Conference Overview

FTWDowntown

The 2017 meetings will be held at the same location as the 2015 meeting in the historic Hilton Fort Worth - 20 minutes from the Dallas Ft. Worth International Airport offering direct flights from across the globe. The hotel is within close walking distance of many of Fort Worth’s finest attractions, shopping, restaurants, and world class museums. 

Topics of interest covered at the 2017 meetings will include but not be limited to the following:

  • Pharmaceutical, Forensic & Process Analysis
  • Contaminants in Food and the Environment
  • Biomarker Discovery and Protein Analysis
  • Petroleum, Energy & Resource Development
  • Ionic Liquids in Chemical Analysis
  • Software and Data Analysis
  • Integrated Sample Preparation
  • Lab-On-A-Chip and Microfluidics
  • Fundamentals and Theory
  • Novel Detection Techniques
  • Multidimensional Separations
  • Miniaturized & Portable Systems
 

2017 COMMITTEES

ISCC SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

GCxGC SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • Daniel Armstrong (USA)
  • Carlo Bicchi (Italy)
  • Salvatore Fanali (Italy)
  • Christian Huber (Austria)
  • Hans-Gerd Janssen (The Netherlands)
  • Kyokatsu Jinno (Japan)
  • James Jorgenson (USA)
  • Robert T. Kennedy (USA)
  • Milton L. Lee (USA)
  • Luigi Mondello (Italy)
  • Milos V. Novotny (USA)
  • Michael Ramsey (USA)
  • Pat Sandra (Belgium)
  • Frantisek Svec (USA)
  • Guowang Xu (China)
  • John Dimandja (USA)
  • Hans-Gerd Janssen (The Netherlands)
  • Luigi Mondello (Italy)
  • Rob Synovec (USA)
  • John Seeley (USA)
  • Philip Marriott (Australia)

 

 

 

 

GCxGC LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Chiara Cordero (Italy)
  • Frank Dorman (USA)
  • Peter Tranchida (Italy)
  • Hans-Geo Schmarr (Germany)

ISCC LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Kevin Schug, The University of Texas at Arlington
  • Sean Jameson, VUV Analytics
  • Dave Jorissen, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
  • Jim Luong, Dow Chemical
  • Lee Polite, Axion Labs
  • Eric Reiner, Ontario Ministry of the Environment
  • Len Sidisky, MilliporeSigma