This International Conference on CCC is a forum devoted to discussion of all aspects of the technique from rapid method development and theory, applications at all scales, and demonstrating value at an industrial scale. Its unique liquid stationary phase allows novel ways of continuous processing which will be demonstrated in Brunel’s Advanced Bio-processing Centre (ABC). This will be the first CCC conference where a whole day will be devoted to industrial delegates.
Conference venue and location
The conference will be held on the Brunel University Campus in Uxbridge, West London which is very close to Heathrow Airport. Conference sessions and the exhibition will take place in the Hamilton Conference Centre at Brunel. The pre-conference workshop on July 21-22, 2014 will take place in Brunel’s Advanced Bioprocessing Centre which is nearby.
Meeting and Hotel registrationBrunel University has its own hotel accommodation. This will be either in the Lancaster Suite or Lancaster Lodge. Room prices are in the order of £40-£50 per night +VAT (20%). The website will be regularly updated as the organisation of the conference progresses.
There will be a welcome reception and conference dinner during the conference. Trips to London, Oxford and Windsor will be organised on an “on demand” basis on July 26, 2014, after the conference has ended.
A key part of CCC2014 will be the Exhibition. The program will be structured to ensure that participants have ample opportunities to meet commercial CCC/CPC suppliers with their state-of-the-art instrumentation. To reserve booth space, exhibitors should contact the Conference chair.
How to get there
Brunel University is located in Uxbridge which is 5 miles from Heathrow Airport, 40 miles from Gatwick, Luton and City Airports and 60 miles from Stansted. Uxbridge is 45 minutes from Central London at the end of the Metropolitan Underground line. The U3 and 222 buses from Heathrow go to the University.
The university is 45 miles from Oxford, 10 miles from Windsor Castle, 14 miles from Legoland and 15 miles from Central London.