The 2017 AOCS Annual Meeting Program Committee encourages you to submit an abstract for review and consideration.
The meeting program will feature invited presentations by leading industry experts, as well as volunteer oral and poster presentations.
Invited speakers should submit at their earliest opportunity.
The submission site is now closed. If you are still interested in presenting, please contact Donna Elbon for options.
Organizers are seeking presentations in the following interest areas:
- Cannabinoid Analytics
- Edible Applications Technology
- Health and Nutrition
- Industrial Oil Products
- Lipid Oxidation and Quality
- Lipid Structure
- Protein and Co-Products
- Surfactants and Detergents
- Technology Showcase
(Industry Showcase Partners Only)
Dates to Remember
|November 2, 2016||
Review and selection process starts
|January 16, 2017||Abstract submission site closes|
|Late January 2017||Confirmation to accepted authors|
|April 19, 2017||Abstracts will be availabe online to meeting participants*|
*Notify AOCS by April 1 if you do not want your abstract released early.
Travel Grants and Funding Available
The European Section, Industrial Oil Products Division, and Protein and Co-Products Division all offer funding assistance through travel grants to attend the AOCS Annual Meeting. Please visit the respective webpages for guidelines on available programs.
AOCS, Divisions, and Sections also offer a variety of awards, including travel reimbursement and honorariums, for presenters at the AOCS Annual Meeting. Please visit the Awards Page for guidelines, applications, and other details.
Registration and Travel Expenses
All accepted authors are required to register for the AOCS meeting, pay the registration fee, and attend the meeting to present. Each presenter is also responsible for his/her travel and accommodation expenses, unless written confirmation of funding assistance is provided by the inviting Session Chair. Registration and housing are now open.
Hot Topics Symposia
The AOCS Program Committee is accepting proposals for sessions to be presented as part of the Hot Topics Symposia. Learn more...