Facoltà di Ingegneria e Architettura - Università di Cagliari
Facoltà di Ingegneria e Architettura - Università di Cagliari, Via Marengo, 2, 09123 Cagliari CA, Italy

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Event Date Mon Jun 6 EEST - Fri Jun 10 EEST (in 12 days)
In your timezone (EDT): Sun Jun 5 5:00pm - Thu Jun 9 5:00pm
Location Facoltà di Ingegneria e Architettura - Università di Cagliari
Via Marengo, 2, 09123 Cagliari CA, Italy
Region EMEA

INCOME is the most important convention dedicated to the science of physical and chemical transformations initiated and driven by mechanical forces.

Since 1993, INCOME offers to the community of scientists involved in the field a few days of intense dissemination. Old and new ideas are lively debated under the captivating atmosphere created by the presentation of most recent results and the discussion of most urgent research needs.

From Košice to Novosibirsk, from Prague to Braunschweig and, again, from Novosibirsk to Jamshedpur, from Herceg Novi to Krakow and, finally, to Košice once more, a single thread has ideally run throughout time and space. It has tied fundamental issues and practical aspects, attracting scholars and researchers from the most diverse areas of investigation. An awesome community, a multidisciplinary melting pot of physicists, chemists, engineers, geologists, and biologists devoted to cross-contamination at the cutting edge of science and technology.

This is INCOME.

After 29 years and 9 editions, INCOME is running to the culmination of a journey that raised awareness about Chemistry induced by mechanical forces. In 2017, in Košice, it has been the turn of Italy to take up the baton from INCOME2017 organizers and to rise to the challenge. Thus, the historical achievement of 10 editions will be celebrated in Cagliari in June 2022.

INCOME2022 comes in conjunction with the great excitement for the new developments in the field related to the application of mechanical processing methods in areas of inorganic and organic chemistry at the intersection between Materials, Pharmaceutical, Environmental, and Energy Sciences. Mechanochemistry is vigorously moving ahead, combining centuries-old traditions with advancements in fundamental knowledge and innovation in engineering tools, thus attracting interest from industry. The entire field is burgeoning under the powerful thrust to understand basic science issues and model multi-scale processes with the aim of designing and building molecules and materials while endowing them with novel functionalities.

The approval of the COST Action CA18112 – Mechanochemistry for Sustainable Industry within the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020 can be regarded as a clear indication of the increasing emphasis laid by EU institutions on Chemistry driven by mechanical energy. Definitely, Mechanochemistry shows the promise of promoting and spreading excellence, fostering interdisciplinary research for breakthrough science, and empowering and retaining young researchers and innovators.

The groundbreaking potential of Mechanochemistry will be discussed during INCOME2022.


2022 Speakers

Matej Balaz
Institute of Geotechnics SAS, Slovakia

Peter Balaz
Institute of Geotechnics SAS, Slovakia

James D. Batteas
Center for the Mechanical Control of Chemistry, Texas, USA

Ana Belenguer
University of Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

Elena Boldyreva
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Russia

Carsten Bolm
RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Duncan L. Browne
Department of Pharmaceutical and Biological Chemistry, United Kingdom

Evelina Colacino
University of Montpellier, France

Franziska Emmerling
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Germany

Tomislav Friscic
McGill University, Canada

Antonio Fernández Fuentes
Cinvestav del PIN, Mexico

Felipe Garcia

Ivan Halasz
Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatia

Timothy P. Hanusa
Vanderbilt University, USA

Dritan Hasa

Hajime Ito
Hokkaido University, Japan

Stuart L. James
Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Frederic Lamaty
University of Montpellier, France

James Mack
(University of Cincinnati, USA)

Rakesh Kumar
Rakesh Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT – ISM) Dhanbad, India

Pierangelo Metrangolo
Milan Polytechnic University, Italy) Vice President of the Physical and Biophysical Chemistry Division (I) of IUPAC, USA

Adam Michalchuk
BAM, Berlin, Germany

Andrea Porcheddu
University of Sassari, Italy

Tatyana Schachtschneider
Novosibirsk State University, Russia

Dariusz Oleszak
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Vladimir Sepelak
International Mechanochemical Association

Mamoru Senna
Keio University, Japan

Sabrina Spatari
Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Lidia Tajber
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Guan-Wu Wang
University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, P. R. China

John Warner
Beyond Benign + Zymergen, USA

Anatoly Yermakov
M. N. Miheev Institute of Metal Physics, Russia

Zara Cherkezova Zheleva
Institute of Catalysis, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Sponsors & Partners

2022 Sponsors

• Deasyl
• Emme3
• Extra Informatica
• Fritsch
• Johnson Matthey
• Look at Me
• Materialia
• Med in Lab
• Nihon Seiko Co
• Retsch
• Verder Scientific
• EuChems
• Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews
• Chemistry
• Molecules
• Nanomaterials
• Solids
• Beilstein Journal
• Chemical Science
• CrystEngComm
• Reaction Chemistry & Engineering
• De Gruyter