ACS Spring meeting
10 Reasons to Visit the Elsevier Booth (#1313), ACS Spring, Dallas
- Listen to an Elsevier Talk in areas such as Open Access, Mendeley, Promoting women scientists in the developing world and more! A FREE gift to all who attend a Talk
- Attend our Author Workshop at 9:30am Tuesday (Dallas Convention Center, Room D220)
- Gain hands-on experience at one of Reaxys' presentations
- Enter our St Patrick's Day "Treasure Hunt" Competition and have a chance to win an iPad®!
- Learn about our new Open Access Journals in Chemistry, Materials, Energy
- Meet with Elsevier publishers from various journals and receive tips on getting published
- Show your poster to the world! Upload your poster to the Elsevier Poster in my Pocket app
- Ask our experts about Open Access, Altmetrics and more
- Present your research during a 2-3 mins presentation video that we will then promote after the conference!
- Browse a selection of top books, receive discounts & meet our Editors!
ACS Spring News
7pm to 7:10pm: Poster in my Pocket App Demo / Presentation by Darren Sugrue, Senior Marketing Manager -> More information
10am to 10:10am: Work/life satisfaction in STEM careers, by David Ruth, Director of the Elsevier Foundation
11:30 am to 11:40: Open Access by Paul Carton, Publishing Director, Chemistry
2pm to 2:10pm: Promoting women scientists in the developing world by David Ruth, Director of the Elsevier Foundation
10am to 10:10am: Open Access by Paul Carton, Publishing Director, Chemistry
2pm to 2:10pm: Mendeley by William Gunn, Head of Academic Outreach, Mendeley for Chemists
Tuesday 18th March: Dallas Convention Center, Room D220
9:30am to 11:00am: How to Successfully Publish Scientific Articles
Natalie Steffen, Publisher
Prof. Thomas Strassner, Editor, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry
11:00am to 12:00pm: Strategies for staying ahead of the changes in scholarly communication
Presenter: William Gunn, Head of Academic Outreach, Mendeley
Designed to help you find essential, relevant and actionable chemical data, Reaxys provides the answers to support critical decisions in all chemistry-related research fields, including drug discovery. Reaxys is far more than a chemical database. Features created in consultation with expert chemists and researchers give you deeper insight into the data enabling more rapid and confident decisions, and cost-effective research.
Join our presentations at the booth to learn more about Reaxys and the changes coming in 2014 and to get free gifts for your participation!
Talking About Reaxys
10:15 am to 10:30 am: Introduction to Reaxys (What is Reaxys?), by Denis Reidy
11:45 am to 12:00 pm: What's new in Reaxys? (Why should I care?), by Denis Reidy
2:15 pm to 2:30 pm: Introduction to Reaxys (What is Reaxys?), by Jennifer Renak
4:05 pm to 4:20 pm: What's new in Reaxys? (Why should I care?), by Jennifer Renak
10:15 am to 10:30 am: Introduction to Reaxys (What is Reaxys?), by Trisha Babcock
11:45 am to 12:00 pm: What's new in Reaxys? (Why should I care?), by Trisha Babcock
2:15 pm to 2:30 pm: Introduction to Reaxys (What is Reaxys?), by Derrick Umali
4:05 pm to 4:20 pm: What's new in Reaxys? (Why should I care?), by Derrick Umali
St Patrick's Day "Treasure Hunt" Competition
Do you have the luck of the Irish? Enter our St. Patrick’s Day Treasure hunt and go in to a draw for an iPad!
FREE gift (e.g. microfiber cloth, laser pen) for anyone who participates!
Publisher for the portfolio of Organic and Inorganic chemistry journals such as: Carbohydrate Research, Polyhedron and Journal of Organometallic Chemistry
|Rob van Daalen
Publisher for the portfolio of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at Elsevier. Responsible for the journals such as: Chemical Physics Letters, Journal of Colloids and Interface Science
|Paul Carton, PhD
Publishing Director for Chemistry journals at Elsevier, based in London UK, and a Physical Chemist by training.
Associate Publisher for the portfolio of Analytical Chemistry and Sensors. Responsible for journals such as Analytica Chimica Acta, Biosensors and Bioelectronics as well as Trends in Analytical Chemistry.
|Stewart Bland, PhD
Editor and Publisher for Materials Today, as well as the founding editor of Materials Today: Proceedings. Stewart also oversees related Materials Today programs, such as the website, webinar series, and upcoming conference.
|Lily Khidr, PhD
Academic research scientist and a publisher for Elsevier in NY. Lily is overseeing the catalysis suite of journals, and serves as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Biological Sciences at Columbia University.
Poster in my Pocket
Are you presenting a poster at ACS Dallas? Why not upload it to the Elsevier Poster in my Pocket app? A FREE mobile app that allows conference attendees and anyone with the app to download scientific posters they find interesting directly onto their mobile and read on the go!
What do you have to do? Once your poster is finalised, submit it to the app via the website, you can then add a specific QR code to your poster before printing it. If attendees spot this and would like to read it on their phone, they just need to download the app and scan the QR code! Watch Video: www.posterinmypocket.com
Darren Sugrue, Senior Marketing Manager in Chemistry who came up with the idea for the App will give a short talk/demo on the app at the booth on Sunday , 7pm to 7:10pm.
Ask Us About Altmetrics!
We welcome your questions at anytime, but if you would like to know more about Altmetrics our expert (William Gunn, Head of Academic Outreach, Mendeley) will be at the booth on Tuesday from 3pm to 4pm.
Present your research
Lights, Camera, … Present!
Elsevier authors: Drop by between 3pm and 4pm, where you will be given the chance to highlight your research with a 2-3 min talk. Your talk will be recorded by video (with your permission) and promoted on the Elsevier Chemistry subject page, with links to your article on ScienceDirect, after the event!
About Reference Modules in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering
This Reference Module contains trusted, peer-reviewed, comprehensive content from our reference works as curated by our world-class editorial board led by Editor-in-Chief, Jan Reedijk. It is designed for faster, more relevant browsing within the subject and beyond, with topic pages for quick, clear overviews, subject hierarchies to put everything in context, and guidance to lead researchers to related knowledge.
The Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering comprises approximately 4300 articles at launch and we anticipate including new and updated articles on a regular basis.
Discover more at ACS spring 2014 and join us at Booth #1313 for a one-on-one demonstration. >> Read moreMeet our Book Acquisitions Editors
Acquisitions Editor, K.Birtcher@elsevier.com: Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and Medicinal Chemistry
Acquisitions Editor, Beth.Campbell@elsevier.com: Analytical Chemistry, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Green Chemistry
Senior Acquisitions Editor, K.Marinakis@elsevier.com: Chemical engineering
Associate Acquisitions Editor, A.Koch@elsevier.com: Chemical engineering (membranes, colloids, thermodynamics, separations, safety)