The Society of Fluorine Chemistry, Japan, is seeking regular and student members.
The element fluorine is characterized by its small size, hardness (low polarizability), and the strength of the attraction it exerts on electrons. The Society of Fluorine Chemistry, Japan, was established in 2009 as an organization of scientists and engineers as part of a concerted effort by industry, government, and academia to help address the chemistry and science of this unique element in a comprehensive manner and to commercialize associated findings.
We hope to pioneer the domain of fluorine chemistry and technology, where many rare treasures remain buried, with the participation of a large membership representing a broad range of fields. It is our hope that the society will attract as many members as possible so that together we can help Japan make a scientific and technological contribution in the future by exchanging scientific information and ideas with a broad array of people in the fields of physics, chemistry, and biology.
- Hosting an annual meeting (Fluorine Chemistry Discussions)
- Publishing a journal
- Hosting lectures, seminars, symposia, basic courses, and other events
- Assisting international scientific societies and other organizations
- Fostering international exchange
Benefits of membership
- Regular, student, and supporting members receive the society’s journal free of charge.
- Members receive priority treatment with regard to their attendance at annual meetings, lectures, and seminars that are hosted or cohosted by the society.
Member types and fees
- Regular member: ¥5,000 per person
- Student member: ¥2,000 per person
- Supporting member: ¥30,000 per membership
Click the “Register as New Member” button below to proceed to the membership application form.