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Sustainability & Alternative Fuels
     * indicates ACS or AIChE as the primary sponsor
      ACS Preprint Required for Acceptance
      AIChE Extended Paper Requested After Acceptance (3 months prior to meeting)

Alternative Resources for the Chemical Industry (abstract deadline: 10/28/07)
Alternatives to current petrochemical based processes; Alternative resources, e.g., coal, biobased materials, stranded gases, byproduct transformations, black liquor gasification; Resource selection, processing, and chemical transformations using alternative resources

Division of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry *
Joseph R. Zoeller, Eastman Chemical Company Research Laboratory
jzoeller@eastman.com

Rameshwar D. Srivastava, SAIC
ram.srivastava@sa.netl.doe.gov

AIChE Research and New Technologies (Area 18j)
Sharon M. Robinson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
robinsonsm@ornl.gov

James J. Spivey, Louisiana State University
jjspivey@lsu.edu


Energy Science and Engineering: Methods, Outcome and Future Needs
(abstract deadline: 10/28/07)
A primary focus of this symposium is to bring undergraduate and graduate students together in a symposium to discuss their learning and research experiences. Contributed papers are invited from students, faculty and industrial groups on the current education methods (teaching, research and practice through internships), results or outcome, and future needs for a carbon-constrained world.

ACS Division of Petroleum Chemistry *
Sarma Pisupati, Penn State University
spisupat@psu.edu

Roy Rodriguez, DC Partnership
roy@dcgpartnership.com

AIChE Gas Utilization Topical (Group 16)
Belma Demirel, Rentech, Inc.
bdemirel@rentk.com


Engineering the Transition to the Bioeconomy (abstract deadline: 11/04/07)
Science/technology and information issues related to sustainable energy, products and materials; Scientific R&D strategies, technology transfer, market research, scientific publishing trends, information portals, and social networking for scientists

ACS Division of Chemical Information *
William G. Town, Kilmorie Consulting
bill.town@kilmorie.com

ACS Division of Fuel Chemistry
M. Mercedes Maroto-Valer, U. Nottingham
Mercedes.maroto-valer@nottingham.ac.uk

AIChE Sustainable Engineering Forum
     (NPC 23)
Helen H. Lou, Lamar University
Helen.Lou@lamar.edu


Greenhouse Gases Sequestration: Technology and Economics
(abstract deadline: 10/28/07)
Novel technologies of CO2 and greenhouse gas sequestration and minimization; Economics and metrics, e.g., cap and trade, carbon credits, footprints and indices

ACS Division of Business Development and Management *
Janet L. Bryant, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
janetlbryant@pnl.gov

Michael (Mick) Hurrey, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Michael_hurrey@vrtx.com

AIChE Environmental Division (Group 9)
Nada Marie Assaf-Anid, Manhattan College
nada.assaf-anid@manhattan.edu

Richard D. Siegel, R & B Consulting Services
Richarddsi@aol.com

Mary Ellen Ternes, McAfee & Taft
maryellen.ternes@mcafeetaft.com


Green Chemistry & Engineering: Chemistry, Engineering, Ionic Liquids, Nanotechnology, Reaction Engineering, and Sustainability Metrics (abstract deadline: 12/09/07)
Submit abstract to one of the following sessions

     Chemistry
     Engineering
     Ionic Liquids
     Nanotechnology
     Reaction Engineering
     Sustainability Metrics
Using chemistry and technology to make chemical products and processes more environmentally friendly; Topic Areas include: Chemistry, Engineering, Ionic Liquids, Nanotechnology, Reaction Engineering, Sustainability Metrics

Division of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry
Michael Gonzalez, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
gonzalez.michael@epa.gov

AIChE Environmental Division (Group 9)*
Raymond Smith, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
smith.raymond@epa.gov


Global Climate Change: Legislation, Regulation and Policy  (abstract deadline: 12/09/07)
Comparing and contrasting United States versus International climate change legislation; Supreme Court decision in Massachusetts et al. versus the Environmental Protection Agency, regional versus state initiatives, and incentives and management practices

ACS Division of Business Development and Management
Janet L. Bryant, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
janetlbryant@pnl.gov

Michael (Mick) Hurrey, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Michael_hurrey@vrtx.com

AIChE Environmental Division (Group 9) *
Nada Marie Assaf-Anid, Manhattan College
nada.assaf-anid@manhattan.edu

Richard D. Siegel, R & B Consulting Services
Richarddsi@aol.com

Mary Ellen Ternes, McAfee & Taft
maryellen.ternes@mcafeetaft.com

11/20/07