Apr 15 - Apr 16, 2013
University of Rochester
160 Trustee Road, Computer Studies Building
Rochester, NY 14627-0236
ACS on Campus is headed to the University of Rochester to offer a behind the scenes peek of the publishing process, the latest research tools, and career development sessions focused on industry, government and entrepreneurship.
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- You do not have to register for all of the sessions in order to attend. You are invited to come for as many of the sessions as your schedule allows.
- Complimentary food will be provided at both the Monday and Tuesday events for all registered participants.
- ACS on Campus is a great opportunity to network, build skills and learn tips and strategies to help you advance in your career.
ACS Publications will hold focus groups on Monday April 15, prior to the ACS on Campus events. Participants will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on the ways in which recent developments on the ACS Journals Web Platform (as well as services offered by other publishers) either helps or hinders the tasks they need to accomplish in their research. This feedback will help to inform future development of ACS services. Participants will receive an Amazon giftcard for their time.
We are looking for:
- post-doctoral researchers
- graduate students
- Are frequent SciFinder users
- Are frequent ACS journals users
If you meet these criteria and are interested in attending, please indicate your availability at http://www.doodle.com/uqtby4skcyifufcz (Internet Explorer).
For more information, contact Dr. David Martinsen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sue Cardinal obtained her B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa. For seven years she worked as an environmental analytical chemist at a start-up company, Galson Remediation Corporation then Galson Laboratories in Syracuse, NY. She obtained her MLS from Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies in Syracuse, New York while working as a Circulation Supervisor at the Barclay Law Library at Syracuse University. At the University of Rochester, she teaches 15 -20 course integrated chemical information sessions a year. Sue has been a member of ACS for many years and has been active in the CINF Division as Secretary for the Division (2002-2003) and CoChair of the Education Committee (2005 to 2007).
Dr. Robert K. Boeckman, Jr.
Marshall D. Gates, Jr. Professor of Chemistry and Chair; Associate Editor for the Journal of Organic Chemistry
Professor Boeckman obtained his Ph.D. in Synthetic Organic Chemistry in 1971 from Brandeis University. Currently, his research efforts focus on the development of new synthetic methodology, applicable solution of complex stereochemical problems, including asymmetric synthesis. Research by Dr. Boeckman and his group provides new tools and methodologies for preparative organic chemistry which have practical application in the areas of medicinal chemistry relevant to the pharmaceutical industry.
Dr. William D. Jones
Associate Editor for Journal of the American Chemical Society; C.F. Houghton Professor of Chemistry, University of Rochester
William D. Jones was inspired to work in inorganic chemistry as an undergraduate researcher with Mark S. Wrighton at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (BS, 1975). He obtained a Ph.D. degree in chemistry at California Institute of Technology (1979), working with Robert G. Bergman. He moved to the University of Wisconsin as an NSF postdoctoral fellow with Chuck Casey and in 1980 accepted a position as Assistant Professor at the University of Rochester. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1984 and Professor in 1987. He is now the Charles F. Houghton Professor of Chemistry.
Sonja Krane, PhD
Duncan T. Moore, PhD
Vice Provost of Entrepreneurship, Kingslake Professor of Optical Engineering, Professor of Business Administration – University of Rochester
The Honorable Duncan Moore is the former dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and former director of The Institute of Optics. He is a past president of the Optical Society of America. From 1997 to 2001, he served as associate director for technology in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy for the Clinton Administration, where he worked on the Next Generation Internet, Clean Car Initiative, and NASA. From 2002 to 2004, he served as president and chief executive officer of the Infotonics Technology Center Inc., an industry, academia and government partnership to foster cutting edge research, prototyping of new technology and economic development in upstate New York.
Dr. Moore is the founder and former president of Gradient Lens Corporation of Rochester, NY, a company that manufactures the high-quality, low-cost Hawkeye boroscope. He lectures on “Entrepreneurship for scientists and engineers in developing economies,” based upon a course he teaches on technical entrepreneurship to a combined class of engineering graduate students and MBAs.
Dr. Moore received his PhD in Optics in 1974 from the University of Rochester. He had previously earned a master’s degree in Optics at Rochester and a bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of Maine.
Michael Riedlinger has a bachelor’s degree in fine art from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Rochester. A seasoned start-up venturer, he has founded or co-founded several businesses, including Diffinity Genomics where he currently serves as a board member. In his role at HTR he provides support and development services to life science and medical device entrepreneurs as well as technology commercialization assistance to university researchers throughout the region. Development of new approaches for entrepreneurial training and technology commercialization are current initiatives.
He is the Program Manager and designer of the HTR LaunchPad, a new software acceleration program based on experiences gained as a Mentor in the National Science Foundation ICorps Program at Stanford University. Michael also serves on the MedTech Board of Directors and the Cornell Center for Materials Research Industrial Advisory Board.
Vice-President of Sales, OptimaxMark Palvino currently serves as Vice-President of Sales for Optimax, which is the largest optical components prototype manufacturer in the United States. Formerly, Mr. Palvino was the General Manager of PAETEC Wireless, a subsidiary of PAETEC (NASDAQ:PAET) that provides “last-mile” communications infrastructure using FCC licensed point-to-point microwave technology. Prior to PAETEC, he was Founder & CEO of MPX, a wireless system integrator and engineering firm that merged with PAETEC in January 2008.
Mr. Palvino holds a B.S. in Optics from the University of Rochester and has spent the last 25 years in a variety of technology fields including lasers, fiber optics, metrology instrumentation, microwave systems and optical components.
Mr. Palvino resides in Rochester NY with his wife and two boys.
Patrick Gordon, PhD
Career Consultant and Workshop Presenter, ACS
Dr. Patrick Gordon has completed both academic and industrial post-doctoral fellowships. He worked for 13 years in industry but moved on to academia, where he has spent the last 8 years. He is a lecturer at Framingham State University and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services. Dr. Gordon is also the former Chair for the Northeast Section of the ACS.
Monday, April 15, 2013
Location:MacGregors’ – Henrietta Location
300 Jefferson Road
Rochester, NY 14623
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Location: Carlson Science & Engineering Library
8:30-9:00 am Registration/ Sign In
9:00 am-9:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:30-11:00 am Basics in Scholarly Publishing: From the Editors Themselves
Copyright and Ethics in Scholarly Communication: What You Need to Know
12:00-12:30 pm Lunch and Networking
1:00-2:00 pm Entrepreneurship in Upstate New York: What You Need to Know to Start Your Own Venture (panel discussion)
2:00-2:15 pm Break
4:45-6:00 pm Closing Remarks and Networking Reception
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Heather L. Tierney, Ph.D.
Managing Editor, ACS Nano & Nano Letters
Heather received her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Assumption College in Worcester, MA. She then proceeded to complete a Ph. D. in Chemistry at Tufts University, where she used a combination of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and density functional theory (DFT) to study the surface chemistry of a variety of systems including bimetallic alloys, molecular self-assembly, and single-molecule rotors. Heather joined the Publications Division of the American Chemical Society in 2010 as the Managing Editor for ACS Nano and Nano Letters.