Come and join us at NERM 2010 for these symposia. A full technical program and an overview of the technical program are now available, as well as a list of invited speakers. The posters will all be exhibited at the opening reception, poster session and recruitment fair.
- Analytical chemistry (oral & poster), organized by Prof. Ewa Pater, SUNY Plattsburgh.
- Environmental chemistry (oral & poster), organized by Prof. Ning Gao, St. Lawrence University, and Prof. Anthony Molinero, SUNY Potsdam.
- Inorganic chemistry (oral & poster), organized by Prof. Matthew Maye, Syracuse University.
- Organic chemistry (oral & poster), organized by Prof. Steven T. Diver, SUNY Buffalo, and Prof. Fehmi Damkaci, SUNY Oswego.
- Physical chemistry (oral & poster), organized by Prof. Nikolay Dimitrov, SUNY Binghamton.
- General papers (oral) covering other topics, organized by Prof. Matthew Skeels, St. Lawrence University.
- General posters covering other topics, organized by Prof. Clifford Rossiter, SUNY Potsdam, and Prof. Anthony Molinero, SUNY Potsdam.
- Undergraduate and graduate student poster session, organized by Dr. Silvana Andreescu and Dr. Andrea Ferro, both of Clarkson University.
- Smart polymer materials & hybrid systems, organized by Prof. Sergiy Minko, Clarkson University.
- Novel materials and nanomaterials for energy conversion, organized by Prof. Oumarou Savadogo, École Polytechnique de Montréal.
- Nanotechnology & the environment, organized by Prof. Dan Goia and Prof. Suresh Dhaniyala, Clarkson University.
- Analytical chemistry for emerging contaminants in the environment, organized by Prof. Diana S. Aga, SUNY Buffalo.
- New trends in chromatography, organized by Dr. Yong Guo, Johnson & Johnson, Raritan, NJ.
- Nanotechnology: Emerging analytical/bioanalytical & medical applications, organized by Prof. Chuan-Jian Zhong, SUNY Binghamton.
- Bioelectronics and biosensors, organized by Prof. Evgeny Katz, Clarkson University.
- Scanning probe microscopy in modern nanotechnology, organized by Prof. Igor Sokolov, Clarkson University.
- Metals in living systems, organized by Prof. Wolff M. Kirsch, MD, School of Medicine, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA.
- Metal ions and metalloproteins, organized by Prof. Fadi Bou-Abdallah, SUNY Potsdam
- Metal ion complexes in biological imaging, organized by Prof. Janet Morrow, SUNY Buffalo.
- Oxidative stress and antioxidants: diagnosis and therapy, organized by Prof. Silvana Andreescu, Clarkson University.
- Biology and physiology of stem cells in the CNS, organized by Prof. Margot Mayer-Pröschel, University of Rochester.
- Detection of protein biomarkers for medical applications, organized by Prof. Jim Rusling, University of Connecticut.
- Biochemistry and biophysics of proteins and membranes, organized by Prof. Edward Moczydlowski, Clarkson University
- Organometallics and main group chemistry, organized by Prof. James Spencer, Syracuse University
- Synthetic organic chemistry: the next generation, organized by Prof. Hélène Lebel, University of Montreal
- Cope Scholar Symposium honoring John A. Porco, Jr., organized by Prof. Corey Stephenson, Boston University.
- Metals in organic synthesis, organized by Prof. Steven T. Diver, SUNY Buffalo.
- Green chemistry in industry for a sustainable world, organized by Dr. Berkeley "Buzz" Cue, BWC Pharma Consulting, LLC & the Green Chemistry Institute Pharmaceutical Roundtable.
- The chemistry of natural products, organized by Prof. José L. Giner, SUNY-ESF
- Biofuel combustion for residential and commercial space heating, organized by Prof. Philip Hopke, Clarkson University and Ellen Burkhard, Ph.D, NYSERDA.
- Chemistry and the war against cancer, organized by Dr. Vinay Likhite, Baroda Cancer Research
- Drug development and design, organized by Dr. Jason Herr, Albany Molecular
- Chemical Education in the Northeast: looking back and projecting forward, organized by Prof. Julianne Smist, Springfield College.
- K-12 education, organized by Dr. Dana Barry, Clarkson University. This Saturday session is especially suitable for high school chemistry teachers.