Division of Cellulose and Renewable Materials: Call for Papers

Submission Deadline: Monday, October 29, 2018

Program Chair(s): Wim Thielemans, Glenn Larkin

Note: Submission deadlines are at 11:59 EST on the day posted. Symposia, organizers and deadlines are subject to change. Last updated November 15, 2018.

Title    Type    Submission Type Organizer Cosponsor Description
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Symposium Oral Invited
    Additive Manufacturing of Bio-based and Renewable Materials Oral Contributed
      Advanced Chemistry of "Non-Traditional" Polysaccharides Oral Contributed
        Advances in Renewable Materials Oral Contributed
          Bio-based Gels and Porous Materials Oral Contributed
            Bio-based Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage Applications Oral Contributed
              Bioactive Delivery: Frontiers in Biomaterials Oral Contributed
                Engineered Lignocellulosic Materials and Multiphase Systems: Anselme Payen Award Symposium in Honor of Orlando Rojas Oral Invited
                  Failed Brilliance in Nanocellulose Science and Technology Oral Invited
                    Fluorescence Techniques Applied to Lignocellulose Characterization Oral Contributed
                      General Poster Poster Contributed
                        Hemp Processing: From Weed to Values Oral Contributed
                          Interplay of Cellulose and Other Biopolymers in Biological & Designed Materials Systems Oral Contributed
                            Ionic Liquids Processing of Polysaccharides Oral Contributed
                              Nanocellulose from fundamentals to function Oral Contributed
                                New Horizons: Early Career Researchers in Renewable Materials (honoring the Kingfa & PhD Student Prize Winners) Oral Invited
                                  Understanding Cellulose Crystallinity and non-Crystalline aggregated states of Cellulose Oral Contributed
                                    Valorization of Renewable Resources and Residuals into New Materials and Multiphase Systems Oral Contributed
                                      Wood Based Polymers - from Functional Structures to Applications Oral Contributed