21st Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference | June 13-15, 2017 | Reston, Virginia
The overarching theme of the conference in 2017 will be “Making Our Way to a Sustainable Tomorrow.” The conference invites scientists and leaders from all sectors to come together to address critical topics such as the design of sustainable chemicals, flexible chemical manufacturing, more efficient processes, green chemistry curricula, circular economy considerations, sustainable materials, academic-industry collaborations, chemicals policy and more.
The GC&E Conference Advisory Committee invites you to submit proposals for symposia for the 2017 Conference. The conference theme will focus on the design and making of chemicals, chemistries, processes and feedstocks—as well as policy, collaboration and curricula—for more sustainable world. Proposals are due October 7, 2016.
The 21st Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference will be held
June 13 – 15, 2017, in Reston, Virginia.
Call for Symposia due by October 7, 2016
Call for Papers Opens January 4, 2017
Call for Papers Closes February 13, 2017
Registration Opens February 15, 2017
Early Registration Closes May 1, 2017
Early Bird Registration will be open from February 15 until May 1, 2017.
Join us in 2017 at the must-attend event for green chemists and engineers.
The 21st Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference (GC&E), hosted by the ACS Green Chemistry Institute®, will be held in Reston, Virginia on June 13-15, 2017.
GC&E provides an opportunity for a diverse network of over 500 academic, industrial and government stakeholders to network and learn about the newest ideas in sustainable approaches to chemistry, chemicals, processes and products.
Featuring over 30 technical sessions, a robust poster session, keynote lectures, workshops, social events and a Green Expo, GC&E is the premiere forum for sustainable and green chemistry and engineering.
“Premier forum of both academic and industrial advances in green chemistry and sustainability.”
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Become a 2017 GC&E conference sponsor to reach a powerful cross section of academic, industry and government leaders who are shaping the future of sustainable science through green chemistry, green engineering, and sustainability issues.
Apply to be a sponsor today!
Contact: Matthew Deinhardt