March 5-9, 2022
Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Call for Short Courses
We are now accepting Short Course proposals for Pittcon 2022.
Courses are being sought in all areas of analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy in a variety of scientific disciplines.

Areas of special focus include Cannabis Analytics, Statistics, Chemical and Elemental Analysis, Method Development (Various Techniques) and Professional Development.

EXTENDED: Deadline for submissions is now July 23.

Instructor Benefits Additional Info Focus Areas

Need Help? (800) 825-3221 • (412) 825-3220, x208 •

Focus Areas
  • Gas Chromatography
  • Analytical Spectroscopy Methods: UV-VIS Absorption & Fluorescence
  • Buffer Preparation and pH measurement
  • Calibration
  • Cannabis Analytics
  • Drug Discovery and Development
  • Elemental Analysis
  • Environmental Sampling
  • FT-IR
  • GC-MS
  • ICP-MS
  • Ion Chromatography
  • Lab Informatics
  • Lab on a Chip
  • LC/MS
  • Leadership and Supervision Skills for Lab Managers
  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Method Development
  • NMR Spectroscopy
  • Polymer Characterization and Analysis
  • Real Time Chemical Analysis
  • Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)
  • Statistics
  • Technical Writing
  • Titration Methods
  • XRF Spectroscopy
  • and other topics

Short Courses Tracks

One of the foremost analytical chemistry conferences, Pittcon’s technical program provides participants with direct access to the latest research and developments from top scientists and innovators throughout the world.

Bioanalytics & Life Sciences
Instrumentation and process development for the quantitative measurement of biological molecules (macromolecules, protein, DNA)and drugs and their metabolites in biological systems.
Analytical methods used to solve environmental monitoring problems for chemical compounds in nature, natural and pollutant.
Cannabis & Hemp
Analytical techniques for Quality Assessment and Assurance of products from Cannabis.
Food Science & Agriculture
Analytical techniques applied to all aspects of crop and animal production, food safety, quality, nutrition, processing, and packaging.
Chemical Materials & Materials Science
Developing methods for characterization, processing, and determining a molecular-level understanding of materials with interesting or potentially useful physical characteristics, such as magnetic, optical, structural or catalytic properties.
Forensics & Toxicology
Analysis of materials from a crime scene and materials causing adverse effects on the human body.
Cosmetics & Personal Care
Analytical applications for product quality and detection of hazardous chemicals in cosmetics and personal care products.
Industry & Manufacturing
The analysis of industrial, petrochemical, and basic chemicals including polymers, fertilizers, fibers, intermediates, solvents and much more.
Energy powers our electronic devices, heats our homes, fuels our vehicles and factors, analytical chemistry helps to improve our understanding of these devices.
Application of analytical techniques for testing chemical composition and properties/activities of medicinal drugs.

Benefits of Being an Instructor
Complimentary Registration to Pittcon

Honorarium based on length on the course (1/2 day or 1 day)

Expense Reimbursement (limits are set for each item)

  • Hotel
  • Meal Allowance
  • Travel/Airfare

Provided your proposal is accepted and has sufficient enrollment for the course to be presented, Pittcon will provide the following:

  • Classroom
  • AV (Overhead Projector, LCD Projector, Screen, Flipchart w/markers)
  • Course Notes provided to Participants
Additional Information
Scheduling of classrooms will be at the discretion of Pittcon. Courses will be scheduled Saturday, March 5 thru Wednesday, March 9, the week of Pittcon.

Course durations are ½ day or 1 day in length. Should your proposed course require more than a 1 day, you will need to submit your proposal twice as Part 1 and Part 2.

The deadline for sufficient enrollment is the advanced deadline to register for Pittcon.

Pittcon will provide advertisement of the Short Course program through our website, brochures, social media, email blasts, etc. We also encourage you to advertise your course.




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