Chirality Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) is one of the Technical Sections of the Society and was formed to bring together scientists interested in chiroptical spectroscopy.
Our vision is to provide resources on chiroptical spectroscopy, disseminate information via symposia at FACSS / SciX, PittCon and other conferences such as VOA series of conferences, connect students with open internship positions in industry and academia and provide opportunities for networking.
Please, join us for the 1st in-person conference and a session organized by this Section at the SciX conference in Providence, RI.
Leo Joyce , Arrowhead Inc – “Stereochemistry at the Interface: Novel Analytical Approaches in Support of Organic Synthesis”
Reilly Sonstrom, BrightSpec Inc. – “Using Molecular Rotational Resonance Spectroscopy to Tackle Challenging Structure Elucidation Problems of Chiral Molecules”
Christopher LeClair, NIH – “Implementing a Vibrational Circular Dichroism Analysis Platform for Chiral Small Molecules”
Rohit Bhargava, University of Illinois – “Vibrational circular dichroism measurements using IR microscopes: opportunities and challenges”
Jonathan Bogaerts, University of Antwerp – “Raman optical activity for drug discovery: Structural characterization of artemisinin derivatives in solution”