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The ICFIA series since its first edition in 1989 in Orlando (USA), have been established as an international forum held every one or two years to discuss fundamental aspects and novel developments based on flow injection analysis and related techniques. The emphasis of the meeting will be focused towards developments in flow-based instrumentation, on-line sample treatment, new detectors, hyphenated techniques, miniaturization, and novel applications of flow injection techniques.

This conference series is also an excellent way to keep a knit community and to strength friendship among researchers in the area, and establish future directions and collaborations in a friendly and informal atmosphere. Apart from high-quality keynote and regular oral communications, we expect the participation of young students and researchers in our special young scientist sessions.

Date: 02.10.2016 - 07.10.2016
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Contact: 20th ICFIA Conference Secretariat

Laura Ferrer
Fernando Mayal
Group of Analytical Chemistry, Automation and Environment
University of Balearic Islands
Ed. Mateu Orfila, Ctra. Valldemossa Km7.5, 07122 Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Tel.: +34 971 17 34 92
E-mails: laura.ferrer@uib.es, fernando.maya@uib.es
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.icfia2016.org⁄

The scientific sessions of the conference will be balanced with an attractive social program. Palma and the whole island of Mallorca is one of the major touristic European destinations because its rich culture and heritage, nice Mediterranean weather, beautiful beaches and nature.


June 20,2016Submission of abstracts
July 15,2016Early registration at reduced fee

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