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On behalf of the Organizers, I have a great pleasure to announce the 2013 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, which will take place on February 10 - 15, 2013 in Krakow, Poland.

The conference would be chaired by Joanna Szpunar (Laboratoire de Chimie Bio-Inorganique et Environnment, CNRS UMR 5254, Pau, France) and co-chaired by Paweł Kościelniak (Analytical Chemistry Department, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland).

The conference would be focused on the major topics of the analytical plasma spectrochemistry, such as: fundamentals and instrumentation, sample introduction techniques into plasma, stable isotope analysis, laser ablation and elemental imaging, elemental speciation, applications of plasma spectrometry, quality control and validation methods. New topics may be introduced and the final programme will be set up following the advice of the external scientific committee.

Date: 10.02.2013 - 15.02.2013
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Krakow, Poland
Contact: Secretary:
Stanislaw Walas,
Faculty of Chemistry,
Jagiellonian University,
Ingardena St. 3, PL-30-060 Krakow, Poland
Tel: +48 12 663 22 33
Fax: +48 12 663 22 32
e-mail: ewcps@chemia.uj.edu.pl
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www2.chemia.uj.edu.pl⁄ewcps⁄index.html

A number of short courses organized by world leading scientists and manufacturers' seminars will be proposed to the participants. An exhibition of instruments and equipment manufactures and publishers of scientific literature will be organized. In addition to the scientific program, a wide range of social programs will be available. It will include a one-day trip to Zakopane, which is a reach of folklore and original nature town situated at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. Participants will be also invited to take part in a guided sightseeing of Krakow Old Town. The choice of the venue is a result of the growing popularity of plasma spectrometric techniques in the Central Europe. It would be the first European Winter Plasma meeting in this part of the continent and as such is likely to attract participants from countries under-represented at the previous conferences. For other participants it is expected to be an opportunity to learn more about plasma spectrochemistry related scientific activities in this part of Europe. Krakow is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities of Central Europe included by UNESCO in the list of World Heritage Sites. Throughout centuries it has grown to be a symbol of Polish tradition, culture and national identity. The city throve in the Middle Ages leaving impressive traces of its splendour and wealth: the Old Town with the largest mediaeval market square in Europe, the beautiful Wawel Royal Castle, Mariacki Church with the bugle-call from its tower, colourful and crowded Main Market Square with pigeons, florists, vivid stalls of the Cloth Hall, museums and galleries and the famous Jagiellonian University - Alma Mater Cracoviensis - founded in 1364. Antique buildings and reputable theatres unite there with the newest art and architecture trends. Krakow as a metropolis with 850-thousand population, combines tradition with modernity and the intertwining influences of different cultures and periods make it extremely compelling.


September 30,2012Submission of abstracts
October 30,2012Notification of acceptance
November 30,2012Early registration at reduced fee

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