On March 17th, ACS Publications heads to Philadelphia for the 2019 Pittcon Conference & Expo – the world’s leading technical program featuring scientists from around the world. ACS will host various events throughout the conference that provide the unique opportunity to engage with cross-functional staff and learn more about the journals and the submission process from the Editors themselves.
- Visit the ACS booth #2337 during Expo Hall Hours to meet with staff from ACS Publications, C&EN, and ACS Membership – all in one place. This is your opportunity to get your questions about membership, C&EN, and publishing answered and to grab some freebies.
The ACS booth is located in the center of the Expo Hall and is highlighted in purple in the Expo Hall map above.
- Attend the Advances in Measurement Science Lectureship Award Symposium on March 20th from 8:30 AM-12:40 PM in Room 126 to hear research presentations from this year’s award winners, and learn more about the 2020 award nomination and selection process. Before the conference, you can learn more about the 2019 award winners in this ACS Axial post.
- Attend the ACS Joint Reception with ACS Publications, Membership and the Division of Analytical Chemistry on March 18th from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown – Franklin Hall 13 for a night of a night of hors-d’oeuvres, drinks, and networking with the editors of ACS Sensors, Analytical Chemistry, and Journal of Proteome Research and other top researchers in the field!
- Attend the Measurement Journal Individual Symposia to learn about ground-breaking research in each field:
ACS Sensors & the Division of Analytical Chemistry
“New Sensors and Signal Transduction Strategies for Health and Environmental Monitoring”
March 18 | 8:30-11:45 AM | Room 120A
Analytical Chemistry & the Division of Analytical Chemistry
“New Measurement Tools for Characterizing Individual Cells”
March 17 | 1:30-4:30 PM | Room 120A
Journal of Proteome Research & the Division of Analytical Chemistry
“Advancing Measurements of the Structural Proteome”
March 21 | 1:30-4:45 PM | Room 120A