EuroAnalysis is a broad-spectrum conference on analytical chemistry held by the Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS). EuroAnalysis is a forum of the EuCheMS member societies for the analytical chemists from academia, governance and industry. The conference is given every second year, and the venue is rotated between all European countries. EuroAnalysis brings together 500 to 700 participants from all over the world. The previous meetings have taken place in Bordeaux (2015), Warsaw (2013) and Belgrade (2011).
EuroAnalysis 2017, the XIXth European Conference in Analytical Chemistry will be held in Stockholm in Aula Magna at Stockholm University, 28th of August to 1st of September 2017. EuroAnalysis 2017 is jointly organized by the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the Swedish Chemical Society and the Swedish Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
At EuroAnalysis 2017 in Stockholm, several prestigious awards established by the EuCheMS society will be awarded, including the Robert Kellner Lecture (RKL) and the DAC-EuCheMS Award. The scientific program includes 10 plenary lectures, four parallel sessions over three days including 10 invited keynote lectures as well as oral presentations, poster sessions, poster pitches in plenary style, vendors’ exhibitions, vendors’ lunch seminars, short courses, panel discussions, and a social program (get together at Aula Magna and conference dinner at Soliden, Skansen).
Young researchers will be offered low registration fee. There will be awards devoted for young scientists, as well as special sessions with attractive program for young scientists.
EuroAnalysis, all since it started in 1972, has established itself as the premier European meeting for discussion and presentation of analytical chemistry in a global sense covering a broad spectrum of advancements in analytical technologies as well as their applications in various and challenging fields.
For coming meetings we would like to add a new part that will be adress as a subject of interest. That is the use of technology in the chemistry and healthcare work. With the use of m2m (read more here www.netmorem2m.com) there are new ways to monitor the work. Within healthcare you can keep track at for example diabetes or use robots as assistants. This can also be applied in the world of chemistry and we hope that this can be discussed at future euroanalysis meetings.