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This symposium is organized as a pre-symposium related to the XXXVI Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale, to be held in Budapest.
ISSEBETS has become a real trademark of a series of conferences covering a wide range of basic and applied speciation studies. Its interdisciplinary structure is based on a 17-year long tradition from the first symposium located in Bergen (Norway, 1991) through the countries Norway (Leon, 1994), Australia (Port Douglas, 1997), Canada (Whistler, 2000), Spain (Almuñécar, 2003), until the latest successful event in Poland (Bialowieza, 2006). ISSEBETS is characterized by the familiar atmosphere providing a perfect spot for direct acquisition of state-of-the-art scientific news and information on environmental chemistry, biology and medicine of trace element species.

Date: 28.08.2009 - 30.08.2009
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Symposium
Location: Eger, Hungary
Contact: Chairman: Prof. Péter Fodor
Address: Department of Applied Chemistry, Corvinus University of Budapest, H-1118 Budapest, Villányi út 35.
E-mail: fodor.peter@uni-corvinus.hu
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.issebets09.mke.org.hu⁄


Scope of the conference: 

  • speciation of essential and toxic elements in food
  • speciation of  essential and toxic elements in traditional drugs
  • designing functional foods through applied speciation
  • metallomics and metalloproteomics
  • metal species in health and disease
  • cycling of elemental species in the environment
  • speciation related regulations and legislation
  • metal environmental bioremediation
  • quality assurance of speciation analysis


Deadlines

April 30,2009Prolonged: Submission of abstracts
May 15,2009Notification of acceptance
June 15,2009Early registration at reduced fee










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