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The University of Ioannina and the National Technical University of Athens are delighted to organize the 11th International Conference on "Instrumental Methods of Analysis" (IMA-2019) in Ioannina, Epirus, Greece, 26-29 September 2019. IMA is a biannual series of conferences that started in 1999 and covers all areas of Chemical Analysis, including the development of new techniques, modern trends and applications in a wide range of scientific disciplines. To date many leading analytical chemists have presented their research at IMA meetings.

Date: 22.09.2019 - 25.09.2019
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Ioannina, Epirus, Greece
Contact: Prof. Triantafyllos A.D. Albanis
Lab. of Analytical & Environmental Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
University of Ioannina


Prof. Maria Ochsenkuehn-Petropoulou
Lab. of Inorganic & Analytical Chemistry
School of Chemical Engineering
National Technical University of Athens

ima2017@chemistry.uoc.gr
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.conferre.gr⁄congress⁄ima2019⁄


The scientific program will consist of keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations, given by a wide mix of scientists ranging from established academics and world leaders in analytical chemistry, all the way through to dynamic and ambitious graduate students. In addition, we aim to attract contributions from commercial organizations, including presentations of new instrumentation, new applications and assessment of future commercial trends and opportunities.


Some of the general themes that will be covered at IMA-2019 include current trends and developments in:
  • Spectrochemical, Electrochemical, Chromatographic, Mass Spectrometric, Microscopic and Thermal analysis methods
  • Proteomics, Metabolomics, Metallomics and Elemental Speciation Analysis
  • Chemical- and bio- sensors
  • Field analysis - Mobile analytical instruments
  • Miniaturized analytical systems (Lab-on-a-Chip), micro- and nano- fluidics
  • Immunoassays, Electrophoretic separation techniques
  • Sampling techniques and strategies
  • Sample handling and preparation
  • Robotics and Automation, Quality control-quality assurance in analysis, Metrology
  • Environmental, Biomedical, Pharmaceutical, Food, Forensic and Materials Analysis (Nanomaterials, Smart/Advanced Materials), as well as Archaeometry
  • Analytical chemistry markets and possibilities for commercialization

Deadlines

July 25,2019Extended: Submission of abstracts
July 25,2019Extended: Early registration at reduced fee










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