Organizing committee

Prof. dr Lutgarde Buydens, Chair EuroAnalysis 2021
Dr Jeroen Jansen, Secretary EuroAnalysis 2021
Dr Frans Maris, Treasurer EuroAnalysis 2021
Assoc. prof. dr Cari Sänger-van de Griend
Prof. dr Michel Nielen
Dr Oscar van den Brink

Local organizing committee

To be announced.


Scientific Advisory Committee

To be announced.



The Section Analytical Chemistry (SAC) of the Royal Dutch Chemical Society (KNCV) represents and promotes the analytical-chemical discipline and is an advocate for the analytical-chemical parties and those interested in this discipline. The SAC aims to serve analytical chemistry in the broadest sense in areas such as education and research, as well as all application areas where analytical chemistry is used. Through discussion groups the SAC enables the contact between students, research and professionals and helps them increase their knowledge.


In 2008 representatives from leading Dutch industry laboratories and academic groups in analytical science and technology groups at universities joined forces to meet the demands for (i) fundamental research in the area of analytical science and (ii) well-trained analytical personnel at PhD, MSc and BSc (plus BAS) levels. The sense of urgency was evident. They decided to start COAST as a community vehicle to invest in the future of Analytical Science and Technology. COAST develops and executes an integrated strategic agenda for research, human capital and infrastructure in analytical science. Today, COAST is recognized as the Community of Innovation in Analytical Science and Technology in The Netherlands.


The Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) is a network of chemical societies and their members working in all fields of analytical sciences. The DAC gives a voice to the interdisciplinary field of analytical sciences. The DAC is based in Europe and aims at close links to related institutions all over the world. The DAC is a division of EuChemS, the European Chemical Society, an umbrella organisation representing national Chemical Societies and other chemistry-related organisations in Europe. EuChemS aims to nurture a platform for scientific discussion and to provide a single, unbiased European voice on key policy issues in chemistry and related fields.




Section Analytical Chemistry of the Royal Dutch Chemical Society

Top Institute for Comprehensive Analytical Science and Technology

Important dates

Registration  and abstract submission open: 01-01-2021

Abstract deadline 01-05-2021

Early bird deadline 15-04-2021

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