Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Analytical Science Twitter Poster Conference
Do you want to showcase your research to a wider audience?
The Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical twitter poster conference – is a great way to get your research in front of a worldwide audience.
The Analytical Science Twitter Poster Conference is an online event (being held entirely on Twitter) to bring members of the analytical research community together to share their research, network and engage in scientific debate.
Taking part couldn’t be easier. During the event simply tweet an image (e.g. a JPEG) of a digital poster summarising your research along with #RSCAnalyticalPoster and the title of your work.
Throughout the day you can then answer any questions posed to you on Twitter and ask questions about other posters. Make sure you follow #RSCAnalyticalPoster throughout the day as the conference progresses.
When is it happening? 9am Thursday 5 February through to 9am Friday 6 February (GMT)
Is my research area suitable?
The conference is open to anyone working in any area of analytical science whose research topic is in the scope of Analyst, Analytical Methods or JAAS. If you’re unsure if your poster is suitable for the conference, just get in touch and we can advise.
The main aim of the event is to meet new scientists, share ideas and learn about the latest developments in different areas of analytical science. However, three posters which stimulate wide interest and feature innovative, high quality, exciting analytical research will be chosen for the top prize of an iPod or the two runners-up prizes of £100 book voucher for the RSC Book Shop.
Further details: http://blogs.rsc.org/an/2014/12/19/rscanalyticalposter/
Chair and Organisers
Matt Baker, University of Strathclyde, UK @ChemistryBaker
Royal Society of Chemistry, Analyst @analystrsc, Analytical Methods @MethodsRSC and JAAS @JAASNews
Carsten Engelhard, Universität Siegen @EngelhrC,
Craig Banks, Manchester Metropolitan University @Act_mmu,
Damien Arrigan, Curtin University @arri_aus,
Jean-Francois Masson, University of Montreal @Masson_chem,
Karen Faulds, University of Strathclyde @FauldsKaren,
Martin Resano, University of Zaragoza @MartinResano,
Nick Stone, University of Exeter @profnickstone,
Perdita Barran, The University of Manchester @PerditaB,
Raychelle Burks, Doane College @DrRubidium,
Renee JiJi, University of Missouri @ReneeJiJi,
Richard Dluhy, University of Georgia @radluhy,
Roy Goodacre, The University of Manchester @RoyGoodacre.