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European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrometry

22 Feb 2015 - 26 Feb 2015 - Münster, Germany



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The 16th European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry will focus on the major topics in analytical plasma spectrochemistry, such as: fundamentals and instrumentation, sample introduction techniques into plasma, hyphenated techniques using plasma sources for detection, stable isotope analysis, laser ablation and elemental imaging, elemental speciation, applications of plasma spectrometry, quality control and validation methods. 

The highly stimulating program features an exceptional format including plenary, keynote and submitted talks as well as
poster sessions that spans multiple topics, but has plasma spectrochemistry as its foundation. A number of short courses organized by world leading scientists and manufacturers'  seminars will be proposed to the participants. Also, an exhibition of instrument and equipment manufacturers and publishers of scientific literature will be an important part of the meeting. In addition, a wide range of social events will accompany the scientific program providing ample opportunities to interface with colleagues from around the world.



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