Join us in Fort Worth for 2019

The 43rd International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography & the 16th GCxGC Syposium will be held in Fort Worth, Texas USA after successful meetings in both 2015 and 2017. 

The 43rd International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC) is the premier meeting for pressure and electrodriven microcolumn separations and related techniques.  The program will include prestigious plenary lectures, keynote lectures by emerging scientists, a broad array of poster presentations, vendor and instrument exhibition, combined with exciting social events to give you a true feel for Texas.

The 16th GCxGC Symposium will be organized in conjunction with the ISCC meeting so attendees can attend both meetings simultaneously.  The symposium is tentatively set to start with a short course on Sunday, May 12th covering the fundamentals and applications of comprehensive GCxGC.  The symposium will continue with a plenary session on Monday May 13th followed by key-note lectures, posters, and instrument displays.  

 
 

ANNOUNCING 2019 PLENARY LECTURES


 

Dr. Fred E. Regnier
J.H. Law Distinguished Professor
Purdue University

ANALYTE SEQUESTERING TRANSPORT PHASES –
A New Dimension In Liquid Chromatography

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Nano-particulate transport phases that do not interact with stationary phases while binding analytes with high affinity and selectivity rapidly purify targeted substances by eluting in the column void volume.


Dr. Jonathan V. Sweedler
James R. Eiszner Family Endowed Chair
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

SMALL VOLUME & SINGLE CELL D-AMINO ACID MEASUREMENTS:What are they doing and how did they get there?

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Chris M. Reddy
Senior Scientist
Stanley W. Watson Chair in Oceanography
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

DON'T BRING A FOOTBALL TO A BASEBALL GAME:
Get GCxGC to have its own rules, field, and fan base

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