2015 - 63rd ASMS Conference in St. Louis: Post-Conference Info
64th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics
Mexican, German and Old West cultures combine to create an “only in San Antonio” experience. At the top of the list is the most visited site in Texas—the Alamo. This enduring symbol of courage and freedom is recognized around the world, but it’s only one of five historic Spanish missions in the city. Collectively, these incredible landmarks have been honored as the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas.
The ASMS Conference will be in the Henry B. González Convention Center conveniently located along the River Walk. In January 2016 the $325 million transformation of the center's east side will be complete. The conference will take maximum advantage of the "transformed" space
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All conference sessions and short courses will be at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, 200 Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205.
The conference program is coordinated by Vicki Wysocki (VP Programs), The Ohio State University. The schedule begins on Sunday, June 5 with tutorial lectures at 5:00 pm and the opening session and plenary lecture at 6:45 pm followed by a Welcome Reception in the poster/exhibit hall.
Monday through Thursday are full program days of concurrent oral sessions, poster sessions, and workshops. Poster sessions are scheduled 10:30 am to 2:30 pm to allow four hours of viewing. The program will conclude on Thursday, June 4 with a plenary lecture followed by a Closing Event at the City Museum (ticket required).
The participation of the ASMS Corporate Members is an integral part of the conference. A Corporate Member exhibit booth or hospitality suite provides access to over 6,500 scientists attending one of the most dynamic scientific conferences in the world. Information is available on the Exhibitors