The Minnesota Chromatography Forum is a scientific society committed to the advancement of chromatography. Since its founding in 1978, the MCF has provided area chromatographers with the opportunity to expand their knowledge in the separation sciences in a variety of ways.
Each year three evening sessions are held with invited speakers ranging from local experts to leading international chromatographers. In addition to the evening meetings, a three day Spring Symposium and Exposition is held in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area.
MCF Spring Symposium: The Upper Midwest’s Largest Chromatographic Instrumentation and Supplies Exhibition
May 4-6, 2015
Earle Brown Heritage Center
The Minnesota Chromatography Forum invites you to participate in the 36th Annual Spring Symposium and Intensive Short Courses at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Minneapolis, MN. This program will interest people from all areas of separation science. Planning is underway for this year’s event so check back frequently for updates!
General Schedule and Deadlines
|Abstract Submission Deadline||TBD|
|Short Course Registration Deadline||TBD|
|Advance Registration Deadline for Symposium||TBD|
|Short Courses||May 4-5, 2015|
|Special Topic Sessions||May 5, 2015|
|Vendor Seminars, Exhibitor Reception||May 5, 2015|
|Spring Symposium Technical Program||May 6, 2015|
On Tuesday, you are invited to the afternoon Vendor Seminars and to the annual evening reception. Also, Tuesday afternoon is the opening of the poster sessions and an exhibition of chromatography instrumentation and supplies. The reception, vendor seminars, and poster sessions are free and are an excellent opportunity to meet fellow chromatographers.
Please join us Wednesday for the keynote address and technical program focusing on chromatographic and mass spectrometric analysis in the following areas:
Planning underway – check back for updates!
Where to Stay: Hotel is yet to be determined – check back for updates!