Topics Announced for Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques
Aug 02 2017 Comments 0
The organisers of the 15th International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Separation Technology (HTC-15) have announced the conference themes for their next event. Anyone wishing to present a Paper or Poster may submit an abstract via www.ilmexhibitions.com/htc. Early bird registration is also now available from the website.
Taking place at Cardiff City Hall from 24th to 26th January 2018, the presentations at HTC-15 will cover issues such as Big Data, sample preparation, separation science, green separations, clinical hyphenations, interfacing and ionisation, ion mobility - mass spectrometry (BMSS), metrology, data handling, microfluidics and many more. The speakers will address a wide variety of applications including energy, petroleomics, pharma, forensics, the environment, toxicology, drugs in sport, food and beverages.
The HTC events cover all fundamental aspects, instrumental developments and applications of hyphenated techniques. Over the three days of the conference there will be three parallel session, including one dedicated to early career researchers.
In addition to the core scientific programme, the symposium will host a technical exhibition at which instrumentation manufacturers and developers will present their latest technologies, software and applications related to the hyphenation of separation, detection and sample preparation. There will also be a number of poster presentations and technical seminars.
"With its rich history of successful meetings since 1990, HTC has delivered presentations from internationally renowned experts both from Industry and Academia and this upcoming event will be further enhanced through joint chairing of the Scientific Committee by Tom Lynch and Peter Schoenmakers," says HTC-15 Chair Professor John Langley.
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