Hong Kong Baptist University
Tuesday, October 3, 2023
LT3, Hong Kong Baptist University.Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
Join ACS on Campus and Hong Kong Baptist University for an interactive in-person on campus event. You’ll spend one day hearing from ACS Editors on their tips for scholarly publishing, effective writing, peer review and the latest ACS Resources you can use to grow your career.
The event is FREE and open to all students and researchers studying the sciences, not just chemistry! All attendees will receive a personalized participation certificate after the event.
Registration is open !
Prof Kelvin S. Y. LEUNG Head of Chemistry Department, Hong Kong Baptist University
Mr Kenneth TANG Market & Business Development Manager – Greater China at ACS Publications
Effective Science Writing
Prof J. Justin GOODING Editor-in-Chief, ACS Sensors
The University of New South Wales
Ms Nancy Chan, Head of Users & Information Services, Hong Kong Baptist University
Peer Review: An Introductory Guide
Dr Fun Man FUNG Editorial Advisory Board Member, Journal of Chemical Education
National University of Singapore
Prof Jiming LIU Dean of Science Faculty, Hong Kong Baptist University
Prof. J. Justin Gooding
Editor-in-Chief, ACS Sensors
Scientia Professor of Chemistry at the University of New South Wales, Sydney
Scientia Professor Justin Gooding graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) from Melbourne University before spending two years working for ICI Research on explosives. He then obtained a D.Phil. from the University of Oxford and received post-doctoral training at the Institute of Biotechnology at Cambridge University. He returned to Australia in 1997 as a Vice-Chancellor’s Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales. He was promoted to full professor in 2006 and Scientia Professor in 2011. He is currently a founding co-Director of the Australian Centre for NanoMedicine, Node Leader for The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Convergent Bio-Nano Science and Technology and Deputy Head of the School of Chemistry. Before being appointed as the inaugural Editor-in-Chief of ACS Sensors, he served on the editorial board of the Analyst, The Australian Journal of Chemistry and several other research journals. He leads an interdisciplinary research group of 40 people with students and post-doctoral fellows gaining expertise in areas as diverse as surface chemistry, electrochemistry, analytical chemistry, optical physics, advanced microscopy, surface characterisation, cell biology and nanofabrication.
Dr. Fung Fun Man
Editorial Advisory Board Member, Journal of Chemical Education
National University of Singapore
Dr Fung is a chemistry educator at the National University of Singapore (NUS), well-known for his dedication to enhancing science education through the integration of digital tools. Fun Man earned his Ph.D. from NUS Chemistry and is the lead editor of two books. The first, titled “10 Things You Must Know About the International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO),” (World Scientific Publishing) serves as a comprehensive guide to this competition. The second, “Technology-Enabled Blended Learning Experiences for Chemistry Education and Outreach,” (Elsevier) serves as a valuable resource for educators and researchers seeking to incorporate technology into chemistry education and its impact on fostering engaging learning experiences. In 2022, Dr Fung was elected council member of the Singapore National Institute of Chemistry (SNIC) and is currently the chair of the ACS International Chemical Sciences Chapter Singapore.
Top 10 Tips for Effective Science Writing (PDF)
Whether for a manuscript, a grant proposal, or in a public forum like a news article or press release, learning how to use the written word to convey your ideas effectively to different audiences will position you to shine. Follow these ten tips to start improving your writing today.
Top 10 Tips for Peer Review (PDF)
Navigating peer review as a first-time author or reviewer can be difficult. Follow these tips to become a pro at peer review, to see it as an adventure and an opportunity for professional growth.