Workshop on Chromatographic techniquesActivity by Damodar Prabhu | added on Jan 22, 2011 | India
Sponsor(s): Chromatographic Society of India
The Chromatographic Society of India has organised a workshop on Chromatographic Techniques on March 10-12,2011 at G N Khalsa College, Mumbai which will cover theory and experimentation pertaining to GC, HPLC, HPTLC,Hyphenated Techniques and Electrophoresis.
The Chromatographic Society of India is the national body of chromatographers of India which promotes education in Chromatography for the benefit of postgraduate and doctoral students, teachers, researchers and chemists in industry.
As a part of its country wide educational programme , the Society has organised a workshop on Chromatographic techniques on March 10-12, 2011 at Guru Nanak Institute of Research and Development, G N Khalsa College, Mumbai 400019.The workshop is mainly aimed at college teachers and researchers from academia and industry.The sessions will cover theory and experimentation on sophisticated tecniques- GC, HPLC, HPTLC,Hyphenated Techniques and Electrophoresis. Eminent experts from academic institutions and industry will serve as the workshop faculty.Study material on all topics will be given to the participants.A special effort is being made to motivate young teachers and research students to participate in the three day workshop.
For more details the following organisers can be contacted:
Dr G Ramakrishnan, President, Chromatographic Society of India, email@example.com
Prof R T Sane, Hon. Director, GNIRD, G N Khalsa College,Mumbai 400019
Dr D V Prabhu,Secretary, Chromatographic Society of India ,Adjunct Faculty, Department of Chemistry, Wilson College, Mumbai 400007 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Ajit G Datar,Joint Secretary, Chromatographic Society of India email@example.com
|Topic:||workshops, hands on activities, educational materials, demonstrations and networking||Audience:||college teachers, researchers and practising chemists from industry|