38th International Symposium on High Performance
Liquid Phase Separations and Related Techniques
June 16-21, 2012
Anaheim, California, USA
Chairman: Frantisek Svec Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
The HPLC conference has grown over the years to become the largest meeting in the world dedicated to liquid phase separation science. This international meeting series is multi-disciplinary in nature and brings together many of the world's leading authorities to address the practical and economical issues and challenges related to all aspects of liquid phase separation science techniques. The conference will be comprised of plenary and keynote lectures, prominently featured poster presentations, and the largest, most comprehensive display of commercial products related to liquid phase separations and analysis.
There are several components to the HPLC series of symposia that make it such a valuable resource for analytical chemists, biochemists, molecular biologists, and those in the separation sciences seeking practical solutions. One of the key aspects of the meeting will be its extensive technical program of lecture and poster presentations which will focus on providing practical solutions to address the diverse challenges faced by today's scientists. Another important component is our well-valued educational programs.
Our short courses are designed to allow you to gain insights into the latest, most popular areas of liquid-based separations and apply them to meet your specific needs. Our workshops focus on providing quick, effective tools and techniques to address various practical problems.
Join us at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel, June 16-21, 2012.
NOW CLOSED - Deadline for Oral Submissions
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NOW CLOSED- Early Registration Closes
NOW CLOSED- Deadline for Late Breaking Oral Submissions
NOW CLOSED - On-line Registration Closes
(attendees can now only register onsite)
Renee Olson Manager of Meetings & Events
CASSS - An International Separation Science Society