35th Philippine Chemistry Congress

27-29 May 2020
SMX Convention Center, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental

The Philippine Chemistry Congress (PCC) is the annual conference of chemists in the Philippines. First held in 1984, the PCC has since served as one of the biggest gatherings of chemists and researchers from academe, industry, government and other sectors, where new knowledge in chemistry and allied fields are brought to the forefront.

Click here to view the Timeline: 35 Years of PCC.

The 35th Philippine Chemistry Congress is organized by the Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies (PFCS) in cooperation with the ICP Bacolod Chapter. It hopes to further cooperation and collaboration among chemists and other scientists to promoting biodiversity and chemodiversity for sustainability and its significance for the industry, academe and government.

Important Dates*

15 Feb 2020
Deadline for Abstract Submission

15 Mar 2020
Notification of Paper Acceptance

15 Apr 2020
Deadline for Early Bird Registration
Deadline for Presenter Registration

Registration Fees

Registration entitles the participants to attendance at all scientific sessions, refreshments and lunch during the conference. Each registered participant will receive a set of conference materials.

Early Bird Rates1
(until 15 Apr 2020)
On-Site Rates
(after 15 Apr 2020)
KKP/ICP/PACT Member2:PHP 6000.00PHP 8000.00
Non KKP/ICP/PACT Member:PHP 6500.00PHP 8500.00
Undergraduate2,3/HS Student2:PHP 5500.00PHP 7500.00
Foreign Delegates:USD 250.00USD 300.00
  1. Delegates must both be paid and registered to be eligible for the Early Bird Rates.
  2. Proof of membership or student status must be uploaded together with the scanned copy of the machine-validated deposit slip during online registration.
  3. Undergraduate Students are those who obtained/will obtain a Bachelor’s degree on or after 2020.

Click here to review the Registration Procedures and Payment Details.

About Bacolod City

Bacolod City, on the northwest coast of Negros Occidental, is one of the most progressive and elite cities in the country. Known for its sugarcane plantations, it is now a fast-growing hub for information technology and business process outsourcing.

It plays host to the annual MassKara Festival, which features masks adorned with smiling faces, giving rise to Bacolod being called “The City of Smiles”.

Top attractions include the New Goverment Center, San Sebastian Cathedral, Bantug Lake Ranch, Negros Museum, Negros Forests and Ecological Foundation Biodiversity Conservation Center, Mt Kanlaon’s Seven Falls, Capitol Lagoon Park, The Ruins, Laguerta Home of the Vintage Glasses Museum and the Butterfly Sanctuary at Mambukal Resort.

About the Conference Venue

Located on the third floor of the SM City Bacolod commercial complex, SMX Bacolod holds to the distinctive values SMX is known for: excellent location, extraordinary facilities, and exceptional service.

Ideal for all types of event, SMX Bacolod offers 3 function rooms and 6 meeting rooms that can accommodate anything from an audience of 5,000 to an exclusive conference for 10.