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The Eastern Analytical Symposium has gone virtual for 2020, making it easy for everyone to attend. We highlight a few of the talks and innovative sessions that you won’t want to miss.
Previewing the 2020 Eastern Analytical Symposium. The theme of this virtual event is “Analytical Science: Cornerstone of Innovation.”
The 2020 Eastern Analytical Symposium has gone virtual for 2020, and although we will miss the camaraderie of face to face interaction, the theme of this year’s conference “Analytical Science: Cornerstone of Innovation” indicates the strength of the separation sciences and the talks that you will not want to miss.
EAS Award Symposium for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry
This year, Susan Olesik from The Ohio State University is the EAS Awardee for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry. Best known for her chromatography as well as mass spectroscopy expertise, Olesik will present a plenary lecture entitled “The Fascinating Impact of Nanoscale Structure on Chromatography and Mass Spectral Ionization.” The full session for her award includes a group of separation scientist leaders, including University of Buffalo’s Luis Colón, University of Waterloo’s Janusz Pawliszyn, Lisa Holland from West Virginia University, and Jared Anderson from Iowa State University. Their talks will bring novel and innovative chromatographic and sample preparation technology presentations to the program at EAS.
Invited Talks: Green Chemistry, Forensics, Cannabis, Bioanalysis, Biologics, Pharmaceutical Analysis, and More
Invited speaker sessions are the strength of EAS; this year will be no exception. In two green chemistry sessions sponsored by the Chromatography Forum of the Delaware Valley, advances in sustainability using liquid and supercritical fluid chromatography along with the robust application of gas chromatography will be discussed. From reaction monitoring of pharmaceutical processes, the use of enhanced fluidity as a more sustainable solvent through the evaluation of alternative solvents in sample preparation followed by comments on volatile organic compound (VOC) emission testing, to embracing sustainable freshness and looking at more efficient gas chromatography processes, the direction is toward greener chromatographic systems. Additionally, invited presentations by experts on the challenges of cannabis testing, handwriting and drug analysis in the field of forensics, bioanalysis of sensitive and accurate biologic therapeutics and biomarker analysis, life cycle management of analytical methods, and pharmaceutical forensics for safe manufacturing, supply and counterfeit screening will contribute to the separation science scope of EAS.
New Technical Powerhouse Sessions on Hot Topics with Live Audience Virtual Roundtables
Of special note are the new invited technical powerhouse sessions, where leaders on the current hot topics of technical and industrial interest will speak, and attendees will have the opportunity to engage in virtual round table discussions with the experts, as well as fellow conferees. The hot separation topics in 2020 are “Impurities in the Pharmaceutical Industry” and “Analytical Challenges and Opportunities in Drug Product Development.”
EAS Separation Science Award Session
In the EAS Separation Science Award Session, 2020 awardee Joe Foley from Drexel University will tell us whether two columns are better than one, via a discussion on the hydrophobic subtraction model. Included in this session are a presentation by Isiah Warner of Louisiana State University (“Materials Approach to Separation Science”), a lecture by Andre Striegel from NIST (“Determination of Polymer Molar Masses when Using Mixed Solvents”), and “Capillary Columns Versus Traditional Packed Beds for Biomolecular Analysis,” presented by Mark Schure of Kroungold Analytical.
Contributed sessions will touch on a wide variety of applications used in the chromatographic world. Included are dozens of papers in sessions on tradition and innovation in bioanalytical and pharmaceutical analysis, as well as method development, instrumentation, and pharmaceutical applications in modern chromatography.
Presentations Available November 16 through December 31
The advantage of being virtual in 2020 is that all presentations are available from November 16 through December 31, 2020 for your viewing pleasure. Please join EAS on November 16th, and experience the latest developments in the field of separations.