Welcome to the 26th international Symposium ITP 2019 !
On behalf of the international scientific and organizing committees, it is our great pleasure to invite you to participate to the 26th International Symposium on Electroseparation and Liquid Phase- Separation Techniques (ITP 2019) in Toulouse, France, between September 1st and 4th at the University Paul Sabatier.
ITP symposium series, inaugurated in Belgium in 1979, is one of the most recognized international meeting addressing the latest issues and innovations in all areas of electro- and liquid phase separations techniques. The scientific areas of the symposium cover a wide range of technologies based on electro- and liquid phase-separations: capillary and microchip electrophoresis, electrokinetic chromatography, two-dimensional electrophoresis, HPLC, UPLC, Micro- and Nanoscale HPLC, and their hyphenation with MS. Applications of these techniques in (bio)analysis, (bio)pharmaceuticals, life science research, environmental analysis, food safety and authenticity, space science, forensic, toxicology, and (bio)polymers will be emphasized.
The ITP Symposium series provide a forum for high-level scientific exchanges between analytically oriented scientists from the whole world in a friendly atmosphere. The University of Toulouse, one of the oldest in Europa (rank #5 in France according to the Times Higher Education in 2018) is located in the south of France, where the “art de vivre” is well-known. Medieval city, Renaissance city, Age of Enlightenment city, city of rugby, city of aviation, city hosting 110,000 students and 7,000 researchers, city of the good food and wines.
The Scientific program will include:
* About 60 oral presentation slots in two parallel sessions
* 4 plenary lectures
* 22 invited keynote lectures (click here)
* A session devoted to the presentations delivered by young researchers
* One session (in English) organized by the French speaking Separation Sciences association (AfSep)
We are also preparing an outstanding social program with the visit of the Medieval City of Carcassonne (on Tuesday Sept. 2, afternoon), a special gala diner (on Sept. 2, evening) in an amazing and unforgettable place with good food and wines !
So, we encourage you to partipipate to the ITP meeting in Toulouse. We know that you will enjoy ITP 2019, the cutting edge science at the symposium will undoubtedly benefit from the beauty and culture of Toulouse, South of Fraaaannnce! "
Prof. Hervé Cottet Prof .François COUDERC
UNIVERSITE DE MONTPELLIER UNIVERSITE DE TOULOUSE