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Pacifichem 2015 - Call for Symposium Submissions

The 2015 International Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem) will take place in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, December 15-20, 2015.

The Canadian Society for Chemistry (CSC), a Founding Society of Pacifichem invites you to submit a symposium proposal in the first round, which opens January 1, 2013 and closes April 1, 2013. Canada had its strongest showing ever at Pacifichem 2010; we encourage Canadian chemical scientists and engineers to once again show our strengths at what many consider to be the premier global scientific congress.

The CSC is represented on the Pacifichem 2015 Organizing Committee by Professor Cathleen Crudden, Queen's University / CSC President (2012-2013) / Pacifichem 2015 Communications and Protocol Committee, Professor Steven Holdcroft, Simon Fraser University / Pacifichem 2015 Vice-Chairman / Scientific Program Committee Chair and Roland Andersson, Chemical Institute of Canada / Pacifichem 2015 Finance Committee.

The Call for Symposium Submissions instructions are at:
http://www.pacifichem.org/technical-...al-submission/

The Pacifichem 2015 Theme

The theme of Pacifichem 2015 is Chemical Networking: Building Bridges Across the Pacific, emphasizing the collaborative nature of chemistry as a multidisciplinary science and the opportunities to network with Pan-Pacific research groups at the Pacifichem meetings.

Collaborations in Chemistry
In keeping with the theme, Pacifichem 2015 welcomes proposals focusing on collaborations in chemistry. Symposia showcasing various aspects of collaboration across different geographic regions or between different sectors of chemical research (industry, academia, research institutes, government laboratories) are welcome, as are symposia focusing on partnerships between traditional industries and contract research organizations (CROs) or contract manufacturing organizations (CMO's). Other collaborative arrangements of interest include precompetitive industrial collaborations on enabling chemical technologies, new technologies and new strategies for facilitating effective collaborations across multiple time zones, and managing intellectual property and licensing.

Industry in Chemistry
In recognizing the increasing importance of pan-Pacific collaborations in the chemical industry, Pacifichem 2015 welcomes symposia proposals related to Industry in Chemistry. Topics of potential interest include emerging challenges in the chemical industry, entrepreneurship and job creation in chemistry, translating chemical research discoveries into new commercial products, IP concerns in chemistry, optimization of chemistry workflows, use of six sigma and lean manufacturing practices in the chemical industry, disruptive chemical technologies, platform technologies in chemistry, leadership in the chemical industry, management in the chemical industry, talent acquisition training in the chemical industry, etc.

Cathleen Crudden, President, Canadian Society for Chemistry
Steven Holdcroft, Pacifichem 2015 Vice-Chairman & Technical Program Committee Chair
Roland Andersson, Executive Director, Chemical Institute of Canada



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