European Journal of Organic Chemistry

Cover image for Vol. 2017 Issue 43

Managing Editor: Anne Nijs

Impact Factor: 2.834

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 19/59 (Chemistry Organic)

Online ISSN: 1099-0690

Associated Title(s): Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry

Twentieth Anniversary

EurJOC and EurJIC are celebrating their 20th volume and anniversary in the years 2017/2018.

In 1997, the first step was taken by the Dutch and German chemical societies (KNCV and GDCh) to amalgamate several national chemical society journals into two high-quality European journals. In the following year, EurJIC and EurJOC were launched when eight more European chemical societies participated in the project. Today, EurJIC and EurJOC are owned by a conglomerate of 16 European chemical societies, ChemPubSoc Europe, stemming from Germany, The Netherlands, France, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Sweden and the Czech Republic.

As part of the celebration, look out for the following activities over the course of the coming two years.

See the journal's most cited Microreviews and Full Papers/Short Communications since 1998.

Conference Sponsorship

EurJOC sponsored the welcome reception on Sunday, July 2nd at the 20th European Symposium on Organic Chemistry (ESOC 2017) in Cologne.

EurJIC and EurJOC sponsored the EuCheMS International Organometallic Conference (EuCOMC 2017) in Amsterdam with a round-table discussion, organized by Bas de Bruin, former chairman of the Editorial Board of EurJIC, held on July 11th, 2017. The topic of the discussion was: "Future Faces of Organometallic Chemistry and Homogeneous Catalysis". Read more...

Board Member Virtual Issue

As part of our efforts to highlight our prominent Board Members, we will publish a virtual issue featuring the best of their work in 2018. Each contribution will be accompanied by a one-page profile on the author and their research.

Thematic Special Issues

In 2017, EurJOC will be publishing special issues on flow and fluorine chemistry. The upcoming thematic issues for EurJIC are on luminescent materials and boron chemistry. More thematic issues for both journals are sure to follow!

...and plenty more, so please visit again for updates!