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IICS 2012 - 24th International Ion Chromatography Symposium

17 Sep 2012 - 20 Sep 2012 - Berlin, Germany



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Welcome to the IICS 2012 Web site! Thank you for your interest in the one and only Symposium focused on the separation and quantification of small and medium sized ions of all kinds. The Scientific Program Committee is working hard to prepare a meeting that has "something for everyone".

Oral presentations will be arranged in two parallel tracks:

•    Applications (featuring the whole bandwidth of ion analysis with special emphasis on chromatographic ion analysis and its alternatives)
•    Fundamentals (focused on ion separation techniques and structured for researchers and problem solvers).

Specific workshops will also have these themes in mind.

Students and young researchers - The Ion Chromatographers of Tomorrow – are strongly encouraged to submit abstracts for poster presentations or possible oral presentations (we want to have a strong young researchers session) and to apply for a limited number of student travel grants that are available and sponsored by CASSS.



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