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2016 CGCA-South workshop was held on March 5 in Tuebingen. The 28th Annual Conference was held on June 10-11, 2016 in Duesseldorf. From July 4 through 11 the "Chunhui Plan" group visited Beijing, Shanghai, and Ningbo.

Chinese-German Chemical Association (CGCA), registered as Gemeinschaft Chinesischer Chemiker und Chemieingenieure in Deutschland e.V. (GCCCD),VR 17428, Cologne, is a non-profit Chinese academic organization of chemistry, chemical engineering and related fields, which composes of members who have experience of studying and working in Germany. The essential goal of CGCA is to promote the academic exchange among its members, as well as to promote cooperation between Chinese and German academic and industrial institutions in chemistry and related fields. CGCA organizes regularly academic meetings and helps its members to participate in various events, including:

  • Organize CGCA Annual Conference in fields of chemistry and chemical engineering, as well as regional academic conferences
  • Elect CGCA Young Chemists Awards and declare to Chinese Chemical Society
  • Organize and assist members to apply for National Excellent Students Scholarship in Germany
  • Post Recruitment information, organize and participate in such activities
  • Organize Chunhui Plan, visit domestic institutions in China
  • Assist members to apply '100-Plan' and '1000-Plan' projects
  • Organizing various chemical and cultural Forum
  • Communicate with other chinese societies at universities and professional associations
  • Organizing various extracurricular activities, such as visiting companies or institutions , picnic and various sporting activities


CGCA is meanwhile part of "Chinese Chemical Society", "Vereinigung Chinesischer Akademischer und Studentischer Gesellschaften in Deutschland e.V.", "Federation of Chinese Professional Associations in Europe". In the past 25 years, plenty of subsidiaries have been founded. Alumni and members of CGCA are presently playing very important roles in numbers of branches (both in academia and industry, in China and Germany), including many famous scholars, professors and executives.