Workshop/Tutorial and Harold W. Kroto Memorial Session
Begins on Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
If you seek guidance from leading experts about what is known and not known about 1D, 2D, and 3D carbon materials, as well as participate in our homage to one of the true pioneers of nanoscience and nanotechnology, you will not want to miss this event. Here is the program (Adobe PDF). The workshop/tutorial begins on Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Important Deadlines and Updates
The conference program has now been posted. It consists of:
- 5 plenary lectures (Monday–Friday)
- 308 oral presentations in 18 sessions (Monday–Friday)
- 400+ poster presentations in 4 extended-time discussion sessions (Monday–Thursday)
- preconference Workshop/Tutorial (Sunday)
- American Carbon Society Medalists Roundtable (Wednesday)
Please visit the Program at a Glance page often for updates and minor adjustments to the program.
Important Note: Presentations whose corresponding author is not registered will be removed from the conference oral program, but can be accommodated in a poster session.
Buy-one-get-one-free policy for students (courtesy of the American Carbon Society): When a thesis adviser and one student register, the registration of a second student will be complimentary. Please submit all three (3) registration forms (adviser and both students) together. A follow-up email will be sent to all registered students regarding the competition for The Mrozowski Award and The Walker Award.
June 30: Registration ends. Only on-site registrations will be accepted at an additional $30 fee.