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FAME PROGRAM 2022 August 4-6 edited 8_4(2)

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MEETING AT A GLANCE
THURSDAY AFTERNOON August 4th
SESSION/EVENT LOCATION
12:00-5:00 Registration and check-in Stirling Hall Foyer
1-5pm Workshop A Stirling E-F
1:30-3:30pm Workshop B Stirling B-C
BREAK
5:30  – 7:30 Welcome Reception (refreshments served) Stirling Hall FoyerFAME PROGRAM 2022 August 4-6 edited 8_3
5:30  – 7:30 Poster Session I Stirling Ballroom E&W
8:00 PM Graduate Student  Mixer (refreshments served) Market Salamander Grille
FRIDAY MORNING August 5th
SESSION/EVENT LOCATION
8:00 - 8:30 Late Registration and Continental Breakfast Stirling Hall Foyer
8:30-8:45 2020 FL Award Winner Award (PMSE/POLY) Stirling O-P
8:30 - 9:45 Additive Manufacturing A Stirling D-E
Biochemistry and Chemical Bio A Stirling L-M
Computational A Stirling I-J
Electrochemistry A Stirling K
Inorganic A Stirling F
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
COFFEE BREAK
10:15-11:45 Additive Manufacturing A Stirling D-E
Biochemistry and Chemical Bio A Stirling L-M
Computational A Stirling I-J
Electrochemistry A Stirling K
Inorganic A Stirling F
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
LUNCH BREAK ON YOUR OWN
FRIDAY AFTERNOON August 5th
SESSION/EVENT LOCATION
1:00-5:00  Poster viewing Stirling Ballroom E&W
1:30-2:45 Additive Manufacturing A Stirling D-E
Biochemistry and Chemical Bio A Stirling L-M
Computational A Stirling I-J
Mass Spectroscopy A Stirling K
Inorganic A Stirling F
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
COFEE BREAK
3:15-6:30 Additive Manufacturing A Stirling D-E
Biochemistry and Chemical Bio A Stirling L-M
Computational A Stirling I-J
Mass Spectroscopy A Stirling K
Inorganic A Stirling F
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
3:15-4:15 2020 FL Award Winner Presentation (PMSE/POLY) Stirling O-P
6:05-6:15 2022 FL Award Winner Presentation and Award (Organic) Stirling B-C
DINNER ON YOUR OWN
9:00 PM Faculty Mixer (refreshments served) Packard's Patio
SATURDAY MORNING August 6th
SESSION/EVENT LOCATION
8:00 - 8:30 Late Registration and Continental Breakfast Stirling Hall Foyer
8:30 - 9:45 Biochemistry and Chemical Bio B Stirling L-M
Chemical Education A Stirling K
Computational B Stirling I-J
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
COFFEE BREAK
10:15-11:45 Biochemistry and Chemical Bio B Stirling L-M
Chemical Education A Stirling K
Computational B Stirling I-J
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
LUNCH BREAK ON YOUR OWN
LUNCH BREAK ON YOUR OWN
SATURDAY AFTERNOON August 6th
SESSION/EVENT LOCATION
1:00-5:00  Poster viewing Stirling Ballroom E&W
1:30-2:45 Biochemistry and Chemical Bio B Stirling L-M
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
Networking and Conversation Stirling I-J
Networking and Conversation Stirling DE
COFEE BREAK
3:15-5:00 Biochemistry and Chemical Bio B Stirling L-M
Organic A Stirling B-C
Physical and Biophysical A Stirling G-H
PMSE/POLY A Stirling O-P
Networking and Conversation Stirling I-J
Networking and Conversation Stirling DE
5:00  – 6:30 Poster Reception (refreshments served) Stirling Hall Foyer
5:00  – 7pm Poster Session II Stirling Ballroom E&W
END OF PROGRAM
DINNER ON YOUR OWN

ACCEPTED presentations

POSTERS

Instructions for poster presenters:

 Posters should be no larger than 36”x48”. Poster boards, stands, and clips will be provided to mount your poster.

 Poster set up for SESSION I is Thursday from 2:00-5:00 pm. Each stand will have a number corresponding to your assigned number in the program.  Posters from Session I must be removed on Friday between 2:00 and 4:00 pm. Please be at your poster session by 5:30pm for the start of the poster session.

Poster set-up for SESSION II is Saturday from 12:00-4:30 pm. Each stand will have a number corresponding to your assigned number in the program.  Please be at your poster session by 5:00pm for the start of the poster session. Posters from Session II must be removed on Saturday at 7:00 pm.

Please remain at the session the entire time. Student posters will be judges and awards given out at the end of the session time.

Workshop on Additive Manufacturing
Thursday 1-5pm

Organized by Tarik Dickens and Subramanian Ramakrishnan

Audience: Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Post Docs, Faculty

Limit: 30 people

Location: Stirling E-F

Additive Manufacturing has advanced considerably over the last four decades. Originating from investigations in automated welding, the technology is now capable of fabricating complete devices and resolutions on the order of tens of nanometers. These capabilities promise to significantly reduce the costs, time, and complexity of fabricating devices out of a wide range of materials, including metals, polymers, ceramics, and even living cells. Applications for additive manufacturing include rapid prototyping; microfluidics and lab-on-a-chip systems; stretchable electronics; bio-scaffolding and medical/heath care; metamaterials and optoelectronics; and more.
The workshop will introduce participants to the basics of Additive Manufacturing. First a series of lectures will be given on the different types of additive manufacturing, the theory behind it, control and machinery involved in the printing process with recent developments in AI and robotics and design for 3D printing. The lecture session will conclude with recent applications and state of art research currently being carried out. This will be followed with a hands on laboratory session where the participants in groups will print different model systems.

Sponsored by: 

Chemical Biology RCR Workshop – The Individual and the Team in Collaborative Chemical Science.
Thursday 1:30-3:30pm

Organized by Michael E Harris, PhD | Professor | Department of Chemistry | University of Florida

Audience: Graduate Students and Post Docs but all welcomed

Limit: 20-30 people

Location: Stirling B-C

“Teamwork makes the Dream work” This catch phrase neatly sums up the advantages of collaborative science. However, there are challenges associated with accrediting relative contributions in multi-authored papers, particularly in academic science. The session will involve interactive small group discussions focusing on key issues and best practices regarding authorship in collaborative chemistry research. Resources for discussion will include video case studies provided by US DHS Office of Research Integrity (e.g. https://ori.hhs.gov/left-out-author), and recent commentary published in PNAS on bias in author assignments (//doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2003500117; //doi.org/10.1073/pnas.200667111). This session is aimed primarily at graduate students and postdocs but scientists at all levels all are welcome. It is designed to fulfill an hour of in person training for attendees in programs with specific Responsible Conduct of Research requirements.

Sponsored by:  The UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the UF College of Pharmacy.

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