Motivated by this year’s Conference theme, “Bridging Generations through STEM: Inspire. Connect, Create”, the Technical Programs Committee seeks to provide assemblies that ignite, and in some cases renew, challenge, and ultimately transform your scientific intellect fueling innovation in STEM. Technical Programs Day focuses on delivering a suite of highly engaging and informative workshops, sessions, and special symposia to promote scientific dialogue and increase interaction among students and professionals, thus Creating STEM Opportunities.
The 2015 technical programming includes oral presentations, short talks, and panel discussions on a variety of topics.
Sample Technical Sessions Topics:
Analytical chemistry, biochemistry, computational chemistry, environmental chemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, materials science and engineering, natural products and pharmaceuticals, polymers, proteomics, and spectroscopic analysis.
Student Poster Session: Offers students the opportunity to effectively communicate their research with professionals, and expand STEM literacy through interaction with their peers.
New for 2015!
- 2 minute “Research Pitch”: A new competitive technical session to market your research to industry. This session will give pre-selected participants the opportunity to present their research in 2 minutes. “Prizes for winners”
- Transform My Career Panel Symposium: From David Banner to Incredible Hulk. Open dialog with professionals with various careers discussing the pathways, mentors and approaches they took to transform their careers. Bench Chemist to Director
- Professional Reception Poster Symposium: Designed for technical professionals in academia, industry, and government sector (post-doctoral students are included) to engage in discussion about their ongoing research efforts.
Click Here submit an abstract for Technical Sessions, the Student or Professional Poster Session or The 2 minute “Research Pitch”
Abstract deadlines are as follows:
For an Oral Presentation – June 30, 2015