One month left to submit abstract for GAS Analysis 2021
GAS Analysis is the leading international event in the field of analysis of gases, presenting the latest developments in laboratory, process analysis, metrology and sensor technology and their applications. The 11th edition of GAS Analysis will take place in the Fokker Terminal in The Hague, the Netherlands, from 22 up to and including 24 June 2021. Experts interested in sharing their research findings to a targeted audience can submit an abstract for a lecture or poster presentation until 1 December.
GAS Analysis 2021 will bring together experts from national and international institutions, world-renowned industry and academia from all over the world. Previous editions of GAS Analysis welcomed hundreds of experts from over 30 countries worldwide, enabling participants to meet peers, policy makers, technical staff, analysts, manufacturers, and end-users, to share knowledge and experiences, to gain new ideas as well as ‘doing business’.
Cutting edge analytical developments related to advances in gas metrology, energy transition, industrial innovation, and climate and air quality will be presented and discussed at GAS Analysis 2021. The organisation of GAS Analysis welcomes abstracts from experts who wish to give a lecture or poster presentation. Topics relate to improving process efficiency, consistency, health and safety, managing emission control and other key aspects in which gas analysis will create added value. The deadline for submitting an abstract is 30 November 2020. The Scientific Committee will then evaluate the abstracts to compose an appealing symposium programme. The call for abstracts is available at the website that also provides the online submission form for abstracts.
Sustainable development goals
One of the evaluation criteria for abstracts concerns the impact that the topic of the lecture will have on relevant societal challenges. In that respect, the United Nations’ sustainable development goals (SDGs) are an excellent umbrella. Analysis of gases significantly contributes to several of these SDGs, for example to improve the quality of soil, water and ambient air, clean energy, food safety and public health.