The GAS Analysis Events Organisation team wishes you all a happy and healthy 2019. May it bring you a lot of inspiration and new energy to tackle today’s challenges for a better world tomorrow. Of course, GAS Analysis 2019 intends to be one of the events to get inspired. Therefore, we hope to meet you in person at GAS Analysis 2019 in the inspiring Fokker Terminal to celebrate our second lustrum together with other experts from all over the world. Meanwhile, we would appreciate if you also make your relations aware of GAS Analysis 2019 as source for inspiration!
Now the formal call for abstracts has closed, the Scientific Committee has the challenging job to review and evaluate all abstracts for lectures and poster presentations. The Scientific Committee consists of the following members: Annarita Baldan (VSL), Jack de Jong (Air Liquide), Kevin Cleaver (BOC, The Linde Group), Lenny Kouwenhoven (PAC), Mark van Lieshout (Talent Transmitter), Martin van der Veer (Shell Global Solutions International), Paul Holland (EffecTech), Paul Krüsemann (Eurofins Materials Science Netherlands), Robert Wielgosz (BIPM) and Tracey Jacksier (Air Liquide).
The Scientific Committee organised a first review session in November 2018. Members were enthusiastic about the subjects that were presented and the first ideas about possible session themes were shared. A second review session will be organised in January 2019. Experts who submitted an abstract will receive feedback shortly afterwards.
Based on the accepted lectures, the Scientific Committee will compose the symposium programme with two sessions in parallel addressing a different main session theme every day. A dedicated poster session will be part of the programme as well, allowing presenters to discuss research results with peers. Of course, we will inform you when the draft symposium programme is available.
In the case you have missed the deadline and are still interested to present your research results to a targeted audience, submit your abstract online or contact the organisation. Then we can consider in which way we can incorporate your contribution in the symposium programme. Hurry up!