APCE

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APCE series was founded by the leading separation and analytical scientists from the Asia-Pacific region. From the first symposium held in 1996 in Singapore it soon developed into a premiere international conference in the region. The symposium covers all aspects of chromatography, mass spectrometry, electrophoresis, microfluidics, biosensors, GC/LC/ CE/chip-MS and sample pretreatment. The current emphasis is paid especially on the relevant applications in genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, protein-drug quality control, food safety, environmental analysis, and biotechnology as well as medical analysis. 

The list of previous APCE conferences: 

  • APCE 2017 Shanghai, China
  • APCE 2016 Johor Bahru, Malaysia
  • APCE 2015 Tainan, Taiwan
  • APCE 2014 Kyoto, Japan
  • APCE 2013 Jeju, Korea
  • APCE 2012 Singapore
  • APCE 2011 Hobart, Australia
  • APCE 2010 Hong Kong, China
  • APCE 2009 Shanghai, China
  • APCE 2008 Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • APCE 2007 Singapore
  • APCE 2006 Kyoto, Japan
  • APCE 2004 Seoul, Korea
  • APCE 2002 Shanghai, China
  • APCE 2000 Hong Kong, China
  • APCE 1998 Dalian, China
  • APCE 1996 Singapore

CECE

Started in 2004 as a friendly meeting of colleagues from Prague, Vienna, Bratislava and Brno. The name CECE originally reflected the presentations by Bob Gas, Dusan Kaniansky and Ernst Kenndler on capillary electrophoresis. The scope of the meeting has expanded since then and the name CECE now doesn’t imply any particular technique.

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