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The NASTEC will be held at Laugarvatn. A beautiful little town ca 100 km from the capitol, Reykjavik. The scope of the NASTEC is trace element analysis, using atomic spectroscopy or other measurement techniques.

NASTEC is organized on a rotating schedule within the Nordic countries, but anyone interested from near or far is most welcome to participate. All participants are encouraged to present their scientific work with a lecture or poster.

A healthy analytical community depends on sound and steady recruitment of young analysts.. We, the organizers of the 19th NASTEC, do therefore especially welcome participation by students of analytical chemistry and other young analysts.

Date: 25.06.2007 - 29.06.2007
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Laugarvatn, Iceland
Contact: Helga Bjarnason
HH Conference Services.
Álagrandi 12, 107 Reykjavík, ICELAND
Tel: +354 552 7467
Fax: +354 552 7462
Mobile: +354 899 7467
e-mail: helga@conference.is
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.nastec.vevstugo.net


The program will include keynote lectures, by invited speakers, as well as shorter oral presentations and poster presentations by the participants. We invite people to present their work on one or more of the following topics:

  • Sample preparation
  • Sample introduction
  • Novel measurement techniques
  • Speciation
  • Miniaturization
  • Hyphenations
  • Chemometrics related to trace element analysis
  • Analytical quality related to trace element analysis


Papers on other aspects of trace element analysis and atomic spectroscopy are also welcomed.

For more infomation please download the
1st information flyer NASTEC 2007

Deadlines

March 15,2007Submission of abstracts
March 15,2007Registration at reduced fee










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