The IRMG organise a number of events each year and details of these, along with other conferences and meetings of interest to the group, can be found below.

Catalysis: Fundamentals and Practice

15th to 19th July 2019, University of Liverpool

This summer school will: Introduce catalysis, broaden and update your knowledge, describe recent advances in catalysis, provide a forum for discussion and forming new professional contacts.

See the event web pages for more details.

9th International Symposium on Bioorganometallic Chemistry (ISBOMC19)

28th July to 1st August 2019, University of York

The organisers are pleased to invite you to the 9th International Symposium on Bioorganometallic Chemistry which will held at the University of York between 28th July and 1st August 2019. The conference will cover a wide range of topics in modern bioorganometallic chemistry including:

Medical applications of organometallic compounds.
Biologically inspired organometallic catalysis.
Supramolecular bioorganometallic chemistry.
Organometallic-modified proteins and nucleic acids. 
CO-releasing molecules.

Full details and registration can be found at the conference website.

Mechanistic Processes in Organometallic Chemistry Faraday Discussion

2nd to 4th September 2019, University of York

For over 100 years and 300 meetings, Faraday Discussions have been at the forefront of physical chemistry. Many of these Discussions have become landmark meetings in their field. This meeting will focus on the topic of mechanistic processes in organometallic chemistry and catalysis and will be of interest to researchers involved in mechanistic studies, coupled with novel experimental and computational methods.

See the event web pages for more details.

Dalton 2020

14th to 16th April, Warwick University

A conference which brings together researchers from the breadth of inorganic chemistry. The meeting is organised by the Dalton Division and four interest groups: Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry Discussion Group, Inorganic Biochemistry Discussion Group, Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms Discussion Group and Main Group Chemistry Group.