61st ISA Analysis
April 24-28, 2016
About the Analysis Division
The Analysis Division aims to contribute to the professional involved in every aspect of process stream and laboratory methods of analysis-from theory and development to application, training, calibration, and others. Our role at the ISA Analysis Division is to facilitate program development, implementation and effectiveness through integrated planning, measurement, evaluation and interventions; and to support your specialty: such as spectroscopy, chromatography, electrochemistry and sample handling.
Becoming a Member
Membership to the Analysis Division provides you with access to a network of knowledge and opportunity to develop your own expertise and share this with fellow professionals. Whether you are already a member or thinking about membership, ISA provides a wealth of industry knowledge at your fingertips and will ensure you are on the cutting edge of technology and developments. In the Analysis Division, we enable our members to do their jobs better and help their organizations strategically use technology so that they, in turn, make the world a better, just, and equitable place. Membership in the ISA entitles you to one free "Automation & Technology" divisional membership. Simply check off "Analysis Division" when you register for your annual ISA membership. You then have access to the finest collection of process analyzer professionals in the world for the price of belonging to the ISA. Don't miss out on this opportunity to be an Analysis Division Member.
The Advantages of Membership
The Analysis Division (AD) is indispensable to any process analyzer professional, from technician level to design engineer. The nature of on-line process analytics is such that people spend their entire career in the field and the learning never stops. It is a mix of chemistry, physics, electronics, software, control engineering, sample handling, common sense, perseverance and black magic. The ISA Analysis Division is a collection of approximately 900 professionals, some who trace their career to the origins of process analytics. Every year in April, about 200 of these people gather at the Analysis Division Symposium. The upcoming symposium in Galveston, Texas (April 24 - 28) will be the 61st annual. In 2010 the Analysis Division compiled a CD catalogue of all the past papers and they number over 1000. This collection speaks to the accomplishments and what lies in our future. You can be a part of it. Contact us for more information.Visits since Jan 01, 2011