Anakon 2015

  • Author/Organiser: W. Gössler, E. Leitner, H. Wiltsche
  • Event Website: http://www.anakon.at
  • Event Date: 23 March 2015 to 26 March 2015
  • Event Type: Exhibition & Conference
  • Venue: TU Graz, Austria

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The most important conference in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for the exchange of knowledge in all areas of analytical chemistry and related fields.

Analytical chemistry is used in the production of chemical, metallurgical and pharmaceutical products, household products, in the manufacture and control of food in the diagnosis in healthcare, environmental protection and quality assurance. Analysis is now an essential element of the knowledge discovery in all fields of science, technology and public life. It is an integral part of the technical innovation, production and protection of the public.

Topics

  • Imaging methods
  • Bioanalysis
  • Chemo-and biosensors
  • Element and species analysis
  • Pharmaceutical and clinical analysis
  • Sample preparation and separation techniques
  • Process analytics
  • Quality control
  • Environmental and food analysis


Confirmed Speakers

  • Kalcher, K. (Graz, AT)
  • Zenobi, R. (Zürich, CH)
  • Allmaier, G. (Wien, AT)
  • Feldmann, J. (Aberdeen, UK)
  • Leitner, A. (Zürich, CH)
  • Wegscheider, W. (Leoben, AT)
  • Krska, R., Leitner E. (Tulln, AT)

 

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