The 33rd Symposium, ISC 2022, is a five-day event opening on 18 September at the Novotel in central Budapest.
The major focus of the 2022 symposium will be on the impact of chromatography and separation sciences in meeting the needs of the pharmaceutical, environmental, food and health industries.
The scientific programme of lectures and poster sessions will be accompanied by an international exhibition and vendor seminars on instrumentation and services for chromatography, separation sciences and mass spectrometry.
The Molnár team will contribute to this year’s ISC scientific programme with an oral presentation on ‘Analytical Quality-by-Design (AQbD) model-based comparison of HPLC-Separation Systems using multivariate eluent Design Spaces’.
Arnold Zöldhegyi, DryLab’s software application specialist, will demonstrate new scientific results of continuous collaboration between academia and industry – George Emil Palade University in Targu Mures and Sz-imfidum – on a recent study that established a streamlined, model-based characterisation and comparison of complete separation systems.