EnviroChem 2013 - 6th Symposium Chemistry and Environmental Protection

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Symposium time-table   (time-table in PDF format) - last update: May 16th, 2013, 19:39

Schedule of poster presentations   (PDF, 233 KB) - last update: May 20th, 2013, 12:50

Duration of invited lectures:   25 min.
Duration of oral presentations:   12 min.
Recommended poster dimensions are 100 (height) × 80 (width) cm.

Plenary Lecturers Presentation
Takeshi Nakano   (Japan) Enantioselective analysis of PCBs in Environmental Samples
Anne-Marie Delort   (France) Biotransformation of Methanol and Formaldehyde, atmospheric pollutants, by cloud microorganisms. Comparison with radical chemistry.
Albert Lebedev   (Russian Federation) Environmental analysis. The power and the beauty of mass spectrometry.
Ivan Špánik   (Slovakia) Identification of specific pollutants in Serbia: a case study for Novi Sad municipality
Invited Lecturers Presentation
Jan Schwarzbauer   (Germany) Water soluble polymers - a new threat for the environment?
Milena Jovašević Stojanović   (Serbia) Low-cost sensor techologies as a complement to science and management of air quality
Mira Aničić Urošević   (Serbia) Active moss biomonitoring of airborne trace elements in the Belgrade urban area: State of the art
Mirjana Vojinović Miloradov   (Srbija) Pseudo-persistence and low doses effects - Emerging and priority substances - Challenges and perspectives
Branka Žarković   (Serbia) Capability evaluation of potentially polluted water for the safe food production
Mila Laušević   (Serbia) Pharmaceuticals and pesticides in sediments, surface and groundwater of Danube river basin in Serbia
Tatjana Andjelković   (Serbia) Humic Substances - From Structure Toward Ecological Role
Milan Dimkić   (Serbia) Significant processes during river bank filtration in alluvial aquifers: mechanisms and role

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