Defining Residues, Substrates, and Sampling Media
for the Contact Sampling Roadmap
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Date: Wednesday, August 13th, 2014.
Time: 8:30am – 6:45pm.
The topic of this workshop, “Defining Residues, Substrates, and Sampling Media for the Contact Sampling Roadmap,” included the following:
- Plenary and keynote presentations summarizing the state-of-the-art and key challenges associated with contact sampling effectiveness and sampling media, residues, and substrates.
- Workshop-style breakout sessions to identify representative residues, sampling media, and substrates that will form the basis for the Contact Sampling Roadmap that was introduced at TED (Trace Explosives Detection) 2014 in Charlottesville, VA.
Participants contributed to the discussion of the choice of media, residues, and substrates for the roadmap.
Room 378, Building 140 The Fenway
Northeastern University, Boston, MA
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Parking: A Campus map and directions are available online at www.neu.edu/campusmap. Northeastern University has two paid campus garages with parking: Renaissance Parking Garage (#62 on the campus map), located at 835 Columbus Avenue, Boston and Gainsborough Parking Garage (#45 on the campus map), located at 10 Gainsborough Street, Boston. Parking tickets will be validated at the workshop.
A Room block has been reserved for the nights of August 12th and 13th at the Inn at Longwood Medical, in Boston under “ALRT0813″. The room rate is $199/night + tax. The room rate will be held until July 21, 2014.
To book a room at the Inn at Longwood, you can visit their website, here, or you can call (617) 731-4700.
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