ITP2015/NoSSS2015 HELSINKI, Finland

August 30th – September 3rd, 2015

Helsinki The University of Helsinki is proud to be the organizer of the 22nd International Symposium on Electro- and Liquid Phase-Separation Techniques (ITP2015) and the 8th Nordic Separation Science (NoSSS) symposium. ITP2015 will take place August 30th – September 2nd, and NoSSS will continue as a special one-and-a-half day session of ITP2015 on September 2nd and 3rd.

Both symposiums will feature invitation lectures by internationally recognized researchers, contributed presentations and posters, and exhibitions. As well as to regular participants, Helsinki offers a welcoming atmosphere and meeting place for PhD students. Participants may take part in the ITP2015 symposium, the NoSSS symposium, or both. We sincerely hope that you will accept our invitation and look forward to seeing you in Helsinki.

 

Chair

Marja-Liisa Riekkola, PhD, Professor
Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
University of Helsinki       
E-mail: marja-liisa.riekkolahelsinki.fi
Phone: +358 405058848

Co-chair

Heli Sirén, PhD, Adjunct Professor
Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
University of Helsinki       
E-mail: heli.m.sirenhelsinki.fi
Phone: +358 449736962

NoSSS

The Nordic Separation Science Society (NoSSS) has its roots in the Scandinavian Electrophoresis Society, which was founded in Uppsala, Sweden, in 1987. The focus of the NoSSS symposium will be on sample preparation, stationary materials, chromatography, capillary electro-separations, hyphenated techniques, and chip technology including advances in application areas.

ITP

First held in 1979, the International Symposium on Electro- and Liquid Phase-Separation Techniques (ITP) has established itself as the most prestigious international meeting in its field, presenting the latest advancements in electro- and liquid phase-separation techniques in multiple disciplines. The ITP forum will offer scientific discussion on the wide range of technologies exploiting electro- and liquid phase-separations, including capillary and microchip electrophoresis, electrokinetic chromatography and electrochromatography, two-dimensional electrophoresis, and micro- and nanoscale liquid chromatography. Advances in the theoretical understanding of separations are another important focus.