We are excited to see you (either in-person or virtually) at ACS Spring 2022, taking place March 20-24, in San Diego and online. Listed below is a small selection of the ways you can make the most of the meeting and learn more about your favorite ACS journals, new Editors, finding the right home for […]
We are excited to see you (either in-person or virtually) at ACS Spring 2022, taking place March 20-24, in San Diego and online. Listed below is a small selection of the ways you can make the most of the meeting and learn more about your favorite ACS journals, new Editors, finding the right home for your next manuscript, and more.
Please note that all event times listed here are in Pacific Time, and you can refer to the full program for more information.
Sunday, March 20
Organometallics Distinguished Author Award Symposium
08:00 A.M. – 10:40 A.M.| Room 5A | In-person Event | Division of Organic Chemistry
Organometallics Distinguished Author Symposium in Honor of Robert Gilliard
2:00 P.M. – 4:30 P.M.| Room 7A | Hybrid Event | Division of Inorganic Chemistry
Over two half-day symposia, Professor Robert J. Gilliard, Jr. is recognized for his dynamic and ground-breaking research in main-group chemistry, in particular his group’s work on novel complexes and electronic structures of magnesium and beryllium.
Monday, March 21
2022 James J. Morgan Early Career Award for Great Achievements in Environmental Science & Technology
08:00 A.M. – 11:05 A.M.| Gallery 1 | Hybrid Event | Division of Environmental Chemistry
Join Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Science & Technology Letters, ACS ES&T Engineering, and ACS ES&T Water and the Division of Environmental Chemistry to honor the winners of the 2022 James J. Morgan Environmental Science & Technology Early Career Award: ProfessorGang Liu (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark), ProfessorDenise M. Mitrano (ETH Zürich, Switzerland), Professor Peng Zhang (University of Birmingham, U.K.) and ProfessorMatthieu Riva (I’IRCELYON, France).
08:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.| Room: Sapphire I/J (Hilton San Diego Bayfront) | Hybrid Event | Division of Biological Chemistry
Join Biochemistry and the Division of Biological Chemistry to honor the recipient of the 2021 Gordon Hammes Scholar Award, Yang (Vicky) Luo, Yale University and to remember the recipient of the 2021 Gordon Hammes Lectureship, the late Dan Tawfik.
Meet the ACS In Focus Authors
1:30 – 2:00 P.M. | ACS Theater, Exhibit Hall | In-Person Event | ACS Publications Division
ACS In Focus digital publications help readers of all levels accelerate their fundamental understanding of emerging topics and techniques from across the sciences. In an instructional setting, these works bridge the gap between textbooks and literature. For the seasoned scientist, they satisfy the hunger for continuous growth in knowledge and capability. Join Jane Findley, Acquisitions Editor, and authors Matthew Tarr, Mahamud Subir and Yi Rao. Matthew Tarr (University of New Orleans) will discuss Photochemistry of Nanomaterials, while Mahamud Subir (Ball State University) and Yi Rao (Utah State University) will discuss Environmental Interfacial Spectroscopy– two new ACS In Focus titles publishing in March 2022.
Tuesday, March 22
2022 Outstanding Achievements in Environmental Science & Technology Award
08:00 A.M. – 11:20 A.M.| Gallery 2 | Hybrid Event | Division of Environmental Chemistry
Join Environmental Science & Technology, Environmental Science & Technology Letters, ACS ES&T Engineering and ACS ES&T Water and the Division of Environmental Chemistry to honor the winners of the 2022 Outstanding Achievements in Environmental Science & Technology Award: Professor Jerald L. Schnoor, (Allen S. Henry Chair in Engineering, University of Iowa) and Professor Menachem Elimelech (Sterling Professor Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Yale University).
Demystifying Scientific Collaborations, presented by ACS on Campus
12:00 P.M. – 12:30 P.M.| ACS Theater | In-Person Event | ACS on Campus
Finding a great partner can supercharge your research, science outreach activity, or other initiative, but…how do you get started? And keep it going strong? Join Professor Hosea M. Nelson (Professor of Chemistry, California Institute of Technology) Senior Editor, ACS Central Science) and one of his favorite collaborators, Professor Yi Tang (Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles), as they take you inside their partnership and share their best advice for creating your own collaborations.