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Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology, Kenya
25-29 August 2014
GC-MS Essentials: From Sample Injection to Spectral Interpretation.
Applications are invited from researchers, lecturers and students pursuing PhD in relevant topics for the
above workshop which will cover the practical aspects of Gas Chromatography, method development,
quantitative analysis and spectral interpretation of GC-MS.
Applications giving detailed description of teaching and current research work, CV and letters of
introduction from one referee (in case of students) should reach the PACN Kenya office by 15th March
2014. Opportunities are limited to 15 positions only. Those who qualify will be informed by 15th April
2014. Limited travel allowances will be provided by PACN Kenya for those who request and are
deemed deserving.
The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Steven Lancaster and Professor Anthony Gachanja.
Dr. Steven Lancaster is an analytical scientist with many years experience working in mass
spectrometry, gas and liquid chromatography, and polymer analysis. Currently, he is the
Team Leader of Analytical Sciences at Domino Printing Sciences (UK), where he provides
leadership and technical expertise in all aspects of analytical chemistry. He is also the
Founder and Managing Director of Foundation for Analytical Science & Technology in Africa
Prof. Anthony Gachanja is a Professor in Analytical/Environmental Chemistry at the Jomo
Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology with research interests in analytical
instrumentation, natural pesticides, water research, and air quality. He is also actively
engaged in analytical equipment validation and maintenance, waste water treatment
consultancy and attached to National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) as an
Dr. Steven Lancaster Prof. Anthony Gachanja
Enquiries and applications may be sent by email to:
Mr. Erick O. Awas
Administrator, PACN Kenya Office
Department of Chemistry
University of Nairobi
P.O. Box 30197, 00100
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