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||Announcements of conferences, symposia, workshops, meetings, and other upcoming activities.
12–18 September 2005
The International Congress on Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Analysis, (AC&CA-05), is to be held 12–18 September 2005 in Kiev, Ukraine. The congress is part of a series of Ukrainian conferences on analytical chemistry established in the 1950s by the Ukrainian Chemical Society. It is the first international congress on analytical science in Ukraine since Ukraine gained its independence. The congress is sponsored by IUPAC and organized by the Ukrainian Chemical Society and the Scientific Council of Analytical Chemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in collaboration with the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the Federation of European Chemical Societies. The congress is being held during the centenary of Anatoly Babko—the founder of modern analytical chemistry in Ukraine. Leading experts from research, development, and industry have been invited to deliver the main lectures. However, anyone with an original contribution to offer on the subject is invited to participate as well.
All main scientific topics of analytical and bioanalytical sciences will be covered by the congress program; including methods and objects of the analysis, separation and pre-concentration, sensors and multisensor systems, pharmaceutical analysis, lab-on-a-chip and miniaturization, analytical techniques for detection of potential terrorist objects, sample preparation and analysis intensification, history and teaching methodology. AC&CA-05 will also include a special symposium—the Russian-German-Ukrainian conference in analytical chemistry (ARGUS-9). The congress has two main tasks: to survey the status of Ukrainian analytical science, and to bring together top scientists and analytical engineers.
The deadline for abstracts and early registration is 1 May 2005.
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