2020 NECZA – Poster Session

 

Call for Posters

This is a call for posters for the 24th North East Corridor Zeolite Association (NECZA) Annual Meeting, which will be held virtually on December 4th, 2020. If you would like to present a poster flash talk, please submit an abstract using the details provided below. Preference will be given to students and postdocs at universities in the North East Corridor.

 

Abstract requirements

-       E-mail to msarazen@princeton.edu

-       Subject line: NECZA 2020 – [1st author’s name]

-       Open to undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral researchers

-       Subject matter can be any aspect of zeolite or porous material science with broad applications

-       Use abstract template and instructions provided

-       Deadline: November 20th, 2020

 

Poster flash talk session

Accepted abstracts will be notified by November 23, 2020 to give virtual posters during the meeting. These will consist of 4-minute overviews of the following slides. The flash talks will be followed by a Q&A period for all posters in the session. The slides are due (to msarazen@princeton.edu) by December 3, 2020 at 5 PM Eastern to be combined by the moderator to minimize speaker transfer issues. Speakers will be notified of their speaking order/time in advance.

 

“Poster” requirements

-       4 powerpoint slides

o   Slide 1: Title, author list, affiliation, abstract, and any related references

o   Slide 2: Background, motivation, methods

o   Slide 3: Results I

o   Slide 4: Results II and conclusions

-       Widescreen format (16:9)

 

NECZA is very proud of this event and views it as one of the region’s premier opportunities for students and post-docs to showcase their work with local chemical industry professionals and academic colleagues. We look forward to adapting it to the virtual environment. Students and post-docs whose work is either directly or indirectly related to synthesis and characterization of zeolites and other porous materials as well as their application (e.g. catalysis, adsorption) are encouraged to submit entries. We would also like to use this virtual opportunity to share title/background slides on Twitter to our broader catalysis community. However, please notify us in the email if you do not wish any slides to be posted due to unpublished data/confidentiality, as we want to honor the tradition of discussing new data and cutting-edge research.

 

 

NECZA program and additional details can be viewed at www.necza.org.

 

Regards,

 

Michele Sarazen

Poster Session Chair, NECZA 2020

Assistant Professor, Princeton University

msarazen@princeton.edu