The Australian Earth Sciences community is proud to host the 10th triennial scientific meeting of The International Association of Geoanalysts. Geoanalysis meetings are the main forum to meet with colleagues and discuss the latest developments and future needs in the field of measurements applied to geological and environmental materials. Geoanalysis 2018 will be held from 8th to 13th of July in Sydney, Australia. Scientific sessions will take place in excellent conference facilities situated on the park-like campus of Macquarie University. The conference will be rounded off with topical short courses given by experts in the field and a field trip along the beautiful New South Wales coast. We look forward to welcoming you to Sydney in July 2018.


Geoanalysis 2018        IAG


Session 1: Reference Material production and applications

Stephen Wilson (U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO USA)
Diversification of geologic reference materials, new needs, new requirements

Session 2: Geoanalysis in mining, exploration and remediation

Danielle Toase (Arcadis Australia Pacific)
Horizon scanning: An industry perspective on PFAS, an emerging contaminant of concern

Session 3: Dating, geochemical mapping and imaging with elements and isotopes

Jon Woodhead (University of Melbourne)
LA- ICPMS as an imaging tool: past, present, and future

Session 4: Instrumentation and new developments

Chen Wei (China University of Geosciences, Wuhan)
In situ carbon isotope analysis by laser ablation MC-ICP-MS

Sponsored by
    Agilent                Cameca                 Bruker

        CCFS                   EPS                 ThermoFisher

    Rio Tinto