Monday, October 23, 2017

#scicomm panel and discussion at #f17mrs

How to Use Social Media for Connecting with Colleagues and the Press

Tuesday, November 28
8:00 am – 11:00 am 
Hynes, Level 2, The Hub Stage—Hall D

This panel will discuss how materials researchers can leverage social media as a networking tool as well as a way to promote their work through the press.



Moderator

Christopher IncarvitoChristopher D. Incarvito
Yale University
@cincarvito

Christopher D. Incarvito has served as Director of Research Operations
and Technology at Yale University's West Campus since 2011. In this
role he leads development of research, faculty recruitment, campus
expansion, sustainability, and has executive oversight for communications
and the Yale Landscape Laboratory. He is responsible for the quality and creation of new research
programming and facilities through collaborative work with faculty, directors, deans, department chairs
and other university leadership. He spearheads an ambitious program of laboratory modernization across
West Campus, delivering a significant expansion of Yale’s science and engineering capacity. He manages
strategic capital investments, deployment of high-value shared research instrumentation laboratories, and
has built successful collaborations with global scientific research organizations. Incarvito earned a PhD degree
in inorganic chemistry from the University of Delaware in 2002. His research interests include the application of
orthogonal analytical instrumentation to complex chemical and biological problems with a focus on x-ray based
techniques. He is an expert in the field of x-ray crystallography and has been recognized with co-authorship of 
more than 150 peer-reviewed publications. He serves on a number of university-wide committees and is a member
of the university’s Staff Leadership Council.

Speakers

Matt GrandboisMatt Grandbois
Dow-DuPont Holding Company
@GrandboisMatt

Matt Grandbois is the Strategic Marketing Manager for the Electronics
and Imaging business of the Dow-DuPont Holding Company, where he is
 responsible for investor relations reporting for the E&I segment and
focuses on developing new technologies and solutions to the electronics
industry. Grandbois is a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Younger Chemist Committee
and is the current Chair of the ACS Division of the Professional Relations Younger Chemist Subdivision.
In these roles, he develops programming at national ACS Meetings aimed at developing professional
skills for young scientists. He has been developing trainings and programs to further improve the
communication skills of scientists while he was part of the University of Minnesota Chemistry Department
Graduate Student Workshop Committee that further spread to his leadership within Dow’s internal early
career scientist development committee. Grandbois has a BA  degree (2004) in chemistry and music performance
from Augustana College and a PhD  degree (2010) in chemistry from the University of Minnesota. He was a 2008
Fulbright Scholar to Norway, where he studied the relationship between technology and society at the Norwegian
University of Science and Technology.

Ken HaenenKen Haenen
Hasselt University  and IMEC vzw
@KenHaenen

Ken Haenen is Professor and Chair of the Department of Physics,
and Director of the Doctoral School of Sciences and Technology at
 Hasselt University, where he obtained his PhD degree in physics in
2002. He is also a guest professor at IMEC. His research interests
focus on CVD diamond, including its deposition, optoelectronic characterization, surface
functionalization, and diamond-based devices, as part of a broader scope on carbon materials
for energy harvesting and conversion. He is a 2017 volume organizer for MRS Bulletin and
Editor-in-Chief of Diamond and Related Materials. Haenen is involved in the organization of
several leading international diamond and nanocarbon conferences, including the International
Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials (Chair), Hasselt Diamond Workshop (Co-chair),
and New Diamond and Nano Carbons (Executive Committee); he organized MRS symposia on
carbon functional interfaces at the 2011 and 2013 MRS Spring Meetings; and he served as a Meeting Chair of the 2015 MRS Spring Meeting.

Jennifer MaclachlanJennifer L. Maclachlan
PID Analyzers, LLC
@pidgirl

As a co-owner and sales manager of PID Analyzers, LLC, Jennifer L.
Maclachlan is responsible for managing relationships with distributors
and key clients as well as the web-based marketing, social, and digital
 media initiatives, of which she was an early adopter. Maclachlan is
the Chair of the American Chemical Society (ACS) National Committee on Public Relations
and Communications (CPRC) and Chair of the ACS Multidisciplinary Program Planning Group
(MPPG), which is responsible for determining themes and selecting theme leaders for the
ACS National Meetings. She is a founder of the Cape Cod Science Café, which she started in 2011, with support from the Northeastern Section of the ACS (NESACS) and an International Year of Chemistry (IYC2011) mini-grant.
This program has continued to gain popularity and the 21st Cape Cod Science Café will take
place on March 3, 2018, within  a large public outreach event, STEM Journey, of which she
is a founding member and organizer. STEM Journey is an award-winning K–12 annual public
outreach, daylong event with collaborative efforts from the ACS Local Section (NESACS), the
Cape and Islands Boy Scouts, Sandwich STEM Academy, and PID Analyzers, LLC.
Maclachlan is the Chair of the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s Task Force on
Safety Matters, and is currently piloting the Safety Matters training program for young workers
in her local community of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. In September 2017, Maclachlan
contributed a book chapter to Communicating Chemistry Through Social Media, ACS Books
Publishing.

Judy MeiksinJudy Meiksin
Materials Research Society
@Judy_Meiksin

Judy Meiksin is News Editor for the Materials Research Society,
where she is responsible for generating content for news and features
 for MRS Bulletin, the Materials360® Newsletter, and Meeting Scene®.
She has taught writing for over 20 years, including courses at the
University of Pittsburgh and the School of the Carnegie as well as invited workshops, most
recently at the College of William and Mary and at the Center for Study of Science,
Technology & Policy (Bangalore). She has her BA degree (1983) from Carnegie
Mellon University and MFA degree (1989) from the University of Pittsburgh, both in Writing.

Rahim MunirRahim Munir
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
@rahim_munir1

Rahim Munir is a doctoral candidate at King Abdullah University of
Science and Technology (KAUST) and affiliated with the KAUST
Solar Center (KSC), where he works on understanding the
structure-properties-performance relationship for perovskite
solar cells. He completed his MSc degree from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science
and Technology (KAIST). He leads a team of scientists from KAUST to perform x-ray based
experiments at Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS). Munir is an active
member of the Materials Research Society (MRS) and played major leading roles in the
MRS-KAUST Student Chapter. He publishes articles on his personal blog and is a volunteer
science writer for MRS Bulletin. He has given several invited talks about leadership and
communication skills and has encouraged students of Saudi universities to pursue science
and engineering as their career. Recently, he organized the “Academic Writing” symposia
during the 2016 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston. In his free time, he enjoys reading Oriental
philosophy.

Jo SkeltonJo Skelton
Cambridge University Press 
@CambridgeCore

Jo Skelton has been a part of the Academic Marketing team at
Cambridge University Press (CUP) for the past nine years. In her
current capacity as Society Marketing Manager, she heads a team
of marketing executives developing innovative marketing strategies
for a number of society journals, which includes the Materials Research Society publications.
During her time at CUP, Skelton has spearheaded a number of key projects including the
creation and continued development of the Cambridge Core blog and the adoption of the
social media management tool Hootsuite, which is now used throughout the Press. Skelton
has particular interest in the fields of web analytics, social media and data-driven marketing
insights.

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