Friday, March 9, 2012

@pidgirl's #pittcon kick-off Sunday March 11, 2012

Join @pidgirl and @pidguy of PID Analyzers, LLC this Sunday afternoon and evening at the Orlando Convention Center for a unique opportunity to network on the first day at Pittcon


How Can the Modern Analytical Chemist Overcome the Barriers of New Method Introduction?

Facilitator: Jack Driscoll, PID Analyzers, LLC

Co-Facilitator: Jennifer Maclachlan, PID Analyzers, LLC

1:30pm-3:30pm Room 312A

How can the modern analytical chemist overcome the barriers of new method introduction? If it is not an ASTM method, EPA method or other accepted method, how can the chemist justify to the laboratory the utilization of an unconventional analytical method that promises to achieve better results?

Since you are already at the Convention Center, head on over to the Plenary Lecture with the complimentary mixer that follows...


Pittcon is pleased to announce that R. Graham Cooks, Henry B. Hass Distinguished Professor–Analytical Chemistry, will be the plenary speaker for Pittcon 2012.

Plenary Speaker R. Graham Cooks R. Graham Cooks
Henry B. Hass Distinguished Professor–Analytical Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
Purdue University

Title: Ambient Ionization and Mini Mass Spectrometers: In situ MS for Everyone   Read Abstract

Date: Sunday, March 11, 2012

Time: 4:30 p.m.

Location: Chapin Theater, Orange County Convention Center (Complimentary mixer immediately following Plenary Lecture)- a.k.a. The Sunday Evening Posters


We've got 3 in a row: #16, #17, #18 

so we should be easy to find!









Here is a complete listing of the Sunday evening posters including authors and clickable links to their abstracts.

 Our Sunday evening poster research topics include: VOC/SVOC monitoring in waste oils, Indoor air quality in labs and classrooms and ppb monitoring of photochemical smog components.

Come on by to say "hi"!

Happy Pittcon, everyone! 

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