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The 17th European Conference on Analytical Chemistry: Euroanalysis will take place from 25—29 August 2013 at the Warsaw University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland.
The Warsaw University of Technology — the oldest technical university in Poland — was founded in 1826 and is conveniently located in central Warsaw, well served by both road links and public transport.
Euroanalysis aims to cover a broad spectrum of advances and improvements in analytical techniques in a diverse range of applications, including food, medicine, environmental, pharmaceutical and cultural heritage. A selection of the main topics to be discussed include: bioanalytical and electroanalytical chemistry; sample preparation and separation techniques; spectroanalytical techniques; micro- and nanoanalytics; biosensors and chemosensors; hyphenated techniques; analytical instrumentation development; and modern tools in teaching analytical chemistry.
Euroanalysis allows the dissemination of knowledge concerning modern analytical approaches and important techniques used in analytical control, as well as solving the challenging problems in life science applications. including genomics, proteomics and speciation analysis. The congress aims to create new links between scientists from different countries with different interests and allow young scientists to find new ideas and opportunities and meet prominent scientists from expert laboratories.
A number of guest speakers have been invited to give plenary lectures, including: Damia Barcelo, Chemical and Environmental Research Institute of Barcelona (CSIC) (Spain); Adam Hulanicki, Warsaw University (Poland); Roman Kaliszan, Medical University of Gdansk (Poland); Thomas Laurell, Medical and Chemical Microsensors, Lund University (Sweden); Mikhail Proskurnin, Moscow State University (Russia); Otto Wolfbeis, University of Regensburg, Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Chemo- and Biosensors, (Germany); and Juergen Popp — 2013 Robert Kellner Lecture awardee. Plenary sessions will be held in the Great Hall of the main building of the Warsaw University of Technology.
Presentations submitted as keynote lectures will be evaluated by external reviewers, and the decision of whether accepted oral presentations are nominated as keynote lectures will be decided by the scientific committee.
A key feature of the conference will be the award of the Polish Chemical Society Prize to an outstanding oral presentation. This will be awarded to an author who demonstrates excellence in the presentation of scientific achievements in the field of separation techniques. There are also three prizes (vouchers for Springer books) for the best poster presentations.
The organizers of Euroanalysis will sponsor several scholarships to attend the conference. Applicants must be Ph.D. candidates or academic post-docs, with a preference given to candidates studying at institutions in Europe.
Important deadlines include 15 May 2013 (abstract submission), 15 June 2013 (notification of abstract acceptance) and 15 July 2013 (early bird registration fee).
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