GAS Analysis 2019 offered a 3-day symposium in two parallel sessions covering themes responding to the world’s challenges. The symposium provided a unique opportunity to exchange knowledge and to collect information on market and research developments in the field of gas analysis.
We thank all experts that submitted an abstract for providing a lecture or poster presentation at GAS Analysis 2019. We were thrilled by the topics that have been presented at GAS Analysis 2019. Below you will find the outline of the GAS Analysis 2019 programme. The full programme can be downloaded from our website. More information about the lectures are available at the session pages.
Àngels Orduña Cao is a seasoned EU and international collaboration leader with proven track record championing success in technology and business development through multi-partner, multi-country and multidisciplinary collaboration. With an academic background in International Relations, she has managed and led a number of RDI projects in the EU and Canada in technology areas related to value chain productions and enabling technologies such as ICT, energy, renewables, environment, advanced materials or manufacturing. She has shown great ability to translate technological concepts to market opportunities and to link partners’ commitment through a win-win perspective. More information is available at the opening session page.
GAS Analysis 2019 offered – as usual – a 3-day symposium programme with two parallel sessions. This edition, the programme was divided in eight session themes:
By selecting the session, you can find the abstracts of all lectures scheduled in the session concerned.
New feature at GAS Analysis 2019 was the possibility to participate in a half-day short course to learn more about a specific topic in the field of analysis of gases. GAS Analysis 2019 offered two short courses: one dealing with accreditation in gas analysis and one dealing with practical maintenance and troubleshooting in gas chromatography. Attending a short course was awarded with a certificate of participation.
GAS Analysis 2019 also provided experts the possibility to present their research results via a poster. Instead of a dedicated poster session as a ‘long break’ in the symposium programme, during this edition particular breaks were marked as poster session. During these breaks, the author of the poster was expected to be present at her of his poster to answer any question or to discuss research results in more detail. More information is available at the poster presentations web page.
The European Metrology Network (EMN), running under EURAMET, aims at providing measurement science expertise to society and industry to support the implementation of the energy transition to renewable gaseous fuels.
The EMN for Energy gases launch event was organised at the premises of VSL in Delft on 17 June 2019, the day before opening of GAS Analysis 2019. Learn more in the event’s programme. More information is also available in the ‘Save the date‘.
Participants of GAS Analysis 2019 were also invited for this launch event. Likewise, attendees of the EMN for Energy gases launching event were warmly welcome to extend their stay and experience three more exciting days at GAS Analysis 2019.