Workshop 'INTRA' (4th) linked with ISI2016

Welcome to Nantes

      Isotopomers — molecules containing different isotope distribution patterns — provide researchers with a tool to study numerous physical and biological processes. Their intrinsic properties have been exploited to gain insight into a wide range of fields, including tracing material cycles in the solar system, in planetology, the atmosphere, oceans, terrestrial environment, the biosphere, and metabolism.
This Symposium will bring together scientists working on one or more aspects of isotopomer research to look into the latest scientific achievements in the observation, technical development, theory and exploitation of isotopomers.

* Registrations are closed
*101 paticipants,
We hope you have a safe trip and we look forward to meeting with you at the ISI 2016 conference.

Scientific Committee:

Conference Symposia

Venue:

Naohiro Yoshida, Chair,
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Claude Guillou,
European Commission, Italy
Mark Thiemens,
Univ. California San Diego, USA
Thomas Roeckmann,
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Doug Rumble,
Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA
Joël Savarino,
CNRS/UGA, Grenoble, France
Gérald Remaud,
CEISAM, University of Nantes, France
Alexis Gilbert,
ELSI, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Richard Robins,
CEISAM, University of Nantes, France
Matthew Johnson,
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Keita Yamada,
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
• Planetary Sciences & Geosciences

• Atmospheric Sciences

• Climate change

• Authentication

• Biogeosciences

• Molecular processes & Isotopomics

• Methodological developments

La Cité Nantes Events Center
( Cité des congrès )
5 rue de Valmy
Nantes, France

CEISAM laboratory EBSI Group