At ACSNOLA: CSW Members Talks and Events

CSW members are doing amazing work! We asked you to tell us who you are and where you’re presenting. Check out all the great CSW work featured by CSW members below! Follow us on Twitter at @CapitalChemist to get reminders and notices when CSW members talks are getting started!

 

Sunday, March 18:

Dr. Darryl Boyd, US Naval Research Laboratory
“Fabrication of luminescent quantum dot thiol-une nanocomposites vía UV Photopolymerization”
9:00am, Studio 7 – New Orleans Marriott Canal Street
Division: Polymer Chemistry (#2860437)

Thomas J. Siepmann, J.D., Ph.D., Siepmann IP Consulting, PLLC
“Legal Issues for Chemical Companies in the Food, Energy, & Water Industries”
1:30pm, Grand Salon C, Sec. 15, Hilton New Orleans Riverside
Division: Small Chemical Business

Vidumin Dahanayake, Georgetown University
“Manganese and iron oxo-clusters as a substitute for gadolinium in MRI contrast”
4:45pm, Room 335 – Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Inorganic Chemistry


Monday, March 19:

John Rumble, R&R Data Services
“Chemical safety data in the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics”
9:20am, River Bend 1 – New Orleans Marriott Convention Center
Division: Chemical Information

Irene Hantman, Verdant Law
“Issues in Chemical Commercialization”
9:30am, Room 213, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Chemistry & The Law

Sunghwan Kim, National Institutes of Health
“How can you access PubChem programmatically?”
10:00am, Natzhez, New Orleans Marriott Convention Center
Division: Chemical Information

Lynn Stevens, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
“Synthesis and photophysical properties of distyryl β–ketoiminate boron difluoride complexes”
12:00pm, Halls D/E – Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Chemical Education

Katherine Huerta, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
“Applications of TGA/DSC in energy science and energy geochemistry”
12:00pm, Halls D/E, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Chemical Education

Tzivia Linfield, Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University
“ANGPTL4 promotes lymphangiogenesis in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma”
12:00pm, Halls D/E, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Chemical Education

Michael Mellinger, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
“Thermal decomposition kinetics of select iodate salts”
12:00pm, Halls D/E, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Chemical Education

Christopher Cahill, The George Washington University
“Supramolecular assembly and tuning of actinyl cations”
3:30pm, Fountainbleu Sec 4 – Embassy Suites New Orleans
Division: Nuclear Chemistry & Technology


Tuesday, March 20:

Andre Striegel, NIST
“Determining the core, corona, and total size of CdSeS/ZnS quantum dots by SEC/QELS and TEM”
8:00am, Audubon – New Orleans Marriott Canal Street
Division: Polymer Chemistry

Susan H. Hixson, retired (formerly NSF)
“Support by the National Science Foundation for the development of peer-led team learning”
8:40am, New Orleans Marriott Convention Center (Blaine Kern A)
Division: Chemical Education

Rebecca M. Jones, George Mason University
“Peer-supported learning in undergraduate chemistry: A comparison of learning assistants and a tutoring center”
8:55am, Fulton – New Orleans Marriott Convention Center
Division: Chemical Education

Robert Bruce, NIST
“Impact of fluorinated alkanethiols with embedded dipoles on transport properties of EGaIn top contact devices and organic transistors”
9:00am, R06 – Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Colloid and Surface Chemistry

Andrew Mamantov, formerly of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
“Halocarbenes May Deplete Atmospheric Ozone”
1:20pm, RO5 – Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Physical Organic Chemistry

Sunghwan Kim, National Institutes of Health
“What can you teach using PubChem?”
2:15pm, Natzhez, New Orleans Marriott Convention Center
Division: Chemical Information

Nicole Vanagas, Georgetown University
“Solution and solid state structural chemistry of Th(IV) and U(IV)-monocarboxylates”
5:30pm, Hall D – Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Inorganic Chemistry


Wednesday, March 21:

Victor Pike, Moloecular Imnaging Branch, NIMH, NIH
“New approaches to radiotrifluoromethylations”
8:00am, Fountainbleu Sec 1/2 – Embassy Suites New Orleans
Division: Fluorine Chemistry

Paul DeSario, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
“Oxidation-stable plasmonic copper nanoparticles in catalytic TiO2 aerogels”
8:30am, Cottonmill – Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center
Division: Catalysis Science & Technology

Jonathan Seppala, NIST
“Molecular weight dependence of polycarbonate weld formation in material extrusion additive manufacturing”
9:00am, Suite 9, New Orleans Marriott Canal St
Division: Polymeric Materials: Science & Eng

Wesley Farrell, NIST
“Towards next generation polyolefin standards: Controlled synthesis of short-chain branched polyethylene via ring-opening metathesis polymerization”
9:00am, Studio 3 – New Orleans Marriott Canal Street
Division: Polymeric Materials: Science & Eng

Sara Orski, NIST
“High temperature size exclusion chromatography measurements of polyolefins with precise control of branch frequency and branch length”
10:55am, Feliciana East – Loews New Orleans Hotel
Division: Industrial & Engineering Chemistry

Stuart Licht, George Washington University
“Diamonds from the sky: Facile, inexpensive transformation of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into carbon nanotube wool”
2:50pm, Antonine – Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center
Division: Catalysis Science & Technology


Thursday, March 22:

Sunghwan Kim, National Institutes of Health
“PubChem’s health and safety information for laboratory chemicals”
8:05am, Tchoupitoulas, New Orleans Marriott Convention Center
Division: Chemical Education

Samantha Nowak, University of Maryland
“Fabrication and characterization of ultra-thin films of thermoresponsive, nanostructured sugar-polyolefin amphiphilic conjugates”
8:55am, Bourbon – Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans
Division: Polymeric Materials: Science & Eng

Robert Brinson, NIST
“Establishing a pathway for robust implementation of higher order structure assessment of monoclonal antibodies therapeutics by 2D-NMR”
9:30am, Pelican I/II – InterContinental New Orleans
Division: Biochemical Technology

Geoffrey Bowers, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
“Getting the lead out: The unusual carbonation chemistry of a Pb-smectite in contact with wet supercritical carbon dioxide”
11:10am, 339 – Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Division: Geochemistry

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