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The 49th Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry,

Tokyo, Japan, 2001

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Important

Deadline of title with short abstract of your presentation must be received by Friday, January 19, 2001.

(Deadline of full abstract is April 14, 2001, and the submission instructions will be published in future on this Web site.)

 

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General Information

DateF 18-20 June, 2001

LocationF The University of Tokyo, Sanjo Conference Hall and Yasuda Auditorium
             
(7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan)
SponsorF The Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan

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Program

Presentation and discussion on recent scientific and technological advances related to all aspects of mass spectrometry.

EGeneral presentation: Oral presentations (15 min presentation and 5 min discussion) and poster presentations

ESymposium and workshop: uA prospect of new techniques and applications of mass spectrometry in the 21st Centuryv and others

 

Special lectures

EDr. Marc R. Wilkins (Proteome Systems Ltd., Australia)
 uProteomics: high-throughput protein analysis in the functional genomics erav
EProf. Reloy C. Blank (Univ. Oklahoma) 
 uInstrumental conception of NEUBA and its applicationv
EProf. Richard Fruehan (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
 uUse of Mass Spectrometry for the Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Metallurgical Reactionsv
EProf. Giovanni BalducciiUniv. Romaj
 uHigh-temperature Mass Spectrometry : an goldh but still gyoungh and powerful technique in materials researchv

Reception

Tuesday, June 19, 2001 at the Sanjo Conference Hall

 

Abstract Submission Information and Preregistration

Deadline of Title Submission

Title of your presentation and a short abstract must be received by January 19, 2001

Title Submission

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Deadline of Full Abstract

Must be received by April 14, 2001 by postal mail

Abstract Submission

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Deadline of Preregistration

Must be received by May 18, 2001

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Registration Fee

Preregistration Fee (incl. an abstract volume)   * by May 18, 2001

EMember of Mass Spectrometry Society
EMember of Associate Sponsors  
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EStudent                                

 5,500yen
 6,500yen
 7,500yen
 3,000yen

*The registration fee will be increased by 1,000yen after May 18, 2001

Reception

EPersons who paid registration fee
EAttendant only to the Party          

 6,000yen
 8,000yen

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Road Map

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For additional information, contact:

Prof. Michio YAMAWAKI

Prof. Keisuke NAGAO

 

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