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Anlytical Chemistry 2023

Welcome Message

We would like to welcome you on May 24-25, 2023 dates of the 25th World Congress on Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, which will take place in Vienna, Austria, our Scientific Committee will be happy to invite herbalists, traditional medicine professionals, and researchers. There will be keynote addresses, workshops, oral presentations, videos, and poster displays.

About Conference


It has been demonstrated that analytical chemistry is appropriate for use in numerous significant sectors, including industrial applications, security medical diagnostics, and environmental monitoring. Scientists from several fields will come together at this worldwide conference to discuss significant recent advancements in analytical chemistry. It will be a fantastic chance for an interdisciplinary community to gather in person and discuss significant developments in analytical chemistry and related topics.

Why to attend?

It is a forum where people from all around the world may discuss the advantages, uses, and benefits of analytical chemistry. Some of the additional motives include delivering a paper, networking for new partnerships, learning outside of your area of expertise, discovering answers, expressing your opinions, and publication.

Sessions and Tracks

Track 1: Analytical Chemistry

The development of tools and methods to measure the physical properties of substances and apply those techniques to the identification of their presence (qualitative analysis) and quantify the amount present (quantitative analysis) of species in a wide range of settings are all examples of analytical techniques.

  • Standardizing analytical methods
  • Quality assurance
  • Chromatography& Electrophoresis
  • Spectroscopic methods
  • Titrimetric methods
  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Additional resources
  • Electrochemical methods
  • Gravimetric methods
  • Equilibrium chemistry

Track 2: Spectroscopy

The study of how light and other types of radiation are absorbed and emitted by materials is known as spectroscopy. In a manner similar to how a prism divides light into a rainbow of colours, it involves splitting light (or more accurately electromagnetic radiation) into its individual wavelengths (a spectrum).

  • Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS)
  • Atomic emission spectroscopy (AES)
  • Atomic fluorescence spectroscopy (AFS).

Track 3: Mass spectrometry

Using electric and magnetic forces, mass spectrometry calculates the mass-to-charge ratio of molecules. Electron ionization, chemical ionization, electrospray ionization, rapid atom bombardment, matrix aided laser desorption/ionization, and other techniques are examples of ionization procedures.

  • The Ion Source
  • The Analyser
  • The Detector System

Track 4: Chromatography

A laboratory method for separating a mixture of components could be chromatography. The mixture is dissolved in a mobile phase solution, which transports it through a structure containing a stationary phase solution. The mixture's various components will move through various media at varying speeds, resulting in distinct.

  • Paper Chromatography
  • Thin Layer Chromatography
  • Liquid Chromatography
  • HPLC Techniques

Track 5: Electroanalytical Methods

A class of analytical chemistry techniques known as electroanalytical methods examines an analyte by measuring its potential (in volts) and/or current (in amps) in an electrochemical cell. Depending on which features of the cell are manipulated and which are measured, these techniques can be divided into a number of categories.

  • Potentiometry
  • Coulometry
  • Voltammetry

Track 6: Thermal analysis

The properties of materials are examined as they vary with temperature in a field of materials science called thermal analysis. In general, simultaneous thermal analysis refers to the use of thermogravimetry and differential scanning calorimetry on the same sample in the same instrument at the same time.

  • Dielectric thermal analysis
  • Differential thermal analysis
  • Differential scanning calorimetry
  • Dilatometry
  • Dynamic mechanical analysis
  • Evolved gas analysis
  • Isothermal titration calorimetry
  • Isothermal micro calorimetry
  • Laser flash analysis
  • Thermogravimetric analysis
  • Thermomechanical analysis
  • Thermo-optical analysis
  • Derivatography

Track 7: Hybrid Techniques

Hybrid approaches help identify and measure the components in a mixture by combining two or more analytical techniques.

  • Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS)
  • Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS)
  • Gas chromatography-infrared spectroscopy (GC-IR)
  • Liquid chromatography-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (LC-NMR)

Track 8: Microscopy

Hybrid techniques are a combination of two or more analytical techniques that aid in the detection and quantification of components in a mixture.

  • Electron microscopy
  • Scanning probe microscopy
  • Optical microscopy
  • Ultraviolet microscopy
  • Infrared microscopy
  • Digital holographic microscopy
  • Digital pathology (virtual microscopy)
  • Laser microscopy
  • Photoacoustic microscopy
  • Amateur microscopy

Track 9: Biochemistry

Chromatography may be a method used in laboratories to separate a mixture of components. A solution known as the mobile phase dissolves the mixture and transports it through a structure containing the stationary phase. The combination will split because its various components move through different media at varying speeds.

  • Prevent Diseases
  • Food Containment
  • Plants Secondary Metabolites
  • Nutrition Deficiency

Track 10: Advances in Separation Techniques

The approach of separation is key unit activity within the majority of the substance and various process plants, Modern Pharmaceutical Techniques. Almost like the refining process, retention process, adsorption process, and so forth, some of the separation forms follow standard and customary practices.

  • Hyphenated Separation Techniques
  • Chromatography as a Separation Technique
  • Spectroscopy as Separation Technique

Track 11: Electrochemistry

It is the area of physical research that examines the relationship between control, as a quantifiable and quantitative consideration, and observable substance change, with control being viewed as either an indirect result of a specific compound change or in a different way.

  • Environmental Electro chemistry
  • Photo electrochemistry
  • Electro thermodynamics
  • Physical and Analytical Electro chemistry

Track 12: Green Analytical Chemistry

The goal of green analytical science is to employ systematic methodologies that generate less hazardous waste, which are safer to use and better for the environment. the development of new analytical techniques changing an old strategy to combine methods that either employ less risky synthetic compounds or use smaller amounts of risky synthetic substances.

  • Future Sources of Green Energy
  • Benign Process Technology
  • Catalytic Degradation of Pollutants
  • Development and Application of Renewable Resource

Track 13: Pharmaceutical Analysis

Pharmaceutical analytics is a method or a course of action of styles to honor or perhaps measure a substance or tradition, the path of a pharmaceutical game plan or blend, or the protestation of the structures of manipulated composites used as a part of the arrangement of pharmaceutical stuff.

  • Pharmaceutical Powder and Particle Morphology
  • Analysis of Traditional Indian System of Medicine
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis of Complex System
  • Nanoparticles in Pharmaceutical Products Analysis

Track 14: Hyphenated Techniques

This method involves the proper interface being used to couple or blend two different analytical methodologies. Spectroscopic techniques are frequently combined with chromatographic procedures. The phrase "hyphenated methods" refers to a combination of identification-identification, separation-separation, and other procedures.

  • GC-MS
  • LC-MS
  • LC-MS-MS
  • GC-NMR
  • GC-IR

Track 15: Proteomics and its applications

The proteome, a collection of molecules, may also be the focus of proteomics. The proteome is dynamic and is defined as the collection of proteins expressed by a particular cell under a particular set of circumstances. Protein counts within a specific human proteome are frequently as high as 2 million.

  • Mass Spectrometry Proteomics
  • Integrating Transcriptomics and Proteomics
  • Protein Interactions in Biology
  • Proteomics in Biomedical Applications
  • Proteomics in Plant and Animal

Track 16: Bio analytical Chemistry

Analytical chemistry's subfield of bioanalysis deals with the quantitative assessment of biotics (macromolecules, proteins, DNA, large-molecule drugs, metabolites) and xenobiotics (drugs and their metabolites, and biological molecules in unnatural places or amounts) in biological systems.

  • Hyphenated techniques
  • Chromatographic methods
  • Electrophoresis
  • Ligand binding assays
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance

Track 17: Forensic Analysis

A range of logical tools and systems are used in the disclosure of evidence or the examination of accoutrements relevant to the investigation of wrongdoings or other legal procedures.

  • Forensic Anthropology
  • Forensic Pathology
  • Forensic Science
  • Computational Forensics
  • Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology
  • Forensic Engineering

Track 18: Chromatography in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical

Chromatography is used in a variety of pharmaceutical diligences, as well as chemical and food assiduity. Environmental testing laboratories are generally looking for trace amounts of pollutants such as PCBs in waste canvas and fungicides.

  • Drug Discovery & Drug Development
  • Method Development & Validation of Drugs
  • Assay & Content Uniformity
  • Drug Impurities Analysis.

Track 19: Chemical Imaging

Chemical imaging (also known as quantitative – chemical mapping) is the analytical capability of creating a visual image of component distribution from simultaneous spectral and spatial, time information measurement. In contrast to multispectral imaging, which measures spaced spectral bands, hyperspectral imaging measures contiguous spectral bands.

  • Mid-infrared chemical imaging
  • Near-infrared chemical imaging
  • Raman chemical imaging

Track 20: Electron Microscopy

An electron microscope is a type of microscope that illuminates with a beam of accelerated electrons. Because an electron's wavelength can be 100,000 times shorter than that of visible light photons, electron microscopes have a higher resolving power and can reveal the structure of smaller objects than light microscopes.

  • Transmission electron microscope (TEM)
  • Scanning electron microscope (SEM)
  • Reflection electron microscope (REM)
  • Scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM)

Track 21: Chemometrics

Chemometrics is a chemical discipline that employs mathematical, statistical, and other methods based on formal logic to design or select optimal measurement procedures and experiments, as well as to provide the most relevant chemical information by analyzing chemical data.

  • Multivariate calibration
  • Classification, pattern recognition, clustering
  • Multivariate curve resolution

Track 22: Electroanalysis

A class of analytical chemistry techniques known as electroanalytical methods examines an analyte by measuring its potential (in volts) and/or current (in amps) in an electrochemical cell. Depending on which features of the cell are manipulated and which are measured, these techniques can be divided into a number of categories.

Track 23: Environmental Analysis

The interaction between human and non-human elements of the biosphere is the focus of the interdisciplinary major of environmental analysis. The major uses methods from the social sciences, humanities, and sciences to comprehend and address environmental issues.

  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Policy
  • Environment & Society
  • Sustainability and the Built Environment

Track 24: Optical Sensors

To find pesticide traces, optical sensors based on surface-enhanced Raman scattering, UV-visible absorption, fluorescence, phosphorescence, chemiluminescence, and plasmon resonance are frequently utilized. Molecularly imprinted polymers have often been utilized in pesticide analysis as a selective adsorbent and the recognition component of optical sensors.

  • Photoconductive devices
  • Photovoltaic cell (solar cell)
  • Photodiodes

Track 25: Bioanalytical Chemistry

Bioanalytical chemistry is a critical discipline in biomedical research for the study of biological processes, disease detection, and diagnosis. Bioanalytical chemists assist with pre-clinical and clinical drug and biopharmaceutical trials.

  • Hyphenated techniques
  • Chromatographic strategies
  • Ligand bio-diagnostic procedures

Market Analysis

The global bioanalytical testing services market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.6 percent from an estimated USD 2.9 billion in 2022 to USD 6.0 billion by 2027. North America will have the largest market share in 2021, followed by Europe. The well-established pharmaceutical industry, strong presence of major service providers, large number of ongoing clinical trial studies, high R&D expenditure, growth in the biosimilars and generics markets, and an increase in the outsourcing of preclinical, clinical, and laboratory testing services by pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies in the region are the major factors influencing the growth of the North American market.

Covid-19 Impact on the Bioanalytical testing services Market

Since January 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a global healthcare crisis, resulting in widespread economic impact. In the most optimistic scenario, the COVID-19 pandemic would have a long-term positive impact on the overall market.

The COVID-19 pandemic initially had a negative impact on the market. Pharmaceutical companies, like the rest of the world, shut down their laboratories and halted industry work in order to mitigate the pandemic's effects. Furthermore, on-site personnel restrictions had the greatest impact on pharmaceutical companies. The majority of the major pharmaceutical companies were temporarily shut down. Aside from that, the safety restrictions mandated that laboratory areas implement social distancing, increase disinfecting procedures, require self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms, and increase PPE requirements.

DRIVERS: Rising focus on the analytical testing of biologics and biosimilars

Biologics are one of the most promising new therapeutic areas, and they are becoming increasingly important in the pharmaceutical market; approximately 800 products are currently in the pipeline. The rising prevalence of chronic diseases is one of the primary reasons for this. However, given the high cost of biologics and the growing emphasis of various governments on lowering healthcare costs, the focus on biosimilars has shifted in recent years. The expiration of biologics' patents and exclusivity periods has also created opportunities for the development of follow-on biologics or biosimilars. According to GaBi, twelve biologics with total global sales of more than USD 67 billion are set to go off-patent in major markets by 2020, with additional biologics likely to follow.

Past Conference Report

Analytical Chemistry 2021, which was held as a webinar on March 07-08, 2022 with the theme "Shaping the Future with Emerging Research in Analytical Chemistry," was a huge success, with eminent keynote speakers from various reputed companies and universities making their resplendent presence and addressing the gathering.

Analytical Chemistry 2021 saw an assemblage of peerless speakers who enlightened the audience with their knowledge and confabulated on various novel topics related to Analytical Chemistry and related topics.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to all of the Honorable Guests and Keynote Speakers of Analytical Chemistry 2021:

Minyong Li, Shandong University, China

Na Li, Peking University, Beijing, China

Analytical Chemistry 2021 is well-known for promoting the future of chemistry by encouraging students and fellow researchers to present their work via poster presentations. Students took part with zeal, and the best posters were recognised for their efforts and outstanding contributions to chemical research.

Conference Series also had the honour of congratulating the Analytical Chemistry 2021 Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers, Chair and Co-Chairs, and everyone else who helped make the conference a success.

The 24th World Congress on Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry was a great success thanks to the support of an international multi-professional steering committee and coordination by the Journals of Chemistry and Applied Chemical Engineering, Organic & Inorganic Chemistry, and Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques. With overwhelming support from participants and supporters of European Chemistry, Conference Series conferences is now bringing forth "Analytical Chemistry 2023," which will be held on May 24-25, 2023 in Vienna, Austria.

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Conference Date May 24-25, 2023

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