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The 14th biennial Winter Conference will be held at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort (www.hiltonelconquistador.com) in Tucson, Arizona (www.visitTucson.org). More than 600 scientists are expected, and over 300 papers on modern plasma spectrochemistry will be presented. Six plenary lectures and 24 invited speakers will highlight critical topics in 12 symposia.

Date: 08.01.2006 - 14.01.2006
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Tuczon, AC
Contact: Ramon Barnes
Phone: +1 413-256-8942
Fax: +1 413-256-3746
e-mail: wc2006@cem.umass.edu
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www-unix.oit.umass.edu⁄~wc2006⁄
Sponsor: x.ICP Newsletter


Symposium Features
 
  • Elemental speciation and sample preparation
  • Ecitation mechanisms and plasma phenomena
  • Flow injection and flow processing spectrochemical analysis
  • Glow discharge atomic and mass spectrometry
  • Laser ablation and breakdown spectrometry
  • Microwave atomic and mass spectrometry
  • Plasma chromatographic detectors
  • Plasma instrumentation, microplasmas, automation, and software innovations
  • Sample introduction and transport phenomena
  • Sample preparation, treatment, and automation; high purity materials
  • Spectrochemical chemometrics, expert systems, and software
  • Spectroscopic standards and reference materials, databases
  • Stable isotope analysis and applications
Also
 
  • Continuing Education Short Courses, Friday - Sunday, January 6-8
  • Manufacturer's Seminars. Friday - Sunday, January 6-8
  • 6th Annual Golf Tournament, Sunday, January 8
  • Plasma Spectroscopy Instrumentation Exhibition, Tuesday - Thursday, January 10-12
  • Six Provocative Panel Discussions, Daily
  • Workshops on New Plasma Instrumentation, Tuesday - Thursday, January 10-12
A significant part of the Short courses are related to Speciation Analysis, e.g.:
 
SA-04  Speciation Analysis Using ICP-MS and/or ES-MS January 6  Jörg Feldmann 
SA-11 Advanced Mass Spectrometry in Life Science. New Directions in Metallomics and Phosphor-proteomics January 7 J. Sabine Becker, J. Susanne Becker
SA-15  Speciation for Environmental Forensic Analysis: ICP-MS Isotope Dilution Course Equipping your Laboratory to Perform EPA Methods 6800 and 3200 fro Cr, Hg and Other Species January 6 H.M. Skip Kingston
SA-16  Determination of Inorganic Arsenic, Selenium and Chromium Species in Environmental and Industrial Samples January 8 Hakan Gürleyük, Russ Gerads
SI-09 Field Flow Fractionation ICP-MS January 7 Atitaya Siripinyanond
ST-05  Antimony in the Environment January 6, 
ST-11  Trace Element Speciation January 7 Oliver Donard 
ST-15 Metallomics Approaches for Speciation in Biological Samples January 7,  J.A. Caruso 
ST-18  Solid Phase Microextraction for Trace Element Speciation January 7  Zoltan Mester, Ralph Sturgeon 
ST-19: Speciated Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry for Species Sample Preparation and Analysis January 8 H.M. Skip Kingston 
ST-20 Metallomics and Selenoproteomics January 9  Ryszard Lobinski, Joanna Szpunar
 
 

Deadlines

July 15,2005Submission of abstracts
September 15,2005Submission of post-deadline posters
October 7,2005Papers










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