GAS Analysis 2017: Symposium and exhibition for gas analysis

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GAS Analysis 2017 Symposium and exhibition for gas analysisGAS Analysis 2017: The leading international symposium and exhibition for gas analysis manufacturers, technical staff and end-users, presenting you the latest developments in laboratory, process analysis, metrology and sensor technology and their applications.

From 13 to 15 June 2017, NEN and the ISO technical committee on analysis of gases (ISO/TC 158) organize this GAS Analysis event for the 9th time. Our biennial event is the best global forum on analysis of gases to become aware of the latest developments and applications in the industry and society, attracting hundreds of experts from over 30 countries all over the world.

GAS Analysis 2017 offers you to:

  • meet peers, policy makers, technical staff, analysts, manufacturers, and end-users;
  • bring together experts from national and international institutions, world-renowned industry and academia from all over the world;
  • present and discuss – cutting edge – analytical developments related to process, energy, and health, safety and environment;
  • learn about improving process efficiency, consistency, safety and managing emission control as well as many other key aspects.

Parallel lecture sessions during a 3-day symposium programme and over 1 000 m² of exhibition and poster area provide information in the various fields of analysis of gases.

Registration is open!

We are delighted that the registration for GAS Analysis 2017 has opened. Learn more on the Registration page or register now be completing the online registration form (you will be directed to the NEN website).

Symposium programme available

We would like to thank all authors who submitted an abstract for a lecture or poster presentation. The Scientific Committee had a challenging job to review all the abstracts. Over 60 lectures have been accepted, which will be presented in two parallel sessions covering the following main themes: “Process industry”,  “Health, safety and the environment”, “Energy supply chain”, and “Laboratory & process analysis”. In addition, a dedicated poster session will be part of the programme with over 30 posters presenting the latest research results. More information is available at our Programme page.

Exhibition floor fully booked

GAS Analysis 2017 also offers a 3-day exhibition covering over 1 000 m². Over the years, the exhibition floor has become a unique meeting point in this specific field of analysis of gases. This is clearly recognised by companies that would like to introduce their innovative products, technologies and services. We are very pleased that the exhibition floor is fully booked including the extra spots that have been created. With 38 companies exhibiting at GAS Analysis 2017, including several new companies from Asia, this year’s edition promises to become an even better meeting place.

Sponsoring opportunities

We have several sponsoring options to give your organisation exposure prior to and during GAS Analysis 2017. We offer a wide range of opportunities including sponsoring the lanyard for the badges, promotional banners or the writing case. Download our Exhibition & sponsoring prospectus for the options we offer and additional information.

Highlights previous edition

GAS2015 was opened by Michal Malicki from ESA, the European Space Agency. In his opening speech he gave two practical examples of analysis of gases: off-gas measurements of VOCs and CO2 that happen during space missions. GAS2015 continued with parallel sessions on ‘natural gas & biogas’, ‘metrology, standardization & certification’, ‘analytical applications’, and ‘health, safety and the environment’. Almost 70 lectures gave insight in the new research developments in these areas. The lectures were well received and provided input for discussion and gaining new ideas. The best lecture was awarded to Minami Amano from the National Metrology Institute of Japan. During a poster session some 40 experts had the opportunity to present their research results and answer questions from the participants. The best poster was awarded to Daiana Leuenberger from METAS. The exhibition floor with 26 exhibitors was a convenient meeting and networking place during the breaks and opening drinks. Networking opportunities were also offered during the social event at Madurodam, a miniature park with a range of 1:25 scale model replicas of famous Dutch landmarks, historical cities and large developments. Rob Wessel, chair of ISO/TC 158, concluded GAS2015 by inviting participants to become active in this technical committee to develop the international standards needed by the market. All participants, sponsors and exhibitors were thanked for making GAS2015 a success.

More information about GAS2015 is available at