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2006 Annual Symposium

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三州华美化学会成功举办2006年会

六月10日,新州久雨初晴,150多位与化学工作者们来到罗格斯大学的 Busch学生中心参加了三州华美化学会举办的2006年研讨会。会员们欢 聚一堂,除了结识新朋相会老友之外,大家更是珍惜机会,共同研讨学 术问题并交流专业知识。

今年的研讨会的主题是“在竞争时代的协助与合作”(Cooperation and Collaboration in the Age of Competition),着眼于太平洋两岸在化学工 业界的经济发展关系。大会由学会现任主席曹光主持。

新当选的美国化学会下届主席Catherine T. Hunt博士作为贵宾发表了热 情洋溢的讲话。 美国化学会是世界上最大的专业人员组织,拥有15万 8千多位会员。Hunt博士不仅分享了她的管理经验,强调了不同的公司 /组织之间的合作,尤其在全球化大趋势之下的国际合作的重要性,而 且表扬了华美化学会在这方面的所做的努力和工作。Hunt博士给华美 化学会的工作人员带来了精神食粮,分送了《绿色化学》一书给化学 会的董事成员,并特意送给女董事们每人一本《成功的女化学家》, 来鼓励大家的付出和贡献。

美国著名制药公司施贵宝(Bristol-Myers Squibb)的资深副总裁Mark Powell博士也到场演讲。他从本公司具体实例谈二十一世纪的制药业, 他预测到今后大大小小的制药公司还将进一步合并,因为以后的新药 研发将是一个更加错综复杂的过程,花费也更加巨大。Hunt博士和 Powell博士的演讲引起了大家热烈的讨论。

来自另外一家大制药公司Schering-Plough研究所的资深科学家 Birendra N. Pramanik博士就质谱(mass spectrometry)在新药研发中 的作用做了很深入的演讲。

作为传统,每年的研讨会总是少不了知名的华人化学家。今年,埃克森 美孚石油公司的Margaret Wu博士,给大家介绍了世界最先进的润滑剂。 罗格斯大学化学与生物化学系的李静教授给大家介绍了先进的纳米材料 化学,她的发现有可能用在未来的新能源上。另外,北加州迅速发展的 Accelergy 公司副总裁丛培军, 在新州地区很活跃的Tyger Scientific公 司的市场经理曹萍和他们的办公室总经理James A. Schwindeman,化学 公司AstaTech的副总裁沈立新均到场,给大家介绍了他们各自发展迅 速的公司。这些有华人管理经营或者参与管理经营的化学公司,在过 去的几年里均有十分良好的发展扩大成绩。

成立于二十五年前的华美化学会,是一个非盈利的专业人士组织,会员 全部是志愿者。学会一直致力于促进华人学生学者,科学技术人员以及 企业界人士的交流和交往。他们定期举办专业学术会议,邀请中美知名 化学家科学家企业家们等给与精彩讲座,分享他们各自领域中的知识和 事业成功的经验,为新泽西纽约宾州三州地区工作学习在化学,生物化 学以及化工领域的华人专业人士们提供了一个绝佳的学习和交流机会。 详情请看网站:www.tristatecacs.org

2006.6.14 New Jersey


Cooperation and Collaboration in the Age of Competition

The Tri-State Chinese American Chemical Society will hold its annual symposium on June 10, from 8:30 AM to 4 PM, at the Rutgers Busch Campus Center, Piscataway (Address: 604 Bartholomew Rd, Piscataway, NJ 08854. Directions can be found at http://maps.rutgers.edu/directions.aspx?id=44. Parking is available in lot 51 across from the Busch Campus Center). Registration is free. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided to all symposium participants.
The annual symposium serves the purpose of bringing the CACS members and non-member Chinese American chemists together. The theme of this year’s symposium is “Cooperation and Collaboration in the Age of Competition,” which attempts to capture the prevailing trend of increasing economic ties between the US and China in chemistry-related endeavors. For this theme the keynote speakers will be Dr. Catherine Hunt, president-elect of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and leader in Technology Partnerships of Rohm and Haas Co., and Dr. Mark Powell, senior vice-president of Pharmaceutical Development at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Both Drs. Hunt and Powell have extensive experience in third-party collaborations with their respective companies, and are authorities in stewarding successful R&D partnerships.
As a tradition, the symposium will also feature outstanding Chinese-American chemists. Dr. Margaret Wu, a Senior Scientific Advisor at the Corporate Strategic Research of ExxonMobil, will talk about the development of an advanced lubricant that is used in all world-class race cars (Mobil 1®). Prof. Jing Li of Rutgers University will talk about materials with nanometer features that have novel properties. Other speakers include technical leaders and managers from major pharma companies as well as start-ups in the outsourcing business.
Since its founding 25 years ago, the CACS, a volunteer-based, non-political, non-profit professional organization has worked to address the common interest and concerns of Chinese-American chemical professionals. It has established a mentor program to help new comers gain quick footing in their professional careers in the US. It has presented Young Chemist Award annually to outstanding high school students to help cultivate interest in chemical sciences. It has recently added immigration and other legal referral services so that its members can receive these services at a discounted rate.
Please register on-line at www.tristatecacs.org or via email at info@tristatecacs.org. Registration on-site is accepted but you are encouraged to register before hand to ensure your seating and meal order. The CACS promises an exciting conference and a great opportunity for you to network with your peers.
For information please contact
Guodong Chen @ 908-740-3859,  Xiaoqiu Wu @ 609-240-9200,  or Sunny Wang @ 908-231-3648.


Program    ( Read PDF file )

  • 8:30   On-site Registration / Vendor Setup / Breakfast & Coffee
  • Morning Session
    Session Chairs - Guodong Chen and Longqin Hu

  • 9:00   Opening Remarks Guang Cao
  • 9:10   Dr. Catherine T. (Katie) Hunt, 2006 President-Elect of the American Chemical Society, Leader, Technology Partnerships – Rohm and Haas Company
    “Re-igniting Our Commitment to Science and Technology: Education, Collaboration and Innovation!”
  • 9:50   Dr. Mark L. Powell, Senior Vice President, Bristol-Myers Squibb
    “Pharmaceutical Development in the 21st Century”
  • 10:30   Coffee Break
  • 10:50   Dr. Margaret Wu, Senior Scientific Advisor, Corporate Strategic Research, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co.
    “ExxonMobil Synthetic Lubricant Development”
  • 11:30 Dr. Birendra N. Pramanik, Distinguished Fellow, Schering-Plough Research Institute
    “Application of Mass Spectrometric Techniques in Drug Discovery and Development”
  • 12:10   Lunch
  • Afternoon Session
    Session Chairs - Guoqiang Shi and Duxi Zhang

  • 1:00   Prof. Jing Li, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers University
    “Can Macroparticles Do What Nanoparticles Do? Designing New Semiconductor Nanostructures That are Independent of Size”
  • 1:40   Dr. Peijun Cong, VP, Technology Development, Accelergy Corp
    “High Throughput Chemical R&D in China: an Introduction to Accelergy”
  • 2:20   Ms. Ping Cao, Marketing Manager, and Dr. James A Schwindeman, Chief Operating Officer, Tyger Scientific, Inc.
    “Adventures in the Research Jungle" -Tales of Tyger Scientific Inc.”
  • 3:00   Dr. Leo (Lixin) Shen, Vice-President, AstaTech, Inc.
    “Continuous Innovation in Advanced Chemistries and Manufacturing”
  • 3:40   Closing Remarks Guodong Chen
  • Photos

    Dr. Margaret Wu and Dr. Longqin Hu

    Katie Hunt (ACS President-Elect in 2006) and Dr. Guodong Chen;

    Katie, Guodong with Guang Cao

    Dr. Guodong Chen with Dr. Mark Powell (Sr. VP of BMS)

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