Our morning session progresses with keynote presentations from industry, academia, as well as from instrumentation manufacturers.
Keynote address: Frontiers of the New Century
Managing Global Technology in the New Millennium
Process Analytical Systems: A Vision for the Future
Future Perspectives: OnSite Analysis and Sample Preparation
Future Trends in Analyzer Systems
For Monday afternoon, presentations continue with an open workshop entitled " Managing Global Technology in the New Millennium", with speaker David N. McArthur, Strategic Management and International Business, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV.
" As your organization becomes more distributed globally, more constrained by competition, and more diverse in its employee composition, the difficulties of managing the firm's technology internationally increase. Dominant issues that may make it difficult to manage your production and technical operations worldwide will be covered in this open workshop/discussion. "
In addition, Steve Walton, AIIR c/o Walton Associates will moderate a discussion with leading analytical instrumentation manufacturers and consultants on the Future Trends of Analytical Instrumentation, with the theme...Frontiers of the New Century.
If you're involved in the marketing and/or strategic planning of instrumentation, don't miss "IFPAC-Executive Conference" a full one day event, highlighting the IFPAC Plenary Session in the morning, and for the afternoon, an open workshop entitled " Managing Global Technology in the New Millennium", with speaker David N. McArthur, as well as Steve Walton's discussion with leading manufacturers, as part of our renowned Series "Analytical Instrumentation: Future Trends No. XI", sponsored by InfoScience Services, Inc.TO REGISTER