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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

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For the first time, these three well known conferences will be organized in one joint event. Starting on 20.03.2018 the users of Plasma Spectrochemical Instrumentation will meet. Traditionally, a full overview of the American Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry 2018 will be presented to all those who were not able to participate. Subsequently, the users will exchange their experiences and new findings of their applied research work. The conference language will be predominantly German.

Date: 20.03.2018 - 23.03.2018
National/International: National
Language: German/English
Type: Conference
Location: Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) Berlin, Germany
Contact: Program Secretary
Gerhard Schlemmer
Am Kirschberg 36
99423 Weimar
Phone: +49(3643)772605
Mobile: +49(171)9568922
e-mail: gerhard.schlemmer@t-online.de
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄bam.meetingmasters.de⁄esas_canas2018

Conference Topics
  • Optical Atomic Spectrometry Atomic absorption, atomic emission, atomic fluorescence
  • Elemental mass spectrometry
  • Molecular mass spectrometry with novel plasma excitation sources
  • X-ray spectrometry
  • Laser based spectroscopy
  • Sample preparation and sample introduction
  • Solid sampling techniques
  • Species analysis
  • Metrology and quality assurance

Scientific Program

ESAS/CANAS will present key-note lectures, contributed oral presentations, and posters. Prime times in the program will be dedicated to poster viewing and discussion. Awards for outstanding poster presentations will emphasize the importance of this kind of scientific communication.

Renowned scientist agreed to present their most recent research results:
  • Maria Montes Báyon, Oviedo, Spain: Medical application of ICP-MS
  • Daniel Pröfrock, HZG, Geesthacht, Germany: Progress in elemental analysis of environmental samples using ICP-MS
  • Jörg Bettmer, Oviedo, Spain: From Single Particle to Single Cell ICP-MS: Developments and Applications
  • Erik Björn, Umea, Sweden: Mercury determinations in environmental samples – current possibilities and challenges
  • Jörg Feldmann, Aberdeen, GB: The new role of ICPMS in speciation analysis
  • Steven Ray, Buffalo, NY, USA: New plasma excitation sources for atomic and mass spectrometry
  • Jake Shelley, Troy, NY, USA: Elemental, small molecule, and biopolymer detection with a single plasma source
  • Uwe Karst, Münster, Germany: Addressing medical challenges with multimodal imaging and speciation analysis
  • Eva Kovacz-Szeles, Budapest, Hungary Nuclear material with ICP-SFMS
  • Eva Krupp, Aberdeen, GB Natural Nanoparticles: from petrochemistry to pilot whales
  • Stanislaw Musil, Prague, Czech Republic: Chemical Vapor Generation for Speciation Analysis
  • Barbara Wagner, Warsaw, Poland LA-ICP-MS imaging of historic documents

Oral presentations (20 minutes including time for discussion) as well as poster presentations, which address the topics listed above, should be submitted in electronic form on-line.


December 13,2017Extended: Submission of abstracts
December 21,2017Notification of acceptance
January 10,2018Early registration

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