Press Release – NMR Process Systems – Danbury CT February 14, 2007  

Dr Edwards of Process NMR Associates has been asked to organize a session on Process NMR Technology at the Eastern Analytical Conference to be held at the Garden State Exhibit Center, November 12-15, 2007. Below is a copy of the Call for Papers sent out on February 14, 2007. 

Hello to all,

I have been asked by Cecil Dybowski to chair a session on Process NMR Technology at the 2007 Eastern Analytical Symposium to be held November 12-15 at the New Jersey Garden State Exhibit Center in Somerset New Jersey. At this point I am putting out some feelers to gauge the level of interest that is out there amongst NMR practitioners in this field. I would like the session(s) to encompass both high resolution and time-domain applications of NMR in process control applications and at-line in manufacturing facilities in all industry sectors. The work can be actual on-line examples or laboratory based analysis being used to justify or prove applications before they are spun out to the plant. Developments in hardware, software and chemometrics would also be of general interest and to this end hardware talks on magnet and NMR-sensor development and their potential application would be encouraged. Fully automated NMR analysis in the laboratory that simply requires a technician to load the samples would also be considered as a valid topic.

The abstract deadline for EAS is April 15th. If you are interested in presenting a paper I would appreciate hearing from you by e-mail. Once I know how much interest is out there I will begin pulling the details together and have the speakers submit abstracts through the EAS website. For your information the EAS is the premier analytical meeting for the U.S. East coast and it has a website at Also, as an introduction to the symposium itself, I am providing a link to the program chairs letter –

The distribution I have included in this e-mail are of persons and organizations that I know are working in this field. If you have any colleagues, customers, or acquaintances who you feel could provide a good presentation on their research or applications please feel free to forward this e-mail on to them, or inform me of their e-mail address and I will contact them.

I look forward to hearing from you and hope that you will join us in New Jersey,

Best Regards,


Contact : John Edwards, (203) 744-5905  E-Mail: