Conferee Networking

 

Call for Topics

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to host a Pittcon 2015 Conferee Networking Session!

If you have an idea for a Conferee Networking Session, we want to hear from you. Submit your idea to us by August 31, 2014.


The Conferee Networking Committee is especially interested in proposed sessions on:

  • Particular instrumentation/technique/cohort discussion group (i.e., LC-MS users group, educators discussion group, lab managers discussion group, etc.)
  • “Hot topics” in analytical chemistry (i.e., lab on a chip, social media in analytical chemistry, analytical support for oil/gas drilling, etc.)
  • In-demand areas such as pharmaceuticals, environmental, energy/fuels, nanotechnology, and food science.

 

How to Submit a Topic

1Complete the online form (link below) to submit your idea for a topic that you would like to discuss. The deadline to submit a topic is August 31, 2014.

 

2Pittcon committee members will select a number of topics from all the submitted ideas. Each selected topic will be allotted a two-hour onsite networking session.

 

3Once the selections are made, you will be notified by email with the details of the time and room number.

 
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact program@pittcon.org.

What is Conferee Networking?

These two-hour sessions provide a unique networking opportunity for attendees with similar interests to meet and resolve problems, discuss new techniques, or brainstorm new ideas in an informal setting.

All networking sessions are included in the cost of a Pittcon 2015 registration, and there is no need to sign up in advance. Conferees will be able to network with other colleagues working on similar problems in their field of interest.


What are the benefits of Conferee Networking?

  • Increase awareness of a specific topic or issue
  • Find solutions to a problem or brainstorm for new ideas
  • Network with your peers

 

Wallace Coulter Lecture
Pittcon is pleased to announce that Naomi J. Halas will be the Wallace H. Coulter Lecture speaker for Pittcon 2015