We invite all chemists and ecologists from all over the world and especially Europe to present their scientific research. We will strive to make the conference one of the world’s top conferences of choice for graduate students and postdocs.


Baltic Chemistry Conference is a free student-doctoral scientific conference, which is organized by the organizations of the University of Gdansk. As part of the participation, each participant will receive a certificate of participation and presentation.


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference takes place online on the Microsoft Teams platform. You can actively participate in the conference by giving a presentation or poster, or passively as a listener.

Thank you for your participation in the Conference!

We extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who participated in the Baltic Chemistry Conference. This year, we had the privilege of welcoming 110 participants from 26 distinct scientific institutions spread across 11 different countries worldwide. The conference was an astounding success, with 32 presentations and 41 poster sessions that ignited a series of enlightening discussions and collaboration opportunities.

The broad spectrum of contributions made this conference a hub for intellectual exchange, innovation, and progress in the fields of chemistry, biomedical chemistry, biochemistry, environmental protection, and ecology. We express our sincere gratitude for your invaluable contributions and active participation, which have undeniably enriched this scientific event.

We trust that the insights and connections you have gained during this conference will spur on your future research and look forward to seeing you at our next event. Until then, we wish you every success in your future endeavors.

Thank you for making the Baltic Chemistry Conference a remarkable success!

List of countries: 1. Poland, 2. Austria, 3. Hungary, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Greece, 6. Italy, 7. Germany, 8. Azerbaijan, 9. Portugal, 10. Ecuador, 11. United Kingdom

List of research centres: 1. Jagiellonian University in Kraków 2. University of Vienna 3. University of Debrecen 4. University of Defence, Brno 5. Georg-August-University Göttingen 6. University of Gdańsk 7. University of Warsaw 8. University of Wrocław 9. University of Łódź 10. University of Silesia 11. Medical University of Gdańsk 12. Poznan University of Medical Sciences, 13. Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań 14. Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz 15. Warsaw University of Technology 16. Łódź University of Technology 17. Silesian University of Technology 18. Poznań University of Technology 19. AGH University of Science and Technology 20. International Hellenic University 21. University of Camerino 22. Academician Yu.H. Mammadaliyev Institute of Petrochemical Processes of the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan 23. QSAR Lab Ltd, 24. Universidade NOVA de Lisboa 25. YachayTech University 26. Institute of Cancer Research

The speakers of the Baltic Chemistry Conference represented 11 countries from all over the world (symbolic figure)

Post-conference article 

We invite participants of the Baltic Chemistry Conference to publish in the journal ‘Progress. Journal of Young Researchers’.

The journal is a biannual journal published since 2017 at the University of Gdansk, which publishes scientific articles, reviews, interviews, conference reports. Progress brings together in its pages young researchers and authorities from different disciplines, both humanities and sciences, theorists and practitioners. We accept articles prepared by students, postgraduates and PhD students (up to seven years after the defence of their thesis). There is no charge for publication of the text.

The journal is available at and on the UG Scientific Journals Portal on an Open Access basis. Information on the review procedure and publishing requirements can be found at

Articles should be sent by 30. June 2023 to with the message title “article in Progress”