The Chemical Sciences Division (CSD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) invites outstanding applications for a postdoctoral research associate to simulate mineral nucleation and aggregation reactions using atomic-scale and/or coarse-grained molecular simulations. As a postdoc, you will utilize high performance computing and rare event methods to work with a team of scientists in the CSD to model chemical reactions important for mineral nucleation, growth and oriented aggregation processes. That mechanistic information will be incorporated into process-based models that can describe rates and locales of precipitation measured by experimentalists. The position resides in the Geochemistry and Interfacial Sciences Group in the Chemical Sciences Division, Physical Sciences Directorate (PSD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). (https://www.ornl.gov/group/gisg)more
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral researcher position in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The postdoc researcher will conduct research on a project funded by DOE ARPA-E on the characterization of and recovery of rare earth elements (REEs) in solid waste streams. This is a multi-institute and multi-investigator project, and the postdoc will have opportunities to participate in interdisciplinary research involving aspects of geoscience, chemistry, and environmental engineering. There are also opportunities for participation in other research projects.more
The Spring 2022 ACS National Meeting will be held from March 20-24 in San Diego, CA. The meeting theme is “Bonding Through Chemistry”. Please consider organizing a symposium in areas of broad interest to the geochemistry community, as well as topics aligned with the meeting theme.more
The abstract submission window is now open for the upcoming ACS Fall 2021 meeting. Sessions for the hybrid meeting (in-person & virtual) will be held in Atlanta, GA, and virtually, August 22 - 26. Abstracts are due by April 12more
CALL FOR SYMPOSIA
Fall 2021 ACS National Meeting
August 22-26, Atlanta, GA
The Fall 2021 ACS National Meeting will be held from August 22-26 in Atlanta, GA. The meeting theme is “Resilience of Chemistry”. Please consider organizing a symposium in areas of... more
Our new Division Officers are:
Dr. Eric Pierce, Environmental Geochemist and Director of the Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Program-Chair Elect
Dr. Jacquelyn Bracco, Assistant Professor, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Queens College, CUNY, Secretarymore
Please consider submitting an abstract to the upcoming ACS Spring 2021 meeting, which will be held during April 5th to 16th, 2021, in fully virtual mode. ACS has committed to provide many live interactive virtual sessions during this 2-week long event, an... more
Call for Nominations
ACS Geochemistry Division Medal
To be awarded for outstanding contributions in any area of the field of geochemistry.
The Division of Geochemistry of the American Chemical Society is currently soliciting nominations for the 11th award... more
GEOC Division Networking / Social Hour
August 19 (Wednesday) 4-5 pm PDT
GEOC Zoom is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Date: Aug 19, 2020
Time: 4 – 5 pm PDT (US and Canada)
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2020 ACS Fall National Meeting
August 17-20 | Virtual
Moving Chemistry from Bench to Market
Geochemistry Division Program
Time zone: Pacific Daylight Time (US and Canada)
Broadcast presentations(also available on-demand afterwards)
Monday (8/17) 10-12 pm PDT
ACS Geochemistry Division is currently seeking nominations for two officer positions, Program-Chair Elect and Secretary, who will assume their roles in January 2021. A brief description of each role is provided below.
Program-Chair Elect (4-year term): Thi
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The ACS Geochemistry (GEOC) Division is currently seeking nominations for three officer positions, Program-Chair Elect, Treasurer, and Alternate Councilor, who will assume their roles in January 2020. A brief description of each role is provided below.