Euroanalysis 2023 Venue and Location

Euroanalysis will be held at the International Conference Centre Geneva (CICG).

The CICG accommodates up to 2’200 people in its spacious rooms with variable configuration and equipped with cutting-edge technology.

The Centre contains 19 conference rooms of 20 to 300 sitting places, 2 large rooms with 350 to 1’000 places (that can be organized to bring the capacity to 2’200 sitting places), 60 offices, 1 multipurpose space of 600sqm, 1 post office, 2 bars and 1 restaurant for 600 guests.

It benefits from a privileged location in close proximity to the Place des Nations, the main International Organisations and permanent missions based in Geneva.

After a complete technological renovation carried out over the past three years, the CICG is now offering you an interior renovation and adopts a resolutely modern, bright and airy style.

The Division of Analytical Sciences (DAS)is one of the largest divisions (ca. 600 members) of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) and uniquely qualified to organize Euroanalysis 2023.

The executive committee of DAS represents the entire breadth of the research landscape in analytical sciences in Switzerland. Members come from government institutions, industry, and cantonal and federal institutions of higher education.

The DAS has organized many different meetings, including the annual Swiss analytical meeting called CHanalysis, which aims at connecting young and experienced scientists from all the different analytical fields. Members of the DAS executive board have been involved in the organization of many successful large international conferences in Switzerland and abroad, most recently HPLC 2015 and IMCS 2014, both hosted at the CICG in Geneva.


Switzerland is strongly recognized for its research excellence and outstanding research output. Many academic and industrial institutions are at the forefront of their disciplines and interconnected with interdisciplinary projects addressing the theme of the conference.

Swiss Federal research institutions, such as the Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag), the institute of energy research (PSI), and the institute of materials science and technology (Empa), as well as the federal (ETHZ, EPFL) and cantonal schools are recognized as worldwide leaders in their quest to understand complex systems.

Large multinational companies such as Novartis, Hoffmann–La Roche, Lonza, Nestlé, Syngenta, Givaudan and Firmenich, but also a wide range of smaller companies and startups combine to amass impressive research power and are major players on the world stage, shaping our connected world. All of this is concentrated within a highly developed, compact space in the heart of Europe in an environment of exceptional natural beauty.

Geneva is in the heart of Europe, with an international airport that offfers direct flights to over 140 destinations, low cost carriers and high-speed trains from and to European cities.

The journey time by train from the airport to the city center takes just 6 min, the shortest anywhere in in Europe. Public transport is free in Geneva for passengers arriving at the airport (80 min) and for guests staying at a hotel in Geneva.

Geneva has the largest conference capacity in Switzerland and offers 122 hotels with over 9'800 rooms in all price ranges.

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