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2019.06.17
36th Joint Symposium was held at Kyoto University

86th Organic Micro Analysis Meeting, Japan Analytical Chemistry Association, and 110th The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE), Technical Committee on Mechanical Metrology.

Annual joint symposium was held on June 13 and 14, at the Graduate School and Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University.

Aggressive discussions were made at various fields of elemental analysis from researchers’ recent investigation results and from analyzer suppliers’ side.

We, AEMIC Trading, had an exhibition booth, which is a collaboration with Techno Science (sales in charge of East Japan region), and introduced Combustion Ion Chromatograph system, fluorescent X-ray analyzers, handy-type elemental analyzer, CHN analyzer made by EAI, and so forth.



Especially in this symposium, one topic was remarkably attracted attention from many participants:

“Development of high-speed Combustion Ion Chromatograph system focused on next generation’s halogens/sulfur analysis”
1. Fundamental concept, presented orally by Dr. Nagashima, NAC Techno Service
2. Application to elemental analysis samples, presented in poster session by Mr. Hotta, ditto.


As for the detail of this new system will be published and released at this coming JASIS2019 (Sept. 4-6, at Makuhari Messe). Please visit at the venue to grab the details.

The last session of the symposium was technical seminar (aka, “wrap-up party”), which was held at “Ganko Takase-gawa Nijo-En”, one of the most famous Kyoto-style restaurants. About 80 participants were joined and smacked lips frequently on delicious “Kaiseki” cuisine.
“Elementar Japan”, CHN manufacturer originally in Germany, entertained as the organizer, and we had enjoyed a lot in friendship atmosphere each other.


The next 37th symposium will be held in June, 2020, at Matsue, Shimane Prefecture, mainly organized by the Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Shimane university.