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The COMP News

  • COMP Newsletter Spring 2017 We've released our Spring 2017 newsletter. Read about the current COMP Awards recipients, our  undergraduate workshop, all the COMP programming at the Spring ACS, and more. Please see the attached PDF for all the latest updates!COMP Newsletter Spring 2017
    Posted by Bo-Han Su
  • On-site Technical Program PDFs - San Francisco Hello All, I have pulled and uploaded a PDF of the On-site Technical Program. Additionally, I have pulled the program information for a handful of divisions that have logical overlap with ACS COMP. Thanks, H. Lee WoodcockACS COMP Program Chair
    Posted Mar 24, 2017, 10:18 AM by Lee Woodcock
  • Spring 2017 Mentor Lunch Sign up for our traditional ACS COMP mentor lunch! If you are a postdoc or grad student attending this Spring ACS meeting in San Francisco, come to lunch Wednesday April 5th with our COMP mentors. Discuss personal growth as well as development advice and career opportunities. Spots are limited and first-come, first-serve. Sign up at ow.ly/uEiN30a56kG
    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 1:35 PM by Katrina Lexa
  • Women in COMP breakfast for postdocs at Spring ACS Are you a female post-doc attending the Spring ACS 2017 in San Francisco? COMP is offering a fantastic mentoring opportunity over breakfast Tuesday morning. Meet rockstar female COMP chemists, including Laura Gagliardi, Emily Carter, Anastassia Alexandrova, Nuria López, and Zoe Cournia, and use this opportunity to ask your burning questions about having a COMP career. See attached flyer and apply to Giulia Palermo (gpalermo -at- ucsd -dot- edu) for this unique opportunity.
    Posted Mar 14, 2017, 5:59 PM by Katrina Lexa
  • Undergraduate Poster Award Winners of Fall 2016 We saw a lot of amazing posters in COMP at ACS Philadelphia. A huge congratulations to our Undergraduate Poster award winners of the Fall 2016 ACS session! Edwin Fluck (encapsulation of sugar alcohols with foldamers)Jessica Niblo (solvent effects on the reactivity of C-amino-1-methyl-1,2,4-triazoles)Lucas VanLaar (applied HF to characterize fundamental atomic properties)Zachary Graziano (ice nucleation at mineral surfaces via MD)
    Posted Aug 27, 2016, 4:37 AM by Katrina Lexa
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