Register now for SCM-X!

Every other year, the combined analytical chemistry groups of the University of Amsterdam and VU University Amsterdam organize the International Symposium on the Separation and Characterization of Natural and Synthetic Macromolecules (SCM) as CASA

The tenth iteration, SCM-10 was slated for January 2021 in Amsterdam, but could not commence in physical form due to the covid-19 crisis. Instead this year will feature a special digital iteration of the symposium series with SCM-X.

SCM-X will provide you with a great opportunity to advertise your science within (and beyond) our community. Any scientific papers with publication year 2020 or 2021 that are within the scope of the SCM meeting can be highlighted at SCM-X. MSc and BSc theses may qualify if they can be downloaded from the website of your educational institute

You are invited to submit a pitch to highlight your work and to invite other researchers to read your full paper. Your pitch and the paper (or the abstract if it is not open access) will be made accessible from our website. We recommend pitches to be no longer than three minutes.

It should be noted that Wyatt has sponsored the SCM Award for Best Pitch!

Registration and participation is free of charge through the SCM-X website.

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