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Conference Presentations by Shu-Kun Lin

810 June 2009, Columbia University, New York City, USA
Biot Conference on Poromechanics. Session Chair Introduction
Title of the talk: "Gibbs Paradox and Stability of Porous Structures" (PDF format, Word format)

19 – 23 April 2009, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
IEEES-09, the 4th International Exergy, Energy and Environment Symposium American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Title of the talk: Information Theory and Sustainability

611 July 2008, São Paulo, Brazil
MaxEnt 2008. Invited Speaker
Title of the talk: "Gibbs Paradox and Similarity Principle"
Photos: Our hotel at Boracéia Beach; MaxEnt boating excursion

15
18 July 2002, Qingdao, China
International Symposium on Frontiers in Molecular Science 2002 (ISFMS2002)
Organizer
15-18 August 2001, Lanzhou, China
The 1st Worldwide Chinese Symposium on High Tech Chemistry (CHiTeC)
Member of the organizing committee
21-25 May 2001, Warsaw
Information Theory and its Applications to Biology, Finance and Physics (IT-Banach2001)
http://www.math.ku.dk/IT-Banach2001/
Invited speaker
Revised Information Theory and Similarity Principle
11-14 April 2001, Kwangju, South Korea
1st International Symposium on Macro-and Supramolecular Architectures and Materials (MAM-01): Biological and Sythetic Systems.
Invited speaker.
THE NATURE OF MOLECULAR RECOGNITION, SELF-ASSEMBLY  AND SELF-ORGANIZATION: REVISED INFORMATION THEORY AND THE RELATION OF ENTROPY, SYMMETRY AND DIVERSITY
(HTML form, PDF form)
Photos:  http://matlb.kjist.ac.kr/~mam/index-explorer/ie-index-content8.htm
1-5 April 2001, San Diego
Organizer of  the CINF sponsored symposium "Electronic Chemistry Publishing" at the Spring ACS meeting in San Diego (April 1-5, 2001).
15-19 October 2000, Chengdu, China
The Second International Symposium for Chinese Medicinal (ISCMC 2000)
Participate as a member of the organizing committee.
September 1-30, 2000 http://www.mdpi.org/ecsoc-4.htm 4th International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC-4), http://www.mdpi.org/ecsoc/, September 1-30, 2000
(Shu-Kun Lin is one of the organizers and the conference secretary)
June 25 - 28, 2000, Symposium on Entropy
Symposium on Entropy, at the Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme (Dresden), Germany
Participate as an observer for ENTROPY journal..
April 3 - May 5, 2000, on-line conference
Spring'00 CONFCHEM
An Opportunity for a First Chemistry Research Paper for College Students
October 12, 1999, Basel
One poster was presented at the New Swiss Chemical Society Fall Meeting:
Similarity Rule and Complementarity Rule
September 19-22, 1999 Moscow, Russia
NATO Advanced Research Workshop: Frontiers in Molecular Diversity: From Biology to Material Science. Contact: Prof. A.V. Eliseev, SUNY at Buffalo, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, 414 Hochstetter Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260 USA
(Fax: 1 716 645 2393 E-mail: eliseev@acsu.buffalo.edu)
Co-Director: Dr. Nikolai Zefirov, Moscow State University, Russia
URL: http://www.pharm.buffalo.edu/events/NATO_ARW/
Title of the invited talk: Similarity, Complementarity, and Molecular Diversity Assessment
September 15-17, 1999 Bangalore, India
The Drug Discovery Paradigm, NATIONAL SCIENCE SEMINAR COMPLEX, (Indian Institute of Science Campus)
Title of the invited talk: Ugly Symmetry, Beautiful Diversity: Theory and Application to Molecular Diversity Assessment and Exploitation for Drug Discovery
August 22-26, 1999 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
posters at the 218th ACS National Meeting August 22-26, 1999, New Orleans, Louisiana
October 7-9, 1998 Zurich, Switzerland Second Annual Conference on Strategies and Techniques for Identification of Novel Bioactive Compounds
Title of the invited talk: Molecular Diversity Preservation and Exploitation for Bioactivity Screenings
(Shu-Kun Lin is a member of the International Advisory Committee of this conference.)
September 1-30, 1998 http://www.mdpi.org/ecsoc-2.htm 2nd International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry (ECSOC-2), http://www.mdpi.org/ecsoc/, September 1-30, 1998
Title: Molecular Diversity Preservation and Exploitation: World-wide Chemical Samples Collection for Bioactivity Screenings
(Shu-Kun Lin is one of the organizers and the conference secretary of this conference.)
July 19-23, 1998, Taipei The First International Symposium for Chinese Medicinal (ISCMC 1998 Taipei),
Title of the invited talk: High Throughput Screening, Molecular Assessment and Preservation Strategies
(Shu-Kun Lin is a member of the International Scientific Advisory Committee of this conference. Due to visa problem, he did not attend this conference. )
March 29-April 2, 1998, USA 215th ACS National Meeting, Dallas, March 29-April 2 (1998)
Title of the talk:  Molecular diversity assessment and information theory. Also Book of Abstracts, 215th ACS National Meeting, Dallas, March 29-April 2 (1998), COMP-180. Publisher: American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C. CODEN: 65QTAA.
20-23 December 1997, Hong Kong Symposium on Frontiers of Chemistry - in Conjunction with the Second Conference for Worldwide Chinese Young Chemists (CWCYC-2), The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Poster: Indistinguishability Principle and Symmetry Principle.
October 15, 1997, Lausanne Four posters were presented at the New Swiss Chemical Society Fall Meeting:
Preserving Molecular Diversity for Drug Discovery.
Entropy of Mixing, Hydrophobic Effect and Protein Folding.
Gibbs Paradox of Entropy of Mixing.
Negative and Positive Temperatures of Static and Dynamic Aspects.
September 1 - 30, 1997, WWW Five posters are presented at ECSOC-1 August 17 - 22, 1997, Switzerland Three posters were presented at the 36th IUPAC Congress, Geneva:
Molecular Diversity Preservation Strategies: The MDPI Project.
Logarithmic Relation of Entropy and Symmetry.
The Nature of the Chemical Process. A New Information Theory.
March 17 - 23, 1997, USA Lin, S. -K. Symmetry Breaking Problem Resolved, The American Physical Society March 1997, Kansas City, MO, USA. Download the summary in html format. October 14 - 17, 1996, Switzerland

Molecules/MDPI Project: The First Chemistry Journal that Encourages Deposit and Distribution of Compound Samples and The First Nonprofit Organization that Collects and Registers all Chemical and Biochemical Samples, Second Annual Conference and Exposition of The Society for Biomolecular Screening.

August 25-29, 1996, USA

Lin, S. -K. Guide to the Deposit and Exchange of Compound Samples, ACS 212th National Meeting, Chemical Information Section and Chemistry and Law Section, Orlando, Florida, USA August 25-29, 1996.

Lin, S. -K. One-wedge convention of stereochemical representation, ACS 212th National Meeting, Chemical Education Section, Orlando, Florida, August 25-29, 1996. Download the paper in pdf format.

July 7 -12, 1996, Israel Five papers were presented at the World Congress of Theoretically Oriented Chemists (WATOC 96), Jerusalem, Israel, July 7-12, 1996.Download the following five abstracts (5pp) in pdf format:

Lin, S. -K. Understanding structural stability and process spontaneity based on the rejection of the Gibbs paradox of entropy of mixing, Abstract Book p. 106.
Lin, S. -K. The nature of the chemical process. 2. Mixing and separation, Abstract Book p. 174.
Lin, S. -K. The nature of the chemical process. 3. Self-organization in hierarchical structures, Abstract Book p. 175.
Lin, S. -K. The nature of the chemical process. 4. Formation of the chemical bond, Abstract Book p. 176.
Lin, S. -K. The nature of the chemical process. 5. Deformation in energy transduction, Abstract Book p. 177.

June 24-27, 1996, Switzerland MipTec96, Basel, June 24-27, 1996, Switzerland. April 9-13 1996, USA Three papers were presented at the Second International Congress on Theoretical Chemical Physics, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 9-13 1996:
Lin, S. -K. Negative Temperature of Electronic Motion in Atoms and Molecules.
Lin, S. -K. Informational Temperature Concept and the Nature of Self-organization.
Lin, S. -K. Gibbs Paradox of Entropy of Mixing: Experimental facts, Its Rejection, and the Theoretical Consequences.

Dr. Shu-Kun Lin, E-mail: lin@mdpi.org
Last change: 7 November 2008