AOMSC 2020 - CONFIRMED SPEAKERS AND DISCUSSION CHAIRS

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SPONSORS:

DIAMOND

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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

WELCOME TO ASIA-OCEANIA MASS SPECTROMETRY CONFERENCE
(AOMSC
2020),
JANUARY 5-7, 2020
HONG KONG


The theme for our conference is “The Art and Science of Mass Spectrometry, from Fundamentals to Applications.” This three-day meeting will feature daily parallel sessions of plenary, keynote and oral presentations, in addition to daily poster sessions. Topics will be broadly themed, ranging from fundamentals, instrumentation, and ion spectroscopy to biomedical and clinical aspects of mass spectrometry. There will be opportunities for vendors to organize, meet with attendees, and exhibit their products and services (please contact Ms. Janette Champ, President of the ETP Symposium, for details).
 
The conference will be held at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). Located in the mid-levels of Hong Kong Island, the University is conveniently served by the metro, buses, and taxis. Established in 1911, HKU is the oldest university in Hong Kong, and is delighted to receive guests to AOMSC 2020.
 
We very much look forward to welcoming you to Hong Kong!


Ivan K. CHU
Chair, on behalf of the AOMSC 2020 Organizing Committee

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# AOMSC 2020 will be organized by the Hong Kong Society of Mass Spectrometry (HKSMS) in conjunction with the Department of Chemistry, the University of Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong Proteomics Society and supported by ETP Symposium, Inc., a professional conference organizer.