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Exhaled Breath Analysis; From Sensors to Applications
October 23, 2010 @ 23:00 – October 28, 2010 @ 23:00 CEST
General Announcement and Call for Abstracts
Exhaled Breath Analysis
From Sensors to Applications
October 24 – 29, 2010
Il Ciocco Hotel and International Conference Center
Chair: Dr. Raed A. Dweik, The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio
- Timely presentations by the best minds in academia, industry and government.
- In-depth discussions of the hot issues.
- Networking with your peers.
About This Conference
This meeting will bring industry executives, entrepreneurs, and investors together with scientists, engineers, environmentalists, and clinicians to discuss key trends, future directions, and upcoming technologies in breath analysis applications including: medical, environmental, and bioterrorism / security issues.
The co-chairs are:
- Dr. Claire Gmachi, Princeton, NJ, USA
- Dr. Gary Hunter, NASA Glen Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, and
- Dr. Christina Davis, University of California, Davis, CA, USA
The Organizing Committee comprises:
- Anton Amann, MD, Austria
- Dr. Prabir Dutta, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
- Michael Epton, MD, Christ Church, New Zealand
- Daniel Laskowski, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, USA
- Dr. Terrence Risby, PhD, Baltimore, USA
- Metin Aytekin, Izmir, Turkey
The preliminary program, as now visualized, will include keynote speakers, other invited and submitted papers, posters, and open discussions.
The threads of interest include:
AM: History and current status of the breath analysis field; PM: Lessons from the nitric oxide story
Tuesday: Sensors and sensitivities:
AM: Mass spectrometry; PM:Electronic nose and sensor arrays
AM: Medical applications: asthma, cancer, infections, other; PM: environmental and security applications
Thursday: The future:
AM: Newer technologies: real nose, nanotubes, etc. PM: future directions
AM: roundtable discussion; fostering interdisciplinary collaboration
This meeting will be held in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic, Princeton University, University of California at Davis, National Aeronautics and space Administration (NASA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the International Association for Breath Analysis (IABR)
further information is available at www.engconfintl.org/10ai.html