This symposium allows outstanding graduate students, currently enrolled in a program in the chemical sciences, to disseminate their research to the global professional community.
This symposium allows outstanding graduate students, currently enrolled in a program in the chemical sciences, to disseminate their research to the global professional community. The Division seeks papers that are relevant to industrial and engineering chemistry in general, and/or to the subdivisions within I&EC: Applied Chemical Technology (ACT) and Separation Science and Technology (SST). The Division anticipates holding one full day of presentations. Student participants will be expected to attend the symposium awards luncheon as well (at no cost to students), and their research advisors and guests are also encouraged to attend.
Questions about this symposium can be directed to the organizers using the symposium email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Benefits and Awards
Every graduate student lead author accepted for this Symposium will be awarded an ACS members meeting registration fee, plus a ticket to the Awards Luncheon. All submissions and presentations will be evaluated by a panel selected by the Division. In addition, the first, second, and third place winners will receive monetary awards ($550, 400, and $250 respectively). To be eligible for any award, the presenter must be a student who is pursuing a graduate degree in the chemical sciences or engineering or a closely related field at the time of the symposium
Students must first input their abstracts in the ACS MAPS abstracts system by the ACS deadline, which is March 12, 2018. See http://maps.acs.org to submit abstracts; the system will open on January 15, 2018. Graduate student authors must also ask their supervisors to email a brief letter of support directly to the symposium organizers (email@example.com). The support letter should simply confirm that the student is currently enrolled and is the lead author responsible for the work to be presented. No further information is needed in the support letter. The support letter should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 21, 2018. Students will be notified of their acceptance by April 28, 2018.