Euroanalysis is a biannual international conference of the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the European Chemical Society that attracts about 900 delegates.
This 21st edition is locally organized by the Divison of Analytical Sciences of the Swiss Chemical Society (DAS). The executive committee of DAS represents the entire breadth of the research landscape in analytical sciences in Switzerland. Members come from government institutions, industry, and cantonal and federal institutions of higher education.
DAS has organized many different meetings, including the annual Swiss analytical meeting called CHanalysis, which aims at connecting young and experienced scientists from all the different analytical fields. Members of the DAS executive board have been involved in the organization of many successful international conferences in Switzerland and abroad, including HPLC 2015 and IMCS 2014, both hosted at the CICG in Geneva.
Euroanalysis provides a forum for the European Analytical World to discuss the latest developments in analytical sciences. The theme of the 2023 meeting is:
Analytical Probing of Complex Systems
It reflects the urgent need to observe chemical changes in complex systems, from materials surfaces, to living cells and ecosystems, in real time and with adequate spatial resolution.
The conference is problem-oriented and has an interdisciplinary spirit. It brings together researchers that work in fundamental and applied sciences, but also decision makers and people intimately familiar with the systems of interest. It actively involves people from academia, federal research institutes, industry and regulatory bodies.