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Publicly Available Published by De Gruyter May 31, 2016

Environmental and Food Monitoring

19-22 July 2016, Hamburg, Germany

From the journal Chemistry International

The central subject of the 39th International Symposium on Environmental Analytical Chemistry (ISEAC) will be on the innovative use of analytical methods for the investigation of environmentally and food relevant questions. Session topics will be either method- or problem-oriented. In particular, we welcome contributions that span the full range of the ISEAC scope: The Environmental part of the conference covers the three elements Air, Water, and Soil, including anthropogenic chemicals (agricultural and industrial origin, hormonal active and drug residues, human waste water), exhaust gases (indoor/outdoor emissions), fine dust and radioactivity, remediation monitoring and long term transport, and distribution regimes. The Food part mainly deals with innovative and challenging strategies to maintain Food Safety and Food Fraud (authenticity). Methods for trace analysis of residues and chemical or microbial contaminants, as well as new approaches to tackle nano and packaging materials are highly welcome.

The meeting will include lectures, poster sessions, and an exhibition. Accordingly, it will provide ample possibilities for the distribution of knowledge on the latest developments in analytical methods for environmental and food analysis, for the setup of research platforms in an interdisciplinary context for tackling challenges, and for initiating new collaborations for research and regulatory measures on a global scale.

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Published Online: 2016-5-31
Published in Print: 2016-5-1

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