DReaM Facility – 2020 Reaction Monitoring Symposium
Following on from the success of the 2019 Reaction Monitoring Symposium, the 3rd Annual Reaction Monitoring Symposium will be held at the University of Bath on Friday 31st January 2020.
This free-to-attend one-day symposium will showcase the power of real-time reaction monitoring by various analytical techniques for kinetic and mechanistic investigations in organic and inorganic chemistry, and solution-phase catalysis.
Whether you are an academic researcher, a postgraduate student, an industrial scientist or just someone with an enthusiasm for reaction monitoring, the Reaction Monitoring Symposium will be of interest to you.
There will be opportunities to network with colleagues over coffee, discuss your research needs with exhibitors, present a poster on your reaction monitoring research, interact with experts during the round-table panel discussion, as well as enjoying a day of exciting science.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Dr Meghan Halse, University of York, UK
- Dr Anthony Haynes, University of Sheffield, UK
- Prof Paul Kamer, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Germany
- Prof Clark Landis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
- Prof Christina Thiele, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
We recommend using public transport to reach the University, as parking on campus is limited. If you wish to drive, it is easiest to find a parking space in the campus pay and display car parks before 9am. If you are coming from further afield, Bath has several park & ride routes.
Please see the University of Bath webpages for detailed information on how to travel to the University.
How much does it cost?
The event is free to attend. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
How do I present a poster?
If you would like to present a poster on the topic of reaction monitoring, please register as a poster presenter and propose a title for your poster. We will get in touch with you in advance of the symposium to ask for an abstract.
What’s the refund policy?
As there are no conference fees, you don’t need to worry about refunds if you can no longer attend. However, please let us know if you can’t make it, as places are limited.
I would like to exhibit at this event. How do I go about this?
Please email Catherine, or register as an exhibitor below. We will get in touch with more information if you book an exhibitor ticket.
If I am interested in this event, are there any other similar events I might like to attend?
Yes! GeCatS Infoday “Operando Spectroscopy in Catalysis – Time to Implement this Methodology in Industry” is being held on the 29th January 2020 in Frankfurt, Germany. You can find more information here.