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The central theme of the ISEAC series of conferences is the innovative use of analytical methods for the investigation of environmentally relevant materials and problems.

Date: 17.06.2014 - 20.06.2014
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Lausanne, Switzerland
Contact: Chairman for Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Dr. Luiz Felippe de Alencastro
EPFL, Switzerland
Director of Central Environmental Laboratory
phone: +41 21 693 27 29
email: felippe.dealencastro@epfl.ch

Chairman for Food Safety
Prof. Dr. Markus Fischer
University of Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg School of Food Science
Director of the Institute of Food Chemistry
phone: +49 40 42838-4359
email: markus.fischer@chemie.uni-hamburg

Symposium coordination
Mrs. Sonja Desplos
P.O. Box 52
1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
phone +41 24 454 12 03
fax + 41 24 454 13 48
email: iseac38@bluewin.ch
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.iseac38.ch⁄

The programme of ISEAC38 will consist of invited lectures, oral contributions and poster sessions. Session topics will be either method-oriented or problem-oriented. In particular, we welcome contributions that cover the full range of the ISEAC scope: challenges from the environmental field, methods developed in the environmental domain and new insights through multidisciplinary interaction.
Your active participation is highly encouraged. Oral and poster contributions are welcomed on the following problems:
  • Detection and identification of organic pollutants and related compounds;
  • Sensitive determination and speciation of heavy metals and radionuclides in the environment;
  • Atmospheric pollution and related studies;
  • Indoor and outdoor degradation of cultural heritage materials;
  • Proteomics and metallomics-based studies;
  • (Eco)toxicology; or on the use of the following methods of investigation:
  • Organic and inorganic mass spectrometry;
  • X-ray and electron-beam based methods;
  • Electrochemical methods;
  • Biosensors;
  • Environmental sampling and sampling strategies;
  • REACH and related regulatory strategies;
  • Metrology, references materials; method validation.

Food safety: from agriculture to packaging distribution.


March 17,2014Submission of abstracts
March 31,2014Early registration at reduced fee

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