Wednesday, September 21, 2011

@pidgirl's #pittcon '12 Technical Program at-a-glance


03/11/2012: Sunday Afternoon before the Plenary Lecture: 1:30pm-3:30pm A Conferee Networking Session addressing the question How can the modern analytical chemist overcome the barriers of new method introduction? Click here for session info.
Then head on down the hall for the Plenary Lecture to listen to  
R. Graham Cooks Henry B. Hass Distinguished Professor–Analytical Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
Purdue University
Title: Ambient Ionization and Mini Mass Spectrometers: In situ MS for Everyone Time: 4:30 p.m. Location: Chapin Theater, Orange County Convention Center

Don't leave the Convention Center after the lecture-there's more fun to be had at the best kept secret for those interested in kicked back socializing and major technology discussions. The hors d'oeuvres, beer/wine and mellow music  create the casual ambiance and the Sunday evening poster presenters take it from there. 

Our 3 Sunday evening posters are:
 

Analysis of volatile and semivolatile VOC's in waste oils  
Click here for abstract.


Inexpensive Wireless Sensor Package for PPB Monitoring of Photochemical Smog Components VOC'S, O3, NO2 and Sunlight 

Click here for abstract.

 

Indoor Air Pollutant Monitoring in Classrooms & Laboratories (VOC’s, CO, CO2, & ventilation Rates) 

Click here for abstract. 

Monday afternoon: American Chemical Society Analytical Division Poster Session:


Advantages of a Hyphenated PID/MS Combination for GC Applications

Click here for abstract

 


Utilizing social media to continue the International Year of Chemistry mission beyond 2012 

Click here for abstract

The mission of the International Year of Chemistry is "to celebrate the achievements of chemistry and its contributions to the well-being of humankind". Social media played an integral role in promoting the IYC; via IYC website,ACS Network, Facebook, Twitter, Linked-In and blogging enabling worldwide participation and sharing.
Chemistry Outreach on Cape Cod during #IYC2011




 Tuesday morning 8:30am-10:30am another networking opportunity for all you Chemistry Ambassadors out there: 
 




How can we sustain our chemistry outreach beyond the International Year of Chemistry? Click here for abstract.

 











Wednesday Afternoon oral session:

 Rapid Separations on a Portable GC with Resistively Heated Columns   

Click here for abstract  

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