wonderful Brazilian culture.  The friendly atmosphere and lively discussion and social events make this a meeting that simply must be experienced.

Prof. Gary A. Molander
University of Pennsylvania
BMOS is a delightful meeting! It brings together scientists from around the globe to experience excellent organic chemistry and delightful Brazilian culture -food, music, dance, and more. Those attending the 14th BMOS are certain to have a memorable experience.
Prof. Larry Overman
University of California - Irvine
I have attended the meeting a few years ago and was amazed by the quality of presentations and organization of the meeting. The organizers of the BMOS series always suceed in putting an excellent list of speakers together which not only benefits the Brazilian scientific community but also chemists from other countries who attend this conference. I very much enjoyed myself attending the last meeting and am looking forward to participate in future events.

Prof. C. Oliver Kappe
University of Graz, Austria
There are few conferences in the world with this incredible mix of excellent science and relaxed interactions with young and eager Brazilian scientists. BMOS traditionally features lectures of the worlds organic chemistry elite spiced with infusions from leading Latin American and Brazilian researchers. The popularity of this top event is additionally enhanced by its setting in a typical Brazilian resort with local flair and friendship, churrasco (BBQ) and music.
Prof. Ludger Wessjohann
IPB, Germany