Federal University of Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Event Information

Details

When

Monday, May 13, 2019

13:30-18:30

Where

Unifesp Campus Diadema
Instituto de Ciências Ambientais, Químicas e Farmacêuticas
Unidade José Alencar - Auditório
Rua São Nicolau, 210 - Centro - Diadema

Who

Federal University of Sao Paulo

About

ACS on Campus, the American Chemical Society’s flagship outreach program, is proud to partner with Federal University of Sao Paulo for a special event on May 13! Join us for an exciting afternoon of publishing discussions and an inside look at ACS resources that can help you with your career. You’ll also be able to network and make lasting connections over networking breaks!

You’ll hear from some of the brightest minds in chemistry including Prof. Teri Odom, Executive Editor of ACS Photonics and Prof. Osvaldo Oliveira, Associate Editor, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, and Prof. Frank Quina, Associate Editor, ACS Omega!

The event is FREE and open to all students and researchers studying the sciences – not just chemistry! Registration is highly recommended.

 

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces             ACS Photonics

 

ACS Omega

Agenda

13:30-14:00

Registration

14:00-14:20

Opening Remarks & ACS Resources to Grow Your Future

14:20-14:40

“Plasmon-Molecule Interactions in Confined Volumes”

Prof. Teri Odom, Executive Editor, ACS Photonics

14:40-15:00

“Chemistry of the colors of flowers, fruit and wine” 

Prof. Frank Quina, Associate Editor, ACS Omega

15:00-16:00

10 Tips for Scholarly Publishing

Prof. Teri Odom, Executive Editor, ACS Photonics

Prof. Osvaldo Oliveira, Executive Editor, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Prof. Frank Quina, Associate Editor, ACS Omega

16:00-16:30

Networking Break

16:30-17:15

 Copyright & Ethics

Prof. Teri Odom, Executive Editor, ACS Photonics

17:15-18:00

Write it, Speak it: Effective Communications — How to Talk and Write About Your Research

Prof. Osvaldo Oliveira, Executive Editor, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

18:00

Closing Remarks