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HTC-13 will run conjointly with the 3rd Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques for Sample Preparation (HTSP-3), because of the critical importance of sample preparation techniques in combination with chromatographic approaches and separation techniques in general. HTSP-3 will start 1 day before HTC-13 (on January 28th 2014) and both symposia will overlap on the Wednesday.

Date: 28.01.2014 - 31.01.2014
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Bruges, Belgium
Contact: HTC Conference
Site Oud Sint-Jan, Mariastraat 38
B-8000 Brugge, Belgium
Freephone:+1 800 603 6035
Telephone:+1 800 603 6035
FAX:+1 800 889 9898
E-mail:info@htc-conference.org

Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.htc-conference.org⁄


HTC-13 will cover all fundamental aspects, instrumental developments and applications of hyphenated chromatographic techniques.These include hyphenation between chromatography and detection systems (with focus on mass spectrometry), multi-column (multi-dimensional) chromatography, and the coupling between sample-preparation and separation techniques.Many aspects of chromatography will be addressed, including automation and robotization, miniaturization and microfabricated analytical devices, high-pressure and high-temperature LC, and new detection techniques.

For HTC-13 the terminology “Hyphenated Chromatographic Analyzers” has now been adapted to “Separation technology” to emphasize the importance of also non-chromatographic separation techniques and the hyphenation thereof to a multitude of detectors, online-assays, advanced data interpretation, etc.

HTC-13 will be covering both fundamental subjects as innovative applications based on the most innovative hyphenated techniques, which will be reflected in the 3 parallels sessions which will come to pass throughout the congress. An overview of the main topics which will be covered during this congress is given here:

  • Fundamental strategies forthe hyphenation of modern separation techniques with sample preparation and advanced detection systems.
  • Emerging detection strategies compatible with current separation techniques
  • The marriage of hyphenated techniques with process analytical technology
  • Applications in life sciences, including pharmaceutical analysis, biosystems research, and bio-analysis
  • Relevance in food science, including the analysis of contaminants and residues and of flavor and fragrances
  • Sustainable society, including environmental science
  • Clinical and/or Forensic applications
  • Chemometrics and data-analysis
  • Chemical and Petrochemical industry
  • New developments in column technology
  • Hyphenated techniques for Natural products, Flavors and Fragrance analysis
  • Applicability in Omics (metabolomics, proteomics, lipidomics, …)
  • Hyphenated techniques and polymers analysis.

Deadlines

September 15,2013Submission of abstracts for oral presentations
December 1,2013Submission of abstracts for poster presentations
December 1,2013Early registration at reduced fee
January 5,2014Submission of abstracts for late poster presentations ( (no guarantee on inclusion in book of abstracts)










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