Advances in GC IV
30th October 2013 (First Announcement)
LGC Ltd, The Heath Business Park, Runcorn, Cheshire
Joint meeting organised by The Chromatographic Society and the North West Region of the Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
After the success of the 2011 meeting we are pleased to announce another follow up meeting in the series.
GC is still technique of choice for analysing both volatile and semi volatile compounds, but as we move to more difficult matrices, more is being asked of the technique in terms of separation and limits of detection. The meeting sets out to both give an overview of current GC technologies and methodologies, information on newer detection/separation solutions and case studies from all the main user areas.
In parallel to the full meeting program will be an Instrument exhibition with representatives from all the major GC Instrument and Consumables Suppliers.
For more information please contact Alan Handley.
Tel 01928 513681
Advances in GC IV – Topics and Speakers
09:15- 09:50 Registration ,Coffee and Exhibition
09:50-10:00 Opening and Welcome
Alan Handley (LGC Ltd)
10:00-10:40 Sample Preparation solutions for Gas Chromatography
Ray Perkins (Anatune)
10:40-11:20 Column Selection – there more to life than a boiling point column
Jaap de Zeeuw (Restek)
11:20 –12:00 Demystifying Comprehensive GC
Prof Jean-Francois Focant (University of Liege)
Exhibition and Lunch
14:00 -14:40 A fresh approach to managing GC in your Laboratory
Greg Johnson (Thermo Fisher)
14:40 – 15:20 Exploring the extra dimension – Getting more out of your GC Analysis
Ken Brady (Agilent)
15:20 – 15:35 Coffee
15:35 – 16:05 What has Deconvolution ever done for us?
Neil Owen (Givaudan UK Ltd)
16:05 – 16:35 Are GC techniques comparable to the human nose?
Lewis Jones (Mars Waltham)
16:35 Close of meeting
Registration (Includes all sessions, exhibition and lunch)
Members of either The Chromatographic Society, RSC or BMSS £60
Non Members £80
Students* and Retired £10
*Student bursaries for travel are available please contact Alan Handley