General Information

What is the Turkey Run Analytical Chemistry Conference?

The Turkey Run Analytical Chemistry Conference is a student-organized meeting held at Turkey Run State Park in Marshall, Indiana.  Purdue University and Indiana University established the meeting in 1970.  The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign joined the conference in its early years, and University of Notre Dame officially joined in 2008.  The conference provides a unique setting in which the attendees from top analytical chemistry divisions in the country can interact in a relaxed environment while sharing knowledge and experiences on a more personal level that may be difficult to attain at larger conferences.  Attendees typically include mostly graduate students and some post-doctoral staff, professors, and undergraduate students.

What should I expect?

The Turkey Run Analytical Chemistry Conference is a student-organized meeting held at Turkey Run State Park in Marshall, Indiana.  Purdue University and Indiana University established the meeting in 1970.  The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign joined the conference in its early years, and University of Notre Dame officially joined in 2008.  The conference provides a unique setting in which the attendees from top analytical chemistry divisions in the country can interact in a relaxed environment while sharing knowledge and experiences on a more personal level that may be difficult to attain at larger conferences.  Attendees typically include mostly graduate students and some post-doctoral staff, professors, and undergraduate students.

Deadlines

Registration: Aug. 21

Abstract Submission:  Sept. 8

Use the links under 'Conference' to register and submit abstracts. You should receive a confirmation email once the surveys have been completed. If you have questions or comments, contact Dalton Snyder (snyder36@purdue.edu).

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