March 10 - 13, 2025, Leipzig/Germany


Campus Augusteum - Paulinum
(Photo: Christian Hüller / Universität Leipzig, SUK)

The Division of Analytical Chemistry of the German Chemical Society invites you to ANAKON 2025, with scientific support from the Austrian Society for Analytical Chemistry (ASAC) and the Division of Analytical Sciences of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS)

March 10 - 13 2025

As the most important joint conference of German, Austrian and Swiss analytical chemistry, ANAKON offers a forum for new scientific content, the presentation of novel equipment and methods and, in particular, for direct dialogue between scientists!

The fact that analytical chemistry as a science plays a central role in our lives is evident in many areas: in materials science, pharmaceutical development, diagnostics and medicine, environmental monitoring, the monitoring of industrial processes, equipment development, the control of our drinking water as well as our food - to name just a few examples. Methods and instrumental developments in analytical chemistry are used everywhere.

ANAKON has set itself the goal of reflecting this diversity as broadly as possible within the framework of a conference.

In 2025, ANAKON will take place at Leipzig University. With around 30,000 students and 1,850 academics, Leipzig University is one of the oldest universities in Germany. It is a full university that offers over 200 degree programmes. Over 40,000 students characterise Leipzig's cityscape, as does the Augusteum, completed in 2012. Leipzig has been a stronghold of analytical chemistry for many years, as evidenced by several professorships in analytical chemistry and the large number of non-university scientific institutions, such as the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ and the Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research - TROPOS. As a trade-fair city, book city and music city, Leipzig is home to a lively and diverse art and cultural scene and has something to offer all its guests. In addition to the world-famous Gewandhaus Orchestra, the St. Thomas Boys Choir and the Monument to the Battle of the Nations, a stroll through the city centre offers an insight into the history and character of the city.

Leipzig has a lot to offer to analytical scientists!

The scientific and organising committee of ANAKON 2025 is looking forward to welcoming you to Leipzig from 10 to 13 March 2025!


Prof. Dr. Detlev Belder
Leipzig University

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Reemtsma
Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ


(German Chemical Society)
Event Team – Silvia Kirrwald & Martina Losch
P.O. Box 90 04 40
60444 Frankfurt am Main/Germany
Phone: +49 69 7917-358 / -580