RSC Environmental Science Symposium at ACS Spring 2023

We are delighted to announce a special journal Symposium taking place at ACS Spring 2023 on Monday 27th March.

This symposium will highlight high-quality, cutting-edge research carried out by rising stars in the environmental sciences, alongside presentations from members of the Editorial Board and the recent Emerging Investigators of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Environmental Science journals – Environmental Science: Advances, Environmental Science: Atmospheres,  Environmental Science: Nano, Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts and Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.

More information about ACS Spring can be found here, in addition to information on how to register

Symposium details:

When: Monday 27th March (all-day)
Where: Room 112 (Indiana Convention Center), Indianapolis, IN, USA & Online

Speakers and talk titles:

8:30 AM Sarah Styler McMaster University, Canada
Building surfaces as mediators of the long-term air quality and health impacts of wildfire smoke events

8:50 AM Carrie McDonough Carnegie Mellon University, USA
The sum of its parts: Dosing with complex mixtures to deconstruct PFAS bioaccumulation 

9:10 AM Rawad Saleh University of Georgia, USA
Dissecting the complexity of brown carbon 

9:30 AM Elijah Schnitzler Oklahoma State University, USA
Light-absorption, hygroscopicity, and aging of biomass burning organic aerosol in the southern Great Plains 

9:50 AM Graham Gagnon Dalhousie University, Canada
Exploring decadal changes in natural organic matter quality in a browning drinking water supply using a large fluorescence dataset 

10:35 AM Rachel Scholes The University of British Columbia, Canada
Enhancing transformation of wastewater-derived trace organic contaminants in nature-based treatment systems 

10:55 AM Lucia Rodriguez Freire Newcastle University, UK
Harnessing the Plant Holobiont for Pollution Control and Resource Recovery 

11:15 AM Tara Kahan University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Micro-spectroscopy of solute-containing ice 

11:35 AM Paul Tratnyek Oregon Health & Science University, USA
Assessment and prediction of the physicochemical properties of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) using statistical and computational chemical models 

2:05 PM Xiao Su University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA
Electrochemically-driven reactive separations for environmental remediation and resource recovery 

2:25 PM Ngai Yin Yip Columbia University, USA
High-salinity electrodialysis with rationally-designed ion-exchange membranes 

2:45 PM Nirupam Aich University at Buffalo, USA [virtual]
Additive Manufacturing for Nano-Enabled Water Treatment Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges 

3:05 PM Michael Strano Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Carbon Fixing Material Systems 

3:25 PM Kathryn Riley Swarthmore College, USA
Silver nanoparticle dissolution kinetics are mediated by the Caulobacter crescentus metabolite corona 

3:55 PM Amanda Giang The University of British Columbia, Canada & Miling Li University of Delaware, USA [virtual]
Investigating the dynamics of methylmercury bioaccumulation in the Beaufort Sea shelf food web: a modeling perspective 

4:15 PM Ines Zucker Tel Aviv University, Israel [virtual]
MoS2-based Nanocomposites for Water Decontamination 

4:35 PM Zeinab Hosseinidoust McMaster University, USA [virtual]
Putting bacteriophages to work for clean air, water, and food 

4:55 PM Susana Kimura University of Calgary, Canada [virtual]
The role of chlorinated benzotriazoles on the formation of disinfection byproducts 

5:15 PM Sara Mason Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA
Modeling Transformations of Nanomaterials in Aqueous Settings to Drive Sustainability and Function 


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