The 2023 Pauling Medal Symposium
Dr. Laura Gagliardi,
2023 Pauling Medalist
The 2023 Pauling Medal will be presented to Professor Gagliardi at the 2023 Pauling Medal Symposium on November 4th, 2023 at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA. Here is the Symposium Program Booklet.
Registration for the poster session and symposium lectures are free, but the evening banquet is a ticketed event with registration and online advanced payment required. (Banquet attendees will be directed to the payment portal on the registration form.) If you plan to present a poster or attend the awards banquet, we request that you submit your registration information by October 13th.
The 2023 Pauling Medal Symposium Schedule and Speakers
- 11:00 Check-In begins at the Harned Hall Atrium
- 11:30-12:45 Poster Session (Harned Hall, 2nd floor colonnade)
- Students and postdocs are invited to present posters. Please register to present a poster with your general registration.
- 1:00-5:30 Pauling Symposium Lectures (Schneebeck Hall)
- Christopher J. Cramer (UL Research Labs)
- Donald Truhlar (U. of Minnesota – Minneapolis)
- Omar Yaghi (U. of California – Berkeley)
- Laura Gagliardi (U. of Chicago)
- 5:30-6:50 Reception and Poster Awards (Harned Hall, 2nd floor colonnade)
- 7:00-9:00 Banquet/Medal Presentation/Awardee Talk (Upper Marshall Hall)
Spiral Feedback for Catalyst Design:
Experiment and Theory
Professor Donald G. Truhlar
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
New Methods for Theoretical Photochemistry
Professor Laura Gagliardi
University of Chicago
Computational Discovery of Metal-Organic Frameworks for a Changing World
For those unable to attend the symposium in person, the symposium lectures will be streamed live here. Registration is not required for online attendees.
Symposium Hosts and Organizers: The 2023 Pauling Medal Symposium is being hosted by the Puget Sound Section of the American Chemical Society.
For questions about the 2023 symposium: Please contact Symposium Co-Chairs Professor John Hanson (email@example.com) or Professor Johanna Crane at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about the poster session, please contact Professor Eric Scharrer (email@example.com).
Detailed directions and venue information:
Detailed directions to campus can be found at https://www.pugetsound.edu/campus-map-directions.
Parking in the P4 parking area (P4, D-2) or on Union Avenue near Harned Hall (D-1) is most convenient.
Check-In area in the atrium of Harned Hall (16, D-1) on the North side of campus just off Union Avenue.
Poster Session & post-symposium Reception will be held in the 2nd Floor Colonnade of Harned Hall (16, D-1).
Symposium Talks will be held in Schneebeck Concert Hall located in the Music Building (30, D-2).
Banquet will be held in Upper Marshall Hall located on the 2nd Floor of the south end of the Wheelock Student Center (55, D-4).
For further information about Linus Pauling, please see the Pauling Archives and Research Center at Oregon State University.
The Pauling Medal web page is hosted by the Puget Sound Section on behalf of the three ACS local sections that sponsor the award (Puget Sound, Portland, and Oregon). For information about this page contact acspugetsoundsection at gmail.