So You Think You Can Peer Review? @ the ACS Spring Meeting
Monday, March 27, 2023
ACS on Campus is attending the ACS Spring Meeting & Expo in Indianapolis, IN! Join us in the ACS booth theater on Monday, March 27th for a special presentation on the personal and global benefits of peer review.
Take a break at the ACS Meeting and join us for a professional development session in the ACS booth. Registration encouraged, but not required. Let us know you are attending this interactive session and you will be entered to win ACSoC swag!
Stefanie Dehnen, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, Inorganic Chemistry
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Director of the Scientific Center of Materials Science, Philipps University Marburg
Stefanie Dehnen (born in 1969) is Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Director of the Scientific Center of Materials Science at Philipps University Marburg. Her current research interests are synthesis, formation mechanisms, and physical properties of compounds and materials with binary and ternary chalcogenidometalate anions, organotetrel chalcogenide compounds, binary Zintl anions, and ternary intermetalloid clusters. Professor Dehnen obtained her diploma in 1993 and her doctoral degree in 1996 from the University of Karlsruhe under the supervision of Dieter Fenske on experimental and theoretical investigations of copper sulfide and selenide clusters. After a postdoctoral stay with Reinhart Ahlrichs in the Theoretical Chemistry Department at Karlsruhe, she completed her Habilitation at Karlsruhe in 2004, investigating the chemistry of chalcogenostannate salts.
Sara E. Skrabalak, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, ACS Materials Letters and Chemistry of Materials
Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering, Indiana University – Bloomington
Sara E. Skrabalak is a Provost-appointed James H. Rudy Professor at Indiana University – Bloomington. She has appointments in the Departments of Chemistry and Intelligent Systems Engineering. She received her B.A. degree in Chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002 and her Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2007. She conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Washington in Seattle from 2007-2008 and began on the faculty at Indiana University – Bloomington in 2008. Prior to assuming the role of Editor-in-Chief for Chemistry of Materials and ACS Materials Letters, she served as an Associate Editor for Nanoscale and Nanoscale Advances, both from the Royal Society of Chemistry. She, with her students, has published over a hundred papers in peer reviewed journals and one book. Her research interests span a broad number of topics, with a focus on solid-state chemistry and nanomaterials, with strong influences from chemical engineering. Her group is largely known for providing hypothesis-driven approaches for the synthesis of new materials with defined crystal shape and architecture for applications in energy science, catalysis, separations, plasmonics, chemical sensing, and secured electronics.