Monday 23 September 2013

Call for papers at analysis symposium

The Program Committee of the 59th ISA Analysis Division Symposium has issued a Call for Papers inviting abstracts for presentation consideration at the conference, which will be held 4-8 May 2014 in Louisiana, USA.

Papers for acceptance should address topics in process and laboratory analysis, including methods, applications, hardware, software, systems, operations and maintenance. Subject content may concern technology in development or technology applied in industry practices. Proceedings will be marketed and sold globally. An International Standard Book Number (ISBN) will be assigned to them.

Popular subject areas of interest include:
The ISA Analysis Division Symposium is recognised worldwide as the premier international forum for introducing and discussing new and innovative analytical techniques, developments and applications in the analytical sciences.
  • Chemical analyzers
  • Systems integration
  • Physical properties
  • Maintenance
  • Spectroscopy
  • Chromatography
  • Gas detectors
  • Sampling systems
  • Emerging technologies
  • Validation/Calibration
  • Environmental

“The primary interest of the ISA Analysis Division lies in the application of process analytical technology, and we fully expect that attendees will gain a fuller awareness about how to properly select, install and maintain process analyzers,” explains Michael W. Chaney, CAP, project manager at LyondellBasell in Morris, Illinois, and Technical Program Chairman of the 59th ISA Analysis Division Symposium. “We are very eager to learn about new technologies and methods to implement or maintain process analysers that would benefit the end user, vendor or the EPC (engineering procurement company). Our symposium program will appeal to many industries that use process analytics, and not only the oil and gas industry.”

All papers are peer reviewed to conform, or to be modified to conform, to ISA Analysis Division and ISA format, content and quality guidelines. The submission deadline for papers, which must not be product- or company-specific in nature, is 20 December 2013. For complete guidelines and other important 

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