Conference & Speakers

If you register to visit the conference, please ensure that you register to visit the exhibition too.

 

REGISTER FOR THE EXPO

 

Johannesburg

Ticketpro Dome, Northgate

 

Exhibition 15 - 17 August 2017

Conference 16 - 17 August 2017

 

 

Free Parking to all visitors

 

Conference Delegates include;

 

Delegate Bag

Gifts and Goodies.

 

Refreshments, Snacks & Lunch

 

 

LAB AFRICA 2017

 

CONFERENCE ON ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND RELATED SCIENTIFIC FIELDS

Short Itinerary

Day 1 -  Wednesday 16th August 2017

Registration 08h30

 

Registration 08h30

Developments in Analytical Chemistry

 

Ms. Rose Chiteva - Kenya Forestry Research Institute

Determination of Ascorbic acid in Syzigium Cordatum fruits using High Performance Liquid Chromatograph (HPLC) with UV Detection

 

Dr. Peter Gorst-Allman - Separation Science Consultant, Pretoria Extending the scope of GC-MS and GCXGC-MS analysis using new software tools

 

Ms. Ruvimbo Mangwiro - Department of Chemistry, Nelson Mandela University

Reactir Flow Cell: An Analytical Tool for the Continuous Flow Synthesis of Isoniazid

 

Mr. Igor Tonzetic - Sci-Ba

Developments in Micro-XRF with regards to Materials Analysis

 

Mr. Till Olfers - United Scientific (Pty) Ltd

Large Data on Small Scale - combining Robotics and Microfluidics for a fully automated Microbioreactor System

 

Mr. David Long - Sci-Ba and Allan Fraser & Associates

Reducing Uncertainty in XRF Analysis: Iron-Ore Case Study

 

Mr. Hannes Cronje - Research and Development, De Beers Technologies

Visually Determining the Density of an Ore Sample

 

Laboratory Automation and On-Line Analysers

 

Mr. Cloudius Ray Sagandira - Department of Chemistry, Nelson Mandela University

Lab Automation in Chemical Synthesis using Flow Chemistry Technology

 

Mr. Luke D. Johnson - Hach Company

A new method for Turbidity Determination - Online and Laboratory Measurements have never been closer

 

Mrs. CĂ©line Assmann - Analytical Instruments, a Division of GE

Power Online Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Monitoring for Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants Processes and Operations Optimisation

 

 

 

 

 

Registration 08h30

Developments in Analytical Chemistry - Part 2

 

Mr. David Long - Sci-Ba and Allan Fraser & Associates

Reducing measurement uncertainty in XRF analysis: Iron-ore case study

 

Dr. Hans-Joachim Muhr - Mettler-Toledo GmbH, Analytical, Switzerland

Advances in stray light testing and automated performance verification for UV/VIS spectrophotometers

 

Statistical Methods in Analytical Chemistry

 

Mr. Allan Fraser - Allan Fraser and Associates

The application of ANOVA and Bonferroni post-hoc t-tests in the comparison of analytical data from four laboratories on a chromite concentrate

 

Materials Science

 

Dr Hlengilizwe Nyoni - UNISA

Understanding pressure driven filtration processes in selective removal of priority contaminants of emerging concern: Use of Anton Paar SAXSpace system

 

Dr. Machawe Motsa - UNISA

The application of surface charge analysis in membrane filtration research

 

Mr. Ntokozo Nyathi - Technical and Sustainability, Group Processing, Anglo American PLC

Iron Ore Characterisation using visually determined Density Measurements

 

Mr. Hannes Cronje - Research and Development, De Beers Technologies

Visually determining the density of an ore sample

 

Day 2 - Thursday 17th August 2017

Registration 08h30

Lab Africa and Analyzers Africa is owned and organised by Orbes Media (Pty) Ltd