UC Irvine Undergraduate Chemistry Symposium
THIS EVENT IS FULL
Conducting undergraduate research in Southern California this summer?
If so, please join us on August 5th, for the annual UC Irvine SoCal Undergraduate Chemistry Symposium, for an exciting day of science where you can discuss and hear the latest about chemistry and graduate programs with your peers from UC Irvine and other research institutions.
The schedule is expected to include the following.
Natural Sciences II, Room 1201
Wednesday, August 5, 2015.
|9:30 am||Arrival and poster setup|
|10:00 am||Welcome to UC Irvine
Professor Elizabeth Jarvo
|10:15 am||Solar Power from Nanocrystals
Professor Matt Law
|10:45 am||How to (Partially) unboil an egg....and why you should care.
Professor Greg Weiss
|11:15 am||Poster Session (back patio of Natural Sciences II)|
|12:30 pm||Networking Lunch (Rowland Hall Plaza)|
|1:30 pm||Tour of UC Irvine Reactor or Synthetic Lab|
|2:30 pm||Graduate student panel Q & A|
|3:00 pm||Shining Light on Chemical Reactions
Professor Suzanne Blum
|3:30 pm||Closing Remarks|
All undergraduate attendees are asked to bring a poster describing their research. Lunch will be provided.
Poster presenters: please format your poster to fit on a 48"x48" board.
Please RSVP as soon as possible, as space is limited to: Register by July 15. Complete the on-line registration form.
We look forward to an exciting day of scientific exchange!
Prof. Liz Jarvo
Department of Chemistry, UC Irvine
one day - General $10 (can be purchased on the same day from a kiosk or automated dispenser, located on the following maps)