EuroAnalysis

LCGC Europe

LCGC Europe, LCGC Europe-07-01-2007, Volume 20, Issue 7
Pages: 385

EuroAnalysis has established itself as the central forum for discussion and presentation of activities for analytical chemistry in Europe.

September 2007

EuroAnalysis XIV

Antwerp, Belgium

EuroAnalysis has established itself as the central forum for discussion and presentation of activities for analytical chemistry in Europe.

The fourteenth EuroAnalysis is being held from 9–14 September. It is organized by the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences, Division of Analytical Chemistry (EuCheMS–DAC), the Centre for Micro and Trace Analysis (MiTAC) of the University of Antwerp and the Flemish Chemical Society (KVCV), in collaboration with the Joint Research Centre — Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements (IRMM) of the European Commission.

Since the first edition of the conference was held in Heidelberg, Germany, 1972, EuroAnalysis has established itself as the central forum for discussion and presentation of up-to-date activities from across Europe in analytical chemistry. The emphasis of the fourteenth edition of EuroAnalysis will be placed on the essential role Analytical Chemistry plays in the preservation of mankind's natural and cultural environment.

The organizers hope to provide a stimulating scientific conference that allows attendees to get up-to-date on the latest developments in all branches of analytical chemistry by the formal and informal exchange of results and experiences.

To reinforce education on analytical sciences and to promote the participation of young scientists in the meeting, a number of half-day short courses will be organized in the weekend prior to the scientific conference itself. Participants to the courses will receive an official certificate.

For information and for registration details visit www.euroanalysisxiv.ua.ac.be

October 2007

Chromeleon International Users Symposium

Basel, Switzerland

Dionex Corporation will host its second Chromeleon International Users Symposium in October 2007. CIUS2007 takes place from 22–24 October in Basel, Switzerland, and will bring together a diverse set of Chromeleon users from across the globe. It will provide an opportunity for attendees to discuss their chromatography management experience, sharpen their Chromeleon skills and increase their functional knowledge about the software.

"Our first symposium was held in October 2005 and was a major success," said Dr Peter Jochum, Dionex vice-president of the Life Sciences Business Unit. He added, "More than 130 people attended and stated that they were looking forward to a similar event in the future. We have responded to this request and are looking forward to hosting our new event in October of this year."

The symposium will include a series of workshops, user presentations and posters, and presentations from Dionex experts.

For more detail, visit the company's website at http://www1.dionex.com/en-us/lp57909.html

16–19 August 2007

The Eleventh International and First Sino-Japan Bilateral Symposium on Electroanalytical Chemistry (11th ISEC and 1st SJBSEC)

Changchun, China

Contact: Bailin Zhang, The State Key Laboratory of Electroanalytical Chemistry and National Analytical Research Centre of Electrochemistry and Spectroscopy, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 5625 Renmin, Changchun 130022, China

tel: +86 431 8526 2430

fax: +86 431 8526 2430

e-mail: bizhang@ciac.jl.cn

website: http://isec.skleac.org

3–4 September 2007

Forensic Analysis 2007

University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK

Contact: Dr Mark Baron, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, LN6 7TS

tel: +44 1522 882000

fax: +44 1522 886026

e-mail: mbaron@lincoln.ac.uk

website: http://www.lincoln.ac.uk

17–21 September 2007

Modern Pharmaceutical Solids

Cracow, Poland

Contact: Marek Zakrzewki, Analytics, Aleksandrowska 24/13, Lodz, 91–120 Poland

tel: +48 42 496 69 56

fax: + 48 42 651 48 83

e-mail: ania@analytics-parm.com

23–26 September 2007

12th International Meeting on Recent Developments in Pharmaceutical Analysis

Hotel Hermitage, Island of Elba, Italy

Contact: Prof. Sandra Furlanetto, RDPA 2007 Secretariat, Dept Pharm Sci., University Florence, 50019 Sesto Fiorentino Fl, Italy

tel: +39 055 457 37 17

fax: +39 055 457 37 79

e-mail: secretariat@rdpa2007.com

Send your event details to cbuckett@advanstar.com