GAS Analysis 2019 will offer a 3-day symposium in two parallel sessions covering themes responding to the world’s challenges. The symposium will provide a unique opportunity to exchange knowledge and to collect information on market and research developments in the field of gas analysis.
We are pleased to inform interested parties that it is still possible to submit your abstract for a lecture or poster presentation at GAS Analysis 2019. Read more in our “Call for abstracts“. Interested parties can submit their abstract online where you can also find the evaluation criteria that will be applied by the Scientific Committee. Formal deadline for submission was 15 December 2018. In case you have missed this deadline and would like to present at GAS Analysis 2019, please use the online tool and we will consider your request.
The publisher of Accreditation and Quality Assurance (ACQUAL) has offered the GAS Analysis 2019 organisation to publish the proceedings in a special issue. Speakers and poster presenters will have the opportunity to publish their research findings with a short or full paper in this journal for quality, comparability and reliability in chemical measurement, subject to peer review.
In order to give you an impression what you can expect at GAS Analysis 2019, the outline of the programme of GAS Analysis 2017 is shown below. The full programme of this edition including all lectures is available as download. The abstracts and a short bio of the speakers has been made available through this website.
Participants of GAS Analysis 2017 were welcomed by Liesbeth Jansen, chairperson of NEN Energy Policy Committee, that is also looking after the standardisation activities on analysis of gases.
After her welcome address, Rolf Brouwer, Managing Director of Gate Terminal, provided the opening speech. Gate Terminal is the first LNG import terminal of the Netherlands located at the Maasvlakte as part of the Port of Rotterdam, and they recently celebrated the opening of their third berth and new special infrastructure for the loading of small LNG vessels (read press release).
After this opening speech, Adriaan van der Veen, Chairperson of ISO/TC 158 “Analysis of gases”, demonstrated how international standards developed by this technical committee create impact by improving reliability and accuracy of results in his opening lecture.
We were also pleased that the following speakers provided a keynote at GAS Analysis 2017 to kick-off one of the sessions:
The following sessions were scheduled, offering the participants the possibility to learn more about the latest developments related to a broad variety of topics in the field of analysis of gases. Select the sessions of your interest for the lectures and additional information.
The GAS Analysis 2017 programme offered a dedicated poster session halfway the event. Several experts showed their research work that is considered not (yet) feasible for a lecture or is in the start-up phase. They informed international colleagues on this matter and discussed with the participants their ideas. The poster section on this website provides more information about the posters that has been presented.