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HTC 15 Cardiff: 24th-26th January, 2018
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The 15th International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Separation Technology, will be the premier conference in this field of separation techniques in 2018. With its rich history of successful meetings since 1990, HTC will be hosted at Cardiff City Hall in the heart of the capital city of Wales. The conference has always delivered presentations from internationally renowned experts both from Industry and Academia combined and this will be further enhanced in this edition through joint chairing of the Scientific Committee by Tom Lynch and Peter Schoenmakers.
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As previously, HTC-15 covers 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 (ECRs). The organisers have also secured significant sponsorship for these sessions so please apply for this support here. Please check the website regularly for updates on the programme and these sessions.
Besides the core scientific programme, the symposium will host an attractive technical exhibition where companies active in the field will present their latest developments in instrumentation, software and applications related to the hyphenation of separation, detection and sample preparation techniques topped with technical seminars.
HTC are currently looking for speakers for the conference programme and the call for papers is now open. Please submit your abstract(s) as soon as possible and by 30th September latest.
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Confirmed Plenary Lectures will be:
Professor Tuulia Hyötyläinen , Örebro University, Sweden
Professor Rob Beynon, University of Liverpool, UK
Professor Peter Schoenmakers, University of Amsterdam
Knox Medal Award
Supported by numerous scientific sessions the conference will also be supported by a focused exhibition. For further information please contact the following:
For general questions - Professor John Langley G.J.Langley@soton.ac.uk
For questions regarding Bursaries - email@example.com
If you are interested in Exhibiting- please contact David Hellyer firstname.lastname@example.org
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