The 2005 meeting will be held at the Centre de congres de Quebec, Canada, October 9 - 13, 2005
The meeting will kickoff with "Adventures in Chemical Analysis" by Professor Richard Zare of Stanford University.
The Thursday plenary "Analytical Instrumentation as a Science Driver: The Case of Mass Spectrometry" will be presented by R. Graham Cooks of Purdue University.
Each day will begin with a plenary session by an internationally recognized speaker and/or FACSS award winners. There will be eight concurrent sessions composed of poster and oral presentations throughout the rest of each day. Submitted contributions will be distributed among the spaces available for high profile poster and oral presentations.
Prizes will be awarded daily for outstanding poster presentations.
Contributed original research papers are invited from all areas of analytical chemistry and spectroscopy.
Cutting edge organized symposia include:
- Atomic Spectroscopy
- Homeland Security
- Laser Spectroscopy
- Mass Spectrometry
- Molecular Spectroscopy (Raman, IR, Near IR, and Luminescence)
- Process Analytics
*Lab-on-a-chip session will focus on device technologies, micro/nano-fabrication platforms, and enabled life science applications that combine on-chip lab functions from sample mixing to reaction chambers to transport to detection to analysis and synthesis on a chip. Co-hosted by the 'Lab-on-a-chip' section of SPIE.