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September 1, 2009

LCGC Europe

LCGC Europe, LCGC Europe-09-01-2009, Volume 22, Issue 8
Page Number: 438

Euroanalysis 2009, which is organized under the umbrella of the Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS), has become a premier event for scientists to discuss and hear presentations on a broad spectrum of analytical techniques from a diverse range of applications. Euroanalysis aims to bring together analytical chemists from various fields to stimulate communication and strengthen networks in analytical sciences.

EUROANALYSIS 2009

Euroanalysis 2009, which is organized under the umbrella of the Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS), has become a premier event for scientists to discuss and hear presentations on a broad spectrum of analytical techniques from a diverse range of applications. Euroanalysis aims to bring together analytical chemists from various fields to stimulate communication and strengthen networks in analytical sciences.

Euroanalysis 2009 will be the fifteenth event in this series of conferences and will take place in Innsbruck, Austria, 6–10 September 2009. The conference will highlight current trends in all areas of analytical chemistry and demonstrate the key role of analytics for progress in science and technology. According to the motto "The Impact of Analytical Chemistry on Quality of Life" special emphasis will be given to the analysis in — and of — biological systems and ecological systems, bridging cutting-edge technology with demanding analytical problems. Furthermore, a special session will be devoted to Education in Analytical Chemistry.

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The scientific programme will consist of invited plenary and keynote lectures as well as oral contributions in parallel sessions and poster presentations. Topics in this year's programme include: Advances in Fast Analysis — Analysis for Sustainable Chemistry — Bioanalytics — Clinical Analysis — Education and E-Learning in Analytical Chemistry — Electroanalysis — Environment and Health — Food Quality and Analysis — Hyphenation and Multidimensional Techniques — Industrial Aspects — Mass Spectrometry and Spectroscopic Techniques — Material Properties and Analytics — Nanoanalytics — Process Analysis Technologies (PAT) — REACH — Sample Preparation — Sensor Technologies — Separation Science.

An international exhibition on instrumentation and services related to analytical sciences will form an integral part of the programme.

Half-day and full-day short courses will be offered in the areas of sample preparation, near infrared spectroscopy, quality of measurements, pattern recognition and experimental design. Participants will receive an official certificate.

Euroanalysis 2009 will take place in the convention centre Congress Innsbruck, which is close to the famous Old Town of Innsbruck. The city combines pulsating modern life with historic charm in the heart of the Alps. It is one of the main tourist attractions in Austria. Attendees from academia, industry and government research institutions are invited to participate in Euroanalysis 2009 and to take advantage of this forum for scientific exchange and networking.

Website: www.euroanalysis2009.at

E-mail (for participants): euroanalysis2009@come-innsbruck.at

E-mail (for exhibitors): ralph@medex.co.at

15 September 2009

LabLogic European User Group

Kenwood Hall Hotel, Sheffield, UK

Organizer: LabLogic Systems Limited

Contact: Huw Loaring

Address: 3 Melbourne Avenue, Sheffield, S10 2QJ, UK

Tel: +44 114 266 7267

Fax: +44 114 266 3944

E-mail: solutions@lablogic.com

Website: www.lablogic.com

17–18 September 2009

Big Prep 5

GlaxoSmithKline Medicines Research Centre, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK

Organizer: The Chromatographic Society

Contact: Ted Adlard

E-mail: e.adlard77@btinternet.com

Website: www.chromsoc.com

7 October 2009

The 14th Desty Memorial Lecture for Innovation in Separation Science

The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, UK

Organizer: Royal Institution

Contact: Peter Myers

Address: Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, L69 7ZD, UK

Tel: +44 151 795 2386

E-mail: peterm@liv.ac.uk

Website: www.rigb.org

8–9 October 2009

GPC/SEC Training Course

Mainz, Germany

Organizer: Polymer Standards Services

Tel: +49 6131 962 390

Fax: +49 6131 9623911

E-mail: info@polymer.de

Website: www.polymer.de

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