Join us at PSRC 10 in 2022!
June 05-09, 2022
June 16-21, 2019
It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the “9th Pacific Symposium on Radical Chemistry (PSRC-9)” to be held at the Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, California. The Symposium will be held from the 16th to the 21st of June 2019.
The Pacific Symposium on Radical Chemistry represents an important platform for announcing and discussing advances in our understanding of the chemistry of free radicals. The Symposium, which runs every two years, is one of the three major international meetings on radical chemistry (the other two being the International Symposium on Organic Free Radicals and the EUCHEM Conference on Free Radical Chemistry). PSRC-9 in Pacific Grove will follow the highly successful PSRC-8 meeting that was held in Brisbane in 2017. Previous, equally successful, symposia have been held in Singapore (2015), Vancouver (2013), Shirahama (2011), Shanghai (2009), Heron Island (2007), Daejeon (2006), and Kanazawa (2003).
The symposium will cover all aspects of free radical chemistry and will bring together industrial and academic chemists from all over the world to report their latest discoveries in the fields of synthetic radical reactions, radical polymerizations, mechanistic insights into important radical reactions, new radical-based functional molecules and materials, as well as all aspects of radicals impacting in biology and medicine. The scientific program of PSRC-9 will include plenary lectures and invited lectures as well as poster sessions.
All participants of the conference will be staying together at the Asilomar Conference Grounds, in the town of Pacific Grove. The conference grounds are located on 107 acres of the beautiful and scenic shorelines of the Asilomar State Beach, just south of the major bay area cities of San Francisco and San Jose. Monterey Bay Area’s cool-summer Mediterranean climate creates an ideal location for a Summer conference, as such, excursions will be included as part of the meeting.
As a further advantage, the symposium has been scheduled to run immediately before the 46th National Organic Symposium, the premier event sponsored by the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. This major conference will be held in Bloomington, Indiana from the 23rd to the 27th of June 2019 (nationalorganicsymposium.org).
Corey Stephenson, University of Michigan
Pacific Grove 2019
Shunsuke Chiba, Nanyang Technological University
Conference Vice Chair
Pacific Grove 2019
*Schedule subject to change
Click here for poster instructions
Prof. Steve Bottle - Queensland University of Technology
Prof. Munetaka Akita - Tokyo Institute of Technology
Prof. Atsushi Goto - Nanyang Technological University
Prof. Chaozhong Li - Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry
Prof. Guosheng Liu - Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry
Prof. Xin-Yuan Liu - Southern University of Science and Technology
Prof. Ilhyong Ryu - Osaka Prefecture University
Prof. Eiji Shirakawa - Kwansei Gakuin University
Prof. Qian Zhang - Northeast Normal University
Prof. Ullrich Jahn - Czech Academy of Sciences
Prof. Emmanuel Lacote - University of Lyon
Prof. David Procter - University of Manchester
Prof. Philippe Renaud - University of Bern
Prof. Franziska Schoenebeck - RWTH Aachen
Prof. Armido Studer - Munster University
Prof. Samir Zard - Laboratoire de Synthese Organique
Prof. Rob Britton - Simon Fraser University
Prof. Squire Booker - Penn State University
Prof. Gonzalo Cosa - McGill University
Prof. Brett Fors - Cornell University
Prof. Robert Flowers - Lehigh University
Prof. Rob Knowles - Princeton University
Prof. Kevin Moeller - Washington University in St. Louis
Prof. David Nicewicz - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Prof. Derek Pratt - University of Ottawa
Prof. Tom Rovis - Columbia University
Prof. Shannon Stahl - The University of Wisconsin - Madison
Prof. Tehshik Yoon - The University of Wisconsin - Madison
Prof. Hongli Bao - FJIRSM (Fujian)
Prof. Takashi Koike - Tokyo Institute of Technology
Prof. Tetsuro Kusamoto - Institute for Molecular Science
Prof. Takashi Nishikata - Yamaguchi University
Prof. Jie Wu - National University of Singapore
Prof. Han Sen Soo - Nanyang Technological University
Prof. Zhiwei Zuo - Shanghai Tech University
Prof. Julie Broggi - Aix-Marseille Universite
Prof. Daniele Leonori - University of Manchester
Prof. Jennifer Bridwell-Rabb - University of Michigan
Prof. Todd Hyster - Princeton University
Prof. Nate Jui - Emory University
Prof. Frank Leibfarth - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Prof. Song Lin - Cornell University
Prof. David Nagib - The Ohio State University
Prof. Jennifer Roizen - Duke University
Prof. Valerie Schmidt - University of California, San Diego
Prof. Jennifer Stockdill - Wayne State University
Dr. Dan Lehnherr - Merck
Dr. Joe Tucker - Pfizer
Dr. Kaid Harper - AbbVie
Mr. Yoichi Arimoto - Nippon Shobukai
Note: Several poster abstracts will be selected to provide short (10 min) talks.
As a part of the 9th Pacific Symposium on Radical Chemistry, a tutorial focused on the fundamentals of radical reactions will be provided. The tutorial will feature a series of lectures on Electrochemistry, Photocatalysis, Reaction Mechanisms, and Synthetic Radical Chemistry.
Asilomar Conference Grounds
The symposium will be held at the beautiful and historic Asilomar Hotel and Conference Grounds. Located in Pacific Grove, California. Asilomar offers a secluded retreat environment a short drive south of the major airports in the Bay Area. For more information regarding the facility, please see the Asilomar website.
Per person rates:
Single - $287.23 per night
Double - $192.27 per night
Quad* - $150.31 per night
INCLUSIVE WITH THE LODGING RATES - Meals inclusive begins with dinner on arrival day and ends with lunch on departure day.
- Rates will be adjusted based on the number of people occupying the room per night
*An access code for quad occupancy rooms will be made available to student and postdoc participants upon the completion of conference registration.
To be included in the conference room block and receive conference pricing, please use the link above to book accommodations.
If you are going to rent a car, please consider reserving your rental cars in advance as there may be limited availability in the Monterey Bay area. For travel information, please see the Asilomar website or Monterey Airbus for a shuttle service. International applicants may require a visa prior to arriving, for more information please see the US State Department website. If you require a letter of invitation, please contact us (psrc2019 "at" gmail.com) and include your name, address, and presentation title.
ADDITIONAL GUESTS - Additional adult guests cost $97.32 per night. Additional youth (3-12 years) guests cost $69.23 per night.
ADDITIONAL FEE - $20 Processing Fee per person
PAYMENTS FROM GUESTS - The total value of the reservation will be charged within 24 hours of booking
CANCELLATION POLICY - $100 per person will be deducted from all refunds to cover the cost of processing and handling for cancellations received by May 15, 2019. Regrettably, no refunds can be made for cancellations received on or after May 16, 2019.
Registration Now Open!
Registration for the 9th Pacific Symposium on Radical Chemistry is now open. Conference registration fees include Sunday evening welcome bonfire, conference dinner, poster session refreshments, and coffee break refreshments. Other meals during the conference are included in the price of nightly accommodations when your stay is booked through the conference room block. To receive conference pricing and meals, your stay can be booked here, or through the link on the accommodations page.
Early (Before April 1)
Regular (April 2 to May 15)
Late (After May 15)
Students and Post Docs
Poster abstract submissions are separate from registration. To submit an abstract click here.