|CCL 09.05.20 Central Regional Meeting of the ACS, Cleveland, OH|
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Date: Wed Dec 31 22:39:46 2008
Subject: 09.05.20 Central Regional Meeting of the ACS, Cleveland, OH
2009 Central Regional Meeting of the ACS Announces Call for Papers May 20-23, 2009 http://www.cermacs2009.org/ The Cleveland Section of the American Chemical Society invites you to the 2009 Central Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, CERMACS 2009, at the historic Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio, May 20-23, 2009. This event is being co-sponsored by the Electrochemical Society, the Society for Applied Spectroscopy, the American Vacuum Society, the Yeager Center for Electrochemical Sciences, and Case Western Reserve University. Abstracts will be accepted from January 17, 2009 through March 16, 2009 (see information below). The theme for CERMACS 2009 is Meeting Energy & Environmental Challenges Through Functional Materials. In addition to the traditional symposia on Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical Chemistry, the meeting organizers are planning symposia on: -- Energy Storage and Energy Conversion -- Functional Materials -- General Catalysis -- Women in Electrochemistry -- Chemical Education -- Chemical Biology -- Medicinal Chemistry -- Art and Science -- Forensic Science -- Computational Chemistry -- Environmental Chemistry -- Health Impact of Nanomaterials -- Lunar Regolith and Simulants -- 100 Years of Chemistry in Cleveland CERMACS 2009 is pleased to announce three keynote speakers for the technical program, Professor Charles M. Lieber of Harvard University, Professor Daniel G. Nocera of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Dr. Linda Abraham-Silver of the Great Lakes Science Center. The Cleveland Section will continue four decades of tradition by presenting the Morley Medal for 2009 at the Morley Award Symposium. The Morley Medal recognizes significant contributions to chemistry through achievements in research, teaching, engineering, research administration and public service, outstanding service to humanity or to industrial progress. Workshops and short courses are planned. The undergraduate program will include an undergraduate research poster session as well as networking opportunities. Contact information for symposia chairs and details regarding this event can be found at the CERMACS 2009 website, www.cermacs2009.org. In addition to the technical program, CERMACS 2009 will include an opening mixer and an awards banquet where the following awards will be presented: -- The Stanley C. Israel Regional Award For Advancing Diversity in the Chemical Sciences -- The ACS Division of Chemical Education Central Regional Award for Excellence in High School Teaching -- The E. Ann Nalley Central Regional Award for Volunteer Service to the American Chemical Society -- The Regional Industrial Innovation Award Special meeting rates have been arranged at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, 24 Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio 44106. For reservations, call (216) 696-5600 and ask for the ACS rate. General Chair: CERMACS09: Prof. Daniel A. Scherson,daniel.scherson]*[case.edu, (216) 368 5186. Program Chair: Dr. Kenneth Street , Kenneth.W.Street]*[nasa.gov, (216) 433-5032. Exposition: Amir Zaman, sponsorship]*[electrochem.org, (609) 737-1902 x103.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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