Program Theme: Program Theme: Chemistry in Motion
Dear colleagues, it is our pleasure to announce the 1st International Symposium on Mesoporous Zeolites (ISMZ) to be held in the 246th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, September 8-12, 2013, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
The symposium is intended for building a community for the scientists and engineers involved in research, development, and utilization of mesoporous zeolites, hierarchical zeolites, nano-zeolites, etc., from both academia and industries, to promote open sharing internally and externally with the broader scientific community. The two-day program (exact date to be determined) will be hosted within the seminar sessions of the Division of Energy and Fuels, which includes oral presentations (30-40 min for keynote speakers and 20-30 min for the rest) on any or all of the area involving the preparation, characterization, and applications of such materials.
Abstract submission will be open between Feb. 1- Apr. 1, 2013 through abstracts.acs.org. Instructions on how to submit abstracts can be found here and the pre-print template here. Travel and accommodation information is available at www.acs.org.
If you have any question, please contact the symposium organizers: ISMZ-Online, Prof. Javier Garcia-Martinez, or Dr. Kunhao (Eric) Li. We sincerely welcome you and look forward to meeting you this Fall.
Division of Energy and Fuels – American Chemical Society
Call for Papers
Symposium features research, development, and planning on energy conversion and fuel production. Based on invitation, internationally recognized experts will represent promising research developments of the next generation of energy and fuels. Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Energy Conversion, Storage and Utilization
- Smart Grid Technologies
- Fuel Production and Utilization
- Advancements in Energy-related Materials
Prof. Xianqin Wang
Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering
New Jersey Institute of Technology
323 MLK Blvd., University Heights
Newark, NJ 07102-1982 USA
Prof. Yun Hang Hu
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Michigan Technological University
Houghton, MI 49931 USA
Abstract and pre-print submission due date: 10 April 2013
Submission of both an abstract and a pre-print are required. Please do this on-line at abstracts.acs.org. Instructions and pre-print template are available at web.anl.gov/PCS/ENFL/preprintinfo.html.
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Program Theme: Chemistry and Stewardship of the World
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