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Important! Room change notifications for ANYL programming at #ACSsanfran

Dear symposium organizers/presiders:

Please note that the locations of some of the ANYL symposia will be changed, starting today.  We hope that these rooms will be better suited to the number of session attendees.  These changes will be pushed to the ACS meeting app, and signage at the Hilton will also be updated.  Staff will also be available to direct attendees to the correct room.  Specific changes are indicated below.  Thanks for your patience and understanding.

Best regards,
Karen

The following rooms will be moving:
Union Square 17 & 18 will be moving to Imperial Ballroom A – Tuesday – Thursday
Union Square 19 & 20 will be moving to Yosemite C – Tuesday Only
Union Square 14 will be moving to Yosemite B – Tuesday – Thursday
  

Date: Tuesday, April 4th

Date: Tuesday, April 4th

Symposium AM Session : ANYL: A - Synthesis &

Symposium PM Session : ANYL: A - Synthesis &

Characterization of Materials for

Characterization of Materials for

Energy Applications:

Energy Applications: Novel

Fundamental & Molecular for

Architectures, Materials &

Advanced Energy Materials

Synthetic Routes/In Operando &

Room: Union Square 14

Surface Sensitive Analysis

Moved To: Yosemite B

Room: Union Square 14

Moved To: Yosemite B

Date: Wednesday, April 5th

Date: Wednesday, April 5th

Symposium AM Session : ANYL: A - Synthesis &
Characterization of Materials for

Energy Applications: Energy

Materials/Novel Architectures,

Materials & Synthetic Routes

Symposium PM Session : 
ANYL: A - Synthesis &
Characterization of Materials for

Energy Applications: Novel

Architectures, Materials &

Snthetic Routes

Room: Union Square 14

Room: Union Square 14

Moved To: Yosemite B

Moved To: Yosemite B

Date: Thursday, April 6th

Date: Thursday, April 6th

Symposium AM Session : 
ANYL: A - Advances in Analytical
Electrochemistry

Symposium PM Session : 
ANYL: A - Advances in Analytical
Electrochemistry

Room: Union Square 14

Room: Union Square 14

Moved To: Yosemite B

Moved To: Yosemite B

Date: Tuesday, April 4th

Date: Tuesday, April 4th

Symposium AM Session : ANYL: C - Chemical Forensics: Chemometrics & Statistics for
Signature Discovery and

Exploitation

Symposium PM Session : ANYL: C - Chemical Forensics: Isotopic & Elemental Profiling for
the Source Attribution of Materials

Room: Union Square 17 & 18

Room: Union Square 17 & 18

Moved To: Imperial Ballroom A

Moved To: Imperial Ballroom A

Date: Wednesday, April 5th

Date: Wednesday, April 5th

Symposium AM Session : ANYL: C - Recent Innovations in Nano-Biosensing

Symposium PM Session : ANYL: C - Recent Innovations in Nano-Biosensing

Room: Union Square 17 & 18

Room: Union Square 17 & 18

Moved To: Imperial Ballroom A

Moved To: Imperial Ballroom A

Date: Thursday, April 6th

Date: Thursday, April 6th

Symposium AM Session : ANYL: C - Advances in Analytical Spectroscopy

Symposium PM Session : ANYL: C - Advances in Analytical Spectroscopy

Room: Union Square 17 & 18

Room: Union Square 17 & 18

Moved To: Imperial Ballroom A

Moved To: Imperial Ballroom A

Date: Tuesday, April 4th

Date: Tuesday, April 4th

Symposium AM Session : ANYL: E - Kathryn C. Hach
Award for Entrepreneurial

Success: Symposium in honor of

David R. Walt

Symposium PM Session :ANYL: E - Frank H. Field & Joe
L. Franklin Award for Outstanding

Achievement: Symposium in

Honor of Vicki H. Wysocki

Room: Union Square 19 & 20

Room: Union Square 19 & 20

Moved To: Yosemite C

Moved To: Yosemite C



Karen W. Phinney, Ph.D.
Leader, Bioanalytical Science Group
Biomolecular Measurement Division
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
100 Bureau Drive, Stop 8314
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8314

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