On November 6, 2017, the 13th National Conference on Chemical Sensors (13th SCCS) was grandly held at Lijiang Waterfall Hotel, Guilin, Guangxi. The conference was hosted by the Chemical Sensors Professional Committee of the Analytical Instrument Branch of the Chinese Instrumentation Society, and was hosted by Guilin University of Electronic Technology. The State Key Laboratory of Chemical Biosensors and Metrology of Hunan University, Shanghai Normal University, Southwest University, Jiangsu Jiangdian Power Distribution Instrument Co-sponsored by Guilin University of Technology and Guangxi Normal University, it attracted more than 500 representatives from the industry to promote the academic exchange and development of chemical and biosensors.
The conference solicited a total of 297 papers, divided into four sub-venues, arranged 12 conference reports, 50 invitation reports, 41 oral reports, 146 poster presentations, a total of more than 500 participants, the scale is larger than the previous session. Record high.
Academician Yu Ruqin, Academician Wang Erkang, Academician Dong Shaojun, Guan Yafeng, Chairman of the Analytical Instrument Branch of the Chinese Institute of Instrumentation, Liu Changkuan, Executive Director, Xu Huarui, Vice President of Guilin University of Electronic Technology, Honorary Chairman of the Committee on Chemical Sensors, Zhang Zongxi, and Director of Hunan University Analysis and Testing Center Wu Hailong, the director of the Chemical Sensor Professional Committee, took a seat.
The Chemical Sensor Professional Committee of the Analytical Instrumentation Branch of the Chinese Institute of Instrumentation was established in 1985, this year is the 33rd anniversary of its establishment. From the initial National Ion Selective Electrodes Academic Exchange Conference to today's National Chemical Sensor Academic Conference, SCCS academic conferences are held every three years on average. So far, 13 sessions have been successfully held, going through 38 years. SCCS has almost the same origins as the International Chemical Sensor Conference held in Fukuoka, Japan in 1983. It can be described as witnessing the development of China's chemical sensor research field, fully showing the characteristics of multidisciplinary, multi-technological intersection and the bright future of industrialization.