[an error occurred while processing this directive]
From firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Sep 23 08:49:00 EDT 1996
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 96 7:52:14 EDT
From: George R Famini <email@example.com>
Subject: 97.09.07 ACS Las Vegas
American Chemical Society
Computers in Chemistry Division
Las Vegas Meeting, September 7-11, 1997
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
American Chemical Society
Computers in Chemistry Division (COMP)
"Internet for the Practicing Chemist"
214th National American Chemical Society Meeting
Las Vegas, NV, September 7-11, 1997
Division of Computers in Chemistry (COMP) of the American Chemical Society
cordially invites you to present a paper at the symposium "Internet for the
Practicing Chemist" to be held at the National ACS Meeting in Las Vegas,
Sept. 7-11, 1997. ABSTRACT MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE APRIL 18, 1997.
The scope of the symposium is broadly defined as "Use of Internet in Chemistry"
and possible topics include (listed here without any priority in mind):
Internet in education and distance learning, legal and business aspects of
the Internet, standards and applications for publishing and presenting
VRML, etc., etc.), tools for conferences and collaboration over the Internet,
managing information resources on the Internet, research uses of the Internet,
and studies on the impact of Internet in chemistry. Please indicate how much
time should be allocated for your presentation, and what special equipment
you may require. I would like to encourage authors to prepare material
for their presentation in Web form. The details of depositing this material
will be provided to the authors at a later date.
The abstracts should be submitted on the original abstract form (please
submit 4 copies). You can obtain this form electronically (an MS-WORD template)
http://www.acs.org/meetings/abstract/abinfo.html or request the hardcopy
from ACS via e-mail (
firstname.lastname@example.org) or Web
http://www.acs.org/meetings/abstract/abrqst.html). You can also submit abstracts
via a Web form directly to me:
http://www.ccl.net/ccl/acs-abstract.html. If nothing works,
I may try to retype a few abstracts (Max. 150 Words!!!) on the original
form if I get them early enough and in an electronic form (plain text) via
Include all additional information requested on the form, i.e., names and
addresses of all coauthors, presenting author phone, FAX, and e-mail, and
ACS Division membership.
The COMP Division does not provide financial support for travel expenses for
speakers. However, if you have some prospective sponsors, they will get
due credit and acknowledgment during the symposium, their support will
be acknowledged in the Web site resulting from the symposium, and I will be
more than willing to write a solicitation letter as a Session Chairman
to the prospective sponsor. Please contact me if such an opportunity exists
in your case.
Jan K. Labanowski, Ph.D.
Ohio Supercomputer Center
1224 Kinnear Rd
Columbus, OH 43212
e-mail: <A HREF="email@example.com"><code>firstname.lastname@example.org</code></A><br>
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS -- Electronic Notebooks
From email@example.com Wed Apr 9 02:44 EDT 1997
Received: from venus.star.net for firstname.lastname@example.org
by www.ccl.net (8.8.3/950822.1) id CAA16749; Wed, 9 Apr 1997 02:44:12 -0400 (EDT)
Received: from lysa (lysa.teamscience.com [126.96.36.199]) by venus.star.net (8.8.5/8.7.3) with SMTP id BAA24256; Wed, 9 Apr 1997 01:38:28 -0500
X-Mailer: Windows Eudora Pro Version 3.0 (32)
Date: Wed, 09 Apr 1997 03:04:31 -0400
From: "Rich Lysakowski, Ph.D." <email@example.com>
Subject: Call for Papers - ACS Symposium on "Electronic Notebooks,
Collaborative Computing and Internets/Intranets in Science" - the
deadline is approaching
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
The 7th International Symposium on "Electronic Notebooks, Collaborative
Computing and Internets/Intranets in Science" will be at the ACS Meeting
in Las Vegas.
THE DEADLINE IS APPROACHING FAST (APRIL 15TH - One week away!!)
A few days extension may be possible.
If you are doing interesting things with electronic notebooks, groupware,
document management, the world wide web or Intranets, or collaborative
computing, or LIMS in R&D and scientific applications that you would like
to share with other scientists, information specialists, or other
professionals working in lab automation, chemical or bioinformatics,
intellectual property protection, or related fields...
PLEASE SUBMIT A PAPER!
ATTACHED IS THE ABSTRACT FORM! [UUENCODED MS-Word for Windows V6.0 template]
GENERAL INFORMATION - About the 214th ACS National Meeting
The 214th ACS national meeting in Las Vegas will be held September 7-11.
The program will appear on this site in addition to the June 2 and August
4, 1997 issues of Chemical and Engineering News. Information on the Las
Vegas meeting will be posted as it becomes available.
American Chemical Society Meetings Department
1155 Sixteenth Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036 USA
Phone: (202) 872-4396
Fax: (202) 872-6128
IF YOU WANT TO PRESENT A PAPER AT THE SYMPOSIUM
Download the abstract form either from the ACS website at:
See this next ACS Web link if you don't know how to fill out one of these
DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS
The deadline for abstracts is April 15th.
PLEASE SEND COPIES OF YOUR ABSTRACT AS A FILE ATTACHMENT TO:
Rich Lysakowski at "firstname.lastname@example.org" [Symposium Chairman]
Charlie Gragg at "email@example.com" [ACS CINF Division Chairman]
HISTORY OF THE SYMPOSIUM SERIES
In 1992 Steve Schmidt and Rich Lysakowski committed to host a series of
symposia at various international venues to catalyze the creation and
acceptance of electronic notebooks and related systems in science. We
decided a dozen symposia held over a ten-year period would suffice to "make
it happen." We've had six symposia so far and we are most of the way there
Program Chair: George R. Famini, U.S. Army Edgewood
Research, Development and Engineering Center, SCBRD-ASI,
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010; Voice: (410)671-2552; Fax:
(410)671-5373; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Four (4) copies of 150-word abstract (Original on ACS Abstract
Form) are due by April 19, 1997 to respective session or
Computational Tools for Rational Drug Design - Dr.
Abby Parrill, Chemistry Department, Artificial
Intelligence in Chemistry Laboratory, The University of
Arizona, email: email@example.com, and
Dr. M. Rami Reddy, Gensia Inc., 9390 Towne Centre
Drive, SanDiego, CA 92121; voice: (619)-622-3851; fax:
(619)-622-4184; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Combined Quantum Mechanical/Molecular
Mechanical Methods - Dr. Jiali Gao, Department of
Chemistry, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, email:
email@example.com; Mark A. Thompson,
Molecular Science Research Center,Pacific Northwest
Laboratory, PO Box 999, Mail Stop K1-96 Richland, WA.,
99352 , voice: 509-375-6734 FAX : 509-375-6631;email:
Structure Based Drug Design: Chemistry and
Biology - Dr. Tomi Sawyer, Parke Davis Pharmaceutical
Research, 2800 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105,
phone (313)998-2811; fax: (313)998-2782; email:
New Methods in Computational Chemistry - Dr.
Herschel Weintraub, RW Johnson Co. 1000 Route
202,Raritan, NJ 08869; phone: (908)704-5835; fax:
(908)725-4264; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multidimensional Data Visualization - Dr. Frank K.
Brown, Oxford Molecular Group, Chapel Hill, NC 27516;
Voice: (919)-968-8815; Fax: (919)962-6401; email:
Solvation Models: Applications and Theory - Dr.
John McKelvey, Research Labs, Eastman-Kodak Co.,
Rochester, NY, 14650; Voice: (716)477-3335; email:
Internet for the Practicing Chemist - Dr. Jan
Labonowski, Ohio Supercomputer Center, 1224 Kinnear
Rd, Columbus, OH 43212; Phone: 614-292-9279; FAX:
614-292-7168; e-mail: email@example.com.
Electrostatic Effects in Chemistry - Dr. Donald
Truhlar, Department of Chemistry, University of
Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455; phone: (612)624-
7555; fax: (612)624-9390; email: firstname.lastname@example.org:
Dr. Christopher Cramer, Department of Chemistry,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455; phone:
(612) (612)624-0859; fax: (612)626-9390; email:
General Computational Chemistry - Poster and/or
Oral Sessions and Electronic Posters- Dr. George R.
Famini, US Army Edgewood Research, Development and
Engineering Center, SCBRD-ASI, APG, MD 21010; voice:
410)671-2552; Fax: (410)671-2014; email:
>From email@example.com Thu Mar 20 21:35 EST 1997
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 1997 21:48:00 -0500
From: Chunshan Song <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Call for Papers - Sym Catal Fuel Proc & Environ Protect
Dear Colleagues in Catalysis and Fuels Research:
American Chemical Society (ACS) is organizing a Symposium on Catalysis in
Processing and Environmental Protection to be held at the 214th ACS
National Meeting in Las Vegas, NV, during September 7-11, 1997. This
symposium is being co-sponsored by three ACS Divisions: Petroleum
Chemistry, Fuel Chemistry, and Environmental Chemistry Divisions.
The organizing committee would like to invite you to contribute a paper
related to catalytic fuel processing and/or environmental protections. We
hope that with your participation and contribution, this symposium will
foster the advances in fundamental understanding and practical applications
of catalytic fuel processing and environmental catalysis.
The due dates for abstracts and preprints are April 21, and May 9,
respectively. More information on the topics and submission is given in the
Please contact one of the following organizers should you have any
questions. Our e-mail, fax, & tel numbers are given in the attached call
for papers. We look forward to hearing from you.
Fuel Science Program, Penn State University
Dept of Chem Eng, University of Delaware
Borger Refinery Technical Center, Philips Petroleum Company
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
ACS abstract forms can be requested either from ACS Meetings Service, or
from one of the co-chairs at the address below:
Symposium on Catalysis in Fuel Processing and Environmental Protection
Las Vegas, NV, September 7-11, 1997
Sponsored by American Chemical Society, Divisions of Petroleum Chemistry,
Fuel Chemistry, and Environmental Chemistry; as a Part of 214th ACS
National Meeting in Las Vegas
This symposium focuses on 1) advances in catalysis and processes for
making clean fuels and transportation fuels, and 2) catalysis and processes
for environmental protection related to fuel conversion and utilization.
Suggested topics for catalytic fuel processing include, but are not limited to:
a) catalysis, reaction chemistry, kinetics and modeling for fuel processing
b) catalysts, reactions and catalytic processes for reformulated fuels
c) catalytic upgrading of heavy oils and residual oils
d) catalytic reactions and processes for synthetic fuels
e) catalytic conversion and coprocessing of coals and other solid fossil fuels
f) computer simulation of catalysis and process for fuel conversion and
Suggested topics for environmental protection include, but are not limited to:
a) removal of sulfur and aromatics from gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel
b) new approaches for deep desulfurization and deep hydrogenation
c) reduction of NOx, SOx, and VOCs from flue gases and auto emissions
d) conversion and utilization of carbon dioxide and methane
e) other environmental issues related to fuel processing and utilization
Abstracts (4 copies, with original on ACS abstract form) are due by April
Please contact the organizers if you need the original ACS abstract form.
Preprints (4 hard copies on 8 1/2" x 11" sheets, and a soft copy on a
computer disk) are due by May 9, 1997.
Instruction for Authors will be provided to those who intend to submit a
Publication of Preprint Papers:
The papers to be presented at this symposium will be preprinted in ACS
Division of Petroleum Chemistry Preprints Volume 42, No. 3/4, 1997.
Publication of Full Papers:
The authors are encouraged, but not required, to submit three (3) copies of
full manuscripts for peer review after the ACS symposium, by October 1,
Full manuscripts of selected papers that pass through the peer review will
be published in a special issue of the international journal Catalysis
Today in 1998.
Registration and Hotel Information:
Since this symposium is a part of the ACS National Meeting in Las Vegas,
the registration and housing information will be made available from ACS
Headquarters and sent to all ACS members in the due course.
We will send such information to contributing authors when it becomes
Inquires or letter of intent to present paper, and the submission of
abstracts and preprint papers should be directed to one of the following
Dr. Chunshan Song, Fuel Science Program, Pennsylvania State University,
209 Academic Projects Bldg., Univ. Park, PA 16802-2303, USA, phone:
1-814-863-4466; fax: 1-814-865-3075; E-mail: email@example.com
Dr. Michael T. Klein, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of
Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA, Tel: 302-831-8155; Fax: 302-831-1048;
Dr. Byron Johnson, Phillips Petroleum Borger Refinery, 212 Technical
Center, Borger, TX 79008, Tel: 806-275-1351; Fax: 806-275-1346
Dr. John G. Reynolds, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Heavy Crude
Oil Processing, P.O. Box 808, L-365, Livermore, CA 94551-9900, USA, Tel:
510-422-6028; Fax: 510-423-4289; E-mail:
Fuel Science Program & Lab for Hydrocarbon Proc Chem
Pennsylvania State University
209 Academic Projects Bldg
Univ Park, PA 16802-2303, USA
Tel: 814-863-4466 / Fax: 814-865-3075