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ACS Publications, in partnership with the ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry, is excited to announce their upcoming virtual symposium on Innovation in Measurement Science from October 17-20, 2022. The four-day virtual event will be free to attend and participants will have the opportunity to hear keynote lectures from world-renowned scientists working on nanomaterials in sensing, single cell analyses, deep learning in proteomics, ion mobility mass spectrometry technologies, and more!

Organizing Committee

Prof. Katherine Mirica

Associate Editor, ACS Sensors

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Dartmouth College

Prof. Hee-Tae Jung

Associate Editor, ACS Sensors

KAIST Chair Professor

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Prof. Christy Haynes

Associate Editor, Analytical Chemistry

Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Associate Department Head

Minnesota University

Dr. Magnus Palmblad

Topic Editor, Journal of Proteome Research

Head of the Bioinformatic Research Group

Leiden University Medical Center

Dr. Ben Neely

Editorial Advisory Board Member, Journal of Proteome Research

Research Chemist

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Prof. Facundo Fernández

Associate Editor, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry

Professor, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

Georgia Institute of Technology

Dr. Nicole Camasso

Managing Editor, Editorial Development

American Chemical Society, Publications Division

ACS Publications Journal Sponsors

ACS Sensors
Journal of Analytical Chemistry
Journal of Proteome Research
Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry
ACS Measurement Science Au

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