Kazan Summer School on Chemoinformatics is organized by Kazan Federal University in collaboration with Mendeleev Russian Chemical Society. Arrival day is June 23, 2019. The scientific program will start on Monday, June 24, 2019, and the last scientific session is preliminary scheduled on Thursday, June 27, 2019.
A.M. Butlerov Institute of Chemistry
Kazan Federal University
1/29 Lobachevskogo Str.
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Kazan Federal University, founded in 1804 and located on the border of the Volga River, is a key multidisciplinary and research-oriented university of Russia. This place is associated with the beginning of Russian organic chemistry and the names of outstanding chemists such as K.K.Klaus, N.N.Zinin, A.M.Butlerov, V.V.Markovnikov, A.M.Zajtsev, A.E.Arbuzov, B.A.Arbuzov. The spirit of the chemistry of last centuries is carefully preserved in the museum of chemistry at the A.M.Butlerov Chemical Institute of Kazan Federal University.
Kazan International Airport (IATA: KZN) is 30km to the southeast of the city center. Aeroflot, S7, Transaero, and UTAir fly between Kazan and Moscow, and Rossiya Airlines also flies to Kazan from Saint Petersburg. Finnair, Flydubai, Turkish Airlines, and Air Baltic, Azal, Air Astana are some of the international carriers flying to Kazan.
Kazan is easy to reach by train, as it is a major station stop for several west-east trains. Depending on the train, travel from Moscow's Kazan Station can be as short as 11 hours. A direct train from St. Petersburg's Moscow Station takes 25 hours. Kazan's train station is located close to the city center, with several hotels, restaurants, and the Kremlin within walking distance of the train station.
January 15, 2019 at 08:28. Valentina Afonina