Flow Chemistry Society

The Flow Chemistry Society was formed by internationally recognized flow chemistry experts in 2010 to unite and represent those who are actively working on this rapidly developing field. The Society is dedicated to enhance the public appreciation of flow chemistry and its integration into everyday practice throughout the world by delivering the latest knowledge and making it available for the entire chemistry community.

Conferences in 2020/2021:

  • April, 2021, Flow Chemistry Congress 2021, Boston, MA, USA (35% discount to FCS members)
    Amid the growing concerns over the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, and in light of our growing safety concerns for our attendees, the Society has decided to postpone the Flow Chemistry Congress 2020 event to April 2021. Updates on the exact time and date will be provided soon. The conference venue remains the same, The Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill Hotel, Boston, MA

Supported conferences and courses in 2020/2021:

  • IMRET16: December 5-8, 2021, Melbourne, Australia
    Due to the ever worsening COVID-19 situation the organizing committee has had to make the difficult decision to postpone IMRET 16 until 5 - 8 December 2021. The conference venue will still be the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

Ten Chemical Innovations That Will Change Our World

IUPAC identifies emerging technologies in Chemistry with potential to make our planet more sustainable by Fernando Gomollón-Bel.

2020 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry - Call For Nominations

The 2020 Prize will be presented during the Flow Chemistry Congress Conference in April, 2021 in Boston and where the recipient will also give a lecture on the subject of his/her research.

Nomination materials should be submitted by 31 July 2020 through this Nomination form.

2018 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

The recipient of the 2018 IUPAC - ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry is Professor C. Oliver Kappe (University of Graz). The Award will be presented at the Award Ceremony during IMRET 2018, the 15th International Conferences on MicroREaction Technology (October 21-24, 2018) in Karlsruhe, Germany on October 21st at 19.00 pm.

2016 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

The recipient of the 2016 IUPAC - ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry is Professor Volker Hessel (TU/e - Eindhoven University of Technology). The Award will be presented at the Award Ceremony during IMRET14, the 14th International Conferences on MicroREaction Technology (September 12-14, 2016) in Beijing, China on September 14th at 10.20 am, where Professor Hessel will present his award lecture.

2014 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

The recipient of the 2014 IUPAC – ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry was the University of Cambridge professor Steven V. Ley for his outstanding contribution and creative work in methodologies for organic synthesis, especially in multi-step synthesis in continuous flow chemistry reactor systems. The Award was presented at the Award Ceremony during IMRET13, the 13th International Conferences on MicroREaction Technology organized by the Flow Chemistry Society in collaboration with AKCongress in Budapest, Hungary on June 25th 2014 where Professor Steven Ley held an award lecture.

2012 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

The winner of the 2012 IUPAC – ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry was Prof. Klavs F. Jensen from MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA, USA for his outstanding achievements and contributions to flow chemistry. The ceremony was held at the 2nd International Flow Chemistry Conference of the Flow Chemistry Society in Munich, Germany on March 13th 2012 where Prof. Klavs F. Jensen presented his award lecture.

Summary of the 7th Conference on Frontier in Organic Synthesis Technology (FROST7) (16-18 October 2019, Budapest, Hungary)


Join the Society

Join the leading scientific global network today to start enjoying the benefits:

  • Discounts on registration fees
    • 25%-35% discounts on registration fees to all Flow Chemistry Society sponsored international & regional conferences to the existing members (varies by conference)
  • Discount from the subscription price
    • 25% discount from the subscription price (both online and printed version) of the Journal of Flow Chemistry and in addition 25% discount to the member’s institution/company (institutional access).
  • An online scientific networking tool that makes collaboration among Flow Chemistry Society members faster and easier than ever before.

Apply for membership using the printable form



Dr. Timothy Noel (TU/e) has become the new EiC of the journal

The Flow Chemistry Society has named Dr. Timothy Noel from Eindhoven University of Technology as the new Editor in Chief of Journal of Flow Chemistry, joined by 3 new Associate Editors: Dr. Jean-Christophe Monbaliu (ULiège), Dr. Norbert Kockmann (TU Dortmund) and Dr. Shawn Collins (UMontréal).

The impact factor of Journal of Flow Chemistry has risen to 3.622

The Journal of Flow Chemistry, the periodical of the Flow Chemistry Society published by Akadémiai Kiadó, was selected for coverage in the Science Citation Index in February, 2013. The quarterly journal was launched in August 2011, which means that the official impact factor was reached within two years.

The Journal of Flow Chemistry, however, is a groundbreaking initiative publishing paper on the fast growing field of continuous operations of chemical reactions that offer numerous benefits and advantages including safe, fast, economic, green and sustainable synthesis.

On The Future of Flow Chemistry

C. Oliver Kappe

Today, the Journal of Flow Chemistry published a special all open access perspectives issue on the "Future of Flow Chemistry". This dedicated issue of 100 pages containes 16 articles written by leading experts in the field and discusses advances and visions on flow chemistry related to a variety of topics.

It is our greatest pleasure to inform you that Dr. Timothy Noel (Associate Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), who has joined the Flow Chemistry Society in 2013, of which he is to-day one of the most esteemed and active members, has been awarded the DECHEMA Prize 2017 in recognition of his pioneering work on continuous photochemical conversion in microfluidic systems.

We are happy to announce that in recognition of his outstanding achievements towards the field of chemistry, Dr. Ferenc Darvas, president of the Flow Chemistry Society has been awarded an ACS Fellowship.

The Graduate Textbook on Flow Chemistry is available

"Flow chemistry fills the gap in graduate education by covering chemistry and reaction principles along with the current practice, including examples of relevant commercial reaction, separation, automation, and analytical equipment. The Editors of Flow Chemistry are commended for having taken the inititative to bring together experts from the field. It promisies to become a useful study text and as well as reference for the graduate students and practitioners of flow chemistry."

Professor Klavs Jensen

Ferenc Darvas: Associate professor at the Florida International University Miami. Founder and President of the Flow Chemistry Society

György Dormán: Professor at the University of Szeged. Chair of the scientific innovation at ThalesNano

Volker Hessel: Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology for the chair of Micro Flow Chemistry and Process technology

From the Contents:

Fundamentals principles of controlling Reactions // Toolbox for Flow Chemistry - targeting industrieal needs // Applications Catalysis in Flow // Engineering for Catalysis in Flow // Photochemistry in Flow // Electrochemistry in Flow // Flow chemistry for synthesis of materials // flow chemistry for nanotechnology // Process Design and Evaluation of Flow Chemistry

Volume 1 Fundamentals

Volume 2 Applications