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10th International conference and Expo on Separation Techniques, will be organized around the theme “Recent discovery and advancement in the field of Separation science”
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The hyphenated technique is developed from the blending of a separation technique and an on-line spectroscopic detection technology. The significant improvements in hyphenated analytical methods over the last two decades have significantly broadened their applications in the analysis of biomaterials, especially natural products. This is useful for pre-isolation analyses of crude extracts or fraction from various natural sources, isolation and on-line detection of natural products, chemotaxonomic studies, chemical fingerprinting, quality control of herbal products, dereplication of natural products, and metabolomics
- Track 1-1GC-MS
- Track 1-2LC-MS
- Track 1-3LC-FTIR
- Track 1-4LC-NMR
- Track 1-5CE-MS
Bio separation is the name given to the practice of purifying biological products on large-scale, using fundamental aspects of engineering and scientific principles. The end goal of bio separation is to refine molecules, cells and parts of cells into purified fractions. Biological products can be separated and purified depending upon the following characteristics: density, diffusivity, electrostatic charge, polarity, shape, size, solubility and volatility.
- Track 2-1AffinitySeparation
- Track 2-2Ultracentrifugation
- Track 2-3Counter-current extraction
- Track 2-4Electrophoresis
Membrane technology is a proven separation method used on the molecular and ionic levels. The main force of membrane technology is the fact that it works without the addition of chemicals, with a relatively low energy use and easy and well-arranged process conductions. For some time, membrane separation technologies of reverse osmosis, ultra-filtration, Nano-filtration and micro-filtration have been used to concentrate and purify both small and large molecules.
- Track 3-1Membrane technology and industrial separation techniques
- Track 3-2Separation and purification membrane based processes in see water and waste water treatment
- Track 3-3CO2 capture via membrane technology
- Track 3-4Separation processes through polymeric and hybrid membranes
- Track 3-5Membrane separation technology in food industry
- Track 3-6Modeling of separation and purification membrane processes
- Track 3-7Techniques for membrane preparation and characterization in separation processes
- Track 3-8Processes of membrane separation and purification of bio-derived sources
- Track 3-9Hydrogen separation and purification processes via membrane reactors technology
- Track 3-10Membrane separation technology in petrochemical industry
Separation techniques are a major part of analytical chemistry and chemical engineering, play an important role in different fields like biotechnology, forensic studies, food technology, the pharmaceutical industry, and petroleum industries. Major advances in separation science have enabled biologists, chemists, pharmacists and environmentalists make breakthroughs of their own genomics, drug discovery, DNA fingerprinting and ultra-trace residue analysis, for instance, would not be possible without recourse to the findings generated by separation science.
High-throughput separations (fast analysis) are in great demand in many fields, such as clinical, forensics, toxicology, environmental and pharmaceutical analyses. On the other hand, highly efficient separations are necessary for many applications, including metabolomics, proteomics, and genomics. Very complex samples, such as biological materials, tryptic digests or natural plant extracts require highly efficient and fast analytical procedures to yield high resolution within an acceptable analysis time. The growing demand to enhance efficiency and reduce analysis speed directed many researchers to develop innovations in the traditional separation system.
- Track 4-1Separation techniques in forensic science
- Track 4-2New separation chemistry techniques for radioactive waste
- Track 4-3Separation techniques in petroleum industry
- Track 4-4Separation techniques in biotechnology
- Track 4-5Separation techniques in waste water treatment
- Track 4-6Separation techniques in biochemistry
- Track 4-7Theoretical advancement in chromatography and related separation techniques
Analytical chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the separation, identification and quantification of chemical compounds. Chemical analyses can be qualitative, as in the identification of the chemical components in a sample, or quantitative, as in the determination of the amount of a certain component in the sample. Analytical chemistry is also focused on improvements in experimental design, chemo metrics, and the creation of new measurement tools. Analytical chemistry has broad applications to forensics, medicine, science and engineering.
- Track 5-1Qualitative analysis
- Track 5-2Spectroscopy
- Track 5-3Mass spectrometry
- Track 5-4Electrochemical analysis
- Track 5-5Standard curve
- Track 5-6Separation
- Track 5-7Microscopy
- Track 5-8Signals and noise
- Track 5-9Thermal analysis
Chromatography is an important biophysical technique that enables the separation, identification, and purification of the components of a mixture for qualitative and quantitative analysis. Proteins can be purified based on characteristics such as size and shape, total charge, hydrophobic groups present on the surface, and binding capacity with the stationary phase. Four separation techniques based on molecular characteristics and interaction type use mechanisms of ion exchange, surface adsorption, partition, and size exclusion. Other chromatography techniques are based on the stationary bed, including column, thin layer, and paper chromatography. Column chromatography is one of the most common methods of protein purification.
- Track 6-1Column chromatography
- Track 6-2Ion-exchange chromatography
- Track 6-3Gel-permeation chromatography
- Track 6-4 Affinity chromatography
- Track 6-5Paper chromatography
- Track 6-6Thin-layer chromatography
- Track 6-7Gas chromatography
Spectroscopy deals with the production, measurement, and interpretation of spectra arising from the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter. There are many different spectroscopic methods available for solving a wide range of analytical problems. The methods differ with respect to the species to be analyzed (such as molecular or atomic spectroscopy), the type of radiation–matter interaction to be monitored (such as absorption, emission, or diffraction), and the region of the electromagnetic spectrum used in the analysis. Spectroscopic methods are very informative and widely used for both quantitative and qualitative analyses.
- Track 7-1Mass spectroscopy
- Track 7-2 Ultraviolet and visible absorption spectroscopy
- Track 7-3Laser induced bombardment spectroscopy
- Track 7-4Hyphenated techniques developed using spectroscopy
- Track 7-5Infrared absorption spectroscopy
- Track 7-6X-ray photo electron spectroscopy
- Track 7-7Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
- Track 7-8Raman spectroscopy
Chromatography and mass qualitative analysis is occupied for analysis of organic compounds. Electro spray ionization (ESI) could be a technique employed in mass spectroscopic analysis. Recent advances in sample preparation techniques to beat difficulties encountered throughout measuring of little molecules from bio fluids mistreatment LC-MS. Global bio analysis seminars are conducted and those specifically applied for chromatography assays, ligand binding assays to know more advances.
- Track 8-1Molecular exclusion as separation technique
- Track 8-2ESI Techniques
- Track 8-3Pseudo affinity chromatography
- Track 8-4Mass Spectrometry with Proteomics
- Track 8-5Hydrophobic interaction chromatography
- Track 8-6Dye-ligand chromatography
- Track 8-7High-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC)
- Track 8-8Applications of Mass Spectrometry
- Track 8-9New Approaches in Mass Spectrometry
These technologies use heat evaporative systems, involve brine heaters, flash chambers and high temperature conversion processes in the conversion of seawater to fresh water. This technology has demanded the use of a wide range of materials involving the copper-base (cupronickels), iron-base (stainless steels) and titanium. Both the multi-stage flash (MSF) and the multi-effect distillation (med) processes are very capital intensive, with large footprints.The membrane process, or reverse osmosis (RO), is the low-temperature, high-pressure process in achieving the same ends. At the same time, this is a separation process used in the optimization and purification of potable and drinking waters. This process can be modularized or built as a full-scale plant for conversion.
- Track 9-1Ion exchange
- Track 9-2Solar desalination
- Track 9-3Waste water Reclamation Process
- Track 9-4Latest water purification techniques
- Track 9-5Distillation
- Track 9-6Basic water purification techniques
- Track 9-7Industrial waste water treatment
- Track 9-8Membrane processes
- Track 9-9Agricultural wastewater treatment
- Track 9-10Geothermal desalination
- Track 9-11Advanced water treatment technologies
- Track 9-12High grade water recycling
High-throughput separations (fast analysis) are in great demand in many fields, such as clinical, forensics, toxicology, environmental and pharmaceutical analyses.3 on the other hand, highly efficient separations are necessary for many applications, including metabolomics, proteomics and genomics. Very complex samples, such as biological materials, tryptic digests or natural plant extracts require highly efficient and fast analytical procedures to yield high resolution within an acceptable analysis time. The growing demand to enhance efficiency and reduce analysis speed directed many researchers to develop innovations in the traditional separation system.
- Track 10-1Nano scale materials as separation agents
- Track 10-2High-temperature membranes
- Track 10-3Electrochemical approaches for gas separations
- Track 10-4Small-scale widely distributed CO2 recovery processes
- Track 10-5Carbon management through carbon monoxide
- Track 10-6Novel hydrogen storage concepts
The development of the pharmaceuticals brought a revolution in human health. These pharmaceuticals would serve their intent only if they are free from impurities and are administered in an appropriate amount. To make drugs serve their purpose various chemical and instrumental methods were developed at regular intervals which are involved in the estimation of drugs. These pharmaceuticals may develop impurities at various stages of their development, transportation and storage which makes the pharmaceutical risky to be administered thus they must be detected and quantitated. For this analytical instrumentation and methods play an important role.
- Track 11-1Fluorimetry and phosphorimetry
- Track 11-2Near -infrared spectroscopy (NIRS)
- Track 11-3Electrochemical methods
- Track 11-4Electrophoretic methods
- Track 11-5Flow injection and sequential injection analysis
- Track 11-6Pharmacovigilance
- Track 11-7Titrimetric techniques
- Track 11-8Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR)
- Track 11-9Kinetic method of analysis
- Track 11-10High performance thin layer chromatography
High performance liquid chromatography has stood on a rock hard foundation and has seen several innovations which have met the growing expectations in separation techniques. It has been used in an extremely wide range of analytical methods and it is impossible to give a comprehensive set of examples that would illustrate its wide applicability in a variety of matrices. Some desirable features through several innovations which have made a remarkable contribution to the popularity of the HPLC technique in laboratories across the globe, like, high separation efficiencies with lowest column back pressures, separations over wide temperature ranges etc.
- Track 12-1Advances in Stationary Phases
- Track 12-2 Ultra Pressure Liquid Chromatography (UPLC)
- Track 12-3Nano- bore and Micro- bore High Performance Liquid Chromatography
- Track 12-4Hyphenated LC techniques
- Track 12-5Fast Protein liquid chromatography
- Track 12-6Chiral chromatography
Chemical processes consist of separation stages in which the process streams are separated and purified. Heterogeneous mixtures consist of two or more phases which have different composition. These mixtures consist of components that do not react chemically and have clearly visible boundaries of separation between the different phases. Components of such mixture can be separated using one or more appropriate techniques. These separation processes includes gas-liquid (vapor-liquid) separation, gas-solid separation (vapor-solid), liquid-liquid separation (immiscible), liquid-solid, and solid-solid separation etc. This separation can be done by exploiting the differences in density between the phases. Gravitational force or centrifugal force can be used to enhance the separation.
- Track 13-1Electrostatic precipitator
- Track 13-2Gas-Liquid separator
- Track 13-3Liquid-Liquid separator
- Track 13-4Gravity separator
- Track 13-5 Centrifugal separator
- Track 13-6High speed tubular centrifuge
Bio magnetic separation techniques have a wide range of applications in biosciences.The beads are uniform, mono-dispersed, paramagnetic, consisting of a nanometer-scale super paramagnetic iron oxide core encapsulated by a high purity silica shell. The silica is suitable for chromatography in order to purify target molecules. The technique is quick, simple and flexible for large and small samples overcoming the need to repeated centrifugation and pipetting. It is an exciting time for bio magnetic separation and the large number of specialties, companies and patients that may benefit from it, from small production companies to large pharma and academic research institutions.
- Track 14-1DNA/RNA Purification
- Track 14-2Antibody purification
- Track 14-3Ion exchange
- Track 14-4Affinity purification
- Track 14-5Endotoxin removal
- Track 14-6Protein purification
- Track 14-7Peptide and antibody conjugations
- Track 14-8Reverse phase chromatography
- Track 14-9Nucleic Acids Capture
- Track 14-10Cell Capture
Separation Techniques is the most important unit operation in food processing. The first processes developed to separate food components selected physical or mechanical means that allowed simple separations involving solid–solid or solid–liquid systems. Another group of separation relied on heat-induced phase changes as the driving force for the separation. From simple evaporation to distillation and solvent extraction, such approaches allowed for the concentration of many liquid foods (i.e. milk, fruit and vegetable juices, etc.) and for as the industrial production of ethanol, liquor, and vegetable oils.
- Track 15-1Physical separation of food components
- Track 15-2Processes involving phase separation
- Track 15-3Membrane separations
- Track 15-4Sustainability of separation technologies in food processing
- Track 15-5New trends in food industry
The Separation Techniques industry is indicating development quickly, with esteem anticipated that would hit 240 billion dollars by 2017, up from 164 billion dollars in the year 2010, stamping yearly development of about 7%, as per a current modern research report. Geologically, worldwide detachment innovations advertise has been portioned into four zones to be specific, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World. Separation techniques industry which is comprised of several equipment like chromatography, spectrometry, electrophoresis, is one of the emerging field which shows the greater impact in the market.
Mineral metals are one of the fundamental crude materials which ought to be isolated and cleaned to their mineral structures. Mineral metal can be isolated by their molecule sizes, physical properties, and concoction properties. Partitions are made by concoction medicines and they are liable to quality control in every area to achieve its monetary review by isolating every other contamination. Mineral processing, the art of treating crude ores and mineral products in order to separate the valuable minerals from the waste rock, or gangue. It is the first process that most ores undergo after mining in order to provide a more concentrated material for the procedures of extractive metallurgy. The primary operations are comminution and concentration, but there are other important operations in a modern mineral processing plant, including sampling and analysis and dewatering.
Radiochemical separation methods include precipitation, solvent extraction, distillation, ion exchange, and chromatography. Since radioelements are often present in very low chemical concentrations, effects such as sorption on surfaces, anomalies in solvent extraction, etc., must be guarded against. These effects may be eliminated by the addition of an acid, a complexing agent, or a carrier to a radioelement solution. A carrier is a material chemically similar to, or identical with, a given radionuclide. An isotopic carrier is the ordinary stable element with which the radioactive species are isotopic.
Absorption and Adsorption is an important part of separation techniques. The major difference between adsorption and absorption is that one is a surface process and the other a bulk process. It plays a big role in reducing air pollution in many applications around the world. Studies show that the largest single use of absorbers this year will be to capture SO2 from power-plant flue gas. Adsorbers will be used by many chemical process industries (CPI) to capture volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odors. A small, but fast growing industrial segment uses ozone and oxidants in combination with absorbers.