Join ACS Editors in Shanghai for the Latest in Materials Science Innovation

The world’s leading materials science researchers are coming together in Shanghai for three days of exchanging ideas. Attend the ACS Publications Symposium Innovations in Materials Science from July 29-31 and learn all about the latest breakthroughs in the field. You’ll be able to network with researchers and ACS Editors from around the world, and present your best work alongside renowned scientific experts.

The event, held in partnership with ShanghaiTech University will feature keynote lectures sponsored by ACS Nano and the Journal of the American Chemical Society, as well as 5 plenary sessions. Attendees will hear speakers discuss cutting-edge nanomaterials, as well as materials for sectors such as the environment, energy, photon sciences, and biology.

The symposium also includes access to networking opportunities, such as a poster session reception, a welcome banquet, lunch during Monday and Tuesday’s program, exclusive “Meet the Speakers and Editors” events, and much more.

Register by May 25 to qualify for a discounted registration fee, to receive membership to the American Chemical Society, and to get one FREE student ticket!

The symposium will feature lectures by world-renowned scientists, poster sessions, short talks selected from outstanding abstracts, ample networking opportunities. Submit your best research for the ACS Publications Symposium poster presentation session. The best posters will receive a prize. Outstanding abstracts will be selected for oral shorts talks and featured on the official symposium plenary agenda. Submit your abstracts by June 15!

Keynote Speakers:

  • W. E. Moerner

Stanford University, USA

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014

  • Lei Jiang, 江雷

Institute of Chemistry, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2017 Humboldt Research Award recipient

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Frank Caruso, Executive Editor, Chemistry of Materials

University of Melbourne, Australia

  • Prashant Kamat, Editor-in-Chief, ACS Energy Letters

University of Notre Dame, USA

  • Zhongfan Liu, 刘忠范

Peking University, China

  • Yadong Li, 李亚栋

Tsinghua University, China

  • Zhi Liu, 刘志

ShanghaiTech University, China

  • Catherine J. Murphy, Deputy Editor, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

  • Teri Odom, Executive Editor, ACS Photonics

Northwestern University, USA

  • Ted Sargent, Associate Editor, ACS Photonics

University of Toronto, Canada

  • Paul S. Weiss, Editor-in-Chief, ACS Nano

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

  • Hao Yan

Arizona State University, USA

  • Peidong Yang, 杨培东, Associate Editor, Journal of the American Chemical Society

University of California, Berkeley College, USA

ShanghaiTech University, China

  • Xueming Yang, 杨学明, Senior Editor, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A/B/C

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China

  • Yuliang Zhao, 赵宇亮

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

  • Dongyuan Zhao, 赵东元, Senior Editor, ACS Central Science

Fudan University, China

Register for this symposium now!

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