The Bimonthly Organic Solid-State Symposium (BOSSs) is a series of mini-meetings showcasing frontier research from a slate of international experts, graduate students, and postdocs representing the cutting edge of organic solid-state chemistry in academia and industry. For more information, and free registration, visit the symposium website: bosssymposium.org.
This session's program features:
Dr. Linda Shimizu, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, University of South Carolina - Exploring electron transfer and polymerization reactions within self-assembled bis-urea macrocycles (11:00 am EST)
Dr. Thomas Schroeder, Postdoctoral Fellow, Aizenberg Group, Harvard University - Spatiotemporal control over crystal growth via hydrogel patterning (11:30 am EST)
Sylvia Hanna, Ph.D. Candidate, Farha Research Group, Northwestern University - Discovery of spontaneous de-interpenetration through charged point-point repulsions (12:40 pm EST)