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The 6th International Conference "Instrumental Methods of Analysis-IMA" is a five-day scientific meeting covering all areas of modern trends and applications of Chemical Analysis.

Date: 04.10.2009 - 08.10.2009
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Athens, Greece
Contact: IMA 2009 Secretariat

Attn. Ms Athina Gkika
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Department of Chemistry
Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry
Athens, Greece

Fax +30-210.7274750
E-mail: ima2009@chem.uoa.gr
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.chem.uoa.gr⁄IMA2009⁄IMA_01_homepage1.ht

The scientific program includes:

Plenary and keynote lectures, which will provide an up-to-date presentation of modern trends of the Instrumental Methods of Analysis, as well as of related subjects of general interest.

Contributed papers describing original research work will be presented as posters in order to promote efficient discussion on new scientific ideas and results. Workshops on state-of-the-art analytical techniques and applications will be incorporated within the programme.

Topics to Be Covered

Current trends on spectrochemical, electrochemical, chromatographic, microscopic and thermal analysis methods, hyphenated techniques, speciation analysis, bioanalytics, trends on sample handling and preparation, chemical and bio-sensors, field analysis / mobile analytical instruments, laboratory information management systems (LIMS), miniaturized analytical systems (chips), robotics and automation, quality control / quality assurance on analysis, commercial developments and markets, flow and micro-flow methodologies, immunoassays, electrophoretic separation techniques, sampling techniques and strategies.

Applications are expected to include topics of interest in environmental, biomedical (clinical, ecotoxicological), pharmaceutical, material science (nanomaterials) and industrial analysis.

Contributions from commercial organizations are encouraged, including detailed descriptions of new instrumentation, specific applications and assessment of future commercial trends and opportunities.


May 29,2009Submission of abstracts
May 29,2009Early registration at reduced fee
June 30,2009Notification of acceptance

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