Tips for Submitting Your Abstract
Please review the symposia listed on gcande.org prior to clicking on the “Submit an Abstract” button. Please also read “What’s In and What’s Out” below for additional guidance.
Click the Submit an Abstract button. Under Specialty Meetings, select the 26th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference.
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We strongly recommend you submit your abstract now so it can be considered. Once abstract submission closes, we will not be able to add you to the program, but we can easily remove your abstract if you are unable to attend.
At this time, we are planning to have a vaccine-required in-person meeting in Reston, VA, with some virtual components. Due to the current high-level of COVID spread, we are also looking at increasing the virtual component to accommodate more presenters who are unable to travel. We’ll do our best to accommodate you!
Browse the 2022 GC&E Symposia
The GC&E Advisory Committee is pleased to announce the 2022 GC&E Symposia.
What’s In and What’s Out
Conference Theme: Thinking in Systems: Designing for Sustainable Use
This conference will accept abstracts that span the breadth and depth of green and sustainable
chemistry and engineering topics. While a wide variety of green chemistry and engineering topics are
covered in the technical program each year, the thematic focus on the stages of the chemical life cycle is
intended to challenge the green and sustainable chemistry and engineering communities to move
towards a systems thinking approach that will help advance sustainable production and the circular
Of particular interest are abstracts that emphasize a systems–level, holistic, and life cycle perspectives.
We are seeking diverse perspectives from research, development, and demonstration scientists and
engineers in industry, and academia, business leaders, government, NGOs, etc.
What is not in scope are submissions related to environmental chemistry and engineering (fate and
effects testing; measurement, characterization, control, or effects of pollution, etc.), environmental
remediation, energy (fuels, bio–fuels, etc.), water or air (production or treatment), climate change, or
Safety is a core priority at the American Chemical Society. In order to promote the welfare of all conference attendees, all participants must:
Please read the GC&E Health and Safety Guidelines.