Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Green chemistry is a non-toxic chemistry that has developed to prevent contamination and manufacture non-toxic materials. To upgrade the solutions to the vast problems, green solvents, reagents, auxiliaries, polymers, enzymes, and other materials are made. Agrochemicals synthesised chemically have negative effects on farming, while Agrochemicals synthesised by Green Chemists have positive effects.


  • Track 1-1green catalysts
  • Track 1-2green synthesis
  • Track 1-3green reagent
  • Track 1-4biocatalysts in organic synthesis

Ultrasound technology in Green Chemistry has made significant strides and has a wider application. Environmental Monitoring, Waste Management, Soil and Water Remediation and Treatment are all included in this Ultrasound Technology report.


  • Track 2-1acoustic cavitation
  • Track 2-2carbanion intermediate
  • Track 2-3knoevenagel condensation of benzimidazole
  • Track 2-4green synthesis of 2-cyanothiomethylbenzimidazoles

The concept of green growth towards the field of agriculture has major impact on Environmental Sustainability, Economic growth and social factors such as AEZ. Agro-Ecological Diversities are defined by AEZs. Farming innovative techniques or smart farming has more importance in the field of green technology for agriculture. Precision Agriculture is the modern farming technique that enhances the farm and crops competence.

  • Track 3-1non-toxic reagents
  • Track 3-2green revolution
  • Track 3-3 recyclable solvent
  • Track 3-4atom efficiency

Chemicals, reagents, solvents, catalysts, and almost all forms of organic reactions are used in the synthesis of active pharmaceutical substances in industrial applications. Many chemicals and chemical processes are dangerous, harmful, and can have negative consequences for human health and the environment. Industries have the ability to control and advance the environment.


  • Track 4-1chemical product
  • Track 4-2 design safer chemicals
  • Track 4-3 minimum side effects
  • Track 4-4innovatory drug delivery method

This session is organised and based to address developments in technology in all fields from chemical synthesis or biosynthesis to end use environment applications. Polymer Chemistry review the latest application and trends about Biopolymers, its chemistry, and its Environmental Applications.


  • Track 5-1organic chemistry
  • Track 5-2analytical chemistry
  • Track 5-3physical chemistry
  • Track 5-4nano technology

Environmental pollution and global warming are two of the most pressing issues that we face in recent days. Environmental pollution is defined as an undesirable change in the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics of air, water, or soil that can damage the existence or pose a health risk to any living organism


  • Track 6-1unhealthful smog
  • Track 6-2ocean acidification
  • Track 6-3 threatening fisheries
  • Track 6-4economic problems

Green Chemistry Research, Green Chemistry Application, and a variety of other subjects. The conference serves as a global forum to discuss current trends, recent progress, new methods, and potential approaches in the field of Green Chemistry Research, as the theme suggests.


  • Track 7-1sustainable chemistry
  • Track 7-2climate actions
  • Track 7-3 carbon footprint.
  • Track 7-4new energy storage mechanism

Waste valorisation is the process of transforming organic waste materials, such as food and agriculture waste, into something useful, such as energy, chemicals, or materials that can be used in industrial processes. Since organic waste materials contain a lot of methane in landfills, many processes are being developed to turn organic waste materials into something useful, such as energy, chemicals, or materials that can be used in industrial processes. Developing cutting-edge waste valorisation technologies for the green economy.


  • Track 8-1waste generation
  • Track 8-2liquid fuels
  • Track 8-3polymers
  • Track 8-4pyrolysis

The most fundamental position in synthesis is that of reactions. Green Chemistry is a philosophy that encourages the production of new green chemical synthesis and reaction conditions that could improve chemical synthesis in terms of energy efficiency, product selectivity, operational simplicity, health and environment.


  • Track 9-1c–h bond activation
  • Track 9-2ultrasound- and ultraviolet (uv)-assisted reactions
  • Track 9-3bio- and asymmetric catalysis
  • Track 9-4microwave reactions

Green manufacturing is a waste-reduction and pollution-reduction form of production. Product and process architecture are used to achieve green manufacturing goals. Green manufacturing applications include Lean manufacturing, which pays attention to waste produced along the way and energy savings in streamlined logistics; Materials reuse, recycling; and biodegradable green plastics.


  • Track 10-1energy from renewable sources
  • Track 10-2energy efficiency.
  • Track 10-3natural resources conservation
  • Track 10-4pollution reduction

Green Chemistry, as suggested by Anastasia and Warner, provides an appropriate framework for achieving sustainability. It also has important obstacles, the most significant of which is the strong environmental efficiency of green chemical processes. As a result, Green Chemistry must integrate quantitative methods to assess the greenness of new chemicals.


  • Track 11-1economy
  • Track 11-2human sustainability
  • Track 11-3social sustainability
  • Track 11-4economic sustainability

Green Chemistry Research, Green Chemistry Application, and a variety of other subjects. The conference serves as a global forum to discuss current trends, recent progress, new methods, and potential approaches in the field of Green Chemistry Research, as the theme suggests.


  • Track 12-1maximize resource efficiency
  • Track 12-2 lifecycle thinking
  • Track 12-3process engineering
  • Track 12-4eliminate ,minimize hazard pollution

Chemical engineering is concerned with the design, production, and operation of machines and plants that alter the physical or chemical state of materials in various ways. Chemical Engineering is used in the process industries and is based on chemistry, physics, and mathematics principles. Chemical engineering is, without a doubt, the engineering discipline that has the most direct impact on people's lives.


  • Track 13-1innovations in green chemistry
  • Track 13-2catalyst seperation
  • Track 13-3lignin chemistry
  • Track 13-4functional bipolymers

The study of the chemical composition of seawater is known as chemical oceanography. Chemical oceanographers research the interactions between organic and inorganic substances, as well as the ocean's biological, physical, and geological environments, in order to better understand how physical processes and exchanges with the environment, biosphere, and geosphere affect marine chemistry.


  • Track 14-1geological oceanography
  • Track 14-2physical oceanography
  • Track 14-3biological oceanography
  • Track 14-4petroleum extraction

One of the most significant obstacles to Waste Monitoring and Control is e-waste management. E-waste treatment and prevention is a difficult task. As a result, the evolution of Green computing has proven to be a game-changer for such barriers. Green computing is more cost-effective and environmentally friendly.


  • Track 15-1energy saving
  • Track 15-2power management
  • Track 15-3cloud computing
  • Track 15-4green disposal

 Green materials and solvents are more important for pollution prevention, energy conservation, and long-term environmental protection. Green solvents are used to treat a wide range of effluents. Green solvents have a wider range of applications in analytical chemistry, synthetic chemistry, extraction, and other fields. Green materials are more efficient than chemically synthesised materials.


  • Track 16-1biobased solvents
  • Track 16-2liquified gases
  • Track 16-3ionic liquids
  • Track 16-4deep eutectic solvents