Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Systematic science is the investigation manages instruments and methods used to decide the item quality and amount by outright distinguishing proof and detachment of the materials. Investigative science is the mix of traditional wet lab substance strategies and present day instrumental techniques. Partition techniques like extraction, fractionation, refining required to break down the nature of the segment.


  • Track 1-1Electro-analytical Techniques
  • Track 1-2Analytical techniques for Biofilms
  • Track 1-3Emerging Imaging Techniques
  • Track 1-4Physico-chemical Analytical Techniques


Electrochemistry is the part of science that arrangements with the relations amongst electrical and synthetic marvels. It is likewise the branch of physical science that reviews the connection between electricity,as an alignment and quantitative marvel, and identifiable substance change, with either power considered a result of a specific synthetic change or viceversa


  • Track 2-1Interfacial Electrochemistry
  • Track 2-2Technologies of Electrochemical Energy Conversion
  • Track 2-3Electrochemistry in Molecular and Microscopic Dimenssions
  • Track 2-4Electrochemical engineering
  • Track 2-5Bioelectrochemistry

Nanotechnology is the emerging field that deals with Nano particles this track confers the information about the separation techniques used in nanotechnology. It is a branch of science that exploring the new dimension in the Nano level which leads into the discovery of new drugs, treatments, user friendly equipment, technologies, etc. This generation is now focusing on the Nano & Pico level experiments & technologies which leads to newer version of science.


  • Track 3-1Analytical Psychology
  • Track 3-2Novel separations employed in Nano Science
  • Track 3-3Advancements of Water Splitting using Nanotechnology
  • Track 3-4Nanoscale sensors
  • Track 3-5Nano-structured Absorbents
  • Track 3-6Separation and purification by Nano-particles
  • Track 3-7Separation in process Engineering

Analytical methadology incorporates fluorescence imaging has been utilized generally in cell science to concentrate cell structures and procedures, especially in living cells. Electro Analytical Techniques: Electro analytical methods offer a novel access to data on compound, biochemical, and physical frameworks

  • Track 4-1Fluorescence techniques
  • Track 4-2Electro analytical techniques
  • Track 4-3Nanotechnology applications in Analytical methods
  • Track 4-4HPLC Analytical method development and validation
  • Track 4-5Drug screening strategy and methods
  • Track 4-6Analytical methods and biomarker validation
  • Track 4-7Analytical research methodology

Spectroscopy is the study of communication between particles and electromagnetic radiation where it involves scattering, absorption, reflection or transmission of materials. The intensity of interaction between these materials gives the data about the physical properties of the substance. This track deals with various spectroscopy techniques which act as a basic analysis before separation.





  • Track 5-1Ultraviolet and visible Absorption Spectroscopy
  • Track 5-2Raman spectroscopy
  • Track 5-3Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
  • Track 5-4X-ray Spectroscopy
  • Track 5-5Ultra-visible & Florescence Spectroscopy
  • Track 5-6Molecular & Atomic Spectroscopy

Current systematic biotechnology is revolved around the usage of a plan of engaging stage headways that give contemporary best in class instruments for genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, sedate disclosure, screening and examination of consistent thing particles. Thusly, consistent biotechnology covers all locales of bioanalysis from biochips and nanochemistry to science and high throughput screening.


  • Track 6-1Raman Spectroscopy
  • Track 6-2FTIR
  • Track 6-3BIOASSAY
  • Track 6-4X-Ray crystallography

Separation technique is an approach to achieve any phenomenon that converts a mixture of chemical substance into two or more distinct product mixtures. Separation techniques plays a major role in almost all industrial process and sectors like petroleum, chemical, pharmaceutical, food technology, biotechnology, mining industries, wastewater management. Separation between constituents can be done by the standard and traditional methods like distillation, sedimentation, drying, absorption and adsorption process

  • Track 7-1Separation techniques used for hazardous materials
  • Track 7-2Separation techniques for surfactants, particles, metallic ions
  • Track 7-3X-ray scattering techniques
  • Track 7-4Advances in separations using Adsorbent materials
  • Track 7-5Isoelectric Focusing

The headway of the bioanalytical approach brought a dynamic teach for which the future holds numerous invigorating chances to encourage progressions. The standard impact of bionalysis in the pharmaceutical zone is to obtain a quantitative measure of the medication and its metabolites.



  • Track 8-1Chromatographic methods
  • Track 8-2Bioanalytical services and research
  • Track 8-3Diverse applications, Biologics, Diagnostics, and Toxicology
  • Track 8-4Spectroscopy and Ultrafast Spectroscopy
  • Track 8-5Microscopy, Hybrid methods, and Thermal analysis

Biochemistry is the branch of science that deals with biomolecules and their chemical processes within the living system. It focuses on what’s happening inside our cells, studying components like proteins, nucleic acids, organelles, signaling pathways and their metabolism to learn about these particles techniques like centrifugation, filtration, chromatography are being used. This session confers about the techniques used in biochemistry.



  • Track 9-1Advancements of Electrophoretic techniques in Biochemistry
  • Track 9-2Enzymatic separation technique
  • Track 9-3Urea complexion technique
  • Track 9-4Cytometry
  • Track 9-5Applications of Centrifugation

Mass spectrometry is an analytical technique which ionizes molecules and sort those ions based on their mass to charge ratio. Basically, it measures the mass within the sample and used to investigate the structure of materials to attain the quality spectra. Identification of unknown peaks in gas chromatography (GC/MS)-based discovery in order to find the protein metabolomics is challenging, and it remains necessary to permit discovery of novel or unexpected metabolites in the signalling pathways and/or further our understanding of how genotypes relate to phenotypes of that genomic series


  • Track 10-1Mass Spectrometry Configurations and Separation Techniques
  • Track 10-2Recent Advances and Development in Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 10-3Applications of Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 10-4Imaging mass spectroscopy
  • Track 10-5Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectrophotometry
  • Track 10-6MS in Clinical Research

Organic chemistry is the study deals with physical and chemical nature of organic materials which contains carbon atoms. Supramolecular chemistry is the study focuses on the chemical system rather than molecules. It deals with the molecular assembly where two or more compounds interact with weak electrostatic to strong covalent bonding provided with electronic coupling between molecules. This track deals with the separation techniques involved in organic chemistry


  • Track 11-1Chiral separation Techniques
  • Track 11-2Solid-liquid extraction
  • Track 11-3Solid phase extraction chromatography
  • Track 11-4Separations of Binary organic mixture
  • Track 11-5Development and analysis of photo redox reactions

Innovations used to perform bioanalytical techniques change as indicated by the sub-atomic substance's tendency. With compound products, the organic parts of test samples can be evacuated by precipitation or extraction, permitting remaining little molecule



  • Track 12-1DNA sequencing
  • Track 12-2Ion sensors
  • Track 12-3Quality assurance in Analytical chemistry
  • Track 12-4Recent advances in emerging imaging techniques

Membrane Separation is an innovation which specifically isolates (fractionates) materials by means of pores as well as moment holes in the sub-atomic course of action of a nonstop structure. Layer detachments are characterized by pore size and by the division driving force. Membrane separation is a technique that separate solvent and solute particles with help of semi permeable membranes. Membrane innovation is a non-specific term for various extraordinary, exceptionally trademark partition forms. These procedures are of a similar kind, in light of the fact that in each of them a film is utilized




  • Track 13-1Membrane separation and purification of air pollutants
  • Track 13-2Scope of membrane separation technology
  • Track 13-3Novel micro-filtration membranes
  • Track 13-4Enhanced oil/water separation by membranes
  • Track 13-5Recent advances of membrane separation technology
  • Track 13-6Bio-membrane & Biotechnology
  • Track 13-7Enhanced Oil and Gas Recovery
  • Track 13-8Petroleum Spectroscopy and PetroChemistry
  • Track 13-9Oil and Gas Separation Techniques

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an analytical chemistry technique used in quality control and research for determining the content and purity of a sample as well as its molecular structure. For example, NMR can quantitatively analyse mixtures containing known compounds


  • Track 14-1NMR techniques
  • Track 14-2Correlation spectroscopy
  • Track 14-3Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance
  • Track 14-4Bio molecular NMR spectroscopy

Innovations in separation science for improved sensitivity and cost-efficiency, increased speed, higher sample throughput and lower solvent consumption in the assessment, evaluation, and validation of emerging drug compounds. It investigates breakthroughs in sample pretreatment, HPLC, mass spectrometry, capillary electrophoresis and therapeutic drug monitoring for improved productivity, precision, and safety in clinical chemistry, biomedical analysis, and forensic research. The most common instrumental chromatographic method used in the clinical laboratory is the gas-liquid chromatography

  • Track 15-1Structural analysis of Clinical compounds
  • Track 15-2Qualification and Quantification of clinical drugs
  • Track 15-3Development of Ionic liquid drugs
  • Track 15-4Determination of Active ingredients of Drugs and Impurities
  • Track 15-5Sample preparation and extraction techniques in Drug analysis
  • Track 15-6Analytical Psychology

Biomarkers are now increasingly used in the pharmaceutical industry for early proof-of-concept studies and, furthermore, much research is focusing on the development of diagnostic and predictive biomarkers for point-of-care biosensor systems in the clinical environment and beyond.


  • Track 16-1Role of Biomarkers / Biosensors in various fields
  • Track 16-2Challenges of Identifying Biomarkers
  • Track 16-3Collaborating in Biomarker Assay Qualification & Validation
  • Track 16-4Integrating Biomarkers into Drug Development
  • Track 16-5Standardization and Regulation of Biomarkers

Mineral metals are one of the fundamental crude materials which ought to be isolated and cleansed to their mineral structures. Mineral metal can be isolated by their molecule sizes, physical properties and concoction properties. Partitions are made by concoction medicines and they are liable to quality control in every area to achieve its monetary review by isolating every other contamination.


  • Track 17-1Bioleaching
  • Track 17-2Electrowinning
  • Track 17-3Analytical techniques used in Geochemistry, Biogeochemistry and Earth sciences
  • Track 17-4Separation and purification process of minerals

Chromatography is an art of intermolecular cooperations and transport atoms or particles in an arrangement of commonly immiscible stages moving in respect to each other prompting the development of focus zones of individual segments of unique blends of substances or particles. Chromatography is a segment strategy that each logical master knows about the system.


  • Track 18-1Advancements in Chromatographic Techniques
  • Track 18-2Ion exchange chromatography
  • Track 18-3Theoretical Advancements in Chromatography
  • Track 18-4Paper chromatography
  • Track 18-5Gas chromatography
  • Track 18-6Liquid chromatography
  • Track 18-7NMR chromatography

Separation techniques plays a major role in all aspects of our daily life products it became a part and parcel of our environment. Raw materials which is of different forms and phases but can be separated to its purest constituent. The importance of separation techniques of different fields like biotechnology, forensic studies, food technology, pharmaceutical industry, petroleum industries.



  • Track 19-1Techniques used in separation of fossil/non-fossil fuels
  • Track 19-2Separation techniques used in biotechnology
  • Track 19-3Separation techniques used in forensic studies
  • Track 19-4Separation techniques used in Toxicology
  • Track 19-5Separation techniques used in Rubber & polymer industry
  • Track 19-6Separation techniques used in Food technology

Biomarkers are presently progressively utilized as a part of the pharmaceutical business for early evidence of-idea thinks about and, moreover, much research is concentrating on the improvement of demonstrative and prescient biomarkers for purpose of-mind biosensor frameworks in the clinical condition and past.



  • Track 20-1Challenges of Identifying Biomarkers
  • Track 20-2Collaborating in Biomarker Assay Qualification & Validation
  • Track 20-3Integrating Biomarkers into Drug Development
  • Track 20-4Standardization and Regulation of Biomarkers
  • Track 20-5Future of Biomarkers
  • Track 20-6Biomarker Technology Innovation

The Seperation Techniques industry is demonstrating advancement rapidly, with regard expected that would hit 240 billion dollars by 2017, up from 164 billion dollars in the year 2010, stamping yearly improvement of around 7%, according to a flow present day examine report. Geographically, overall separation developments promote has been partitioned into four zones to be particular, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World

  • Track 21-1Market Outline and Development
  • Track 21-2Europe and rest of world share
  • Track 21-3Future market of separation techniques

The improvement of particles under spatially uniform electric field in a fluid is called electrophoresis. It is caused by a charged interface appear between the particle surface and the enveloping fluid. The rate of development of atom depends on upon the nature of the field, on the net charge size and condition of the particles and moreover on the ionic quality, consistency and temperature of medium in which the molecules are moving.


  • Track 22-1Affinity electrophoresis
  • Track 22-2Dielectrophoresis
  • Track 22-3Gel electrophoresis
  • Track 22-4Immunoelectrophoresis
  • Track 22-5Isotachophoresis
  • Track 22-6Electrochromatography

Separation and purification techniques is an important aspect in this modern era. It involved in separation and purification of homogenous and heterogenous mixtures to its purest form. Separation is the segregation of different types of solid waste at the location where they are generated (a household or business). The most common reason for separating wastes at the source is for recycling. To reduce the environmental impact of waste disposal, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) encourages communities to develop strategies to decrease landfill use and lower the risks and inefficiencies of incineration. Waste reduction and recycling are the most environmentally beneficial methods to manage waste


  • Track 23-1Separation techniques for Effective waste management
  • Track 23-2Separation and Purification of Toxic gases
  • Track 23-3Separation techniques in Green Chemistry
  • Track 23-4Separation of greenhouse gases from Dilute Emissions
  • Track 23-5Organic pollutants separation process

This track covers all the key areas in Separation Science that includes, Adsorption, Centrifugation, Extraction, Crystallization, Evaporation, Electrostatic separation, Crystallization, Distillation, Flotation, microfiltration, Flocculation, Filtration membrane processes, Fractional distillation, Precipitation, Sublimation, Vapour-liquid separation, Sedimentation, Gravity separation, Electrophoresis, Ultrafiltration, Chromatography, cyclonic separation, Froth flotation,   Reverse osmosis, dialysis (biochemistry), Desalination, Wastewater Treatment etc. which are developing in a rapid speed to make a betterment of  Analytical Science.


  • Track 24-1Medical Devices in Analytical Techniques
  • Track 24-2Separations using High capacity polymers
  • Track 24-3Laser separation
  • Track 24-4Electro-driven Separations
  • Track 24-5Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange separations
  • Track 24-6Separation by Diffusion
  • Track 24-7Cryogenic Distillation
  • Track 24-8Applications of separation techniques

Inorganic analysis is a classification of analytical chemistry which used to find composition of inorganic materials. Detecting and separation of ions from other compounds. Supramolecular chemistry is the study focuses on the chemical system rather than molecules. It deals with the molecular assembly where two or more compounds interact with weak electrostatic to strong covalent bonding provided with electronic coupling between molecules.



  • Track 25-1Solid State analysis
  • Track 25-2Separations of Inorganic materials by chromatographic techniques
  • Track 25-3Dynamic light scattering instrument
  • Track 25-4Modern separation techniques in Inorganic analysis
  • Track 25-5Separation of Inorganic compounds by Liquid- Liquid Extraction
  • Track 25-6Potentiometric titration

Crystallography, branch of science that arrangements with perceiving the course of action and holding of iotas in crystalline solids and with the geometric structure of precious stone cross sections. Traditionally, the optical properties of gems were of incentive in mineralogy and science for the recognizable proof of substances.


  • Track 26-1Crystal engineering
  • Track 26-2Crystal optics
  • Track 26-3Crystallization processes
  • Track 26-4Crystallographic group
  • Track 26-5Diffraction
  • Track 26-6Electron crystallography
  • Track 26-7Molecular modelling
  • Track 26-8Powder diffraction

Titration, procedure of synthetic investigation in which the amount of some constituent of an example is controlled by adding to the deliberate example a precisely known amount of another substance


  • Track 27-1Assay
  • Track 27-2Acid-base titration
  • Track 27-3Complexometric titration
  • Track 27-4Karl Fischer titration
  • Track 27-5Nonaqueous titration

A scope of analytical tools and systems are utilized in the revelation of confirmation or examination of materials significant to the examination of wrongdoings or to other legitimate procedures. Such measurable confirmation may appear as organic examples, saved follow materials and build-ups or contaminant, fake or lie materials.


  • Track 28-1Forensic anthropology
  • Track 28-2Forensic engineering
  • Track 28-3Computational forensics
  • Track 28-4Forensic Entomology

Separation procedure is a technique to accomplish any phenomenon that changes over a blend of synthetic substance into two or more distinct product mixtures, which might be alluded to as mixture. No less than one of which is enhanced in at least one of the mixture's constituents.

  • Track 29-1Filtration and Distillation
  • Track 29-2Chromatography as a separation technique
  • Track 29-3Advancements in sample preparation techniques

Pharmaceutical analysis is a branch of practical chemistry that includes a progression of process for distinguishing proof, assurance, measurement and decontamination of a substance, partition of the segments of an answer or blend or assurance of structure of synthetic mixes


  • Track 30-1Absorption Spectroscopy in Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Track 30-2Modern pharmaceutical analysis
  • Track 30-3Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology

Process analytical chemistry resembles process analytical technology for example used for the pharmaceutical industry has its beginnings as a specific sort of analytical chemistry used for the technique production. The synthetic procedures are for generation and quality control of fabricated products, and process analytical technology is utilized to decide the physical and chemical composition of the desired items during a manufacturing process.


  • Track 31-1Food Technology Separation Techniques
  • Track 31-2Micro-Analytical systems
  • Track 31-3Nanotechnology
  • Track 31-4Chemometrics
  • Track 31-5Micro-Analytical systems
  • Track 31-6Nanotechnology

Spectroscopy is the study of communication between particles and electromagnetic radiation where it involves scattering, absorption, reflection or transmission of materials. The intensity of interaction between these materials gives the data about the physical properties of the substance. This track deals with various spectroscopy techniques which act as a basic analysis before separation.


  • Track 32-1Ultraviolet and Visible Absorption Spectroscopy
  • Track 32-2Fluorimetry and Chemiluminescence
  • Track 32-3Nuclear magnetic resonance Spectroscopy
  • Track 32-4X-ray spectroscopy
  • Track 32-5Ultra-visible & Florescence Spectroscopy
  • Track 32-6Molecular & Atomic Spectroscopy