Founded in 1954, The Coblentz Society is the largest North American society dedicated to the advancement of vibrational spectroscopy. Through the voluntary efforts of its members, the Society supports international scientific conferences and educational activities, creates symposia for research presentations, provides social activities to stimulate informal discussion, and recognizes excellence in vibrational spectroscopy through sponsored awards (the Coblentz, Craver, Williams-Wright, and Lippincott Awards). The Society also supports the development of future spectroscopists through Coblentz Student Awards, administration of the William G. Fateley Student Award, and mentoring programs at SciX. The Society offers practitioners of vibrational spectroscopy the opportunity to network and contribute to the spectroscopy community. The Coblentz Society is a technical affiliate of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy.
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