8th International Collaborative & Cooperative Chemistry Symposium
Organized by School Of Chemistry, University Of Hyderabad, India
18-19 December, 2017
ICCCS is an initiative to nurture scientific cooperation between selected Chemistry departments of universities across six different countries. The Symposium is held annually with participation of eight universities: Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur, Kyoto University, National University of Singapore, Peking University, Seoul National University, University of Hyderabad, University of Queensland and Zhejiang University. The earlier meetings were held at Singapore, Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea, and China. The Symposium consists of invited lectures by researchers from the participating universities in frontier areas of chemistry.
School of Chemistry, University of Hyderabad is a dynamic center for research at the frontiers of chemical sciences. It  has established itself as one of the leading centers in the country for education and research in chemical sciences.

The advanced research pursued by the faculty members in the School supplement and complement the teaching and training of undergraduate, post-graduate, Ph. D. students and postdoctoral researchers.
The School receives support from funding agencies: UGC, DST, CSIR, international collaborative projects and industrial projects. The School runs an outreach program, Networking Resource Centre, funded by the UGC.

Prof. Pradeepta K. Panda
Prof. R. Chandrasekar
Prof. T. P. Radhakrishnan
Prof. Akhila K. Sahoo
The University of Hyderabad (UoH), founded in 1974, one of the major institutions of higher education in India is largely devoted to postgraduate studies and is widely known for its excellence in research and for its distinguished faculty.  With 46 different Departments and Centres organized in 12 Schools of study, the University has over 400 faculty and over 5000 students, UoH has emerged as a leading centre of teaching and research. The large campus located near Gachibowli, which is the IT hub of Hyderabad, has immense bio-diversity and is home to over 75 varieties of birds, not to speak of the lakes and rock formations which give the campus a natural beauty.