I've got three talks lined up, the slides for which I'll post after the event:
1. I'll be talking about "What's new and cooking in Open Babel?", as part of Rajarshi's CINF Flash talks on April 7 (Sunday) sometime between 12.30 and 2.00 in Room 350 (Morial Convention Center). I think Rajarshi is still accepting CINF Flash talks so get them in.
2. "Universal SMILES: Finally, a canonical SMILES string?"
This presents the work described in a recent paper.
DIVISION: CINF: Division of Chemical Information
SESSION: Public Databases Serving the Chemistry Community
DAY & TIME OF PRESENTATION: April 10 (Wed) from 8:35 am to 9:05 am
LOCATION: Morial Convention Center, Room: 350
3. "Roundtripping between small-molecule and biopolymer representations".
This describes some of the issues and challenges that have arisen in the development of the Sugar & Splice software, a toolkit for perceiving biopolymer structures, depicting them and converting them between formats.
DIVISION: CINF: Division of Chemical InformationTo any first-time ACSers reading this, don't miss the various CINF functions. (I seem to recall that they are not exactly easy to find in the printed programme but details as ever are on the webs.)
SESSION: Linking Bioinformatic Data and Cheminformatic Data
DAY & TIME OF PRESENTATION: April 09 (Tues) from 3:10 pm to 3:35 pm
LOCATION: Morial Convention Center, Room: 349