Source: Michael Bader

15th EuCheMS International Conference

on Chemistry and the Environment

20 - 24 September 2015 • Leipzig, Germany



Invited Speakers


Plenary Speakers


  • Janet Hering – Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Duebendorf, Switzerland

Water quality and the urban water cycle: Moving towards sustainable solutions

  • Hartmut Herrmann – Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany

Atmospheric chemistry: Recent findings in gas phase, aerosol and multiphase studies

  • Jerald F. Schnoor – University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA

Water sustainability and climate change

  • Avner Vengosh – Duke University, Durham, USA

An overview of the risks to water resources from unconventional energy exploration and hydraulic fracturing


Keynote Speakers


  • Roman Ashauer – University of York, United Kingdom

Mapping toxicodynamic parameters in chemical space

  • Mikhail Borisover – The Volcani Center, Israel

Current advances in environmental risk assessment of ionic organic chemicals

  • Adrian Covaci – University of Antwerp, Belgium

Human exposure to contaminants of emerging concern

  • Martin Elsner – HelmholtzZentrum Munich, Germany

Current Challenges in Isotope Studies of Environmental Contaminants: Multielement Isotope Analysis and Investigations of Micropollutants

  • Thilo Hofmann – University of Vienna, Austria

Are nanopesticides a new class of emerging contaminants?

  • Markus Kalberer – University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Characterization of Organic Aerosol Composition with Ultra-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry Techniques

  • Silvia Lacorte – CSIC Barcelona, Spain

Thresholds in trace analysis

  • Robert Loos – EC (JRC) Ispra, Italy

Analysis of emerging polar organic substances in water, fish, and SPM in the Joint Danube Survey using solid-phase extraction followed by UHPLC-MS-MS analysis

  • Sören Thiele-Bruhn – University of Trier, Germany

Fate and behavior of pharmaceutical sulfonamide antibiotics in agricultural soils

  • Jan Roloef van der Meer – University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Design and use of bacterial bioreporters for measuring organic pollution and their degradation




last update: 18 January 2016