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Exposition Applications

EAS is currently accepting applications for booth and tabletop exhibits for the 2021 Symposium at the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center in Plainsboro, N,J on November 15-17th. If you are interested in exhibiting, please complete the booth application and submit to exposition@eas.org.  Prime booth and tabletop locations are still available. 

The Exposition features companies showcasing new instrumentation, innovative products, services, and technologies; click here to see our current list of exhibitors.  The Symposium technical program also includes over 350 papers on a wide array of topics in addition to our theme, including pharmaceutical analysis, sample preparation, forensic science analysis, chemometrics, analytical chemistry, food analysis and many more.  The program emphasizes the practical use of related technologies such as CE, GC, LC, near-IR, mid-IR, Raman spectroscopy, NMR, mass spectrometry, spectroscopy, microscopy, robotics, and sensors.       

This November, EAS will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Symposium.  The theme for this year is “Curiosity, Chemistry & Perseverance”, a tribute to the science of both the Curiosity and Perseverance Mars Rovers and reflecting the human desire for truth and knowledge through science despite recent challenges.  Our technical program will highlight visual and chemical imaging, elemental analysis with X-ray detection and Raman spectroscopy as they are being utilized by the Perseverance Rover during its exploration of the Mars surface. Our call for papers is now open, we hope you will submit an oral or poster abstract to be a part of our technical program; click here to submit an abstract.

Please consider joining us this year for our Diamond Anniversary! If you cannot attend in person in November, we also offer several different sponsorship opportunities to allow you to stay connected with attendees. Please direct any questions you may have to exposition@eas.org.   Thank you for your continued support of EAS!

Janine Kishbaugh
EAS Exposition Director