Welcome

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the organising committee of the 33rd International Symposium on Chromatography – ISC 2020, it is my pleasure to invite you to Budapest, Hungary from 20-24 September 2020.

The International Symposium on Chromatography (ISC) represents the oldest conference series on separation science. ISC symposia have been organised since 1956 in each even year. ISC is one of the premier meetings series for discussion of all modes of chromatography and separation science with a broad coverage of techniques and applications.

The major focus of the symposium will be on the impact of chromatography and separation science to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical, environmental, food and health industry, as well as science and medicine. The symposium programme will reflect these themes and highlight new challenges and emerging opportunities for the science and marketing of separation and detection systems and methods.

As an integral part of the scientific programme of lectures and poster sessions, an international exhibition and vendor seminars on instrumentation and services for chromatography, separation science and mass spectrometry will be organised. ISC 2020 will provide the perfect forum for attendees from academia, industry and
government research institutions for scientific exchange and networking.

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is an economic, financial and cultural centre with two million inhabitants. The city, which is beautifully situated on both sides of the Danube river, has a history dating back over 2000 years. The venue – Budapest Congress & World Trade Centre – is equipped with a complete range of conference facilities and is easily reached by public transport. It is situated in a pleasant and peaceful chestnut park and directly connected to Novotel Budapest Congress. This is a place where meetings can be organised in a dynamic and modern environment. The centre is fully equipped with the latest audio-visual, stage-, light-, and air-conditioning technologies.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in 2020 for a fruitful and enjoyable time in Budapest.

 


Attila Felinger
Symposium Chair