Division of Chemical Information: Call for Papers

Submission Deadline: Monday, November 7, 2016

Program Chair(s): Elsa Alvaro

Note: Submission deadlines are at 11:59 EST on the day posted. Symposia, organizers and deadlines are subject to change. Last updated September 22, 2017.

Title    Type    Submission Type Organizer Cosponsor Description
Advanced Materials: Issues in Nanoinformatics & Nanosafety Data Oral
    Advances in Data Visualization Oral
      Advances in High-Throughput Screening Oral
      • COMP
      • MEDI
      Virtual screening/high-throughput screening is widely used computational technique in the early stag...
      Assessment of Chemistry Collections & Services Oral
        Over the last decade, we have seen many changes in how research libraries are approaching chemical i...
        Careers in Chemical Information Oral
          This symposium will introduce students and colleagues to a variety of chemical information careers a...
          CINF Scholarships for Scientific Excellence: Student Poster Competition Poster
            The international scholarship program of the Division of Chemical Information (CINF) of the American...
            General Papers Oral
              Materials Informatics & Computational Modeling Oral
              • COMP
              • POLY
              Novel materials and their varied uses as catalysts, composites, and drug delivery media are driving ...
              Open Access: Current Landscape, Challenges & Future Directions Oral
                Evolving at a rapid rate, open access (OA) is changing the landscape of scholarly communication. Sta...
                Public-Private Partnerships: Fostering Drug Discovery & Data Sharing Oral
                • COMP
                As pharmaceutical research and development costs have dramatically increased, with fewer novel leads...
                Sci-Mix Poster
                  Text-Mining & Natural Language Processing for Chemical Information: From Documents to Knowledge Oral
                    Free-form text such as literature, patents, and presentations (to name just a few sources) can have ...
                    Textbooks & the Practice of Science: Before, During & After Gutenberg Oral
                    • CHED
                    Human transmission of knowledge has evolved from oral and pictorial, to printed, to digital modes of...
                    The Write Thing to Do: Ethical Considerations in Authorship & the Assignment of Credit Oral
                    • CHED
                    • CPRM
                    Scientific reputations are built on recognition awarded for research advances; as a result, it is im...