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– On current aspects of analytical chemistry

Future of Analytical Chemistry

Three minute presentations from PhD students


Developments within the science of analytical chemistry are key to many aspects of our modern society. This two-day seminar brings an opportunity to listen to ongoing research and current practices of analytical chemistry with examples from the entire width of the field.

PhD-students are invited to give “Flash presentations” and all participants are welcome to contribute with questions to lecturers and in the panel discussion titled “Future of analytical chemistry”.

Fees: Free of charge
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Three minute presentations from PhD students
Upload of abstracts, the form is closed and send your abstract via e-mail to Agneta Sjögren
Annual proceedings of Analytical Division 4th May at 12:00


(Updated 30 April)

3rd May

08.30 Introduction chair Charlotta Turner
08.40 Current topics in contemporary bioanalytical electrochemistry
Andrew Ewing, University of Gothenburg
09.30 Analytical chemistry in court: evaluating data as evidence
Jonas Malmborg, Sweden National Forensic Centre, NFC
10.00 Coffee
10.15 Flash presentations: PhD projects PhD students. chairs – Charlotta/Jonas
Tho Nguyen, University of Gothenburg
Mark Dennis, Uppsala University and Kabi Fresenius
Kim Long Le Vo, University of Gothenburg
Bhagya Kolitha, Uppsala University
Sandy Abujrais , Uppsala University
Amina Souihi, Stockholm University
Leonidas Mavroudakis, Uppsala University
10:45 The future of analytical chemistry, Charlotta Turner
11.20 Fossil or biogenic? Origin revealed in new 14C-laboratory
Conny Haraldsson, RISE, Borås
11.50 Q&A
12.00 End of day 1

4th May

08.30 Introduction chair Jonas Bergquist
08.35 What is measurement quality?
Eskil Sahlin, RISE, Borås
09.00 Quantitation in non-targeted LC-MS
Anneli Kruve, Stockholm University
09.30 Coffee
09.50 Quality in doping control
Mikael Hedeland, Uppsala University and Anton Pohanka, Karolinska University Hospital
10.20 Challenges and pit-falls in analyte identification
Ingrid Ericson Jogsten, University of Örebro and Jerker Fick Umeå University
10.50 EuChemS-DAC sample preparation study group and network
Elia Psillakis, Technical University of Crete
11.20 Panel discussion: The future of analytical chemistry
Moderator – Anne Farbrot
11.50 Summary and end of symposium
12.00 Annual proceedings Analytical division, SCS