Asian Societies of Cosmetic Scientists Conference 2024 in Goa, organised by Indian Society of Cosmetic Chemists (ISCC) invites scientific papers (both oral and poster presentations) from the Cosmetics & Personal Care Industry.
The 3-day conference from 6-8 March 2024, helmed by Scientific Committee Chair Anjan Ray already has a stellar line up of speakers including:
Special Address -Dr Rajesh Gokhale, Secretary Dept. of Biotechnology, India
Keynote Address - Dr Alain Khaiat, Cosmetics Consultant Singapore
Plenary Lecture - Dr. Tomonobu Ezure, Shiseido, Japan
Plenary Lecture & Fireside Chat - Dr Srini Kaveri, Research Scientist, CNRS, France
Valedictory Address - Deepak Bagla, CEO Invest India
Distinguished Session Chairs are - Prof. Anil Tripathi, Director, Institute of Science, Benaras Hindu University, India; Dr Ajit Shasany, Director, National Botanical Research Institute, India; Dr Avani Mainkar, Chief Scientific Officer KEVA Flavours, Fragrances and Aroma India; RB Mohile, Founder and CEO, CLAIMS Pvt. Ltd. India
Here is an unique opportunity to share your organization's latest research and developments in an international forum. Also to hear, meet and interact with some of the leading Indian and international scientists / thought leaders and companies from India and Asia over these three days.
Abstract Submissions are open till 30th September 2023
Decisions on Acceptance of Abstracts - 30th November 2023
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The Asian Societies of Cosmetic Scientists (ASCS) is a non-profit organization established to promote the use of science in the Asian skincare industry. It was formed with an agreement between the Presidents of the Japanese, South Korean, Taiwanese, Indonesian and Filipino Societies in 1992. As a platform for cosmetic scientists, professionals, and researchers in the beauty industry, it fosters collaboration and cooperation on the development and use of technology and science. It also organizes several events to facilitate the exchange of ideas and knowledge among professionals from the cosmetics industry in Asia.
At present, Zone 2 Societies of the International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC) from 13 countries, play a pivotal role in hosting and organizing ASCS Conferences in the Spring of odd years, the purpose of which is to deepen mutual collaboration among member Societies through actively exchanging technologies and cultures.
Indian Society of Cosmetic Chemists (ISCC) is a non-profit organisation established to promote and advance the use of science and technology in the field of cosmetics. It was started in 2002, in affiliation with the International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC) by a group of leading cosmetic chemists from top Indian companies and is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary this year