- 68 days
Fall National Meeting
Atlanta, Georgia

4th CME NASA Symposium

Resiliency of Science Propels Leadership in Space Exploration

Principal Sponsor: POLY

2021. 08. 23-24

Only Fall National Meeting Registrants can join this event. Register here for the free Reception.

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Featuring
8/24 CME Lectures

Ben Feringa

University of Groningen

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry

Robert Grubbs

Caltech

Nobel Laureate in Chemistry

8/23 PMSE's ACS Outstanding Student Awards Founded by CME

Austin Evans

Northwestern University

Honoree: ACS Outstanding USA Student, Polymer Science

Qi Zhang

University of Groningen

Honoree: ACS Outstanding Int'l Student, Polymer Science

Abstract

This 2-day symposium is organized by CME and NASA under the sponsorship of the Polymer Chemistry Division (POLY) as part of the 5-day 2021 Fall National Meeting at the Convention Center of Atlanta with typical past attendance of 15,000. Over 2,300 STEM professionals and students have attended past CME NASA Symposiums.

The CME NASA STEM Symposiums focus on bringing together industry, academia, government and the public to enlarge and enhance the global STEM talent pool. It will feature the resiliency of science cutting-edge developments in chemical sciences to advance human space travel and translate them into new knowledge to improve the lives of people and make their dreams a reality. Two days packed with inspirational research, industry, jobs and new STEM career paths.

8/23 NASA Day Schedule

Location

Atlanta

Event times (ET)

8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Morning Session

1:00 - 4:30 pm
Afternoon Session

Event fees

Register for the Fall National Meeting at ACS.org

8/24 Industry Day Schedule

Location

Atlanta

Event times (ET)

8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Morning Session

1:00 - 4:30 pm
Afternoon Lectures

Event fees

Register for the Fall National Meeting at ACS.org

Student & Mentor
Awards

Co-organized by PMSE, and conceived and sponsored exclusively by CME, the original annual ACS Global Outstanding Student and Mentor Awards in Polymer Science and Engineering offers two student cash prizes of $7,500 each. The selection committee is conformed by the following eminent researches:

Professor Bert Meijer, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
Professor Takuzo Aida, Tokyo University, Japan
Professor Sarah Heishorn, Standford University, USA
Professor LaShanda Korley, University of Delaware, USA
Dr. Qinghuang Lin, Lam Research, USA

For information on nominations, go to: https://pmsedivision.org/global-outstanding-student-award/

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