Monday, August 9, 2021
Vhall platform, the registration will be open soon!
ACS on Campus is excited to partner with Soochow University on August 9 to bring you this “off-campus” virtual event full of information about the publishing process and ACS resources available to help you along the way.
What You Will Learn:
- Strategies to prepare a well-organized, carefully crafted manuscript
- How to choose the best journal for your research
- What editors look for when reviewing submissions and qualifications needed to become a reviewer
- What ACS Resources you can use to grow your career
- SciFinderⁿ new features and contents
- What Library resources you can get
The program is FREE and open to all students and researchers studying the sciences – not just chemistry. You do not have to be a student at Soochow University to attend.
Come for the information, stay for the chance to win a prize.
Registration will be open soon!
Opening Remarks & ACS Resources
Soochow University Library Resources
Prof. Weidong Wang, Deputy Director of Soochow University Library
Prof. Nanfeng Zheng, Senior Editor, ACS Central Science
How to Get Involved in Peer Review
Jingjing (Grace) Lv, Editorial Services Manager, ACS Publications
Scientific Writing and Communication Skills
Prof. Jiaxing Huang, Editor-in-Chief , Accounts of Materials Research
Dr. Xin Qian, CAS
Nanfeng Zheng, Ph.D
Senior Editor, ACS Central Science
Professor, Xiamen University
Professor Nanfeng Zheng received his B.S. from Xiamen Univ. in 1998. In 2005, he obtained his Ph.D. degree from Univ. of California-Riverside. During 2005-2007, he worked as a research associate at Univ. of California-Santa Barbara. In 2007, he moved to Xiamen Univ. as a full professor. He is currently a Changjiang Chair professor at Xiamen Univ. and also serves as deputy director of Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemistry for Energy Materials. He has received a number of awards including National Natural Science Award of China (Second Prize, 2018), Chinese National Young Scientist Award (2016), Distinguished Young Investigator Award from NSF-China (2009). Dr. Zheng’s research interests mainly focus on the surface and interface chemistry of functional materials for both fundamental research and practical applications, particularly in the fields of catalysis, energy and environmental science. He has published 180 articles with over 17000 citations.
Jiaxing Huang, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief, Accounts of Materials Research
Jiaxing Huang is a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University. He received his B.S. degree in Chemical Physics from USTC, Ph.D. in Chemistry from UCLA, and became a Miller Fellow at UC Berkeley before joining Northwestern in 2007. Prof. Huang enjoys integrating education and research to enhance learning experience for his students and himself. In research, his group uses chemical principles and tools to discover new materials, advance materials processing, and they aim to make materials innovations for better living. Some recent examples include chemical modification of respiratory droplets, carbon based nanomaterials, bulk nanostructured materials, and new forms of colloidal particles for energy storage, water treatments and personal care. Through teaching, they aim to develop intuition, inspire creativity and bring the best out of students and themselves.
Jingjing (Grace) Lv
Editorial Services Manager, ACS Publications
The primary Point of Contact for Editorial Services in China, managing and overseeing China-based editorial support team, while leading the Author and Reviewer Services outreach efforts in China.
Dr. Xin Qian
Customer Success Specialist, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)
Dr. Xin Qian joined CAS in November 2015. She is responsible for the training, promotion and designing the case study for CAS solutions, such as SciFinder, PatentPak, etc. Dr. Qian is an expert in retrieving scientific information of chemistry, chemical engineering, energy, pharmacy, biology, material science via SciFinder and other CAS solutions; and she is also familiar with different types of chemical information searching tools. Before joining CAS, Dr. Qian worked as Associated Professor at the National Center for NANO Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Before that she did her post-doc research in the Dept. of Materials, University of Oxford since October 2013. She received her PhD degree in organic chemistry in Ecole Polytechnique, France; she got her master’s degree in chemistry in Memorial University, Canada and she got her Bachelor’s Degree of Materials Chemistry and Bachelor’s Degree of Business in Nankai University.