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European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry

The 2021 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry (EWCPS2021) has been postponed until 29 January to 3 February, 2023 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

The National Institute of Chemistry will be hosting the 2021 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry (EWCPS2021), from 29 January to 3 February, 2023 in Ljubljana, Slovenia making it the 19th time this event has been organized. It is a continuation of the well-established and successful conference series that started in 1985. These biennial conferences, organized by European research groups in uneven years, have become recognized and valuable platforms to exchange experience and share progress in the development and use of analytical plasma spectrochemical techniques.

Over the course of five days a broad and attractive programme will be offered, focusing on topics concerning mass and emission spectrometric techniques, including fundamentals and instrumentation, sample introduction techniques, glow discharge, laser ablation, laser induced breakdown spectroscopy, isotopic analysis, speciation and metallomics, quality control, and applications in disciplines such as geology, medicine, biology, forensics, materials science and archaeology etc. World leading scientists will be invited to present their research work in the form of heritage, plenary and keynote lectures, and a number of special sessions, workshops and technical short-courses taught by renowned experts will be offered.

The EWCPS2021 will host the exhibition where instrument and equipment manufacturers can introduce their latest products. Additionally, a wide range of social events will accompany the scientific programme providing ample opportunities to interact with colleagues from around the world.

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