Pittcom website lists technical programme sessions
technical programme sessions
The Pittcon programme committee has announced that the 2010 technical programme listing of sessions is now available on its website.
The technical programme, which begins on 28 February 2010 and closes on 4 March 2010, will consist of 62 symposia, 28 organised contributed sessions, 120 oral sessions, eight workshops, 45 conferee networking sessions and 88 poster sessions.
The company will provide conferees and exhibitors with password-only access to webcast versions of 10 selected symposia for 60 days after the end of the conference.
The selected symposia, listed below, will also be identified in the preliminary and final programmes.
The Sunday will cover the ultra-small and ultra-sensitive chemical imaging of cells and cell networks.
The Monday will include: microfluidic systems for proteomics; pushing the limits of chemical separations; advances in miniaturisation and nanotechnologies for analytical instrumentation; capillary HPLCs; and microtechnologies and nanotechnologies for ultra-sensitive bioanalysis.
Finally, the Tuesday will cover: microfluidics - recent progress towards the total analysis system, Part I and Part II; microfluidics - recent progress towards the total analysis system, Part II; ion mobility MS for polymer analysis; and techniques that will change healthcare in the 21st century.
Exhibiting at Pittcon video
A look at what Pittcon can offer exhibitors.
Conferee Networking is to be held at Pittcon at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from March 17-21, 2013.
The keynote lecture will address “How the Higgs Boson saved us from a cold, dark and lifeless universe.”
Pittcon organisers have announced listings for the 2013 Short Course programme which runs 16-21 March 2013.
Pittcon 2010 is pleased to announce the highlights of the 21st James L Waters Annual Symposium as a component of the Pittcon technical programme.