Emerging Separations Technologies
Wednesday-Thursday 24-25th May 2023
RSC Burlington House, Piccadilly London, W1J 0BA, UK

Dear Vendor/Member,

We would like to bring to your attention a one and half day meeting organised by the Chromatographic Society and the Separations Science Group of the Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry, entitled “Emerging Separations Technologies 2023” to be held on Wednesday-Thursday 24-25th May 2023, at RSC Burlington House, London, UK.

After the success of the “Emerging Separations Technologies” meetings in 2015, 2017 and 2019, The Chromatographic Society and Separation Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry are pleased to announce “Emerging Separations Technologies 2023” (Spring Symposium), with a full and exciting topic and speakers program. The one and half day meeting will again be held at RSC Burlington House, London, UK, and will facilitate delegate and exhibitor access to a wide range of scientists.

The meeting will provide an insight into the latest innovations in column and instrument technologies through novel application and utilisation in life sciences. The agenda will cover a range of highly pertinent topics: Advances in column technologies, Vacuum Jacketed Column UHPLC technology, novel device/column formats and detectors, multidimensional chromatography, and a range complex targeted and untargeted analysis (including nitrosamines, biomarkers, environmental/toxicological, and new modalities).

Emerging Separations Technologies provides you with a unique means of sharing real experiences with other professionals and will provide excellent networking opportunities. The program is being designed to give attendees a range of highly interesting topics from highly regarded international speakers and new emerging professionals. As a result of the speakers we aim to recruit for this meeting and our proposed exhibition and vendor presentation programme, we believe this will be a highly interesting and well attended event.


Dr Fabrice Gritti (Waters, USA), Dr David Bell (LCGC Column Watch/Restek, USA), Dr Simone Dimartino (University of Edinburgh, UK), Dr Valentina D’Atri (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Dr Martin Jones (University of Birmingham, UK), Dr Tony Bristow (AstraZeneca, UK), Dr. Stefan Bieber (Analytisches Forschungsinstitut für Non-Target Screening GmbH, Augsburg, Germany), Dr Brunhilde Guessregen (Merck Group, Germany), Dr Lewis Couchman (ASI Ltd, UK), Gert Vankeerberghen and Raphael Ewonde (Vrije Universitet Brussels, Belgium) and many more!

Instrumentation and consumables will be displayed in a comprehensive supporting exhibition from relevant manufacturers (see below).

Lecturers and Exhibitors will be updated and timings and abstracts added to the programme as they are received.

The meeting is designed to be a low cost meeting (fees approx. ~£240 for members, ~£300 for non-members, Students and Retired at ~£120 and multiple student bursaries from the Societies to encourage attendance of delegates from a wide range of scientific fields

For more information visit the events page on the ChromSoc website www.chromsoc.com
or contact the ChromSoc.

The Chromatographic Society
SAS Event & Association Management
The Old George Brewery
Rollestone Street
Salisbury SP1 1DX UK
T: +44 (0)1722 339811
F: +44 (0)1722 331313
Stephne Graham: steph@sasevents.co.uk or Adrian Clarke (adrian.clarke@novartis.com)

We would like to gauge the interest within your company to attend, sponsor and exhibit at this meeting as we highly value your continued support. Your feedback is greatly appreciated so we design the best possible meetings for delegates and exhibitors!
The venue has capacity to hold around 10 vendor exhibition stands (and possibly more spaces)*. We are offering different levels of sponsorship packages, which are priced* accordingly;
*Prices are only approximate and will be confirmed with a formal offer.

Platinum Sponsorship – approx. £2000* (+ VAT) comprising of:
a. Presentation slot (lasting no longer than 15 mins including questions) during a Vendor Presentation Session.
b. One exhibition stand in exhibition room
c. Registration for the speaker/presenter and two delegates including lunch and refreshments
d. Brochures and publicity materials circulated to all delegates

Silver Sponsorship – approx. £1400* (+VAT) comprising of:
a. One exhibition stand in exhibition room
b. Registration for two delegates including lunch and refreshments
c. Brochures and publicity materials circulated to all delegates

a Expected to be educational in nature and not a commercial sales talk.
b May be the opportunity to present posters. e.g. 1 or more posters may be possible based on availability of display boards.
Additional vendor delegates can be registered as normal conference attendees via website.

In the case of “Platinum Sponsorship” you should note that we wish your presentation to contain a significant scientific content and be relevant to the theme of the meeting. If you are interested in this level of sponsorship, we request that you submit a short abstract (of ca. 100-250 words) –deadline 5thth April 2023. As spaces are very limited, the organisers reserve the right to select the most appropriate presentations.

Additional vendor delegates can be registered as normal conference attendees through the registration website.

If you would like to discuss further, exhibit or present at this event please forward all requests to Adrian Clarke (adrian.clarke@novartis.com).

Yours sincerely

Dr Adrian Clarke, Dr Lewis Couchman, Dr Leon Barron, Dr Tony Edge and Dr Daniel Meston.
On behalf of the Chromatographic Society and the Separations Science Group of the Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry.