Call for Papers for Pittcon 2017 Technical Program

For more information, contact Marian Nardozzi,, 800-825-3221 x 203

Emphasis on Food Safety, Homeland Security, Bioanalytical Science and Nano-imaging

Pittsburgh, PA – June 15, 2016 – The Program Committee is pleased to announce the call for papers for the Pittcon 2017 Technical Program. Abstracts are currently being accepted for contributed oral and poster presentations in all areas such as, but not limited to, agriculture, analytical chemistry, applied spectroscopy, life science, food science, nanotechnology, environmental science and pharmaceutical. Additional detail and complete listing are available at

Technical Program Chairman, Fu-Tyan Lin, commented, “Every year, the Technical Program Committee strives to compile comprehensive coverage of all aspects of analytical science and instrumental analysis.” He added, “In addition to requesting papers in the core scientific areas, we are especially interested in submissions related to “hot” topics and emerging trends in food safety, homeland security, bioanalytical science and nano-imaging.”

All abstracts must be submitted electronically through the Pittcon website. The submission deadline to be included in the first round of reviews is Friday, August 12, 2016. Abstracts received after this date will be placed on a waiting list.


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