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The organisers of the 34th edition of the Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale (CSI XXXIV) kindly invite you to attend this outstanding scientific conference.

Since the first one in this series (France, 1949), CSI has established itself as the premier forum for presentation and discussion of new developments in all branches of analytical spectroscopy. The aim of this conference is to allow spectroscopists from around the world to enhance contacts and exchange experiences.

Date: 04.09.2005 - 09.09.2005
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: University of Antwerp, Belgium
Contact: University of Antwerp (UA), Dept. Chemistry, MiTAC
CSI2005 Conference Secretariat
Campus Drie Eiken, Universiteitsplein 1
BE-2610 Antwerp-Wilrijk, Belgium
tel: +32-3-820.23.43, fax: +32-3-820.23.43
e-mail: Luc.Vantdack@ua.ac.be
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.csixxxiv.ua.ac.be

Aims and scope

Following the tradition of the preceding CSI conferences, emphasis will be on new developments and applications of spectroscopy in analytical chemistry.  We hope to provide you with an interesting scientific programme and to organise a conference that will stimulate collaboration and exchange of experiences and information.


The programme will consist of invited plenary lectures, oral contributions in parallel
sessions introduced by invited speakers, and poster sessions.
Your active participation and contributions are highly appreciated. Oral and poster
contributions are welcomed on subjects within the scope of the conference, namely:
Spectroscopic techniques and methodologies, including:

  • Atomic plasma spectrometry (ICP, GD, AAS, etc.)
  • Molecular spectroscopy (UV-Vis, NMR, Raman, IR, etc.)
  • Organic and inorganic mass spectrometry
  • X-ray spectrometry (XRF, XRD, XANES, PIXE, etc.)
  • Hybrid techniques
  • Laser technologies
  • Imaging techniques
  • Quality control and chemometry
  • Applications of spectroscopy, e.g. in:
  • Materials and industrial processes
  • Environmental and geochemical analysis
  • Archaeometry and cultural heritage
  • Biological and food analysis
  • Clinical and pharmaceutical analysis
  • Speciation
  • Micro, surface and interface analysis
  • Mass spectrometry in post-genomics and proteomics
  • On-line analysis
  • Miniaturisation and nano-technology
  • Actinides in the environment


May 3,2005Extended: Submission of abstracts
July 31,2005Early registration at reduced fee

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