The Hague (NL) | 18-20 June 2019
GAS Analysis 2019: The leading international symposium and exhibition for gas analysis manufacturers, technical staff and end-users, presenting you the latest developments in laboratory, process analysis, metrology and sensor technology and their applications.
From 18 to 20 June 2019, NEN and the ISO technical committee on analysis of gases (ISO/TC 158) will organise this GAS Analysis event for the 10th time. This time, we move from Rotterdam to The Hague, the city of peace and justice. The meeting venue is the inspiring Fokker Terminal close to the city centre of the political capital of The Netherlands. Our biennial event is the best global forum on analysis of gases to become aware of the latest developments and applications in the industry and society, attracting around 250 experts from about 30 countries all over the world.
GAS Analysis 2019 will offer the participants to:
For both who participated in GAS Analysis 2017 and those who have missed this appealing event, the 85-second movie together with the photo gallery for each day give a nice impression to bring good memories back or to convince yourself to be present at GAS Analysis 2019. Enjoy!
Link to 1st day of GAS Analysis 2017 (13 June 2017)
Link to 2nd day of GAS Analysis 2017 (14 June 2017)
Link to 3rd day of GAS Analysis 2017 (15 June 2017)
It has become a tradition that the GAS Analysis events award the best lecture and best poster. At this year’s edition, the audience determined the best lecture by rating all lectures they attended using the network app as well as selecting their favourite poster with this app. At the closing ceremony, Adriaan van der Veen, chairperson of ISO/TC 158 “Analysis of gases” had the pleasure to announce the winners.
The best lecture was awarded to Hugo Ent (VSL) with his lecture entitled “A novel gravimetric primary mercury vapour standard”. The audience rated his lecture with a 4,75 on a scale from 1 to 5. The lecture presented the development a mercury vapour generator to establish traceability of mercury vapour measurement results, based upon a gravimetric approach, for ambient air levels as well as higher concentrations. This development is part of the “Traceability for mercury measurements (MeTra)” EMRP project.
The best poster was awarded to Annarita Baldan (VSL) for her poster entitled “Development of oxygenated VOC gas standards to underpin atmospheric monitoring”. She received 17 % of the votes. Her poster presented the results of the “KEY-VOCs“ EMRP project that addresses key volatile organic compounds. The project aims to contribute to the studies in atmospheric chemistry to assess trends and ultimately to understand climate changes.
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