Spring SciX 2018

Spring SciX 2018 will take place at the Technology and Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland April 17-20, 2018.

Spring SciX is a UK-based meeting of the successful SciX series, covering a wide range of analytical chemistry research, with a focus on early career researchers. Join leaders in the analytical sciences as they present progress on emergent topics, meet with exhibitors, and networks over four days in Glasgow. 

Program

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Keynote address - Professor Chris Elliott, Pro Vice Chancellor, Queens University Belfast

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"The Major Role of Analytical Chemistry in Protecting the Integrity of the Global Food System"

Abstract Submission

Submissions now closed.

Oral sessions

Deadline extended-- Abstract submissions are now CLOSED.

Poster sessions

Deadline extended-- Abstract submissions close 28 February 2018.

Registration

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Topical areas

Spring SciX will highlight progress on emergent research topics related to analytical chemistry, including molecular spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, infrared (IR) spectroscopy, surface plasmon resonance (SPR), process analytical chemistry, fluorescence, bioanalytical and biomedical, and analytical sciences. In addition, Spring SciX aims to provide Early Career Researchers an opportunity to share their work and present their vision for the future of the field. 

SciX Advisory Board

Michael Hughes (University of Surrey), Glen P. Jackson (West Virginia University), Bernard Lendl (Vienna University of Technology), Mark P. Barrow (University of Warwick), Richard Crocombe (Consultant), Katherine Bakeev (B&W Tek), Michael George (University of Notthingham), Ian Lewis (Kaiser Optical Systems), Karen Faulds (University of Strathclyde), Francois R. Doucet (Elemission), John Chalmers (Consultant), Joanna Denbigh (University of Salford), Pavel Matousek (Rutherford Apleton Laboratory), Duncan Graham (University of Strathclyde), Yukihiro Ozaki (Kwansei Gakuin University), Peter Hamilton (GlaxoSmithKline), Zoe Ayers (University of Warwick), Sulaf Assi (Bournemouth University), Keely Bergqvist (Bristol-Myers Squibb)

Local Organizing Committee

Steven Asiala. Karen Faulds, Michael George, Kirsten Gracie, Duncan Graham, Lauren Jamieson, Stacey Laing, Samuel Mabbott, Gillian Neeson