The organizers of the 11ENC are pleased to announce that Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry is generously sponsoring Best Poster/Oral Awards at this year's meetings: Two awards in the value of 100 € each, in form of a Springer book voucher.
September 30, 2019
Abstract deadline for an Oral Presentation to be included in the Book of Abstracts
October 30 November 11, 2019
Abstract deadline for a Poster Presentation to be included in the Book of Abstracts.
November 15, 2019
Within this date, information will be given on the acceptance of oral presentations
Please remember that you must pay the reduced registration fee by November 20, 2019 or the normal fee by November 30, 2019. If no payment is made by these dates, then the abstract will not be included in the program and book of abstracts.
November 20, 2019
Deadline for Reduced Registration
November 30, 2019
Deadline for Normal Registration
December 1, 2019
December 7-8,11, 2019
December 9-11, 2019
All fees for the Congress registration should be paid in EUR (€). VAT is included in all fees. In case payment is made via bank transfer, please note that we must receive the full amount clear of all bank charges.
All cancellations must be notified in writing (by mail, fax or e-mail) to the Meeting secretariat according to the following conditions. Please note cancellations received:
Pat Sandra is known for his expansive knowledge across a wide spectrum of analytical techniques, blending the world of academia and private enterprise, and bringing separation science into the mainstream consciousness. He has combined analytical excellence,
innovation, and a unique gift for problem solving into a career which has lasted almost 50 years. Pat has written hundreds of publications in peer-reviewed journals and is a well-known speaker at prestigious events around the world.
He started his own chromatography group, the RIC group in Kortrijk, Belgium, that focuses on separation science and mass spectrometry. As a long-time professor at the Ghent University, from which he recently retired, he has supported
many scholarships and international cooperation with numerous universities and companies. Pat was also the driving force behind the popular symposium on capillary separation techniques that is organized biannually in Riva del Garda,
The Research Institute for Chromatography (R.I.C.) was founded in 1986 by Pat Sandra and has been involved in the development and promotion of chromatographic and mass spectrometric knowledge and know-how from the very start. R.I.C.´s mission is to transfer chromatographic and mass spectrometric knowledge and know-how. Ever since its foundation, the research activities and the method development projects have been situated in a broad range of application areas, such as such as (bio)chemistry, biotechnology, petro-chemistry, clinical chemistry, food, flavors and natural products, polymer sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, toxicology, environmental chemistry and life sciences. Parallel with these services, R.I.C. is offering total analytical solutions and is involved in instrumental innovations as such and in collaboration with manufacturers.
Philip Marriott is Professor in the School of Chemistry, Faculty of Science at Monash University. His previous academic appointments were at the National University of Singapore, Department of Chemistry, and RMIT University. This was preceded by a postdoctoral
position at the University of Bristol and a PhD in Chemistry (LaTrobe Univ., Melbourne). His main research activities are in Analytical Chemistry, with primary research interests in GC and MS, specifically in very high resolution comprehensive
2D GC (GCxGC) and multidimensional GC, with MS and other detectors. Research includes fundamental method development and a broad applications base – petrochemicals, essential oils, natural products, pollutants and pesticides, fatty
acids, and chiral analysis. Professor Marriott is recipient of an ARC Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award. He has recently been awarded a Special Visiting Researcher on a Brazil CNPq grant, administered by the Federal University
of Rio de Janeiro, in conjunction with the Agricultural Institute EMBRAPA on a project on coffee and natural oils.
Prior to this, he was awarded a World Class University (WCU) Distinguished Professorship, under the Korean Research Foundation, with Chung-Ang University, Seoul, and Australian Academy of Science professorial visits in collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Science to China, and to Portugal. He has published 368 journal papers, and 27 book chapters.
His Monash profile has a more complete research profile, activities, and publications, and a link to his Research Group webpage where a "GCxGC and MDGC tutorial" can be found.
Rasmus Bro is performing research on most aspect of chemometrics and in particular on multi-way analysis both from a theoretical and a practical point of view. He is heading an industrial research consortium, ODIN, focusing on Process Analytical Technology
(PAT) and has also started a new master of science in the same area. He has been an editor on Journal of Chemometrics for many years and is the author of a number of matlab toolboxes that are made available at www.models.life.ku.dk.
The Primary fields of research are Chemometrics , Data Mining, Multivariate Calibration, Classification. Multi-way Analysis , Exploratory Analysis Experimental Design, Fluorescence spectroscopy, Numerical Analysis , Spectroscopy, Metabonomics, Process Analytical Technology and gas chromatography.
Luigi Mondello is full Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Messina in Italy. He is co-president and co-founder of The Mediterranean Separation Science Foundation Training and Research Center, founder and Chief Operating Officer of Chromaleont S.r.l., a Society committed to the development of analytical instrumentation and software, as well as the training of PhD students and post-doctoral fellows from around the world.
His research is mainly focused on multidimensional instrumentation and dedicated software, LC, GC, SFC and hybrid combinations, mainly hyphenated to state-of-the-art MS. Advanced technologies are applied for the analytical characterization of complex and unknown samples, as well as for assessment of the impact of bioactive molecules on the biochemistry in living organisms. He has co-authored more than 400 scientific papers (h-index of 53 in Scopus database), and has shared research projects and collaborations with universities and corporations all around the world.
In recognition of the global visibility and innovation of his research, he has received several awards: HTC Award, COLACRO Medal, Silver Jubilee Medal, Liberti Medal, TASIAs, IFEAT Medal, GC×GC Lifetime Achievement, Golay Award, Robert Kellner Lecture Award, Dutton Award. The Analytical Scientist Journal has named Luigi Mondello to the “Power List” of the top 100 most influential people in the analytical sciences worldwide, and to the “Magnificent Tens” in the field of Separation Science.
Luigi Mondello is editor of Journal of Essential Oil Research, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Food Analytical Methods.
He splits his work time between research and seminars/meetings, as witnessed by over 1000 conference presentations, among which are 200 invited talks. He is permanent member of the scientific committee of international symposia (ISCC, ISEO, HTC, SIMCRO, COLACRO) and since 2012 he is Chairman of the International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC), featuring advances from leading academia and industrial experts in the field of miniaturized separation techniques, comprehensive chromatography and mass spectrometry, with an attendance of >700 participants from 43 countries.
Next Symposium (44th ISCC) will be held in 2020 in Riva del Garda, Italy, jointly with the 17th GC×GC Symposium.