BIT's 8th Annual Conference of AnalytiX-2020 (AnalytiX-2020)
About AnalytiX-2020

The Annual Conference of AnalytiX, initiated from 2012, has been successfully organized in Beijing, Suzhou, Dalian, Nanjing, Fukuoka, Miami and Singapore respectively. Entering its 8th year, AnalytiX-2020 will move to Japan to keep expanding with magnificent scientific and social programs to maximize your research and network in a modern and open environment.

Conference Highlights

•   Designing 50+ Sessions of Scientific Forums
•   Shooting for 300+ Oral Presentations on Breakthroughs
•   Distinguished Experts from the Globe to Be Invited
•   Gathering 30+ Exhibitions Featuring the Latest Technology and Products
•   Opportunity to Present Your Work and Forge New Collaborations
•   Tech Tour to Famous Spots & Historical Sites

Program at a Glance

●  Part 1: Opening Ceremony

●  Part 2: Keynote Forum

●  Track 1: Advanced Spectroscopy

●  Track 2: Mass Spectrometry

●  Track 3: Chromatography

●  Track 4: Microscopy and Imaging Technology

●  Track 5: Crystallography

●  Track 6: Sensors and Microarrays

●  Track 7: Bioanalysis

●  Track 8: Material Analytical Science

●  Track 9: Hot Topics in Analysis Chemistry

●  Track 10: Young Scientist Forum

Keynote Speakers
Dr. Susan Schorr
Vice President, German Crystallographic Society; Professor, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Dr. Boguslaw Buszewski
Member of Polish Academy of Sciences and European Academy of Sciences and Arts; Professor, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland
Dr. Nigel J. Clarke
Vice President for R&D, Quest Diagnostics Inc., USA
Dr. Peter B. Harrington
Professor & Director, Center for Intelligent Chemical Instrumentation, Ohio University, USA
Dr. Reiko Kuroda
Professor, Chubu University; Emeritus Professor of University of Tokyo, Japan
Dr. Hian Kee Lee
Fellow, Singapore National Academy of Science; Professor, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Confirmed Renowned Speakers
Dr. Robert Kaptein
Emeritus Professor
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Dr. Erik R. Christensen
Professor Emeritus
University of Wisconsin‐Milwaukee, USA
Dr. Thomas Walther
Reader
University of Sheffield, UK
Dr. Alireza Heidari
Distinguished Professor
California South University, USA
Dr. Eriks Kupce
Principal Scientist
Bruker BioSpin, UK
Dr. Jay Theodore Cremer
Chief Scientist
Adelphi Technology, Inc., Canada
Dr. Yong Guo
Professor
Fairleigh Dickinson University, USA
Dr. Yung Joon Jung
Professor
Northeastern University, USA
Dr. John J. Kasianowicz
Physical Scientist
National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Dr. Luc Moens
Professor
Ghent University, Belgium
Dr. Alberta Bonannim
Professor
Johannes Kepler University, Austria
Dr. Uta Klement
Professor
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Dr. Jorn Volkher Wochnowski,
Professor
Lubeck University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Dr. Per Jensen
Professor
University of Wuppertal, Germany
Dr. Markus Kuster
Head of the Detector Group
European XFEL GmbH, Germany
Dr. Ludovic Duponchel
Professor
University of Lille, France
Dr. Jean-Luc Wojkiewicz
Professor
IMT Lille Douai, France
Dr. Michael G. Tovey
Managing Director
EuroDiagnostica Biomonitor, France
Dr. Federico Marini
Professor
University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
Dr. Vladimir V. Kozoderov
Professor
Moscow State University, Russia
Dr. Fuad Aleskerov
Professor
Institute of Control Sciences RAS, Russia
Dr. Gervais Chapuis
Professor Emeritus
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
Dr. Ilona Mullerova
Director
Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCR, Czech Republic
Dr. Stepan Urban
Professor
University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic
Dr. Elzbieta Malinowska
Professor
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Dr. Marian Paluch
Professor
University of Silesia, Poland
Dr. Jaroslaw Serafinczuk
Lab Head
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
Dr. Masatomo Yashima
Professor
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Dr. Soshu Kirihara
Professor
Osaka University, Japan
Dr. Zenzaburo Tozuka
Professor
Osaka University, Japan
Dr. Shoji Yamamoto
Professor
Hokkaido University, Japan
Dr. Takashi Kamiyama
Professor
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan
Dr. Takahiro Tsukahara
Associate Professor
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Dr. Ming-Tsang Wu
Professor
Kaohsiung Medicine University, Taiwan
Dr. Dongying Chen
Professor
Shanghai Institute of Material Medical CAS, China
Dr. Lin Wang
Professor
Institute of Advanced Materials, Nanjing Tech University, China
Exhibition & Poster

As part of the AnalytiX-2020, an exhibition space will provide a unique opportunity for exhibitors to showcase their products and services to participants with interests in the relevant areas. Developed to offer comfort to delegates while maximizing exhibitor exposure, the coffee breaks and poster sessions will also take place in the exhibition area promoting frequent and repeated opportunities for delegates to visit the exhibits.

Exhibitors' advantages

• Meet with International Leaders and Senior Officers in the Field of Analytical Chemistry • Maximize Your Opportunities for Collaboration • Explore Business Opportunities in Japan and Beyond • Spotlight Your Technologies and Its Commercial Application • Superior Networking Opportunities with Senior Professionals and Industry Elites

Exhibition Date:
Set-up date: Afternoon, March 3, 2020
Show dates: March 4-6, 2020
Place: Osaka, Japan


Introduction to Osaka

Having the first signs of human life and habitation, Osaka is one of the historical cities in the world and it was the first capital of Japan. Covering an area of approximately 1899 Km, Osaka is the home of around 8.8 million citizens. Facing the bay at the west, it is surrounded by mountains on the other three sides. Osaka has been the gateway to overseas and the center of Japan's economy since ancient times. In recent years, it has been instrumental in adding traction to Japan's economy as a leader of the industrial revolution, and this has produced a large number of major industries and corporations. One of the main features of Osaka Prefecture's industry is that it is regarded as the Region for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs). SMEs account for approximately 65% of industrial production in Osaka, and many of these claim a large share of the world's markets with their unique home-grown technology.

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