European Symposium on Atomic Spectrometry ESAS 2014 & 15th Czech-Slovak Spectroscopic Conference

Conference websiteEuropean  Symposium  on  Atomic  Spectrometry

ESAS is  the  international  meeting  of  scientists  to  share recent  developments,  exchange  ideas,  explore  new directions and initiate a possible collaboration in the atomic spectrometry area. Leading scientists and researchers will be invited to present their most up-to-date results at this conference, to exchange exciting ideas and experiences as well as look into future development.

Czech – Slovak   Spectroscopy  Conference

CSSC brings together experts from Czech and Slovak universities, academia, official centers, various laboratories, and  industry  on  a  world-wide  scale,  to  summarize  the current progress in different areas of spectroscopy and the trends in the applications such as chemical, environmental, geological, biological, food, pharmaceutical and industrial materials and to stimulate contacts and mutual exchange of experiences and ideas.

Key dates

Registration and payment deadline             November 30, 2013

Submission of conference papers                 May 15, 2014


Prague – historical pearl of Europe – is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Since 1992 the historical core of the  city  covering  866  hectares  has  been  listed  in  the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage.

Usually Prague is called “golden” and “a hundred towers”, but it is sure, that it belongs amongst the most beautiful cities in the world. The charming river Vltava, which enhances the city´s beauty, forms wreathes resembled to silver string. Many of the city´s dominants are reflected in the river, towers, the cathedral dome, the palace and many houses,greeness of the gardens and islands.


  • Ioannes Marcus Marci Spectroscopic Society
  • Slovak Spectroscopic Society

With special support by

  • Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy Working Group of the Committee of Analytical Chemistry of Polish Academy of Sciences
  • DASp, German Working Group for Applied Spectroscopy
  • Committee on Analytical and Environmental Chemistry of Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • under the auspices of the Czech Commission for UNESCO


Markéta Koželouhová
Ioannes Marcus Marci Spectroscopy Society
Faculty of Science, Masaryk University
Kotlářská 2, CZ – 611 37 BRNO, Czech Republic phone: +420 549 491 436, fax: +420 549 492 494

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