SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

The program formation is a key task of chairmen and scientific committee. The number of submitted abstracts was almost two times larger than the number of available slots in the program, and we have done our best to make the decision process as transparent and fair as possible. Each abstract submitted for oral presentation has been peer-reviewed by at least 6 reviewers from the scientific committee and invited speakers. In many cases, we had more then 10 evaluations. This gave us a strong basis for the final decision made by chairmen and representatives of the Permanent Scientific Committee and based mainly on the score from the evaluation process. We believe that strong poster sessions  are equally important to the conference success, and therefore all posters will be on display for the duration of the meeting.

The overview of all accepted oral presentations is presented here.
The time schedule of individual sessions and lectures will be published later on.

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➡   Saturday, June 17 - Short courses
➡   Sunday, June 18 - Short courses, Opening session
➡   Monday, June 19 - Program
➡   Tuesday, June 20 - Program
➡   Wednesday, June 21 - Program
➡   Thursday, June 22 - Program, Closing session
➡   The list of accepted posters (until 8 May)
➡   Program at glance

Saturday, June 17

14:00 - 18:00

Short courses are sponsored by Pfizer

Short course 1

Short course 2

Short course 3

Short course 4

14:00 - 18:00

Monika Dittmann
Kevin D. Wyndham

State of art in column technology

Gérard Hopfgartner

Hyphenation of chromatography to mass spectrometry: Concepts and applications

Thomas Hankemeier

Metabolomic analysis

Gabriel Vivo-Truyols

Statistical analysis of chromatographic data: A practical guide


Sunday, June 18

9:00 - 13:00

Short course 5

Short course 6

Short course 7

Short course 8

9:00 - 13:00

Peter Schoenmakers
Dwight Stoll

Multidimensional liquid chromatography

Davy Guillarme
Caroline West

Supercritical fluid chromatography

Christian G. Huber

HPLC-MS techniques for proteome analysis

Gerhard Liebisch
Michal Holčapek

Lipidomic analysis

15:00 - 19:10

Opening ceremony is sponsored by Elsevier

Opening plenary session

Chairs: Michal Holčapek, František Foret, Pavel Jandera

15:00 - 15:20

Art performance

15:20 - 15:35

Welcome from chairmen

15:35 - 16:00

Award ceremonies

Martin Medal, Silver Jubilee Medal, Uwe Neue Award, Georges Guiochon Faculty Fellowship, Memory of J.J. Kirkland, J.F.K. Huber Lecture Award

16:00 - 16:40

Gert Desmet

Current state and future directions in liquid chromatography

J.F.K. Huber Lecture Award

16:40 - 17:10

Break

17:10 - 17:50

Zoltán Takáts

Ambient and LC-MS lipidomic profiling of clinical samples - new era in cancer diagnostics

17:50 - 18:30

Pat Sandra

The LC toolbox for protein biopharmaceutical characterization

18:30 - 19:10

Peter A. Willis

Searching for life on ocean worlds with liquid phase separation systems

19:10 - 21:00

Welcome mixer


Monday, June 19

8:30 - 10:00

Session 1

FUN 1

Characterization of HPLC stationary phases - In memory of Jack Kirkland

Chairs: Barry L. Karger, Joe DeStefano

HYP 1

Ion mobility in LC/MS

Chairs: Alexander Makarov, Karel Lemr

APP 1

Forensics, doping and toxicology

Chairs: Gerhard Scriba, Christian Klampfl

YOU 1

2D-LC

Chairs: Paula Dugo, Bob Pirok

Keynote

08:30 - 09:00

Attila Felinger

Mass transfer properties of zwitterionic chiral stationary phases

University of Pécs

Hungary

Gérard Hopfgartner

Differential mobility spectrometry - mass spectrometry as an orthogonal separation dimension for omics

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Mario Thevis

Testing non-approved substances using alternative matrices and liquid chromatography / high- and low-resolution tandem mass spectrometry in doping controls

German Sport University Cologne

Germany

Tutorial

8:30 - 09:10

Mark Schure

Two-dimensional chromatography: A tutorial

Kroungold Analytical, Inc.

USA

Short oral 1

09:10 - 09:22

Renata Gerhardt

Chip-based HPLC with an integrated droplet interface for surface enhanced Raman detection

University of Leipzig

Germany

Short oral 2

09:22 - 09:34

Elisenda Fornells

Membrane evaporative interface for LCxLC

University of Tasmania

Australia

Short oral 3

09:34 - 09:46

Nikoline Juul Nielsen

Increasing flexibility in two-dimensional liquid chromatography by pulsed elution of the first dimension (Pulsed-elution 2D-LC)

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Short oral 4

09:46 - 09:58

Jun Heo

Two-dimentional LC for analysis of monoclonal antibody during bioprocess development

MSD

USA

Oral 1

09:00 - 09:20

Barry Boyes

Improving biomolecule separations with superficially porous silica particles

Advanced Materials Technology, Inc.

USA

Oliver Schmitz

LC+LC- and GC+GC-IM-qTOF-MS as a potential tool in non-target analysis

University of Duisburg-Essen

Germany

Invited Oral

Andreas Thomas

Doping control analysis of prohibited peptide drugs after sophisticated metabolism studies by means of liquid chromatography coupled to HR-MS/MS

German Sport University Cologne

Germany

Oral 2

09:20 - 09:40

Joseph Glajch

Characterization of HPLC stationary phases: How this can lead to novel and improved chromatography

Momenta Pharmaceuticals

USA

Invited Oral

Alexey Makarov

Using IMS-MS combined with size-exclusion chromatography and differential hydrogen–deuterium exchange for semi-automated screen of global protein conformational changes in solution

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.

USA

Federico Ponzetto

Exploring blood steroidomics for the improvement of the athlete biological passport steroidal module

CHUV - University of Lausanne

Switzerland

Oral 3

09:40 - 10:00

Martin Gilar

Experimental evaluation of microfluidic LC column performance: Straight versus serpentine channels

Waters Corporation

USA

Invited Oral

Qiang Ma

Comprehensive separation and analysis of nonionic surfactants by ultra-high performance supercritical fluid chromatography combined with ion mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry

Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine

China

Marieke De Boeck

Validation of a fast ionic liquid-based dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction procedure combined with LC-MS/MS analysis for the quantification of benzodiazepines in whole blood

KU Leuven

Belgium

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee break, Exhibition, Posters

10:30 - 12:00

Session 2

FUN 2

Multi-dimensional separations

Chairs: Kelly Zhang, Dwight Stoll

HYP 2

Ion suppression and matrix-effects in separation – MS

Chairs: Marcos N. Eberlin, Oliver Schmitz

APP 2

Proteomics

Chairs: Sebastiaan Eeltink, Ying Ge

YOU 2

Separation mechanisms

Chairs: Martin Gilar, Terence Hetzel

Keynote

10:30 - 11:00

Peter J. Schoenmakers

Multi-dimensional liquid chromatography – towards a million peaks

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

Jean-Luc Veuthey

Evaluation of matrix effects in HILIC, RPLC and SFC-MS

University of Geneva, University of Lausanne

Switzerland

John Yates

Protein-protein interaction studies of disease networks

The Scripps Research Institute

USA

Tutorial

10:30 - 11:10

Andrew Alpert

Effect of salts on retention of neutral solutes in HILIC

PolyLC, Inc.

USA

U.D. Neue Award in Separation Science

Short oral 1

11:10 - 11:22

Sander Deridder

Numerical study of the thermal conductivity of columns packed with fully porous and superficially porous particles

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Short oral 2

11:22 - 11:34

Katarzyna Krzemińska

Dual retention mechanism on stationary phases with embedded polar group

Nicolaus Copernicus University

Poland

Short oral 3

11:34 - 11:46

Khac-Long Nguyen

Transport of molecules of different sizes through monolithic, core-shell and porous silica columns. Effect of porous silica architecture

Inpact group

France

Short oral 4

11:46 - 11:58

Szymon Bocian

Solvation processes in liquid chromatography - the importance and measurement

Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń

Poland

Oral 1

11:00 - 11:20

Mark Schure

Size exclusion chromatography with superficially porous particles

Kroungold Analytical, Inc.

USA

Invited Oral

Lucie Nováková

Development of UHPSFC-MS method for high-throughput analysis of vitamin E isomers and evaluation of matrix effects when using different sample preparation approaches

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

Invited Oral

Christian G. Huber

Proteome- and phosphoproteome analysis of onkogenic signaling pathways

University of Salzburg

Austria

Invited Oral

Oral 2

11:20 - 11:40

Bob Pirok

Extended multi-dimensional liquid-chromatography systems for comprehensive analysis of complex polymeric nanoparticles

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Aimin Tan

How much separation for LC–MS/MS quantitative bioanalysis?

Nucro-Technics

Canada

Marcel Kwiatkowski

Better access to proteoforms by cold vaporization of tissues with picosecond-infrared-laser (PIRL) ablation

University Medical Center Groningen

Netherlands

Oral 3

11:40 - 12:00

Andre de Villiers

Pareto-optimisation of HILIC×RP-LC separations: Experimental verification and application to phenolic analysis

Stellenbosch University

South Africa

German Gomez-Rios

Can HPLC-MS be replaced by direct coupling of SPME to MS? Investigating challenging cases

University of Waterloo

Canada

Morteza Khaledi

Surfactant-free coacervation of natural cell membranes for facile, selective extraction, and enrichment of integral membrane proteins in proteomics

University of Texas-Arlington

USA

12:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Exhibition, Posters, Vendor seminars

14:00 - 15:30

Session 3

FUN 3

Mechanisms of mass transport phenomena

Chairs: Pavel Jandera, Frederic Lynen

HYP 3

Separation – high-resolution MS

Chairs: Michal Holčapek, Zoltán Takáts

APP 3

Sample preparation and automation

Chairs: Emily Hilder, Doo Soo Chung

YOU 3

Proteomics

Chairs: Norman Dovichi, Paige Malec

Keynote

14:00 - 14:30

Fabrice Gritti

Combining solvent and non-uniform temperature gradients to improve peak capacity in microfluidic separations

Waters Corporation

USA

Alexander Makarov

Orbitrap technology in LC/MS and GC/MS: On the road to high-resolution in every lab

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

Janusz Pawliszyn

Why are thin coated sampling/extraction devices with biocompatible sorbents well suited for coupling of biological systems to liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry?

University of Waterloo

Canada

Tutorial

14:00 - 14:40

Barry L. Karger

The role of separations in protein and proteomic mass spectrometric analysis

Northeastern University

USA

Short oral 1

14:40 - 14:52

Adam Kecskemeti

Characterization of a poly(dimethylsiloxane) microfluidic chip containing immobilized trypsin for rapid protein digestion

University of Debrecen

Hungary

Short oral 2

14:52 - 15:04

Nirved Upadhyay

Lectin modified open tubular capillary column for selective glycoprotein extraction and isolation

University of Tasmania

Australia

Short oral 3

15:04 - 15:16

Peng Yu

Trinity P1 mixed mode chromatography enables mass spectrometry compatible orthogonal peptide separation to reversed phase

Technische Universität München

Germany

Short oral 4

15:16 - 15:28

Elizaveta Solovyeva

Predictive chromatography of peptides for optimized fractionation in bottom-up proteomics

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Russian Federation

Oral 1

14:30 - 14:50

Deirdre Cabooter

Experimental methodologies for the assessment of individual mass transfer phenomena revisited

University of Leuven

Belgium

Invited Oral

Ying Ge

Top–down proteomics of large proteins up to 223 kda enabled by serial size exclusion chromatography strategy

University of Wisconsin-Madison

USA

Invited Oral

Gongke Li

Novel online sample preparation media for complicated samples analysis coupling with high-performance liquid chromatography

Sun Yat-sen University

China

Invited Oral

Oral 2

14:50 - 15:10

Szabolcs Fekete

System band broadening and its impact in modern size-exclusion chromatography of proteins

University Of Geneva

Switzerland

Govert Somsen

Highly selective characterization of intact proteoforms by HILIC-MS

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Netherlands

Massimo Morbidelli

Isoform enrichment by recycling chromatography

Institute for Chemical and Bioengineering

Switzerland

Invited Oral

Oral 3

15:10 - 15:30

Julia Rybka

Surface diffusion of aromatic hydrocarbon analytes in reversed-phase liquid chromatography

Philipps-Universität Marburg

Germany

Christian Lanshoeft

A generic hybrid LBA-LC-HRMS-based workflow for multiplexed hIgG1 quantification in pre-clinical species directly at the intact protein level

Novartis Pharma AG

Switzerland

Astrid Gjelstad

Does parallel artificial liquid membrane extraction match the requirements for an applicable and high-throughput sample preparation method from biological matrices?

University of Oslo

Norway

15:30 - 16:30

Coffee break, Exhibition, Posters

16:30 - 18:00

Session 4

FUN 4

Stationary phases based on inorganic supports

Chairs: Attila Felinger, Monika Dittman

HYP 4

Multidimensional chromatography and MS coupling

Chairs: Peter Schoenmakers, Mark Schure

APP 4

Metabolomics

Chairs: Koji Otsuka, Zdeněk Glatz

YOU 4

Sample preparation

Chairs: Janusz Pawliszyn, Gongke Li

Keynote

16:30 - 17:00

Joe Pesek

Aqueous normal phase chromatography: The reliable and rugged method for polar compound analysis

San Jose State Universtiy

USA

William Craig Byrdwell

Comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography with quadruple parallel mass spectrometry, LC1MS2 x LC1MS2 = LC2MS4

ARS, Food Composit & Methods Dev Lab

USA

Guowang Xu

Metabolomics: From differential metabolite discovery to functional elucidation

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics

China

Tutorial

16:30 - 17:10

Emily Hilder

Tutorial lecture

University of South Australia

Australia

Short oral 1

17:10 - 17:22

Andrew Quigley

Determination of selected fat soluble vitamins from bovine milk using dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction coupled with HPLC-UV equipped with a core-shell column

Waterford Institute of Technology

Ireland

Short oral 2

17:22 - 17:34

Sara Tengattini

Development of an HPLC bioreactor based on immobilized enterokinase for the cleavage of fusion proteins

University of Pavia

Italy

Short oral 3

17:34 - 17:46

Michel Raetz

Automated robotic sample preparation for metabolomics with hyphenation to LC-SWATH/MS acquisition for plasma and liver samples

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Short oral 4

17:46 - 17:58

Deyber Arley Vargas Medina

Easy and cheap apparatus for the off-line automatization of miniaturized sample preparation techniques

Brazil

Oral 1

17:00 - 17:20

Frederic Lynen

Enhancing peak capacity in temperature responsive liquid chromatography

Ghent University

Belgium

Invited Oral

Dwight Stoll

Improving the resolving power and detection sensitivity of two-dimensional liquid chromatography separations of protein digests

Gustavus Adolphus College

USA

G. Guiochon Faculty Fellowship

Invited Oral

Liang Li

Comprehensive and Quantitative Profiling of the Human Blood Metabolome from One Microliter of Finger Blood

University of Alberta

Canada

Invited Oral

Oral 2

17:20 - 17:40

Alla Chernobrovkina

Revealing the trends in selectivity changes altering the functional layer of novel HILIC stationary phases

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Russian Federation

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Bert Wouters

Implementation of an immobilised-enzyme microfluidic reactor in an integrated multi-dimensional liquid chromatography system

Unversiteit van Amsterdam

Netherlands

Dajana Vuckovic

Improving metabolite coverage in global metabolomics using sequential extraction

Concordia University

Canada

Oral 3

17:40 - 18:00

Estrella Sanz Rodriguez

Porous silica layers open tubular multi-channel capillaries as micro analytical platforms for separation and extraction

University of Tasmania

Australia

C J Venkatramani

High resolution analysis of linker drugs used in antibody drug conjugates (ADC's) by 2D-LC-MS: Transition of 2D-LC-MS from research to main stream pharmaceutical analysis

Genentech Inc

USA

Paige Malec

Derivatization strategies for targeted metabolomics

University of Michigan

USA

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

18:00 - 20:00

Czech Beer Party


Tuesday, June 20

8:30 - 10:00

Session 5

FUN 5

Supercritical fluid chromatography

Chairs: Davy Guillarme, Lucie Nováková

HYP 5

Electrodriven separations – MS

Chairs: Marja-Liisa Riekkola, Andras Guttman

APP 5

Chiral separations

Chairs: Wolfgang Lindner, Alberto Cavazzini

YOU 5

Metabolomics and lipidomics

Chairs: Thomas Hankemeier, Michael Witting

Keynote

08:30 - 09:00

Caroline West

Ions and SFC: An improbable match?

Université d'Orléans

France

Jonathan Sweedler

Measuring endogenous D-amino acids in the brain - from brain regions and individual cells to cellular release - using CE and LC

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

USA

Bezhan Chankvetadze

Recent trends in application of polysaccharide-based chiral selectors for liquid phase separation of enantiomers

Tbilisi State University

Georgia

Tutorial

8:30 - 09:10

Liang Li

High-coverage quantitative metabolomics using chemical isotope labeling LC-MS

University of Alberta

Canada

Short oral 1

09:10 - 09:22

Francesca Rigano

Use of a novel linear retention index system as identification tool in liquid chromatography: Applications in lipidomics

Chromaleont S.r.L.

Italy

Short oral 2

09:22 - 09:34

Evelyn Rampler

Simultaneous non-polar and polar lipid analysis by complementary online two-dimensional liquid chromatography and high resolution mass spectrometry

University of Vienna

Austria

Short oral 3

09:34 - 09:46

Hanne Roberg-Larsen

Oxysterols in cancer

University of Oslo

Norway

Short oral 4

09:46 - 09:58

Tim Causon

Increasing peak capacity and selectivity of LC-MS by incorporation of low-field drift-tube ion mobility separation

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU Vienna)

Austria

Oral 1

09:00 - 09:20

Didier Thiébaut

Evaluation of alternative solvents in normal phase liquid and supercritical fluid chromatography for lipid classes analysis

ESPCI Paris - CNRS - PSL Research University

France

Invited Oral

Rawi Ramautar

Resolving volume-restricted metabolomics using sheathless capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry

Leiden University

Netherlands

Gerhard Scriba

Capillary electrophoresis in the determination of the stereoisomeric purity of drugs

Friedrich Schiller University

Germany

Invited Oral

Oral 2

09:20 - 09:40

Abhijit Tarafder

Modeling retention behavior under solvent gradient condition in SFC

Waters Corporation

USA

Christian Neusüß

Mass spectrometric characterization of impurities of an antibody separated by SDS-capillary sieving electrophoresis using CSE-CZE-MS

Aalen University

Germany

Kenji Hamase

Three-dimensional HPLC analysis of amino acid enantiomers in complicated real world samples

Kyushu University

Japan

Oral 3

09:40 - 10:00

Charlene Muscat Galea

Optimization of temperature and back-pressure in drug-impurity profiling by SFC: A response surface design approach

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Aran Paulus

Capillary electrophoresis – mass spectrometry for intact mass analysis of antibodies and antibody-drug-conjugates

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Tivadar Farkas

Further studies on the HILIC character of polysaccharide-based chiral stationary phases in polar organic separation mode

Phenomenex, Inc.

USA

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee break, Exhibition, Posters

10:30 - 12:00

Session 6

FUN 6

Novel high-efficient separation media

Chairs: Andrew Alpert, Frank Steiner

HYP 6

Nanofluidic and microfluidic separations – MS

Chairs: Robert T. Kennedy, Peter Willis

APP 6

Lipidomics

Chairs: Gerhard Liebisch, William Craig Byrdwell

YOU 6

Chiral and achiral stationary phases

Chairs: Bezhan Chankvetadze, Alla Chernobrovkina

Keynote

10:30 - 11:00

Mary Wirth

Protein HPLC with polymer bonded phases on silica

Purdue University

USA

Robert T. Kennedy

HPLC-MS analysis of small samples at high pressures

University of Michigan

USA

Markus R. Wenk

Natural variation of blood plasma lipids in healthy Asian individuals

National University of Singapore

Singapore

Tutorial

10:30 - 11:10

Wolfgang Lindner

Principles of enantioseparations in LC: State of the art, quo vadis

University of Vienna

Austria

Short oral 1

11:10 - 11:22

Ravindra Hegade

Stationary phase optimized selectivity chiral liquid chromatography (SOS-CLC) as a novel perspective for the separation of stereoisomers

Ghent University, Belgium

Belgium

Short oral 2

11:22 - 11:34

Judyta Hejniak

Flavanones enantioseparation by LC-ESI-MS/MS and its application

Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry

Poland

Short oral 3

11:34 - 11:46

Magdalena Skoczylas

Multi-parametric characterization of amino acids- and peptide-silica stationary phases – a column selection for separation targets

Nicolaus Copernicus University

Poland

Short oral 4

11:46 - 11:58

Romana Jarosova

Nitrogen-incorporated tetrahedral amorphous carbon thin-films – A new electrode for the HPLC-EC of biological and environmental analytes

Michigan State University

USA

Oral 1

11:00 - 11:20

Jelle De Vos

Microfluidic chip technology to advance multidimensional liquid chromatography

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Andrea Gargano

Online nano 2DLC meets Top-Down MS: WCX-HILIC/a×m/RPLC UVPD-HRMS analysis of histone proteoforms

Center for Analytical Chemistry Amsterdam

Netherlands

Huwei Liu

Lipidomic analysis of plasma in patients with lacunar infarction using normal-phase / reversed-phase 2D LC-MS/MS

Peking University

China

Invited Oral

Oral 2

11:20 - 11:40

Yi Chen

Long-range uniform photonic crystals for high performance separation

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

Invited Oral

Wim De Malsche

New developments in pillar array column technology

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Miroslav Lísa

Lipidomic analysis of biological samples: Comparison of liquid chromatography, supercritical fluid chromatography and direct infusion mass spectrometry methods

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Invited Oral

Oral 3

11:40 - 12:00

Kenichi Nagase

Thermoresponsive-ionic block copolymer brush modified stationary phase for thermally-modulated proteins separation

Tokyo Women's Medical University

Japan

Rico Warias

Chip-based liquid chromatography - mass spectrometry: An integrated tool to study catalysis at the microscale

University of Leipzig

Germany

Michael Witting

Ion mobility as additional separation dimension to tackle the complexity of the Caenorhabditis elegans lipidome

Helmholtz Zentrum München

Germany

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

12:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Exhibition, Posters, Vendor seminars

14:00 - 15:30

Session 7

FUN 7

Electromigration techniques

Chairs: Edward S. Yeung, Eva Tesařová

HYP 7

LC/MS in lipidomics

Chairs: Markus R. Wenk, Huwei Liu

APP 7

Affinity separations

Chairs: Mary Wirth, Kevin A. Schug

YOU 7

Ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry

Chairs: Jan Preisler, Antonín Bednařík

Keynote

14:00 - 14:30

Marja-Liisa Riekkola

Capillary electrophoresis - alternative technique for biosensors?

University of Helsinki

Finland

Gerhard Liebisch

Relevance of appropriate internal standards for accurate quantification of lipid species by LC-MS/MS

University Hospital Regensburg

Germany

Koji Otsuka

The use of specific interactions with fullerenes in microscale liquid phase separations

Kyoto University

Japan

Tutorial

14:00 - 14:40

Alexander Makarov

Theory and practice of Orbitrap mass spectrometry

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

Short oral 1

14:40 - 14:52

David Paul

Pharmacokinetics and brain uptake study of novel AMPA receptor antagonist perampanel in Sprague Dawely rats using a validated UHPLC-QTOF-MS method

National Instititute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research NIPER-Hyderabad

India

Short oral 2

14:52 - 15:04

Pieter Venter

Analysis of chestnut tannins by reversed phase- and hydrophilic interaction chromatography coupled to ion mobility and high resolution mass spectrometry

University of Stellenbosch

South Africa

Short oral 3

15:04 - 15:16

Nathaly Reyes Garces

Solid phase microextraction and liquid chromatography coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry: A powerful platform for in vivo brain metabolomics studies

University of Waterloo

Canada

Short oral 4

15:16 - 15:28

Ashley Boggs

Measuring steroid profiles in whale blubber by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry

National Institute of Standards and Technology

USA

Oral 1

14:30 - 14:50

Václav Kašička

Affinity capillary electrophoresis employed for quantitative characterization of noncovalent molecular interactions

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Czech Republic

Invited Oral

Michel Guichardant

Chiral LC-MS / MS analyses of free and esterified oxygenated metabolites deriving from arachidonic and docosahexaenoic acids in brains of rats exanguinated or not

INSA Lyon

France

David Hage

Personalized medicine based on high-performance affinity microcolumns: Drug-protein binding studies with modified proteins and clinical samples

University of Nebraska

USA

Oral 2

14:50 - 15:10

Michal Roth

Supercritical water-treated fused silica capillaries: currently accessible morphologies and applications in electromigration separations

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.

Czech Republic

Josef Cvačka

Structural characterization of lipids associated with the fetal skin development

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry

Czech Republic

Hermann Wätzig

Affinity capillary electrophoresis for ligand binding assays: Playing the ACE card

University of Braunschweig

Germany

Oral 3

15:10 - 15:30

Pavel Dubský

Computer-assisted modelling, optimizations and data evaluations in electrophoresis

Faculty of Science, Charles University

Czech Republic

Lina Zhou

That simultaneous analysis of metabolome and lipidome based on heart-cutting two-dimensional liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Andreas Manz

“Lab on chip” – biomimetic channel networks

KIST Europe

Germany

Martin Medal

15:30 - 16:30

Coffee break, Exhibition, Posters

16:30 - 18:00

Session 8

FUN 8

Separation techniques for ionic compounds

Chairs: Kevin D. Wyndham, Michael Lämmerhofer

HYP 8

Supercritical fluid chromatography – MS

Chairs: Caroline West, Miroslav Lísa

APP 8

Glycomics and glycoproteomics - Celebrating Miloš Novotný 75th birthday

Chairs: František Foret, Dušan Berek

YOU 8

Electromigration techniques

Chairs: Václav Kašička, Jana Křenková

Keynote

16:30 - 17:00

Paul R. Haddad

Method development in HILIC using quantitative structure-retention relationships based on analyte molecular structures

Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science

Australia

Davy Guillarme

SFC-MS: Current status and future directions

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Miloš V. Novotný

LC and LC-MS in service of analytical glycoscience

Indiana University

USA

Commemorative Medal of University of Pardubice

Tutorial

16:30 - 17:10

Edward S. Yeung

Capillary electrophoresis

Iowa State University

USA

Short oral 1

17:10 - 17:22

Elena Farcas

Optimisation of an electrophoretic approach for the screening and the development of new antithrombotic drugs

University of Liège

Belgium

Short oral 2

17:22 - 17:34

Kevin Jooß

Two-dimensional capillary zone electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry for the characterization of monoclonal antibody charge variants on the intact level

Aalen University of Applied Sciences

Germany

Short oral 3

17:34 - 17:46

Erzsébet Varga

Single-isomer cyclodextrin derivatives in chiral capillary electrophoresis: The past, the present and the future

Cyclolab KFT.

Hungary

Short oral 4

17:46 - 17:58

Michal Gregus

Capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry as a novel technique in analysis of cholesterol and its metabolites

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Oral 1

17:00 - 17:20

Mirek Macka

Breadboard-type modular microfluidic system as front-end for micro solid phase extraction on-line coupled with capillary ion chromatography

University of Tasmania

Australia

Invited Oral

Laura Akbal

Enhancing ionization in supercritical fluid chromatography – electrospray mass spectrometry

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Andras Guttman

Temperature gradient capillary electrophoresis

University of Debrecen

Hungary

Invited Oral

Oral 2

17:20 - 17:40

Sam Wouters

Miniaturized ion chromatographic platform integrating separation, suppression, and detection

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Julien Crepier

Hyphenation of supercritical fluid chromatography and high resolution mass spectrometry for the characterization of a fast pyrolysis oil

IFPEN

France

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Anahita Eckard

Development of a rapid and robust n-glycan analysis workflow for both LC and CE platforms

ThermoFisherScientific

USA

Oral 3

17:40 - 18:00

Christopher Pohl

New anion exchange materials based on electrostatically attached hyperbranched condensation polymers

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Volodymyr Pauk

Validation and comparison of ultra-high performance supercritical fluid chromatography and liquid chromatography methods for analysis of new designer drugs in human urine

Palacky University in Olomouc

Czech Republic

Yehia Mechref

Quantitative glycomics of permethylated glycans by porous graphitic carbon (PGC)-LC-MS/MS

Texas Tech University

USA

20:00 - 21:00

Organ Concert in the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul


Wednesday, June 21

8:30 - 10:00

Session 9

FUN 9

Separation mechanisms and structural effects

Chairs: Torgny Fornstedt, Miloš Novotný

HYP 9

Biomarker discovery in metabolomics

Chairs: Liang Li, Uwe Karst

APP 9

Recent advances in (bio)pharmaceuticals I.

Chairs: Ian D. Wilson, Lois Ann Beaver

YOU 9

Monolithic columns

Chairs: Milton L. Lee, Jiří Urban

Keynote

08:30 - 09:00

David McCalley

A study of the analysis of acidic compounds by hydrophilic interaction chromatography

University of the West of England

United Kingdom

Michael Lämmerhofer

Lipidomics by data-independent acquisition for clinical analysis

University of Tuebingen

Germany

Koen Sandra

Two dimensional liquid chromatography: From clone selection to detailed characterization of monoclonal antibodies and antibody-drug conjugates

Research Institute for Chromatography

Belgium

Tutorial

8:30 - 09:10

František Švec

Monolithic columns: Why, how, and for what?

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

China

Commemorative Medal of University of Pardubice

Short oral 1

09:10 - 09:22

Beatriz Fresco

Macroscopic three dimensional carbon nanohorns monolith for (micro)solid-phase extraction of volatile organic compounds

University of Córdoba

Spain

Short oral 2

09:22 - 09:34

Alexandra Zatirakha

Preparation and analytical application of novel anion-exchangers for ion chromatography with improved selectivity toward organic acids

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Russian Federation

Short oral 3

09:34 - 09:46

Benjamin Peters

Variation of parameters influencing the immobilization of ligands onto epoxy-modified silica monoliths

Merck

Germany

Short oral 4

09:46 - 09:58

Martina Komendová

Development of monolithic capillary column with an integrated electrochemical detector for the determination of dopamine in urine

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Oral 1

09:00 - 09:20

Brett Paull

Another 12 months closer to 3D printed HPLC columns!

University of Tasmania

Australia

Thomas Hankemeier

Metabolomics enabling personalized medicine

Leiden University

Netherlands

Invited Oral

Jonathan Bones

Manufacturability assessment of monoclonal antibodies using advanced LC-MS

National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training

Ireland

Oral 2

09:20 - 09:40

Rob Haselberg

How the heck to get your ideal SEC in the mass spec?! A study into the the elution and ionization behavior of biomacromolecules in aqueous SEC-MS

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Netherlands

Georgios Theodoridis

LC-MS/MS based targeted metabolomics. Application in biomarker discovery and the characterisation of biological and other types of samples

Aristotle University Thessaloniki

Greece

Valentina D'Atri

HILIC-MS: A powerful analytical tool for the profiling of glycosylation patterns of biopharmaceutical proteins at the middle-up level

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Oral 3

09:40 - 10:00

Dušan Berek

Retention mechanisms in liquid chromatography of uncharged synthetic polymers

Slovak Academy of Sciences

Slovakia

Invited Oral

Sophie Bravo-Veyrat

High-throughput differential mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry for monitoring oxidative stress markers in human whole blood

Life Sciences

Switzerland

Tao Chen

De-conjugation coupled with LC-MS for investigating the stability of small molecule drugs in antibody-drug conjugates

Genentech, Inc

USA

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee break, Exhibition, Posters

10:30 - 12:00

Session 10

FUN 10

Organic polymer monolithic and particular materials

Chairs: František Švec, Sam Wouters

HYP 10

MS based omics

Chairs: Karoly Vekey, Aleš Svatoš

APP 10

Recent advances in (bio)pharmaceuticals II.

Chairs: Guowang Xu, Miroslav Flieger

YOU 10

SFC and SFC/MS

Chairs: Didier Thiébaut, Julien Crepier

Keynote

10:30 - 11:00

Milton L. Lee

Capillary column technologies for nano-flow liquid chromatography

Brigham Young University

USA

Marcos Eberlin

“Chromatography-free” characterization of complex mixtures by mass spectrometry

University of Campinas

Brazil

Kelly Zhang

Multiplexed mLC-nLC for comprehensive impurity profiling: A method development "free" platform

Genentech

USA

Tutorial

10:30 - 11:10

Isabelle Francois

Supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC)

Waters

Belgium

Short oral 1

11:10 - 11:22

Mariosimone Zoccali

Online supercritical fluid extraction-supercritical fluid chromatography-mass spectrometry for carotenoids determination in red habanero peppers

Chromaleont srl

Italy

Short oral 2

11:22 - 11:34

Kanji Nagai

Development of novel poly(vinylpyridine)-based SFC columns and their applications

DAICEL Corporation

Japan

Short oral 3

11:34 - 11:46

Vincent Desfontaine

Influence of sample injection solvent on peak shape for the analysis of pharmaceutical compounds in SFC

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Short oral 4

11:46 - 11:58

Maria Khalikova

UHPSFC/ESI-MS lipidomic analysis of tissues and plasma from kidney cancer patients

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Oral 1

11:00 - 11:20

Jiří Urban

Polymer monoliths in the analysis of dopamine

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Invited Oral

Gunda Koellensperger

Selectivity, metabolite coverage and analytical throughput - how to address these conflicting goals in LC-MS based metabolomic workflows?

University of Vienna

Austria

Yun Huang

Leveraging chromatographic speed and efficiency: Integration of analytical SFC into pharmaceutical analysis

Pfizer Worldwide Research & Development

USA

Oral 2

11:20 - 11:40

José Manuel Herrero-Martínez

Influence of an oscillating magnetic field on the separation performance of hybrid monolithic stationary phases for HPLC

Universitat de Valencia

Spain

Steven Ray Wilson

On-line approaches for enhancing automation, robustness and selectivity in nano liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry

University of Oslo

Norway

Therese Wohlschlager

Native mass spectrometry for the revelation of highly complex glycosylation in biopharmaceuticals

University of Salzburg

Austria

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Oral 3

11:40 - 12:00

Fréderick Matheuse

Possibilities of advanced 3D printing to produce chromatographic supports with 1-micron resolution

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Giorgia La Barbera

UHPLC-QTOF/MS untargeted metabolic profiling for the identification of blood and urinary biomarkers after the consumption of meat and dairy products

University of Rome La Sapienza

Italy

Balasz Bobaly

Improved chromatographic conditions for the characterization of antibody-drug conjugates

University of Geneva, University of Lausanne

Switzerland

12:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Exhibition, Posters, Vendor seminars

14:00 - 15:30

Session 11

FUN 11

Thermodynamics and separation mechanisms in LC

Chairs: Fabrice Gritti, David McCalley

HYP 11

MALDI in LC coupling and MS imaging

Chairs: Gérard Hopfgartner, Robert Jirásko

APP 11

Food analysis

Chairs: Terry Berger, Massimo Morbidelli

YOU 11

Pharmaceutical analysis

Chairs: Koen Sandra, Therese Wohlschlager

Keynote

14:00 - 14:30

Pavel Jandera

Major role of water in HPLC of polar analytes

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Ron M.A. Heeren

Breaking boundaries in molecular imaging

Maastricht University

Netherlands

Paola Dugo

Multidimensional techniques for the analysis of food products

University of Messina

Italy

Tutorial

14:00 - 14:40

Lois Ann Beaver

Biosimilars evolution and demands on analytical scientists

USA

Short oral 1

14:40 - 14:52

Lai-Sheung Choi

Metabolic study of methylstenbolone in horses

The Hong Kong Jockey Club

Hong Kong

Short oral 2

14:52 - 15:04

Anita Ayre

Analytical quality by design-a methodical approach for the quantitative estimation of teriflunomide from human plasma

Dr. L. H. Hiranandani College of Pharmacy

India

Short oral 3

15:04 - 15:16

Elise Lemasson

Exploring mixed-mode HPLC as an alternative to reversed phase HPLC for impurity profiling of drug candidates

ICOA

France

Short oral 4

15:16 - 15:28

Nilesh Joshi

A normal phase chiral HPLC method for the separation of eight isomers of core + ome

Syngene Amgen Research Center

India

Oral 1

14:30 - 14:50

Torgny Fornstedt

A deeper look at how pressure affects the retention mechanism in reversed-phase liquid chromatography

Karlstad University

Sweden

Invited Oral

Jan Preisler

Coupling of separation techniques and desorption mass spectrometry

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Invited Oral

Petr Bednář

Study of seed coat composition in relation to dormancy and domestication - utilization of liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry

Palacký University Olomouc

Czech Republic

Oral 2

14:50 - 15:10

Oleg Krokhin

Peptide retention time prediction in RPLC and HILIC: Proteomic techniques help to discover hidden secondary structure effects

University of Manitoba

Canada

Aleš Svatoš

Mass-spectrometric-imaging of living cells: Challenges, solutions, and perspective

Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology

Germany

Invited Oral

Nicola Marchetti

Insights into structure-bioaccessibility relationships of polyphenols in red chicory by HPLC-MS/MS

University of Ferrara

Italy

Oral 3

15:10 - 15:30

David Bell

Investigations of equilibration dynamics in hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC): Toward a better understanding of retention mechanisms

MilliporeSigma/Supelco

USA

Bram Heijs

Multimodal mass spectrometry imaging analysis of N-linked glycans and proteins from a single tissue section

Leiden University Medical Center

Netherlands

Riccardo Zenezini Chiozzi

Discovery of bioactive peptides from cauliflower (Brassica oleracea) waste protein using a scaled up chromatographic approach

University of Rome la "Sapienza"

Italy

15:30 - 16:30

Coffee break, Exhibition, Posters

16:30 - 18:00

Session 12

FUN 12

Advances in stationary phases

Chairs: Joe Pesek, Yi Chen

HYP 12

Quantitation in LC/MS

Chairs: Christian G. Huber, Jean-Luc Veuthey

APP 12

Natural products

Chairs: Boguslaw Buszewski, John Yates

YOU 12

Scientific writing & publishing

Chairs: Paul Haddad, Emily Hilder, František Švec

Keynote

16:30 - 17:00

Francesco Gasparrini

On the use of the sub-2µm chiral stationary phases in enantioselective ultra-high performance chromatography (UHPLC/UHPSFC)

Sapienza University of Rome

Italy

Karoly Vekey

Quantitation in LC-MS: From accurate to approximate

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Hungary

Terry Berger

Supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) profiling of hops bittering acids and derivatives using chiral columns

SFC Solutions Inc.

USA

Paul R. Haddad

Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science

Australia

Emily Hilder

University of South Australia

Australia

František Švec

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

China

This session will provide an overview of the processes and pitfalls that occur in the dissemination of scientific research, particularly publishing of scientific research in high quality journals, but will also include advice of the preparation and presentation of posters at scientific meetings. These major components will be discussed: a detailed analysis of the process for preparing a manuscript, selecting a journal and submitting the manuscript for review, responding to reviewers’ comments, preparing a revised manuscript.

0-10 min

Introduction to the presenters and aims of the session

10-35 min

Preparation and submission of a scientific manuscript

35-50 min

The review process and how to respond to reviewers

50-60 min

Preparation and presentation of posters at scientific meetings

60-90 min

Questions and panel discussion

Oral 1

17:00 - 17:20

Terence Hetzel

Characterization of peak capacity of microbore liquid chromatography columns using gradient kinetic plots

Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology

Germany

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Kevin A. Schug

Further development of liquid chromatography – triple quadrupole – mass spectrometry for top-down intact protein separation and quantitation

The University of Texas at Arlington

USA

Invited Oral

Erwin Rosenberg

Characterization of saffron marker- and aroma compounds by one- and comprehensive two-dimensional HPLC-IT-TOF-MS analysis

Vienna University of Technology

Austria

Oral 2

17:20 - 17:40

Suhas Nawada

3D printed cellular automata as optimized stationary phase geometries

University of Canterbury

New Zealand

Eva Tyteca

UHPLC-ESI-MS/MS quantitation of natural estrogens in aqueous matrices as pyridine-3-sulfonyl derivatives

Université de Liège

Belgium

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Karine Faure

Comprehensive two-dimensional centrifugal partition chromatography- liquid chromatography (CPC x LC): Providing preparative separation for complex plant extracts

CNRS Université Lyon 1

France

Oral 3

17:40 - 18:00

Ta-Chen Wei

Synthesis of superficially porous monoliths with ordered, elongated mesoporous channels normal to the surface

Agilent Technologies

USA

Alexander Schriewer

Analysis of coenzyme A derivates in breast cancer cells by means of online SPE-HILIC-ESI-MS/MS

University of Münster

Germany

Maryse Vanderplanck

Chromatographic analysis of alkaloids in Aconitum pollen: Towards new insights in plant protection mechanisms

University of Liège - Gembloux Agro-Bio-Tech

Belgium

19:00 - 23:00

Gala dinner, Žofín Palace


Thursday, June 22

9:00 - 10:30

Session 13

FUN 13

Data analysis, validation and chemometrics

Chairs: Gabriel Vivo-Truyols, Isabelle Francois

HYP 13

MS applications from inorganics to pharmaceuticals

Chairs: Paul Haddad, Ron M.A. Heeren

APP 13

Clinical analysis

Chairs: Jonathan W. Sweedler, Mario Thevis

YOU 13

Ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography

Chairs: Francesco Gasparrini, Lina Zhou

Keynote

09:00 - 09:30

Yvan Vander Heyden

Chromatographic fingerprints, experimental designs and multivariate calibration to study interesting compounds in plants. Case study indole alkaloids from psychotria nemorosa

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Uwe Karst

Tracing metallopharmaceuticals in the human body in space and time: The complementary power of separations and imaging techniques

University of Muenster

Germany

Ian D. Wilson

Digging deeper into the metabolome: Adding ion mobility spectrometry as a 3rd dimension to biomarker discovery and analysis via UPLC-IMS-MS

Imperial College London

United Kingdom

Tutorial

9:00 - 09:40

Frank Steiner

Understanding instrumental parameters that affect method transfer in UHPLC separations (some are easily overlooked)

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

Short oral 1

09:40 - 09:52

Justine Ferey

Exploration by UHPLC-HRMS of the enzymatic phosphorylation of pyrimidine nucleosides

ICOA

France

Short oral 2

09:52 - 10:04

Yabin Wen

Retention prediction in reversed phase HPLC using quantitative structure-retention relationships applied to the hydrophobic subtraction model

Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) UTAS

Australia

Short oral 3

10:04 - 10:16

Nazli Mert Ozupek

Artificial neural network in the prediction of gradient retention times for rebaudioside A in liquid chromatography

Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences

Turkey

Short oral 4

10:16 - 10:28

Kahina Slimani

Development and validation of an analytical residues method of the Aminopropyldodecylpropanediamine biocide disinfectant in dairy products by LC-MS/MS

Anses

France

Oral 1

09:30 - 09:50

Jan Urban

Noise characterization and peak deconvolution in liquid chromatography – mass spectrometry based on probability theory

University of South Bohemia

Czech Republic

Antonín Bednařík

Thin-layer chromatography coupled to diode laser thermal vaporization ICP MS

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Csaba Horvath Young Scientist Award finalist

Tomasz Baczek

Assessment of biogenic amines along with their precursors and metabolites supported by new sample pretreatment and separation solutions

Medical University of Gdansk

Poland

Oral 2

09:50 - 10:10

Maria Celia Garcia-Alvarez-Coque

Measurement of resolution in complex chromatograms aimed to optimise the separation

University of Valencia

Spain

Lisa Frensemeier

Electrochemical activation of platinum based cytostatics investigated by means of liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry

University of Münster

Germany

Makoto Tsunoda

One-minute separation of five biothiols using amide-modified liquid chromatography chip

University of Tokyo

Japan

Oral 3

10:10 - 10:30

Ludivine Ferey

Quality-by-design, a powerful tool for analytical method development in pharmaceutical analysis: Case of multiproduct separation

ChemBioPharm team

France

Stefanie Wernisch

Isomer separations of plasma metabolites by differential mobility coupled to tandem mass spectrometry

University of Michigan

USA

David Friedecký

Untargeted metabolomics in diagnosing inherited metabolic diseases

Palacký University in Olomouc

Czech Republic

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee break, Exhibition, Posters

11:00 - 12:30

Session 14

FUN 14

Ultra-high resolution separations

Chairs: Deirdre Cabooter, Georgios Theodoridis

HYP 14

High-throughput, data processing and bioinformatics

Chairs: Yvan Vander Heyden, Jan Urban

APP 14

Environmental analysis

Chairs: Mirek Macka, Ivan Mikšík

YOU 14

Clinical analysis

Chairs: Pat Sandra, Eva Tyteca

Keynote

11:00 - 11:30

Sebastiaan Eeltink

Advancing native protein separations by size exclusion and hydrophobic interaction chromatography

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Gabriel Vivo-Truyols

Bayesian methods for data analysis in HPLC: A paradigm shift

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

Christian Klampfl

Investigations on the metabolization of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in cress (Lepidium sativum) grown hydroponically in drug contaminated water

Johannes Kepler-University

Austria

Tutorial

11:00 - 11:40

Boguslaw Buszewski

Similarity, selectivity, and specificity (3s) – three dimensional factor determining HPLC resolution

Nicolaus Copernicus University

Poland

Commemorative Medal of University of Pardubice

Short oral 1

11:40 - 11:52

Joachim Nagler

Systems for detection of monoamines in tissues beyond brain

Helmholtz Center Munich

Germany

Short oral 2

11:52 - 12:04

Zdeněk Spáčil

Discovery and quantification of metabolic markers attributed to the activity of intestinal microbiota

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Short oral 3

12:04 - 11:16

Liga Priecina

Bioactive compounds of steam-blanched and differently dried onions

Latvia University of Agriculture

Latvia

Short oral 4

11:16 - 11:28

Wan-Ling Liu

Determination of phenolic acids using activated carbon-polymer extraction column

Chung Yuan Christian University

Taiwan, Province of China

Oral 1

11:30 - 11:50

Ken Broeckhoven

Elucidating the contribution of injection and detection to dispersion in liquid chromatography using light-induced fluorescence measurements

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Paweł Wiczling

How to quickly find a desired separation? Integration of information and decision-making in chromatography

Medical University of Gdańsk

Poland

Josephine Lübeck

Characterization of fast pyrolysis oils using supercritical fluid chromatography – mass spectrometry and chemometric data analysis

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Oral 2

11:50 - 12:10

Stefan Lamotte

High resolution in liquid chromatography- that’s what dreams are made of

BASF SE

Germany

Oscar Nuñez

Liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry and chemometrics for the identification of frauds in extra-virgin olive oil authentication

University of Barcelona

Spain

Jean-Christophe Garrigues

Microporous organogel materials for sample preparation and green SFC and U-HPLC separations

CNRS

France

Oral 3

12:10 - 12:30

Takuya Kubo

New platform for simple and rapid protein-based affinity reactions

Kyoto University

Japan

Kerstin Zawatzky

Pushing the speed limit for high throughput LC-MS analysis in support of pharmaceutical development research

Merck & Co., Inc.

USA

Bin He

Characterization of mercury-binding proteins in human neuroblastoma SK-N-SH cells with immobilized metal ion affinity chromatography

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch

13:30 - 15:45

Closing plenary session

Chairs: Michal Holčapek, František Foret, Pavel Jandera

13:30 - 13:40

Medal ceremony

Medals of University of Pardubice

13:40 - 14:10

Alberto Cavazzini

Ultrafast chiral separations on modern chiral stationary phases: Considerations on the impact of the particle geometry on the kinetic performance of the column

14:10 - 14:40

Norman Dovichi

Capillary electrophoresis as a tool for bottom-up proteomics

14:40 - 15:10

Doo Soo Chung

Sample preconcentration techniques in-line coupled with capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry

15:10 - 15:25

Invitations from 3 future chairmen

HPLC 2019 Milan, HPLC 2018 Washington, HPLC 2017 Jeju

15:25 - 15:45

Closing ceremony

Csaba Horváth Young Scientist Award & Best Poster Award

Chairs: Atilla Felinger, Gerard Rozing, Jiří Urban

15:45 - 16:45

Farewell drink

LIST OF POSTERS

➡   Back to oral presentations

Poster sessions

Individual posters (all, including Best Poster Award) will be presented by following the scientific program of oral sessions.

Posters from FUN, HYP, and APP sessions 1 – 4 will be presented on Monday, posters from session 5 – 8 on Tuesday, and posters from sessions 9 – 12 on Wednesday. Posters from the Thursday´s sessions will be moved in the following way: FUN 13 and FUN 14 to Monday, HYP 13 and HYP 14 to Tuesday, and APP 13 and APP 14 to Wednesday.

Posters from YOU sessions to be presented on Monday and Tuesday will be included in Monday poster session, posters from YOU sessions to be presented on Wednesday and Thursday will be included in Tuesday poster session.

The poster presenters are required to present their poster during the following time on the day of their presentation: odd numbers from 13:00 to 14:00, and even numbers from 15:30 to 16:30.

The additional presentation of Best Poster Award finalists will be organized on Thursday from 10:30 to 11:00.

Poster number Last name First name Affiliation Country Title

FUN1-P01-Mo

Molnár

Imre

Institute for Applied Chromatography

Germany

Modeling UHPLC separations

FUN1-P02-Mo

Mack

Anne

Agilent Technologies

USA

Sub-2-μm superficially porous particles: Is smaller better?

FUN1-P03-Mo

Sanchez

A. Carl

Phenomenex

USA

Chromatographic behavior of biomolecules when using controlled surface charge (U)HPLC sorbents

FUN1-P04-Mo

Cantwell

Niamh

UCC

Ireland

Investigating new particle assemblies, packing and detection platforms for improved chromatographic efficiencies and speed.

FUN1-P05-Mo

Kazoka

Helena

Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesys

Latvia

Stationary phase selection for achiral separation of diastereomeric mixtures

FUN1-P06-Mo

Kahler

Ty

Restek Corporation

USA

Affecting selectivity and HILIC retention on a fluorophenyl stationary phase

FUN1-P07-Mo

Loeker

Denise

Institut für Energie- und Umwelttechnik e.V.

Germany

Determination of the influence of temperature on the efficiency of miniaturized HPLC-columns.

FUN1-P08-Mo

Lambert

Nándor

University of Pécs

Hungary

Analysis of the mass-transfer properties in chromatographic columns using the total pore blocking method

FUN1-P09-Mo

Guttman

Andras

SCIEX

USA

Inverse gas chromatography based surface characterization of air plasma treated polydimethylsiloxane samples

FUN1-P10-Mo

Shahruzzaman

Mohammad

University of Dhaka

Bangladesh

Pyridinium-based amphiphilic side chains-branched polymer organic phases for high selective HPLC

FUN1-P11-Mo

Shearer

Etsuko

BioNik Inc.

Japan

Evaluation of optimized C30 phase for separation of structurally related isomers

FUN1-P12-Mo

McKeown

Alan

Advanced Chromatography Technologies Ltd

United Kingdom

A practical, selectivity based hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC) method development protocol

FUN1-P13-Mo

Hashimoto

Junichi

Fukushima R&D

Japan

Development of a new, highly inert ODS column with high separation performance and strong retentivity

FUN1-P14-Mo

Ikegami

Tohru

Kyoto Institute of technology

Japan

Mushroom- or brush-type polymers on silica? Development and characterization of HILIC stationary phases modified with polyacrylamide.

FUN1-P15-Mo

Dinh

Ngoc Phuoc

DIDUCO AB

Sweden

Comprehensive characterization of columns for suppressed anion chromatography

FUN1-P16-Mo

Schultz

Carola

Shimadzu Europa GmbH

Germany

LC column comparison: Fully porous and core-shell

FUN1-P17-Mo

Lawrence

Nicole

Waters Corporation

USA

Solid-core particles for chromatographic separations under high pH conditions

FUN1-P18-Mo

Kassam

Karim

ACD/Labs

Canada

Tanaka-parameter based approach for chromatographic column selection: How to locate “k” columns with the most dissimilar selectivity from a selection of “n” columns in a database

FUN1-P19-Mo

Jones

Eddie

Merck

USA

Effects of stationary phase and mobile phase modifiers on reversed-phase polypeptide selectivity

FUN1-P20-Mo

Loeker

Denise

Institut für Energie- und Umwelttechnik e.V.

Germany

Development of a packing procedure for miniaturized HPLC columns.

FUN1-P21-Mo

Upmanis

Toms

Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis

Latvia

Separation of 1,4-dihydropyridine derivative and its oxidized form under reversed-phase mode

FUN2-P01-Mo

Buckenmaier

Stephan

Agilent Technologies

Germany

Active matrix modulation for enhanced separation compatibility in two-dimensional liquid chromatography

FUN2-P02-Mo

Vanhoenacker

Gerd

Research Institute for Chromatography

Belgium

Comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography for detailed characterization of nonionic surfactants

FUN2-P03-Mo

Pursch

Matthias

Dow Deutschland Anlagen GmbH

Germany

Sensitivity enhancement in two-dimensional liquid chromatography for target analysis in oligomers and pesticides

FUN2-P04-Mo

Minarik

Marek

Watrex Praha, s.r.o.

Czech Republic

A novel method and system for analytical recycle HPLC

FUN2-P05-Mo

Jacobsen

Naja Wessel

LEO Pharma

Denmark

2D-LC with multiple heart-cutting - Three cases where 2D-LC was the technique needed to solve impurity related problems in drug products

FUN2-P06-Mo

Baert

Mathijs

Ghent University

Belgium

Improving peak refocusing in comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography via the combination of aqueous temperature responsive with reversed phase LC

FUN2-P07-Mo

Woiwode

Ulrich

University of Tuebingen

Germany

Core-shell and fully porous quinine-derived chiral stationary phases for UHPLC, comprehensive LC x LC and LC-MS/MS

FUN2-P08-Mo

Bäurer

Stefanie

University of Tübingen

Germany

Comparison of orthogonality of commercially available hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography stationary phases and ion-pair reversed-phase liquid chromatography

FUN2-P09-Mo

Adamopoulou

Theodora

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

3D-printed microfluidic devices for spatial two-dimensional separations: Design through computational fluid dynamics

FUN2-P10-Mo

Hájek

Tomáš

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Automated dual comprehensive HILIC×RP+RP×RP liquid chromatography for separation phenolic compounds

FUN2-P11-Mo

Roca

Liana

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

Development of a two-dimensional liquid chromatography system for the separation of phosphorylated peptides in human tissue

FUN2-P12-Mo

Mallet

Claude

Waters Corporation

USA

Detection of cocaine and its major metabolites in rodent bones by 2D-LC technology

FUN2-P13-Mo

Li

Zhimin

Waters

USA

Effective determination of pharmaceutical impurities by two-dimensional liquid chromatography (2DLC)

FUN2-P14-Mo

Marcus

R. Kenneth

Clemson University

USA

Practical implementation of capillary-channeled polymer (C-CP) fiber stationary phases in both dimensions of 2D protein separations

FUN2-P15-Mo

Groeneveld

Gino

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

Fast development of LC×LC methods for the characterization of polyether polyols

FUN2-P16-Mo

Larson

Eli

Gustavus Adolphus

USA

Numerical simulation of liquid chromatography – Development of a toolkit to enable deeper understanding of nonstandard conditions and advance the state of the art

FUN2-P17-Mo

Dow

Alex

MSD

USA

Preparative 2D-LC of pharmaceutical compounds with multiple chiral centers

FUN2-P18-Mo

Sommella

Eduardo Maria

University of Reggio Calabria

Italy

Improving online comprehensive hydrophilic interaction chromatography × reversed phase-ultra high pressure liquid chromatography coupling by sequential-focusing modulation

FUN2-P19-Mo

van Beek

Fleur

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

Making analytically incompatible approaches compatible

FUN2-P20-Mo

Ishii

Chiharu

Kyushu University

Japan

Accumulation of D-amino acid residues in various proteins during storage

FUN2-P21-Mo

Ueki

Kenji

Kyushu University

Japan

Development of high resolution Pirkle-type chiral stationary phases and application to D-amino acid analysis in biological matrices.

FUN2-P22-Mo

Gora

Robert

Faculty of Naturel Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava

Slovakia

Development of two-dimensional liquid chromatography methods for characterization of humic substances isolated from various sources

FUN2-P23-Mo

Beňo

Erik

Comenius University in Bratislava

Slovakia

Microbore size-exclusion chromatography of lignin samples isolated by Klason methods

FUN2-P24-Mo

Nielsen

Nikoline Juul

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Selecting orthogonal stationary phases and optimizing gradients in comprehensive 2D reversed phase LC by use of the hydrophobic subtraction- and the linear solvent strength model

FUN2-P25-Mo

Cardinael

Pascal

Nomandie Université

France

Assessment of a new MVP stationary phase for the 2D-RPLC separation of anthraquinone derivatives using descriptors stemmed from Delaunay triangulation.

FUN2-P26-Mo

Abdulhussain

Noor

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

Optimization of maniac-assisted nanoparticle analysis

FUN2-P27-Mo

Minarik

Marek

Watrex Praha, s.r.o.

Czech Republic

Ultra-high resolution HPLC by zero dead volume recycling using park and recycle (P+R) approach

FUN2-P28-Mo

De Vos

Jelle

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Design and development of a microfluidic modulator chip for comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography

FUN2-P29-Mo

Shoykhet

Konstantin

Agilent Technologies

Germany

Matching 1st and 2nd dimension in the 2D-LC. Active Solvent Modulation vs. continuous dilution

FUN2-P30-Mo

Ruskic

David

university

Switzerland

Investigations of modifiers on the gas phase separation selectivity in differential mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry

FUN3-P01-Mo

Felletti

Simona

University Of Ferrara

Italy

Experimental and theoretical study of kinetic performance of modern fully porous and superficially porous C18 columns

FUN3-P02-Mo

Catani

Martina

University of Ferrara

Italy

Study of mass transfer phenomena in core-shell and sub-2μm fully porous chiral stationary phases for ultrafast high-performance enantioseparations

FUN3-P03-Mo

Goyon

Alexandre

University of Geneva

Switzerland

The effect of system band broadening in modern size exclusion chromatography.

FUN3-P04-Mo

Rybka

Julia

Philipps-Universität Marburg

Germany

Mobility of analytes in binary solvents at nonpolar modified silica surfaces from molecular dynamics simulations

FUN4-P01-Mo

Machtejevas

Egidijus

Merck KGaA

Germany

Wide pore monolithic silica of various functionalization: Protein A, C18, C8 and C4, in high performance liquid chromatography for large molecule separations

FUN4-P02-Mo

Kanazawa

Hideko

Keio University

Japan

Temperature-responsive molecular recognition chromatography using amino acid derived polymer modified silica beads

FUN4-P03-Mo

Moravcová

Dana

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS

Czech Republic

Characterization of silica-based monolithic columns modified to mixed-mode stationary phase by phosphonium ionic liquid

FUN4-P04-Mo

Planeta

Josef

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.

Czech Republic

Preparation and evaluation of silica capillary monolithic columns for HILIC separations

FUN4-P05-Mo

Limé

Fredrik

AkzoNobel / Kromasil

Sweden

Analysis of small pharmaceuticals and peptide mixtures using chemically stable merged inorganic/organic silica material in reversed phase chromatography

FUN4-P06-Mo

Chernobrovkina

Alla

Moscow State University

Russian Federation

Influence of zwitterion nature on chromatographic performance of HILIC stationary phases

FUN5-P01-Tu

Huang

Yang

Institute of Pharmaceutical Analysis and Laboratory for the Analysis of Medicine

China

Development and validation of a fast SFC method for the analysis of flavonoids in plant extracts

FUN5-P02-Tu

Santana

Cesar

UNICAMP

Brazil

Analytical challenges associated with the separation and quantification of bioactive compounds from palm oil by ultra-high performance supercritical fluid chromatography

FUN5-P03-Tu

Joseph

Siji

Agilent Technologies

India

SFC-QqQ technology to understand metabolism of an achiral Drug to chiral metabolites in biological matrices

FUN5-P04-Tu

Hörth

Patric

Agilent Technologies

Germany

Supercritical fluid chromatography with flexible injection volumes and highest precision on the Agilent 1260 Infinity II Analytical SFC System

FUN5-P05-Tu

Ismail

Omar H.

Sapienza, University of Rome

Italy

Pushing the efficiency of chiral super critical fluid chromatography to unexplored limits with sub 2-micron Whelk-O1 fully porous chiral particles

FUN5-P06-Tu

Schad

Gesa

Shimadzu Europa GmbH

Germany

The power of selectivity and the strength to choose - chiral screening using an SFC / LC switching system

FUN5-P07-Tu

Fujito

Yuka

Shimadzu Corporation

Japan

Development of new polymer-based column for supercritical fluid chromatography

FUN5-P08-Tu

Ludwig

Robert

Shimadzu Europe GmbH

Germany

Advantages of SFC-MS compared to LC-MS in the analysis of small molecules

FUN5-P09-Tu

Wang

Xiaoli

Agilent Technologies

Germany

Understanding the injection parameters of a new SFC autosampler

FUN5-P10-Tu

Breitkreitz

Márcia

Chemistry Institute, University of Campinas (UNICAMP)

Brazil

Stretching ultra high performance supercritical fluid chromatography (UHPSFC) to the limit: Simultaneous analysis of vitamins with different physical-chemical properties

FUN5-P11-Tu

Sadownik

Jan

Mercachem B.V.

Netherlands

The limits of resolution in preparative SFC chiral separations.

FUN5-P12-Tu

Sun

Mingzhe

Lund University

Sweden

Supercritical fluid chromatography with quadrupole-time-of-flight mass spectrometry for analysis of lignin-derived compounds

FUN5-P13-Tu

Lemasson

Elise

ICOA

France

Study of achiral selectivity of chiral columns in SFC: Application for impurity profiling of drugs candidates

FUN5-P14-Tu

Herrero-Martínez

José Manuel

Universitat de Valencia

Spain

Development of photografted methacrylate-based chiral monolithic columns with a coating of cellulose tris(3,5-dimethyl phenyl carbamate) for capillary electrochromatography

FUN5-P15-Tu

Breitkreitz

Márcia

Chemistry Institute, University of Campinas (UNICAMP)

Brazil

Comparison of ultra high performance supercritical fluid chromatography and ultra high performance liquid chromatography for pesticide multiresidue analysis in lettuce samples

FUN6-P01-Tu

Chen

Wu

Agilent Technologies

USA

The superficially porous particles that were recently developed for separation of small molecules and large biomolecules are reviewed

FUN6-P02-Tu

Nakajima

Osakazu

Osaka Soda Co., Ltd.

Japan

The important properties for an ideal stationary phase

FUN6-P03-Tu

Kip

Cigdem

Hacettepe University

Turkey

Phosphopeptide enrichment via immobilized metal affinity chromatography using phosphonic acid functionalized capillary monolith as a stationary phase in a microfluidic system

FUN6-P04-Tu

Demir

Cihan

Hacettepe University

Turkey

Hybrid stationary phases with retention independent separation performance in nano-hydrophilic interaction chromatography

FUN6-P05-Tu

Anspach

Jason

Phenomenex

USA

Method transfer considerations when transferring methods to sub 2 µm GFC columns for bioanalysis

FUN6-P06-Tu

Machielse

Jurgen

Zeochem AG

Switzerland

Peptide and oligonucleotide purification via IEX doped reverse phase chromatography

FUN6-P07-Tu

Leśko

Marek

Rzeszow University of Technology

Poland

Evaluating the advantage of higher heat conductivity of a recent core-shell diamond stationary phase particle in UHPLC

FUN6-P08-Tu

Li

Yingyu

Agilent Technologies

USA

Development of charged hybrid materials and their application in peptide separation

FUN6-P09-Tu

Kuban

Anil

Hacettepe University

Turkey

Alkanethiol functionalized organosilicon monoliths via one-pot thiol-methacrylate polymerization for nano-reversed phase chromatography

FUN6-P10-Tu

Hara

Takeshi

Research Center for Transomics Medicine

Japan

Investigation of column performance of monolithic silica capillary columns with very narrow column diameter

FUN6-P11-Tu

Takafuji

Makoto

Kumamoto University

Japan

Novel pyridinium-based zwitter ionic polymer-grafted porous silica for HILIC stationary phase

FUN6-P12-Tu

Eeltink

Sebastiaan

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

A comprehensive study to the effects of mobile-phase composition on protein retention in hydrophobic interaction chromatography

FUN6-P13-Tu

Lloyd

Linda

Agilent Technologies

United Kingdom

Analytical selectivity enhancements that deliver improved resolution to enable identification of critical quality attributes

FUN6-P14-Tu

Salomonson

Inger

GE Healthcare

Sweden

Improved size separation of peptides and small biomolecules

FUN6-P15-Tu

Ishizuka

Norio

Emaus Kyoto Inc.

Japan

Novel through-porous particles applied to HPLC column

FUN6-P16-Tu

Mack

Anne

Agilent Technologies

USA

Improving the analysis of polar analytes with a novel HILIC phase on superficially porous particle LC columns

FUN6-P17-Tu

Hara

Takeshi

Research Center for Transomics Medicine

Japan

Exploring effect of mesopore size on column performance of silica-based porous layered open tube capillary columns

FUN7-P01-Tu

Petr

Jan

Palacky University in Olomouc

Czech Republic

Characterization of nanoparticles by means of capillary electrophoresis

FUN7-P02-Tu

Öztekin

Nevin

Technical University of Istanbul

Turkey

Separation and sensitive detection of lanthanides by capillary electrophoresis and contactless conductivity detection

FUN7-P03-Tu

Buszewska-Forajta

Magdalena

Medical University of Gdańsk

Poland

CE-LIF method development and validation for the determination of selected pterins in urine samples

FUN7-P04-Tu

Šesták

Jozef

Institute of analytical chemistry of the CAS, v.v.i.

Czech Republic

New insights into head-column field amplified stacking of weak bases across a short water plug

FUN7-P05-Tu

Malá

Zdeňka

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences, v.v.i.

Czech Republic

Electrolyte systems for analysis of very weak acids by anionic isotachophoresis with electrospray-ionization mass-spectrometric detection

FUN7-P06-Tu

Nishimura

Naoki

Kyoto University

Japan

Molecular sieving separation of biomolecules with PEG-hydrogel packed capillaries in capillary gel electrophoresis.

FUN7-P07-Tu

Esaka

Yukihiro

Gifu Pharmaceutical University

Japan

Development of highly sensitive methods for detection of damaged nucleotides by using CE enrichment coupled with on-line complexation followed by ESI-MS measurement

FUN7-P08-Tu

Tycova

Anna

University of Leipzig

Germany

Designing of microfluidic-based capillary electrophoresis with on-line surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy detection

FUN7-P09-Tu

Kahle

Julia

TU Braunschweig

Germany

The next generation of capillary electrophoresis: CE-SDS instrument evaluation for protein analysis

FUN7-P10-Tu

Tůmová

Tereza

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Czech Republic

Estimation of effective charges and ionic mobilities of strongly basic antimicrobial peptides using capillary electromigration methods

FUN7-P11-Tu

Huang

Shengyun

KU Leuven

Belgium

Development of a separation technology for O6-benzylguanine and 8-oxo-O6-benzylguanine to study aldehyde oxidase by the use of capillary electrophoresis with UV detection

FUN7-P12-Tu

Sazelova

Petra

Institute of Organic Chemisty and Biochemistry of the CAS

Czech Republic

Enantioseparation and assessment of racemization barriers of selected helquats and their derivatives by capillary electrophoresis using sulfated cyclodextrins as chiral selectors

FUN7-P13-Tu

Janštová

Lenka

Mendel University, Brno

Czech Republic

The use of different types of reaction boundaries and their application in electrophoresis.

FUN7-P14-Tu

Svobodova

Jana

Institute of Physiology

Czech Republic

Separation of oligopeptides, nucleobases, nucleosides and nucleotides using capillary electrophoresis/electrochromatography with sol-gel modified inner capillary wall

FUN7-P15-Tu

Riasová

Petra

Univerzita Karlova, Farmaceutická fakulta Hradec Králové

Czech Republic

Development of a micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography method for the determination of impurities in indomethacin

FUN7-P16-Tu

Mikkonen

Saara

University of Bern

Switzerland

Comparison of GENTRANS and COMSOL Multiphysics for high-resolution dynamic computer simulation of electrophoresis

FUN7-P17-Tu

Pangavhane

Sachin

IOCB

Czech Republic

Affinity capillary electrophoresis and quantum mechanical calculations applied to investigation of [Gly6]-antamanide binding with small cations

FUN7-P18-Tu

Solinova

Veronika

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS

Czech Republic

Determination of acidity constants and ionic mobilities of carborane-based carbonic anhydrase inhibitors by capillary electrophoresis

FUN7-P19-Tu

Karásek

Pavel

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.

Czech Republic

Two-cylinder capillary manufactured by etching with sub-/supercritical water as a tool for electrophoretic separations

FUN7-P20-Tu

Pallmann

Sebastian

Ludwig-Maximilians-University München

Germany

Hadamard transform capillary zone electrophoresis (HT-CZE): Benefits and limitations of a multiplexing technique on an unmodified standard CE system

FUN7-P21-Tu

Ansorge

Martin

Charles University

Czech Republic

Partial filling method and flow induced dispersion analysis – alternative methods for determination of stability constants to affinity capillary electrophoresis

FUN7-P22-Tu

Ördögová

Magda

Charles University

Czech Republic

From HVLR to HVL function: Development of injection zones in capillary zone electrophoresis

FUN7-P23-Tu

Steflova

Jana

Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague

Czech Republic

Optimization of selected Cu free click reactions and their applicability in on-line labeling in CZE

FUN7-P24-Tu

Moldovan

Radu-Cristian

University of Liege

Belgium

Separation of FLEC diastereomers by CE vs. LC approaches in the context of neurometabolomics

FUN7-P25-Tu

Tůma

Petr

Charles University, Third Faculty of Medicine

Czech Republic

On-line monitoring of physiological processes by capillary electrophoresis

FUN7-P26-Tu

Ďurč

Pavol

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Rapid method for diagnosis of methanol and ethylene glycol poisoning from blood samples by capillary electrophoresis

FUN7-P27-Tu

Gagliardi

Leonardo G.

Universidad Nacional de La Plata y CONICET

Argentina

Capillary electrophoresis chiral separations: Mathematical approach to determine optimum chiral selector concentration

FUN7-P28-Tu

Mora

Maria

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

USA

Microchip electrophoresis instrumentation for detection of biosignatures on future in situ planetary investigations

FUN7-P29-Tu

Öztekin

Nevin

Technical University of Istanbul

Turkey

Determination of underivatized amino acids by capillary zone electrophoresis with contactless conductivity detection

FUN8-P01-Tu

Veloutsou

Sofia

Technical University of Munich

Germany

The serial RPLC-HILIC system for direct injection of high water content solutions to a HILIC column for the separation of polar and very polar compounds

FUN8-P02-Tu

Zhao

Yong-Gang

Zhejiang University

China

Fast determination of perchlorate from environmental water using a novel quaternary ammonium modified magnetic covalent organic frameworks followed by LC-MS/MS

FUN8-P03-Tu

Heaton

James

Pfizer Ltd

United Kingdom

An investigation into the applicability of hydrophilic interaction chromatography for the co-analysis of some antibiotic and antiretroviral compounds

FUN8-P04-Tu

Hutta

MIlan

Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava

Slovakia

Humic substances - analysis and characterization of operationally defined substances by HPLC with tandem multidetection

FUN8-P05-Tu

Wouters

Sam

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Development of a microfluidic ion chromatographic analyzer and application to trace analysis in Arctic ice cores

FUN8-P06-Tu

Nane

İkbal Demet

Suleyman Demirel University

Turkey

Chromatographic determination of pKa value of capecitabine with RPLC method

FUN8-P07-Tu

Zatirakha

Alexandra

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Russian Federation

Influence of external functional layer of anion-exchangers on their selectivity toward weakly retained organic acids

FUN9-P01-We

Nguyen

Jennifer

Waters Corporation

USA

A Comparison of the Selectivity of Solid-Core CORTECS Columns and Fully Porous Columns

FUN9-P02-We

Watanabe

Kyoko

Shimadzu Corporation

Japan

(U)HPLC basics and beyond: An evaluation of (U)HPLC operating parameters and their effect on chromatographic performance.

FUN9-P03-We

Gaudin

Karen

ChemBioPharm, ARNA Inserm U1212, UMR CNRS 5320

France

Impact of structural variations on chromatographic analysis of a new amphiphilic class: lipid antisens oligonucleotides

FUN9-P04-We

Sen

Shiladitya

Charles river Laboratories

USA

Analytical validation, separation and stability study of multi component formulations – challenges and approach

FUN9-P05-We

Chutkowski

Marcin

Rzeszow University of Technology

Poland

Retention behavior of selected test substances in a diamond-based core-shell Flare HILIC column – preliminary investigations

FUN9-P07-We

Maljuric

Nevena

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Pharmacy

Serbia

Stoichiometry and stability constants determination of β-cyclodextrin-drug complexes

FUN9-P08-We

Jarvas

Gabor

MTA-PE Translational Glycomics Research Group

Hungary

Simulation based investigation of the electroosmotic flow in capillary electrophoresis columns in the presence of forced convection

FUN9-P10-We

Fiala

Jan

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

HILIC or ERLIC; could we distinguish them?

FUN9-P11-We

Nekrasova

Nadezhda

Samara National Research University named after academician S.P. Korolev

Russian Federation

Quantitative structure – retention relationships for quinoline derivatives under conditions of reversed-phase liquid chromatography

FUN9-P12-We

Reising

Arved Ernst

Philipps-Universität Marburg

Germany

Analysis of packing microstructure and wall effects in a narrow-bore UHPLC column

FUN9-P13-We

Tallarek

Ulrich

Philipps-Universität Marburg

Germany

Morphology based optimization of the packing protocol leading to ultra-efficient capillary columns

FUN9-P14-We

Chrenková

Lucia

Charles University, Faculty of pharmacy

Slovakia

Mixed mode stationary phases: Effect of mobile phase type and its ionic strength on separation

FUN9-P15-We

Fruehauf

Peter

University of Vienna

Austria

New achiral strong cation-exchange type (SCX) and zwitterion-exchange type (ZWIX) stationary phases for the separation of basic analytes in different chromatographic modes

FUN9-P16-We

Woodruff

Mark

Fortis Technologies Ltd

United Kingdom

New C18-PFP core-shell particles for increasing resolution

FUN9-P17-We

Xiamuxiding

Adeljiang

Umeå University

Sweden

Probing the retention mechanism in hydrophilic interaction chromatography using saturation transfer difference nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

FUN9-P18-We

Poturcu

Kader

Researcher

Turkey

Experimental pKa's of Benzimidazole Anthelmintics by RPLC

FUN9-P19-We

Kučera

Radim

Charles University

Czech Republic

The influence of experimental conditions on chiral separation of anionic boron cluster compounds by liquid chromatography

FUN9-P20-We

Terzić

Jelena

Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia

Serbia

Assessment of retention behavior of heterogeneous group of antihistamines on two diol columns

FUN9-P21-We

Poturcu

Kader

Researcher

Turkey

Determination of dissociation constant for R- and S-isomers of cefpodoxime by using RPLC Method

FUN9-P22-We

Steiner

Frank

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

Instrumental parameters that affect method transfer in UHPLC separations

FUN9-P23-We

Krokhin

Oleg

University of Manitoba

Canada

Peptide retention time prediction in HILIC: Comparison of separation selectivity between bare silica and bonded stationary phases using ~40,000 peptide datasets

FUN10-P01-We

Wang

Yanmei

University of Science and Technology of China

China

A novel PMOXA/PAA mixed brush with switchable properties toward on-line concentration of protein in capillary electrophoresis

FUN10-P02-We

Maya Alejandro

Fernando

Universitat de les Illes Balears

Spain

Strategies for the preparation of metal-organic framework/polymer hybrid beads and monoliths and their applications as sorbents for sample preparation

FUN10-P03-We

Wang

Qiqin

Jinan University

China

Preparation and evaluation of a novel choline phos-phate functionalized polymeric monolith for hydro-philic interaction chromatography

FUN10-P04-We

Uzhel

Anna

Moscow State University

Russian Federation

Covalently-bonded hyperbranched anion-exchangers for ion chromatography

FUN10-P05-We

Fresco

Beatriz

University of Córdoba

Spain

Incorporation of single-walled carbon nanohorns in methacrylate monoliths for nano liquid chromatography

FUN10-P06-We

Metelka

Radovan

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Enhancing the capabilities of electrochemical detection in HPLC-ED with capillary monolithic columns

FUN10-P07-We

Ramis-Ramos

Guillermo

University o Valencia

Spain

Photografting of fluoropolymer tubes for the preparation of organic monolithic columns

FUN10-P08-We

Kung

An-Wen

University of Sheffield

United Kingdom

Studying the effect of monolith porosity on the analysis of nucleic acids using ion pair reversed phase and non-retentive HPLC

FUN10-P09-We

Lan

Hangzhen

University of Helsinki

Finland

Zeolitic imidazolate framework-8-coated solid-phase microextraction arrow in the extraction of amines

FUN10-P10-We

Zajickova

Zuzana

Barry University

USA

Surface modification of hybrid organo-silica monolithic capillary columns: Photografting vs. “one-pot”

FUN10-P12-We

Demir

Cihan

Hacettepe University

Turkey

Preparation of phenylboronic acid functionalized-polyhedral oligomeric siloxane monolithic column via one-pot approach for nano liquid chromatography of small molecules

FUN11-P01-We

Farsang

Evelin

University of Pannonia

Hungary

Estimation of axial variation of eluent properties using isenthalpic plots

FUN12-P01-We

Upmanis

Toms

Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis

Latvia

Enantioseparation of 4C substituted pyrrolidine-2-ones on polysaccharide type coated chiral stationary phases

FUN12-P02-We

Okamoto

Yukihiro

Osaka University

Japan

Induction of chiral recognition with lipid nano-domains produced by polymerization for high performance chiral separation

FUN12-P03-We

Kanao

Eisuke

Kyoto University

Japan

Importance of hydrogen bonding on deuterium isotope effects in liquid chromatographic separation

FUN12-P04-We

Ratih

Technical University of Braunschweig

Germany

Immobilization of chondroitin sulfate a into monolithic epoxy column for chiral separation

FUN12-P05-We

De Martino

Michela

Sapienza, University of Rome

Italy

From sub 2-micron fully porous teicoplanin-based zwitterionic chiral stationary phases to 2-micron superficially porous ones: What can we expect in terms of efficiency gain?

FUN12-P06-We

Kohler

David

ES Industries

USA

Unique chemically modified carbohydrate based chiral stationary phases to improve chiral separations

FUN12-P07-We

Taniguchi

Ashin

Kyoto Institute of Technology

Japan

Development and characterization of HILIC stationary phases modified with polymers possessing chiral group based on cysteine derivatives.

FUN12-P08-We

Hroboňová

Katarína

Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of Technology in Brat

Slovakia

Enantioselective HPLC separation of amino acids. Comparison of different types of chiral stationary phases and chromatographic separation modes.

FUN13-P01-Mo

Wang

Pingshan

Clemson University

USA

A highly sensitive microwave flow detector for gradient elution liquid chromatography

FUN13-P02-Mo

Martin Tornero

Elisabet

UNIVERSITY OF EXTREMADURA

Spain

Determination of phenantrene metabolites in milk using second and third order multivariate HPLC- fluorimetric signals.

FUN13-P03-Mo

Roussel

Jean-Marc

Analytical Methods Development and Validation

France

About the use of prediction and content tolerance intervals in modern HPLC/UHPLC assay methods validation

FUN13-P04-Mo

Krmar

Jovana

Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade

Serbia

Quantitative structure–retention relationships modelling of aripiprazole and its impurities in micellar liquid chromatography using artificial neural network

FUN13-P05-Mo

Torres-Lapasió

Jose Ramon

University of Valencia

Spain

Gradient design for chromatography using multi-scale optimization

FUN13-P06-Mo

Navarro-Huerta

Jose Antonio

University of Valencia

Spain

Assisted baseline subtraction in complex chromatograms using the BEADS algorithm

FUN13-P07-Mo

Segers

Karen

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

SIFT-MS spectra as an alternative for GC-MS chromatograms to classify healthy, asthmatic and cystic- fibrosis breath samples of children

FUN13-P08-Mo

Sasaki

Tsukasa

Analytical and Quality Evaluation Research Laboratories

Japan

Compatibility visualization of aqueous pH with binary organic composition by statistical grid modeling of retention kinetics: A method for optimized reversed phase UHPLC separation

FUN13-P09-Mo

Wingert

Nathalie

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

Brazil

Application of quality by design to optimize LC analysis of drugs and their synthetic impurities: case study for ticagrelor

FUN13-P10-Mo

Li

Yan

Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS)

Australia

The potential of under 250 nm deep UV-LEDs in chemical analysis: 235 nm UV-LED photometric detection in capillary liquid chromatography

FUN13-P11-Mo

Shishehbori

Farnoush

Department of Quality Assurance, Research and Production Complex, Pasteur Instit

Iran

A validated HPLC method for quantitative determination of HBsAg in active pharmaceutical ingredient

FUN13-P12-Mo

Stein

Matthias Oliver

University of Brunswick – Institute of Technology

Germany

Experimental design and measurement error in drug-protein binding studies

FUN13-P13-Mo

Jensen

Casper Egholm

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Retention time prediction by LSS parameters and mapping of effective gradient: synthesis of calibration standards and errors or prediction

FUN13-P14-Mo

Andersen

Asbjørn

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

PARAFAC2 curve resolution in LC-MS-based study of the metabolomic response of Brassica napus L to glyphosate

FUN13-P15-Mo

Fujimura

Daiki

Shimadzu Corporation

Japan

Peak deconvolution analysis with photodiode array detector

FUN13-P16-Mo

Metzlaff

Melanie

Agilent Technologies

Germany

Automated targeted screening of leachables in pharmaceutical QC labs using an Agilent Single Quadrupole LC/MS system and controlled by OpenLAB CDS

FUN13-P17-Mo

Wiczling

Paweł

Medical University of Gdańsk

Poland

Analyzing chromatographic data using multilevel (hierarchical) models

FUN13-P18-Mo

Wingert

Nathalie

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

Brazil

Quality by design approach in the development of a stability indicating method for determination of apixaban and its related impurities

FUN13-P19-Mo

Kolovanov

Eduard

Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc.

Russian Federation

IntelliXtract 2.0: Simplified intelligent component extraction and detection

FUN13-P20-Mo

Schmidt

Alexander

Chromicent GmbH

Germany

Quality by design throughout the lifecycle of an analytical procedure demonstrated by an example for a purity method of a drug product

FUN14-P01-Mo

Dorival-Garcia

Noemi

NIBRT

Ireland

Identification and monitoring leachables from Single-Use Bags (SUBs) for mammalian cells culture by Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction (DLLME) followed by UHPLC-QToF-MS

FUN14-P02-Mo

Nagae

Norikazu

ChromaNik Technologies Inc.

Japan

Some hint on how to make a standard UHPLC column with + 300 000 theoretical plates/meter

FUN14-P03-Mo

Madden

John

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

The analysis of polar ionic pesticides by ion-exchange chromatography tandem mass spectrometry: The possible solution to a longstanding problematic analysis?

FUN14-P04-Mo

Eghbali

Hamed

The Dow Chemical Company

Netherlands

Gel permeation chromatography with reduced column dimensions for industrial applications

FUN14-P05-Mo

Farsang

Evelin

University of Pannonia

Hungary

Study of retention behavior of bioactive macromolecules in ultrahigh pressure liquid chromatography

FUN14-P06-Mo

Nane

İkbal Demet

Suleyman Demirel University

Turkey

Method optimization and validation for determination of cetirizine with reversed phase liquid chromatographic method

FUN14-P07-Mo

Butchart

Ken

Fortis Technologies Limited

United Kingdom

New core-shell particles for Biomolecule analysis

FUN14-P08-Mo

Dlugasch

Amanda

Waters Corporation

USA

Automating mobile phase pH for peptide mapping for LC-UV-MS methods

FUN14-P09-Mo

Leiss

Michael

Roche Diagnostics GmbH

Germany

A SE-UHPLC method for routine characterization of a variety of different MAb formats was developed and implemented in GMP release analytics and stability testing.

FUN14-P10-Mo

Francois

Isabelle

Waters

France

Comparison of HPLC and UHPLC analysis of polymer additives with photo diode array and mass detection

FUN14-P11-Mo

Horna

Ales

Tomas Bata University In Zlin

Czech Republic

Application of UPLC/MS/MS to the analysis of bio active compounds in apples and cherries

FUN14-P12-Mo

Zhao

Eugene Yuexing

Welch Materials (Zhejiang), Inc.

USA

The chromatographic behavior of the PFP fused-core phases in the separation of ten anthocyanins

FUN14-P13-Mo

Okandeji

Babajide

Waters Corporation

USA

Fast calibration and bracketing of GPC/SEC separations as a means to improve data confidence

FUN14-P14-Mo

DeLoffi

Maureen

Waters Corporation

USA

Considerations for maximizing the efficiency benefits of sub-2-µm solid core particles

FUN14-P15-Mo

Garcia-Campana

Ana M.

Facultad De Ciencias

Spain

A high-throughput method for the determination of 5-nitroimidazoles in fish roe samples combining salting-out assisted liquid/liquid extraction and UHPLC-MS/MS

FUN14-P16-Mo

Ferrone

Vincenzo

University "G.d'Annunzio"

Italy

Graphene/Fe3O4 nanocomposite based dispersive magnetic solid phase extraction coupled with UHPLC-PDA for simultaneous determination of NSAIDs in human plasma and urine

FUN14-P17-Mo

Carlucci

Giuseppe

University "G.d'Annunzio"

Italy

Synthesis and application of graphene/Fe3O4 magnetic nanocomposite as efficient sorbent for the UHPLC-PDA determination of mytomicin C and 5-fluorouracil in human plasma

HYP1-P01-Mo

Heering

Agnes

University of Tartu

Estonia

Unified pH of LC mobile phases

HYP1-P02-Mo

Rainville

Paul

Waters Corporation

USA

Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) combined with UPLC/MS for metabolic phenotyping: Effects of column length, gradient duration and IMS on metabolite detection.

HYP1-P03-Mo

Klein

Julia

University Duisburg-Essen

Germany

Analysis of a Chinese herb formulation with HPLC and high resolution IM-qTOF-M

HYP1-P04-Mo

Vláčil

Daniel

Bruker s.r.o.

Czech Republic

High resolution trapped ion mobility mass spectrometry analysis of isomeric compounds

HYP2-P01-Mo

Smith

Sara

MilliporeSigma

USA

Overcoming matrix effect challenges in multi class, multi residue LC/MS/MS analysis via biocompatible solid phase micro extraction (BioSPME).

HYP2-P02-Mo

Elmsjö

Albert

Uppsala University

Sweden

Selectivity evaluation using the co-feature ratio in LC/MS metabolomics: comparison of HILIC columns performance for the analysis of plasma, urine and cell extracts.

HYP2-P03-Mo

Svan

Alfred

Division of Analytical Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Sweden

The differences in matrix effects between supercritical fluid chromatography and reversed phase liquid chromatography coupled to ESI/MS analyzing blood plasma

HYP2-P04-Mo

Edge

Tony

Agilent Technologies

United Kingdom

An investigation into the degree of ion suppression caused by column bleed using modern LC-MS compatible columns

HYP3-P01-Mo

Lin

Shanhua

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

High resolution LC/MS separation and characterization of chemoenzymatic site-specific engineered antibody-drug-conjugates (ADCS)

HYP3-P02-Mo

Cook

Ken

Thermo Fisher Scientific

United Kingdom

Novel ways to directly introduce salt based chromatography techniques of SEC and IEX of biopharmaceutical proteins into High Resolution Mass Spectrometry

HYP3-P03-Mo

Bostelaar

Lein Jan

Vishay BCcomponents B.V.

Netherlands

HPLC-QTOF-MS analysis of the esterification and amidization of complex ammonium branched chain carboxylate salt mixtures

HYP3-P04-Mo

Salome

Ron

Dow Benelux

Netherlands

Impurity profiling of commercial Poly (ethylene glycol) methyl ether methacrylate macro monomer using LC-ELSD/LC-MS

HYP3-P05-Mo

Borovcova

Lucie

Faculty of Science, Palacký University Olomouc

Czech Republic

Comparison of ultra-high performance liquid chromatography and supercritical fluid chromatography methods for analysis of photoinitiators as potential food contaminants

HYP3-P06-Mo

Drotleff

Bernhard

University of Tuebingen

Germany

Quantification of steroid hormones in plasma using a surrogate calibrant approach and HPLC-HR-MS/MS with SWATH-Acquisition

HYP3-P07-Mo

Nixdorf

Suzana

Universidade Estadual de Londrina

Brazil

Trattinnickia rhoifolia extract profile and biomarkers determined by HRGC-MS/MS and UPLC-MS/MS for leishmaniasis treatment

HYP3-P08-Mo

Abdel-Megied

Ahmed

Faculty of Pharmacy, Kafrelsheikh University

Egypt

Development a novel LC-MS/MS method for simultaneous quantification of sofosbuvir and daclatasvir combined dosage form in human plasma: Application to pharmacokinetic study

HYP3-P09-Mo

Guo

Yidan

SINOPEC

China

Simultaneous identification of trace organic impurities in purified terephthalic acid by ultra-high performance liquid chromatography–quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry

HYP3-P10-Mo

Cho

Eunji

Kyungpook National University

Korea

After gulf war oil spill, what are left in the contaminated soil from oil lake? – molecular level investigation with preparative HPLC and ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry

HYP3-P11-Mo

Josephs

Jonathan

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Native ion exchange chromatography coupled directly to Orbitrap mass spectrometry allows surface charge discrimination and online detection of intact proteins

HYP4-P01-Mo

Semyonov

Alexander

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Enhancing analytical confidence and detection limits for IC and LC applications by coupling them to single quadrupole mass spectrometry

HYP4-P02-Mo

Cheng

Cheanyeh

Chung Yuan Christian University

Taiwan

Development of 2-dimensional liquid chromatography-ion trap mass spectrometry for online microextraction, separation and analysis of ionophore coccidiostat residues in chicken eggs

HYP4-P03-Mo

Iguiniz

Marion

Insitut des Sciences Analytiques

France

Development of LCxLC-UV/MS platform as analytical strategy for the analysis of pharmaceutical compounds

HYP4-P04-Mo

Roblova

Vendula

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Liquid chromatography with apci and saldi mass spectrometry detection using silver nanoparticles in cholesteryl esters analysis

HYP4-P05-Mo

Al-Sayah

Mohammad

Genentech

USA

Assessing “in-vivo” inter-conversion of chiral drug molecules by 2D LC-SFC-MS

HYP4-P06-Mo

Wright

Michael

LGC

United Kingdom

Improving robustness and efficiency in bioanalysis using “Trap & Back Elute” two dimensional LC-MS/MS

HYP5-P01-Tu

Lock

Stephen

Sciex

United Kingdom

CESI–MS detection and quantitation of Neuropeptides

HYP5-P02-Tu

Bělehrad

Jakub

Masary University

Czech Republic

Capillary electrophoresis of selenium species with substrate-assisted laser desorption ICP MS detection.

HYP5-P03-Tu

Gregus

Michal

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry as a novel technique in analysis of cholesterol and its metabolites

HYP5-P04-Tu

Lock

Stephen

Sciex

United Kingdom

Improving identification and quantification of polar herbicides by CE-MS

HYP5-P05-Tu

Konášová

Renáta

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS

Czech Republic

Comparison of suitability of two highly sensitive CE-MS interfaces for determination of stability constants of potassium crown ether complexes by affinity CE with MS detection

HYP5-P06-Tu

Thorn

Jim

SCIEX

United Kingdom

The study of intact casein as a model system for the separation of intact phosphorylated proteins by Capillary Electrospray Ionization (CESI)

HYP5-P07-Tu

Neusüß

Christian

Aalen University

Germany

Comparison of three CE-ESI-MS interfaces applied to organic acids in negative mode and to digested and reduced proteins in positive mode

HYP6-P01-Tu

Kobayashi

Hiroshi

Shinwa Chemical Industries, Ltd.

Japan

Effect of acidic additives on peak capacity and detectivity in peptide mapping using nano-flow LC/MS with low-density C18 monolithic silica capillary columns

HYP6-P02-Tu

Peretzki

Andrea

University of Leipzig

Germany

On-chip coupling of HPLC and droplet microfluidics for further downstream processes

HYP6-P03-Tu

Vrkoslav

Vladimír

IOCB Prague

Czech Republic

The use of micro-API source in HPLC analysis of lipids

HYP6-P04-Tu

Hetzel

Terence

Institute of Energy and Environmental Technology

Germany

The ultimate limitations in micro-liquid chromatography in terms of speed, efficiency and sensitivity

HYP6-P05-Tu

Fischer

Gavin

Sciex

USA

Microflow LC-MS/MS workflow allows high sensitivity for targeted metabolomics

HYP6-P06-Tu

Kip

Cigdem

Hacettepe University

Turkey

Preparation of phenylboronic acid functionalized hybrid monolithic column for boronate affinity chromatography of diol compounds in a microfluidic system.

HYP6-P07-Tu

Josephs

Jonathan

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Evaluation of a microfluidic electrophoresis device coupled to an Orbitrap mass spectrometer for the characterization of biotherapeutics proteins

HYP7-P01-Tu

Hajek

Roman

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

HILIC-HPLC/ESI-MS analysis of gangliosides in biological samples

HYP7-P02-Tu

Matysik

Silke

University Hospital Regensburg

Germany

Quantification of steroid hormones in human serum by liquid chromatography-high resolution tandem mass spectrometry

HYP7-P03-Tu

Vosse

Christian

University of Muenster

Germany

Profiling of constitutional isomeric phospholipids by hydrophilic interaction LC-ESI-MS/MS

HYP7-P04-Tu

Lauridsen

Lene

DuPont Nutrition Biosciences ApS

Denmark

Challenges in the analysis of wheat flour phospholipids in dough by LCMS

HYP7-P05-Tu

Doell

Annika

AbbVie Germany

Germany

Development of a sensitive nano LC-MS approach for the in-vivo analysis of antibodies on peptide level

HYP7-P06-Tu

Syslová

Kamila

University of Chemistry and Technology

Czech Republic

LC-MS analysis of endogenous lipid mediators with anti-diabetic properties

HYP8-P01-Tu

Watabe

Yoshiyuki

Shimadzu Corporation

Japan

Supercritical fluid chromatography on chiral separation of enantiomeric drugs in human plasma with MS/MS detection

HYP8-P02-Tu

Wolrab

Denise

University of Vienna

Austria

Analysis of amino acids by direct coupling of supercritical fluid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry

HYP8-P03-Tu

Simeone

Jennifer

Waters Corporation

USA

Development and comparison of quantitative methods using orthogonal chromatographic techniques for the analysis of potential mutagenic impurities

HYP8-P04-Tu

Maheux

Maxim

TransBIOTech

Canada

Hyphenated techniques in lipidomics: comparison of UPLC vs UPC2 separations coupled to QTOF technology

HYP8-P05-Tu

Yunju

Cho

Kyungpook National University

Korea

Identificaiton of organic light emitting diode (OLED) emitters by supercritical fluid chromatography coupled to liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry

HYP8-P06-Tu

Schug

Kevin A.

The University of Texas at Arlington

USA

Online SFE-SFC-MS for direct extraction and analysis of designer drugs in urine samples

HYP9-P01-We

Goryńska

Paulina Zofia

Collegium Medicum Nicolaus Copernicus University in Bydgoszcz

Poland

Solid phase microextraction for brain tumor metabolite analysis

HYP9-P02-We

Chocholoušková

Michaela

University Pardubice

Czech Republic

Analysis of eicosanoids in biological samples using the coupling of separation techniques and mass spectrometry

HYP9-P03-We

Chatziioannou

Anastasia Chrysovalantou

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Greece

Case-control metabolomics study of neonatal sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis. Untargeted & targeted approaches

HYP9-P04-We

Yazawa

Itaru

Imtakt Corporation

Japan

LC-MS analysis columns for intact amino acids and neurotransmitters without derivatization

HYP9-P05-We

Kim

Andrew HyoungJin

Seoul National University

Korea

Distribution of exogenous and endogenous CYP3A markers and related factors in healthy males and females

HYP10-P01-We

Han

Yehua

State Key Laboratory of Heavy Oil Processing

China

Direct analysis and discrimination of thiophenic and sulfidic compounds in crude oils

HYP10-P02-We

Astefanei

Alina

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands

SAWN-MS for the ultrafast & highly sensitive characterisation of small and macro-molecules

HYP10-P03-We

Ciclet

Olivier

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Evaluation of a novel atmospheric pressure ionization source (UniSprayTM) for natural compounds analysis

HYP10-P04-We

Lara

Francisco J.

University of Granada

Spain

Direct analysis in real time combined with modified quick polar pesticides extraction method to determine highly polar pesticides in lettuce and celery.

HYP10-P05-We

Lee

JungEun

Kookmin University

Korea

Metabolomics-driven integrative network analysis of chemical-induced biotic stimulation in photosynthetic microalga, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

HYP11-P01-We

Kim

Young Hwan

Korea Basic Science Institute

Korea

Identification of possible biomarkers for breast tumor mice from phospholipids profiling determined by using MALDI Imaging and UPLC/MS

HYP11-P02-We

Strnad

Štěpán

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry AS CR

Czech Republic

Comparison of MALDI-MSI and LC-MS for pharmacokinetic study of metformin

HYP11-P03-We

Schejbal

Jan

Masaryk University, Faculty of Science

Czech Republic

β-secretase enzyme assay by MALDI TOF MS

HYP12-P01-We

Maziarz

Margaret

Waters Corporation

USA

Sensitive UPLC method with tandem mass detection for analysis of genotoxic impurities of imatinib mesylate drug

HYP12-P02-We

Cassel

Stephanie

Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III

France

Qualitative and quantitative analysis of polyglycerol esters mixtures used in cosmetic formulations

HYP12-P03-We

Pensi

Debora

University of Turin

Italy

Quantification of tacrolimus and everolimus in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of co-treated pediatric patients: a uhplc ms/ms method coupled with automated on-line spe

HYP12-P04-We

Lee

Hui-Ling

Fu Jen Catholic University

Taiwan

Simultaneous,fast and simple quantification of oxidative damage biomarker and cotinine in human urine by on-line SPE LC-MS/MS: correlation with tobacco exposure biomarkers NNAL

HYP12-P05-We

Yogendrarajah

Pratheeba

Johnson and Johnson

Belgium

Trace level analysis of eleven genotoxic impurities in a penultimate pharmaceutical intermediate using the emerging lc-ms technology, the Acquity® QDa® Mass Detector

HYP12-P06-We

Bartosińska

Ewa

Department of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacodynamics, Medical University of Gdańs

Poland

Development and validation of HPLC-APCI-MS/MS method for quantitative determination of tocotrienols in human breast adipose tissue

HYP12-P07-We

Boiteux

Helene

Waters Corporation

USA

Transferring and improving a legacy HPLC-UV cleaning validation method by employing UHPLC and mass detection.

HYP12-P08-We

Bichl

Gerlinde

Biomin Holding

Austria

Detection and quantification of fumonisins and hydrolysed fumonisins in biological matrices with LC-MS/MS

HYP12-P09-We

Pavlík

Jakub

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

Development and optimization of UHPLC-MS/MS method for analysis of selected antiviral compounds

HYP12-P10-We

Sanwald

Corinna

University of Tuebingen

Germany

HPLC-ESI-QTOF-MS/MS based quantitative amino acid analysis and simultaneous metabolic profiling of stressed human corneal epithelial cells with data-independent SWATH acquisition

HYP12-P11-We

Hadzieva Gigvoska

Maja

Alkaloid AD Skopje

Macedonia (the former Yugoslav Repu

Experimental design approach used for optimisation of forced degradation study of atorvastatin by LC/MS characterisation of the degradation products

HYP12-P12-We

Zbornikova

Eva

Czech Academy of Sciences

Czech Republic

Easy and robust method for identification and quantification of nucleotide pool in bacterial cells.

HYP12-P13-We

Grüning

Anja

Shimadzu Europa GmbH

Germany

Fully automated derivatization -quantification of glyphosate and AMPA in beer using a standard UHPLC-MS/MS system

HYP12-P14-We

Hong

Paula

Waters Corporation

USA

Identification of prohibited skin lightening agents in cosmetic products using UHPLC with PDA and mass detection

HYP12-P15-We

Maksic

Jelena

Medical Military Academy

Serbia

Development of HILIC–ESI/MS–MS method for the quantification of olopatadine in human tears

HYP12-P16-We

Fernandes-Lopes

Carlos

Bial - Portela & Cª, S.A.

Portugal

Validation of an analytical method for the quantification of fatty acid amides in cerebrospinal fluid matrix by LC-MS/MS

HYP12-P17-We

Karmuse

Pravin

Novartis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.

India

Evaluation of compact mass detector: A new dimension for chromatography

HYP12-P18-We

Kiyokawa

Ena

Fukuoka University

Japan

LC-MS/MS analysis of peptides in brain with fluorous derivatization

HYP12-P19-We

Corden

Natalie

LGC

United Kingdom

The step by step guide to developing a robust assay for a new compound in bioanalysis using LC-MS/MS

HYP12-P20-We

Stajić

Ana

Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade

Serbia

Higenamine determination in nutritional supplements by UPLC/MS/MS method

HYP12-P21-We

Joseph

Siji

Agilent Technologies

India

A faster and sensitive LC-MS/MS method for pharmacokinetic assessment of anti-epileptic drugs

HYP12-P22-We

Meding

Stephan

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

Mass spectrometry for every chromatographer – A new single quadrupole mass spectrometer to overcome common detection challenges

HYP12-P23-We

Klinkenberg

Réginald

Galephar M/F

Belgium

LC-MS determination of non-ionic surfactant residues on pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment surfaces after cleaning procedure

HYP12-P24-We

Lin

Erika

Sciex

USA

Improved sensitivity for LC-MS quantitation of biologics in plasma using trap-and-elute microflow LC-MS

HYP12-P25-We

Lin

Erika

Sciex

USA

High throughput microflow LC-MS/MS for high sensitivity peptide quantitation in targeted assays

HYP13-P01-Tu

Kowalczyk

Claudia

PhD student

Germany

Investigation of an extraction and separation method for the analysis of mercury species in sediments

HYP13-P02-Tu

Oppermann

Uwe

Shimadzu Europa GmbH

Germany

Quantitative analysis of arsenic species in rice using LC-ICP-MS

HYP14-P01-Tu

Ma

Qiang

Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine

China

Broad screening of 100 regulated ingredients in cosmetics using UHPLC-Q-Orbitrap mass spectrometry combined with accurate mass database and spectral library search strategy

HYP14-P02-Tu

Dunkle

Melissa

Dow Benelux

Netherlands

High-throughput data processing of accurate mass LC-MS data for the characterization of low molecular weight polymers

HYP14-P03-Tu

Siegle

Alexander

Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

Germany

Modular implementation of Hadamard encoding in LC and facile transfer to various separation and detection modes

HYP14-P04-Tu

Kim

Woojung

Gyeonggido Business&Science Accelerator

Korea

LC-MS/MS based searchable short peptide spectrum library platform

APP1-P01-Mo

Slosse

Amorn

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Chemical profiling of cannabis seizures by GC/MS: determination of the inter- and intra-seizure variability

APP1-P02-Mo

Gottardo

Rossella

University of Verona

Italy

UPLC-QqQ-MS analysis of gamma-HB and its isomers, alpha-HB and beta-HB, in serum: novel perspectives in the forensic GHB determination

APP1-P03-Mo

Hansson

Annelie

Uppsala University

Sweden

Using UHPLC-HR-MS to investigate the equine metabolites of the selective androgen receptor modulator LGD-4033 for doping control purposes

APP1-P04-Mo

Lee

Ji Hyun

Ministry of Food and Drug Safety

Korea

Development and validation of an liquid chromatography tandem-mass spectrometry method for the simultaneous determination of hair growth compounds in dietary supplements

APP1-P05-Mo

Pavlačka

Martin

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Handheld portable device based on differential mobility spectrometry for forensic applications

APP1-P06-Mo

Sorio

Daniela

University of Verona

Italy

HPLC determination of transferrin glycoforms with fluorescent terbium adducts: the tool to detect CDT in post-mortem blood

APP1-P07-Mo

Theodoridis

Georgios

Aristotle University Thessaloniki

Greece

A UHPLC-MS/MS method for the detection of drugs and pharmaceuticals in human bones

APP1-P08-Mo

Schachel

Tilo

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Germany

Differentiation and identification of explosives formulations by means of HPLC-MS

APP1-P09-Mo

Dobos

Adrienn

Hungarian Institute for Forensic Sciences

Hungary

Introduction of a screening method for 273 drugs of abuse, new psychoactive substances and their metabolites in biological matrices on UHPLC-MS/MS

APP1-P10-Mo

Lacroix

Marlene

INRA/ENVT

France

Development and validation of a novel method for the analysis of bisphenol biomarkers in human by on-line SPE/LC/MS/MS.

APP1-P11-Mo

Togni

Loraine

Albert Einstein Hospital

Brazil

Microextraction by packed sorbent for post mortem whole blood sample preparation in forensic analyses of benzodiazepines

APP1-P12-Mo

Malheiro

Daniel

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Optimization of nitrate ester explosives with UHPLC-ESI-MS by using design of experiments

APP1-P13-Mo

Hajkova

Katerina

UCT Prague

Czech Republic

The forensic study of the possible tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) intake from cosmetic products containing Cannabis sativa

APP1-P14-Mo

Lemr

Karel

Palacky University

Czech Republic

Surface influence on desorption nanoelectrospray ionization

APP2-P02-Mo

van Ling

Robert

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Netherlands

Development of an all-recombinant intact protein standard for LC MS application development and system suitability testing

APP2-P03-Mo

Mikšík

Ivan

Institute of Physiology CAS

Czech Republic

Proteomic and pigment analysis of Siamese crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) eggshell

APP2-P04-Mo

Lewandowska

Aleksandra

University of Gdańsk

Poland

High pH RP-HPLC as an orthogonal fractionation method in LC-MS/MS analysis of human follicular fluid protein and peptide composition

APP2-P05-Mo

Thiel

Marcel

University of Gdańsk

Poland

Interaction between peptides and pyrophosphate molecules investigated by the use of HPLC, MS and LC/MS techniques

APP2-P06-Mo

Ledvina

Vojtěch

Institue of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.

Czech Republic

Single-cell analysis of caspase-3/7 activation in developing murine cells

APP2-P07-Mo

Kanno

Ken

GL Sciences Inc.

Japan

High performance monolithic silica columns for capillary HPLC

APP2-P08-Mo

Pavlová

Tereza

Masaryk University, Faculty of Science

Czech Republic

Association between adipophilin levels and lipid content in human breast milk investigated using ultra-high performance liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry

APP2-P09-Mo

Jung

Moon Chul

Waters Corporation

USA

Considerations for selecting the optimal stationary phases for proteomic trap-elute nanochromatography

APP2-P10-Mo

Ondrej

Martin

University of Defence in Brno, Faculty of Military Health Sciences in Hradec Králové

Czech Republic

Phosphoproteomic study of radiosensitization mechanisms of autophagy inhibitor Lys05 on non-small cell lung cancer cells

APP2-P11-Mo

Kupcik

Rudolf

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

An improved detection of multiphosphorylated peptides using novel magnetic TiO2 based nanomaterial

APP2-P12-Mo

Fischer

Gavin

Sciex

USA

Robust and sensitive workflow for qualitative and quantitative analysis of intact monoclonal antibodies using a MicroLC and TripleTOF Mass Spectrometry

APP2-P13-Mo

Kecskemeti

Adam

University of Debrecen

Hungary

Characterization of a poly(dimethylsiloxane) microfluidic chip containing adsorbed trypsin for rapid protein digestion

APP2-P14-Mo

Bauder

Rainer

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Deep and reproducible human proteome profiling with novel nano flow LC technology and HRAM mass-spectrometry

APP2-P15-Mo

Meding

Stephan

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

Improved sensitivity and robustness with capillary flow LC-MS targeted protein quantification

APP3-P01-Mo

Pereira

Jorge

CQM - Centro de Química da Madeira, Universidade da Madeira

Portugal

The efficiency of different microextraction approaches in the quantification of bioactive metabolites in food. The case study of coffee.

APP3-P02-Mo

Lee

Jeongmi

Sungkyunkwan University

Korea

Deep eutectic solvents as multipurpose media for bioactive natural products

APP3-P03-Mo

Boyaci

Ezel

University of Waterloo

Canada

Development of a high throughput SPME-HPLC-MS/MS in-vitro assay for monitoring time course changes in kinetics and dynamics of cell line systems

APP3-P04-Mo

Ullrich

Stefan

Agilent Technologies

Germany

Automated LC/MS purification of compound libraries

APP3-P05-Mo

Miggiels

Paul

Leiden University

Netherlands

Sample preconcentration using vision-controlled droplet evaporation for high-throughput LC-MS-based metabolomics

APP3-P06-Mo

Ferrone

Vincenzo

University "G.d'Annunzio"

Italy

UHPLC-PDA determination of five antibiotics in human plasma using air assisted dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction with solidification of the floating organic droplets

APP3-P07-Mo

Krcmova

Lenka

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

Modern trends in sample preparation techniques in clinical research

APP3-P08-Mo

Seebunrueng

Ketsarin

Khon Kaen University

Thailand

A new vortex-assisted supramolecular solvent liquid-liquid microextraction followed by high performance liquid chromatography for trace analysis of phenols in water samples

APP3-P09-Mo

Klabačková

Sáva

Charles University

Czech Republic

Application of miniaturized extraction techniques for analysis of tocopherols in clinical practice - first results

APP3-P10-Mo

Parmová

Martina

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové

Czech Republic

Polyamide nanofibers as the sorbents for on-line SPE-HPLC determination of Bisphenol A in river water samples

APP3-P11-Mo

Pilařová

Veronika

Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University

Czech Republic

Conventional and modern extraction approaches to the determination of quercetin ant its metabolites in rat plasma

APP3-P12-Mo

Vlčková

Hana

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové

Czech Republic

Micro-SPE in pipette tips as the tool for analysis of drugs in serum

APP3-P13-Mo

Guerra

Eugenia

University of Santiago de Compostela

Spain

Simulteaneous determination of 19 synthetic water-soluble dyes in products intended for children by matrix solid-phase dispersion and liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry

APP3-P14-Mo

Plachká

Kateřina

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

Determination of lovastatin using UHPLC-MS/MS method and automated SPE procedure with laboratory-made molecularly imprinted polymer sorbent

APP3-P15-Mo

Monks

Kathryn

KNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH

Germany

GPC cleanup of olive oil samples

APP3-P16-Mo

Lhotská

Ivona

Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University

Czech Republic

On-line molecularly imprinted solid phase extraction coupled to chromatographic separation for determination of mycoxotin zearalenone in beer samples

APP3-P17-Mo

Cai

Meiqiang

Zhejiang Gongshang University

China

Magnetic solid-phase extraction based amino-modified metal-organic frameworks coupled with LC–MS/MS for the determination of chlorophenols from environmental water samples

APP3-P18-Mo

Locatelli

Marcello

University "G. D'Annunzio" of Chieti-Pescara

Italy

FPSE-HPLC-PDA method for the determination of twelve azole antimicrobial drug residues in human plasma and urine

APP3-P19-Mo

Hroboňová

Katarína

Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Slovakia

Selective extraction of coumarins by using molecularly imprinted polymers. Preparation, characterization and application of sorbents.

APP3-P20-Mo

Kamuf

Matthias

Agilent Technologies

Germany

Influence of glass vial type upon trace level recovery rates of basic analytes by LC/MS/MS

APP3-P21-Mo

Sakaguchi

Yohei

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Japan

Development of a carboxyl group derivatization LC method for monitoring the deamidation of protein

APP3-P22-Mo

Fikarová

Kateřina

Univerzita Karlova, Farmaceutická fakulta Hradec Králové

Czech Republic

On-line coupling of in-syringe automated dispersive liquid-liquid extraction/back-extraction to ICP-AES for elemental analysis

APP3-P23-Mo

Horvai

George

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Hungary

The selectivity of solid phase extraction (SPE) with molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs)

APP3-P24-Mo

Schemeth

Dieter

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Comparison of novel and commercially available solid-phase extraction materials for the isolation of acidic crude oil metabolites

APP3-P25-Mo

Goh

Shalene

National University of Singapore

Singapore

Automated bundled hollow fiber-array-mediated liquid-phase microextraction of perfluorinated compounds

APP3-P26-Mo

Ide

Alessandra

Universidade de Lisboa

Portugal

New improvements in bar adsorptive microextraction devices for the analysis of emerging compounds in real matrices

APP3-P27-Mo

Novotný

Jakub

University of Pardubice - Faculty of Chemical Technology

Czech Republic

Pneumatic valves for micro-milled microfluidic devices

APP3-P28-Mo

Šatínský

Dalibor

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

Micro-extraction by packed sorbent coupled on-line to column-switching chromatography system – a case study on determination of three beta-blockers in human urine

APP3-P29-Mo

Chocholouš

Petr

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

Flow analysis methods for sample pre-treatment and separation

APP3-P30-Mo

Datinska

Vladimira

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.

Czech Republic

Concentration of nucleic acids by coupled column capillary isotachophoresis application to circulating cell-free dna extraction from liquid biopsy samples

APP3-P31-Mo

Bensen

Henriette Kornmaaler

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Automated and objective analytical scale group-type separation of saturates, aromatics and resins from crude oil

APP3-P32-Mo

García Cicourel

Alan Rodrigo

University of Amsterdam

Mexico

Quantification and characterization of mineral oils in consumer products using comprehensive normal-phase liquid chromatography-gas chromatography

APP3-P33-Mo

Taylor

Lester

Agilent

USA

A unified open access workflow from analysis to purification (A-->P) for medicinal chemists

APP3-P34-Mo

Hruska

Vlastimil

Agilent Technologies Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG

Germany

Simplified and reliable up-scaling for automated high-throughput purification workflows

APP3-P35-Mo

Vargas Medina

Deyber Arley

doctoral Student

Brazil

Automated liquid-phase microextraction using a labmade Arduino-based cartesian robot

APP3-P36-Mo

Gagliardi

Leonardo G.

Universidad Nacional de La Plata y CONICET

Argentina

Microwave assisted derivatization and quantification of glyphosate, glufosinate, and aminomethylphosphonic acid by GC-MS

APP4-P01-Mo

Vorslova

Svetlana

University of Latvia

Latvia

Practical application of solvatic sorption model for method development of phenylisothiocyanate derivatives of amino acids in human biological materials

APP4-P02-Mo

Bojko

Barbara

Faculty of Pharmacy, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland

Poland

SPME-LC-MS: The new potential for in situ and in vivo brain tumor studies

APP4-P03-Mo

Johnson

Amy

Keele University

United Kingdom

The use of HPLC-MS in the metabonomic analysis of chicken eggs over time

APP4-P04-Mo

Sidwick

Kate

Keele University

United Kingdom

The effect of freezing duration and number of freeze-thaw cycles on the metabolic profile of meat

APP4-P05-Mo

Sillner

Nina

Helmholtz Zentrum München

Germany

Retention time indexing in RP-LC-MS based metabolomics for enhancing metabolite identification. A cross-lab trial

APP4-P06-Mo

Jaroch

Karol

Nicolaus Copernicus in Torun, Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz

Poland

The use of solid phase microextraction (SPME) for metabolomic analysis of cell culture after administration of combretastatin A4 phosphate

APP4-P07-Mo

Romoaldo

Gilson

UMONS - faculty of Medecine and Pharmacy

Belgium

Assessing emotional states: Metabonomic profiling and quantification of a salivary biomarker

APP4-P08-Mo

Berger

Raffaela

University of Regensburg

Germany

D-2 hydroxyglutarate dehydrogenase assay reveals regulation of D-2-hydroxyglutarate degradation

APP4-P09-Mo

Stoffel

Rainer

Helmholtz Munich

Germany

Retention time indexing as an approach to standardize reporting of retention data in metabolomics

APP4-P10-Mo

Celá

Andrea

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Analysis of amino acids in human plasma of patients with schizophrenia by means of CE-LIF method

APP4-P11-Mo

Kristin

Hennig

BIOASTER

France

Development of an analytical workflow for the characterization of the microbiota metabolome, using a combination of NMR and MS, through targeted and untargeted approaches

APP4-P12-Mo

Boháč

Michal

Bruker s.r.o.

Czech Republic

Enabling high-confidence human endogenous metabolite identification via high-resolution MS/MS retention-time library

APP4-P13-Mo

Kim

Da Jung

Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Seoul National University

Korea

Targeted and untargeted metabolomic analysis in healthy subjects upon ursodeoxycholic acid exposure

APP4-P14-Mo

Kim

Bora

Seoul national university

Korea

ω- and ω-1 hydroxylation of medium chain fatty acid by CYP3A : Characterization of a potential novel urinary biomarker of CYP3A activity

APP4-P15-Mo

Vondroušová

Jana

University of Chemistry and Technology Prague

Czech Republic

Separation of antioxidants from biological matrices by molecularly imprinted polymer for HPLC-MS analysis

APP4-P16-Mo

Skrutková Langmajerová

Monika

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Analysis of amino acids profile by capillary electrophoresis with mass spectrometry

APP4-P17-Mo

Park

Soojin

Kookmin university

Korea

Metabolic regulation in response to activated Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway

APP4-P18-Mo

Ji

Dong Yoon

kookmin university

Korea

Metabolic approach of autoimmune disease such as graves’ disease for plasma biofluid biomarker by using GC-MS and LC-MS/MS system.

APP4-P19-Mo

Pirttilä

Kristian

Uppsala University

Sweden

A simple and robust UPLC-Q-TOF-based untargeted protocol for metabolic fingerprinting of polar metabolites in perilymph using hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography

APP4-P20-Mo

Haglöf

Jakob

Uppsala University

Sweden

The perilymph metabolome, determined by UHPLC-HRMS

APP4-P21-Mo

Engskog

Mikael

Uppsala University

Sweden

Are your metabolomics methods producing data of high analytical quality?

APP4-P22-Mo

Knudsen

Sofie Bruun

Novozymes/University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Non-target chemical analysis of industrial processes - A way to understand and monitor end-product quality in an enzyme recovery process

APP4-P23-Mo

Cechova

Eliska

Research Centre for Toxic Compounds in the Environment

Czech Republic

Orbital ion-trap mass spectrometry-based analysis of microbial metabolites in amniotic fluid

APP4-P24-Mo

Desfontaine

Vincent

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Applicability of SFC-MS to metabolomics: Which kind of analytes can be successfully analyzed?

APP4-P25-Mo

Svatos

Ales

Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology

Germany

Mass-spectrometric-imaging of living cells: Challenges, solutions, and perspective

APP5-P01-Tu

Layton

Catharine

Waters Corp

USA

The use of orthogonal methods to monitor the major degradation products of cannabidiol (CBD).

APP5-P02-Tu

Padro

Juan

National University of La Plata

Argentina

Chiral separation of aryloxyphenoxy-propionate herbicides in a permethyl-β-cyclodextrin based column. Influence of temperature and mobile phase composition on selectivity

APP5-P03-Tu

Jakubec

Pavel

Faculty of pharmacy in Hradec Kralove, Charles University

Czech Republic

SFC in chiral separations: Evaluation of equivalency of polysaccharide enantioselective stationary phases

APP5-P04-Tu

Vojtylova

Terezia

Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Czech Republic

Enantioseparation of liquid-crystalline materials by chiral HPLC: Development of the method for various types of functional materials.

APP5-P05-Tu

Mazzoccanti

Giulia

"Sapienza" università di roma

Italy

Natural cannabinoids analysis by a chemo-enantioselective separation method in eUHPSFC-MS using the new UHPC-Whelk-O1 sub 2 µm CSP

APP5-P06-Tu

Lynen

Frederic

Ghent University

Belgium

Chiral stationary phase optimized selectivity supercritical fluid chromatography (SOS-SFC): A novel approach for optimizing the separation of enantiomers

APP5-P07-Tu

de la Puente

Maria Luz

Eli Lilly and Company

Spain

Open access chiral chromatography: isomers-a-la-carte

APP5-P08-Tu

Hardenklo

Patrick

NU-sjukvarden

Sweden

Chiral separation of amphetamine using UPLC-MS/MS in a clinical laboratory

APP5-P09-Tu

Knaggs

Andrew

GlaxoSmithKline R&D

United Kingdom

Development and usage of a comprehensive parallel chiral HPLC stationary phase screen in polar organic solvents for drug discovery chemistry

APP5-P10-Tu

Ilisz

István

University of Szeged

Hungary

HPLC enantioseparation of carbocyclic β-amino acids possessing limonene skeleton on macrocyclic glycopeptide-based chiral stationary phases

APP5-P11-Tu

Péter

Antal

University of Szeged

Hungary

Application of Cinchona alkaloid-based chiral stationary phases for the enantioseparation of limonene-based β-amino acids

APP5-P12-Tu

Orosz

Tímea

University of Szeged

Hungary

Effects of N-substitution on the elution order of cyclic ß3-amino acid enantiomers on Cinchona alkaloid-based zwitterionic and anion exchanger-type chiral stationary phases

APP5-P13-Tu

Ivett

Bacskay

MTA-PTE

Hungary

An overloading study on zwitterionic chiral stationary phases

APP5-P14-Tu

Carrão

Daniel

Universidade de São Paulo

Brazil

Evaluation of chiral stationary phases for the separation of the pesticide fipronil and its main metabolites by HPLC-UV

APP5-P15-Tu

Szemán

Julianna

researcher

Hungary

HPLC analysis of folate appended cyclodextrins

APP5-P16-Tu

Trausinger

Gert

JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH

Austria

Quantitative determination of chiral amino acid species in therapeutic peptides

APP5-P17-Tu

Kohout

Michal

University of Chemistry and Technology Prague

Czech Republic

Enantioseparation of cathinones and their metabolites on chiral zwitterion ion-exchange stationary phase using gradient SFC-MS

APP5-P18-Tu

Lee

Sul

EWHA WOMANS UNIVERSITY

Korea

Enantiomeric separations of chiral amino acids with carboxylated crown ethers by CE-MS

APP5-P19-Tu

Koval

Dusan

UOCHB AVČR v.v.i.

Czech Republic

Enantiorecognition properties of helical dications

APP5-P20-Tu

Long

William

Agilent Technologies

USA

Screening chiral compounds using superficially porous based chiral columns and the agilent method development solution

APP5-P21-Tu

Perez de Albuquerque

Nayara Cristina

Universidade de São Paulo

Brazil

Evaluation of chiral stationary phases for the resolution of the fungicide tebuconazole and its main metabolite tebuconazole-1-hydroxy by HPLC-DAD

APP5-P22-Tu

Hegade

Ravindra

Ghent University, Belgium

Belgium

Chiral stationary-phase optimized selectivity liquid chromatography: A novel approach for the separation of mixtures of enantiomers.

APP5-P23-Tu

Carrão

Daniel

Universidade de São Paulo

Brazil

Validation of an enantioselective LC-MS/MS method in polar organic mode for the analysis of the pesticide myclobutanil in human liver microsomes

APP5-P24-Tu

Perez de Albuquerque

Nayara Cristina

Universidade de São Paulo

Brazil

In vitro enantioselective inhibition of human cytochrome P450 enzymes by the pesticide fenamiphos

APP6-P01-Tu

Sensen

Shen

Peking University

China

Plasma lipidomics reveals perturbed lipid metabolism and identifies potential lipid biomarkers of human colorectal cancer

APP6-P02-Tu

Jeck

Viola

University of Münster

Germany

Localization of lipids’ double bond position by means of post column Paternὸ Büchi derivatization and tandem mass spectrometry

APP6-P03-Tu

Chen

Chao-Yu

Fu Jen Catholic University

Taiwan

Targeted lipidomics profiling of acute arsenic exposure in mice serum by on-line solid-phase extraction stable-isotope dilution liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry

APP6-P04-Tu

Gil

Andres

University of Groningen

Netherlands

Comparison of one-phase vs two-phase extractions for untargeted lipidomics

APP6-P05-Tu

Jirásko

Robert

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

MALDI Orbitrap mass spectrometry profiling of dysregulated sulfatides in kidney tissue and plasma samples of patients with renal cell carcinoma

APP6-P06-Tu

Kosek

Vit

UCT Prague

Czech Republic

Fingerprinting of plasma lipids by two „alternative“ methods, SFC-HRMS and UHPLC-HRMS

APP6-P07-Tu

Kofroňová

Edita

IOCB AS CR

Czech Republic

Do commercial bumblebees represent a threat for local subspecies?

APP6-P08-Tu

Kim

Tae-Young

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology

Korea

Relative quantification of lipids by using metabolic heavy water labeling

APP6-P09-Tu

Wilson

Ian D.

Imperial College

United Kingdom

Lipidomic investigation of Fenclozic acid and Sitaxentan treated PXB-mice using a new scanning quadrupole UPLC-QTof MS acquisition mode.

APP7-P01-Tu

Kuban

Anil

Hacettepe University

Turkey

Monodisperse-porous titania microspheres with biomodal pore-size distribution as a new stationary phase for DNA microextraction

APP7-P02-Tu

Paull

Brett

University of Tasmania

Australia

Fabrication of biomolecule containing multi-channel photonic crystal fibres, and their application to bio-affinity and bio-catalytic reactions

APP7-P03-Tu

Ikeda

Koji

Keio University

Japan

Development of purification method for proteins utilizing temperature-responsive affinity chromatography

APP7-P04-Tu

Nevídalová

Hana

Masaryk university

Czech Republic

The influence of several drugs on displacement of l tryptophan and lidocaine from binding sites on albumin

APP7-P05-Tu

Neaga

Ioan

University of Mons

Belgium

Affinity capillary electrophoresis as fast screening method for the identification of potentially active compounds for DM1 treatment

APP7-P06-Tu

Michalcová

Lenka

Faculty of Science, Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Insight into drug-protein interactions with using different techniques

APP7-P07-Tu

Colyer

Christa

Wake Forest University

USA

Aptamer selection by capillary electrophoresis and next generation sequencing for therapeutic target protein vitronectin.

APP8-P01-Tu

Semyonov

Alexander

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Glycoprotein monosaccharide analysis using HPAE-PAD for biopharmaceutical quality control

APP8-P02-Tu

Wen

Ma

Peking University

China

Cysteine-functionalized metal-organic framework: facile synthesis and high efficient enrichment of N-linked glycopeptides in cell lysate biosample

APP8-P03-Tu

Kovács

Zsuzsanna

Horváth Csaba Memorial Institute of Bioanalytical Research

Hungary

Search for multiple myeloma glycobiomarkers by CE-LIF

APP8-P04-Tu

Döncző

Boglárka

Horváth Csaba Laboratory of Bioseparation Sciences, University of Debrecen, Hung

Hungary

Capillary electrophoretic analysis of the N-glycome of formalin fixed paraffin embedded mouse tissue samples

APP8-P05-Tu

Krenkova

Jana

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.

Czech Republic

Cationic charge labeling for CE-MS analysis of oligosaccharides

APP8-P06-Tu

Kunnummal

Baburaj

ThermoFisher Scientific

USA

N-Glycan analysis by orthogonal methods: UHPLC and multi-capillary CE

APP8-P07-Tu

Lauber

Matthew

Waters Corporation

USA

Sensitive Detection of Sialylated N-Glycans using Optimized HILIC LC-MS Separations

APP8-P08-Tu

Brousmiche

Darryl

Waters Corporation

USA

Fluorescent and MS-Active labeling reagent for the analysis of n-glycans

APP8-P09-Tu

Váradi

Csaba

National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training

Ireland

Analysis of Cetuximab glycosylation using multiple fractionation methods and CE-MS profiling

APP8-P10-Tu

Eckard

Anahita

ThermoFisherScientific

USA

A simple method to achieve rapid and complete deglycosylation of glycoproteins with complex glycans

APP9-P01-We

Sallay

Imre

Osaka Soda, LTD.

Japan

Novel application of standard chromatographic tests of stationary phase characterization in industrial scale HPLC processes

APP9-P02-We

Malek

Amir

Genentech

USA

Development and validation of platform chromatography methods for biologics

APP9-P03-We

Yogendrarajah

Pratheeba

Johnson and Johnson

Belgium

Development of QC-friendly 2D-LC methods in pharmaceutical laboratories

APP9-P04-We

Koshel

Brooke

Waters Corporation

USA

Tracking and reporting synthetic peptide impurities with a cost-effective single quadrupole mass detector for improved confidence in analysis

APP9-P05-We

Chen

Dong-ying

Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, CAS

China

investigation of influencing factors for trace level of methyl p-toluenesulfonate control in pharmaceutical with gas chromatography coupled with mass chromatography detection

APP9-P06-We

Salbert

Tim

ACD/Labs Germany GmbH

Germany

An informatics based approach to developing a stability indicating method

APP9-P07-We

Chira

Ruxandra

“Iuliu Hatieganu” University of Medicine and Pharmacy

Romania

Recent advances on the oxidative biotransformation of several beta-blockers

APP9-P08-We

Rieck

Florian

Agilent Technologies

Germany

High throughput LC/MS purification of pharmaceutical impurities

APP9-P09-We

Gorbatiuk

Oksana

Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics of NASU

Ukraine

Efficient method for the obtaining of Recombinant Human Apoptosis signal-regulating kinase 1 (ASK1) in Escherichia coli

APP9-P10-We

Grooten

Yasmine

Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)

Belgium

Development of a supercritical fluid chromatographic system to predict the skin permeability of pharmaceutical compounds

APP9-P11-We

Sandbaumhüter

Friederike

University of Bern

Switzerland

Enantioselective separation and analysis of six ketamine metabolites using capillary electrophoresis with sulfated β-cyclodextrin and highly sulfated γ-cyclodextrin

APP9-P12-We

Zemenová

Jana

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry AS CR

Czech Republic

Novel approach to determine lipidated analogs of prolactin-releasing peptide via LC-MS using monolithic column

APP9-P13-We

Ollikainen

Elisa

Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Helsinki

Finland

Analysis of morphine in mouse plasma by microchip electrophoresis-electrochemical detection

APP9-P14-We

Liu

Xiaodong

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Separation of impurities from a fully phosphothioated and 2’-O-methylated RNA using ion-pair reversed-phase chromatography

APP9-P15-We

Birznieks

Ilze

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Separation and characterization of NIST monoclonal antibody standard using a suite of chromatographic methods

APP9-P16-We

Jayaraman

Priya

Waters Corporation

USA

Advanced topics in peptide mapping: Developing reproducible high resolution separations

APP9-P17-We

Koza

Stephan

Waters Corp.

USA

Successfully developing and using ultra-high performance size-exclusion chromatography (UHP-SEC) methods for the analysis of biotherapeutic proteins

APP9-P18-We

Hong

Paula

Waters Corporation

USA

Fraction collection for isolating impurities in forced degradation studies

APP9-P19-We

Wang

Qinggang

Bristol-Myers Squibb

USA

Quantitative impurity analysis of pharmaceutical compounds by heart-cutting two-dimensional liquid chromatography

APP9-P20-We

Iaroshenko

Dmitrii

CSU "Analytical Spectrometry"

Russian Federation

LC-MS/MS method for simultaneous determination of fingolimod (FTY720) and fingolimod phosphate (FTY720-P) in human blood

APP9-P21-We

Nikitina

Aleksandra

CSU "Analytical Spectrometry"

Russian Federation

The methods for determination of drug combinations in human plasma by LC-MS/MS

APP9-P22-We

Zhao

Shishan

Charles River Laboratories

Canada

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) of pharmaceutical oligonucleotides in non-clinical toxicology research

APP9-P23-We

Jung

Stephanie

Agilent Technologies

Germany

High-resolution sampling 2D-LC for pharmaceutical impurity analysis - detection of impurities hidden under the API peak at relevant levels

APP9-P24-We

Demelenne

Alice

ULg

Belgium

Quality control of insulin formulations: API, protamine and aggregates follow-up

APP9-P25-We

Madr

Ales

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Application of CE-C4D for beta-secretase activity assay

APP9-P26-We

De Pra

Mauro

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

Quantitation of APIs and impurities in multi-component drugs by ternary gradient reversed phase chromatography with charged aerosol detection

APP9-P27-We

Martins

Julia

School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Ribeirao Preto

Brazil

In vitro inhibition of cytochrome P450 isoforms by yangambin and its isomer, epi-yangambin, a natural product with anti-leishmanial activity

APP10-P01-We

Brunelli

Claudio

Pfizer inc.

United Kingdom

In-silico development of a chromatographic method for the analysis of stability samples of a highly potent oncology candidate

APP10-P02-We

Oliver

Michael

Thermo Fisher Scientific

United Kingdom

High precision, automated peptide mapping of proteins by LC-MS and LC-UV

APP10-P03-We

Sauve

Simon

Health Canada

Canada

Separation and quantitative assessment of immunologically active hemagglutinin content in trivalent and quadrivalent influenza vaccines

APP10-P04-We

Schejbal

Jan

Masaryk University, Faculty of Science

Czech Republic

Capillary electrophoresis-integrated immobilized enzyme reactor for screening of β-secretase inhibitors – potential anti-Alzheimer’s disease drugs

APP10-P05-We

Prikryl

Jan

Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i.

Czech Republic

Development of thiol-ene-based enzymatic microreactor array for drug metabolism study

APP10-P06-We

Fridström

Anders

Merck

Switzerland

Unique coupling of size exclusion chromatography to mass spectrometry for the analysis of proteins and antibodies using a novel mobile phase composition

APP10-P07-We

Piskáčková

Hana

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University

Czech Republic

Bioanalytical evaluation of new analogues of cardioprotective drug – dexrazoxane

APP10-P08-We

Verrax

Julien

SCM-DGO

Belgium

Application of liquid chromatography to the post-marketing quality surveillance of medicines and health products dispensed by Belgian Pharmacists.

APP10-P09-We

Roudaut

Brigitte

ANSES

France

LC-MS/MS methods for the screening of antibiotic residues in meat: A collaborative study using spiked muscle materials

APP10-P10-We

Řemínek

Roman

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Application of capillary electrophoresis for β-secretase inhibitor screening – development and comparison of two on-line methods

APP10-P11-We

Reimerova

Petra

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University

Czech Republic

In vitro bioactivation study of a pro-drug sobuzoxane in plasma and cardiac cells

APP10-P12-We

Svoboda

Jan

UCT Prague

Czech Republic

HPLC-MS characterization of transition metal complexes as potential antiproliferative drugs

APP10-P13-We

Gwiazdon

Malgorzata

University of Warsaw

Poland

Application of LC-MS/MS to in vitro profiling of microbial-derived metabolites of chlorogenic, caffeic and ferulic acids

APP10-P14-We

De Pra

Mauro

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Germany

HILIC separation of mAb glycopeptides with UV, fluorescence and MS detection

APP10-P15-We

Schwahn

Alexander

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Switzerland

Separation of bispecific mAbs using Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography (HIC)

APP10-P16-We

Logoyda

Liliya

I. Horbachevsky Ternopil State Medical University

Ukraine

Method development and validation study for quantitative determination of captopril in pharmaceuticals by UHPLC

APP10-P17-We

Bergmann

Anna

YMC Europe GmbH

Germany

Improvement in resolution and throughput on SEC analysis of monoclonal antibodies by using the new YMC-Pack Diol UHPLC column

APP10-P18-We

McKeown

Alan

Advanced Chromatography Technologies Ltd

United Kingdom

An interactive spreadsheet-based approach to simplify method transfer between different vendor UHPLC / HPLC instruments

APP10-P19-We

Laure

Belhassan

LABORATOIRES SMB S.A.

Belgium

Development of fast stability indicating HPLC method for the determination of febuxostat and its impurities

APP10-P20-We

Palaniswamy

Sundaram

Agilent Technologies Inc

India

Automated amino acid analysis for biopharma applications using advancebio AAA superficially porous high pH stable reversed-phase columns.

APP10-P21-We

Thorn

Jim

SCIEX

United Kingdom

Charge heterogeneity analysis of intact monoclonal antibodies using CESI-MS

APP10-P22-We

Skrutková Langmajerová

Monika

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Acitivity of skin fibroblast elestase was online monitored by capillary electrophoresis

APP10-P23-We

Cimpan

Gabriela

ACD/LABS

United Kingdom

A new method for analyzing MSe/All ions fragmentation in xenobiotic metabolism studies

APP10-P24-We

Moore

Rowan

Thermo Fisher Scientific

United Kingdom

Lifetime stability of size exclusion chromatography columns for protein aggregate analysis

APP10-P25-We

Glatz

Zdenek

Masaryk University Faculty of Science

Czech Republic

An improved design to capture magnetic microparticles with immobilized flavin monooxygenase enzyme for in-line CE in a liquid based capillary coolant system

APP11-P01-We

Monago Maraña

Olga

University of Extremadura

Spain

Optimization of a solid phase extraction procedure of capsaicinoids from paprika by hplc with fluorimetric detection

APP11-P02-We

Favre

Guzmán

Facultad de Agronomía Universidad de la República (UDELAR) Uruguay

Uruguay

Study of the glycosidic bond homolytic cleavage under a HPLC-ESI-MSD system, as a tool for the identification of new acylated flavonol glucosides in grapes and wines

APP11-P03-We

Chen

Yi-Chen

Natioanl Taiwan University

Taiwan

Determination of amino acid and carnosine/anserine contents of functional egg chalaza hydrolysate and its hepatoprotection against liver fibrosis

APP11-P04-We

Yang

Deng-Jye

China Medical University

Taiwan

Determination of phenolic composition of Muntingia calabura Linn. Fruit and its anti-inflammatory effect

APP11-P05-We

Tseng

Jung-Kai

Asia University

Taiwan

Lychee flower extract prevents selenite-induced cataract formation

APP11-P06-We

Silva

Pedro

Madeira University

Portugal

An useful strategy based on MEPS/UHPLC combined with Quality-by-Design approach for Foodomics applications. The case study of furanic derivatives in sugarcane honey

APP11-P07-We

Schmidt

Anatol

BOKU - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna

Austria

Determination of vitamin B12 using preparative immune-affinity chromatography and UHPLC.

APP11-P08-We

Fibigr

Jakub

Charles University, Faculty Of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

Rapid UHPLC determination of anthocyanins in acai berry and dry blueberry extracts

APP11-P09-We

Fu

Yanqing

Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

Nontargeted screening method for illegal additives based on ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography–high-resolution mass spectrometry

APP11-P10-We

Von Baer

Dietrich

Universidad de Concepcion

Chile

Quantitative determination of stilbenoids and proanthocyanidins on a C18-Core shell column in series with DAD and fluorescence detection and LC-MS/MS identification

APP11-P11-We

Von Baer

Dietrich

Universidad de Concepcion

Chile

Centrifugal partition chromatographic and semi-prep isolation of oligostilbenoids from grape cane extracts and characterization by LC-MS/MS, LC-Q-TOF and NMR

APP11-P12-We

Carlucci

Giuseppe

University "G.d'Annunzio"

Italy

UHPLC-PDA analysis of oxyprenylated phenylpropanoids in olive, soy, peanuts, corn and sunflower oil using deep eutectic solvent dispersive liquid-liquid micro-extraction technique

APP11-P13-We

Schlicke

Hagen

KNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH

Germany

Routine analysis of ingredients in wine.

APP11-P14-We

Neubauer

Stefan

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Germany

Comprehensive profiling of amino acid degradation products by LC-HR-MS/MS

APP11-P15-We

Klikarová

Jitka

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

HPLC separation of derivatized amino acids in mead

APP11-P16-We

Schmidt

Christian

Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH

Germany

A novel, highly robust LC-IRMS solution for high-throughput determination of honey adulteration

APP11-P17-We

Franc

Martin

Watrex Praha, s.r.o.

Czech Republic

Beer fingerprinting and identification by principal component analysis (PCA) of HPLC data for mono- and oligo- saccharide profiles

APP11-P18-We

Garcia-Campana

Ana M.

Facultad De Ciencias

Spain

Molecularly imprinted polymer solid phase extraction coupled with HILIC UHPLC-MS/MS as a new strategy for monitoring aminoglycoside residues in milk samples and functional foods

APP11-P19-We

Kao

Tsai Hua

FU JEN University

Taiwan

Analysis of heterocyclic amines in meat by the QuEChERS coupled with liquid chromatography-diode array-tandem mass spectrometry

APP11-P20-We

Russo

Marina

University Campus Bio-Medico

Italy

Characterization of phenolic compounds in juices, pulps, peels and seeds of seven Italian pomegranate cultivars by means of RP-HPLC/PDA/MS

APP11-P21-We

Long

William

Agilent Technologies

USA

Following the fermentation process of beer by HPLC

APP11-P22-We

Kahoun

David

University of South Bohemia in Ceske Budejovice

Czech Republic

Effect of heat treatment and storage conditions on mead composition

APP11-P23-We

Lee

Dong-Kyu

Seoul National University

Korea

Non-invasive profiling of volatiles using headspace-SPME/GC-MS technique and its application for discriminating the geographical origin of white rice

APP11-P24-We

Kim

Hyung Min

Seoul National University

Korea

Targeted lipidomics using direct infusion-tandem mass spectrometry reveals distinct lysoglycerophospholipids level of rice (Oryza sativa L.) from different origin

APP11-P25-We

Martín

Andrea

Instituto de Química Orgánica General - CSIC

Spain

Evaluation of an enzymatic treatment for the selective fractionation of goat milk carbohydrates prior to high performance liquid chromatographic analysis

APP11-P26-We

Lee

Hyun Sook

Ministry of Food and Drug Safety

Korea

Validation of multi class pesticide multi-residue methods in agricultural commodities by liquid chromatograph coupled with tandem mass spectrometer

APP11-P27-We

Karima

Baudin

PerkinElmer

France

Analysis of mycotoxins in cereal and corn without derivatization via LC-MS/MS with time-managed MRMs

APP11-P28-We

Fanali

Chiara

Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome

Italy

Hazelnut kernel phenolic compounds extraction optimization and characterization by RP-HPLC/PDA/ESI-MS

APP11-P29-We

Schultz

Carola

Shimadzu Europa GmbH

Germany

Investigation of mycotoxins in beverages such as beer with the Mycotoxin Screening System using several cleanup techniques

APP11-P30-We

Ceslova

Lenka

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Determination of phenolic compounds in cereals using HPLC/MS

APP11-P31-We

Pippitt

Jeanine

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Charged aerosol detection for LC analysis of triglycerides in extra-virgin olive oil

APP11-P32-We

Kim

Su Jin

Ewha Womans University

Korea

Screening and discrimination of volatile compounds in fermented coffees using head space – solid-phase microextraction-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (HS-SPME-GC/MS)

APP11-P33-We

García

María Jesús

Instituto de Química Orgánica General - CSIC

Spain

HPLC-MS characterization of bioactive compounds in mentha sp. extracts obtained by microwave assisted extraction

APP11-P34-We

Riering

Helmut

Macherey-Nagel

Germany

Determination of quaternary ammonium salts and veterinary drugs in food

APP11-P35-We

Krmela

Aleš

UCT Prague

Czech Republic

Application of QDa detector for food additives determination

APP11-P36-We

Vaclavikova

Marta

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)

Austria

LC-MS/MS analysis of novel Fusarium mycotoxins in cereals

APP11-P37-We

Jochems

Philipp

Shimadzu Europa GmbH

Germany

Fast analysis of natural and artificial vanilla flavorings computer assisted development of a robust, fast and sensitive UHPLC method

APP11-P38-We

Schmidt

Anatol

BOKU - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna

Austria

Simultaneous determination of pantothenic acid and riboflavin in milk by UHPLC

APP11-P39-We

Lara

Francisco J.

University of Granada

Spain

New method based on salting-out assisted liquid-liquid extraction and capillary liquid chromatography to determine benzimidazoles in milk samples.

APP11-P40-We

Pavón Pérez

Jessy

Concepcion University

Chile

Mass spectrometry detection and quantification of allergenic proteins in Chilean wines

APP11-P41-We

Galarce

Oscar

University of Concepcion

Chile

Application of experimental design for the optimization of a QuEChERS methodology for the extraction of polyphenols in beer

APP11-P42-We

Bauder

Rainer

Thermo Fisher Scientific

USA

Robust LC-MS analysis of pesticides with 1.0 mm ID columns using state of the art UHPLC instrumentation

APP11-P43-We

Favre

Guzmán

Facultad de Agronomía Universidad de la República (UDELAR) Uruguay

Uruguay

Varietal flavonol profiles of Tannat, Marselan and Syrah Vitis vinifera grape skins, wines and marc, determined by an HPLC-MSn system

APP11-P44-We

Ramis-Ramos

Guillermo

University o Valencia

Spain

DNA extraction from olive oil fruit and its use in the identification of cultivar

APP11-P45-We

Mastovska

Katerina

Covance Laboratories

USA

Development and validation of a large multiresidue LC-MS/MS method using on-line dilution and other useful features

APP11-P46-We

Zhou

Shuang

China National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment

China

Sensitive and high throughput determination of deoxynivalenol and its metabolites in human urine by UPLC-MS/MS following μElution SPE cleanup

APP11-P47-We

Nuñez

Oscar

University of Barcelona

Spain

Characterization and classification of spanish paprika with product designation of origin by HPLC-UV and HPLC-amperometric fringerprinting

APP12-P01-We

Fabrowska

Joanna

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

Poland

HPLC as a tool to valorize freshwater green macroalgae from Poland

APP12-P02-We

Lin

Chao-Tian

Chung Shan Medical University

Taiwan

Isolation and identification of major antioxidant compounds of Jamaica Cherry by HPLC and LC-Mass

APP12-P03-We

Taddeo

Vito Alessandro

University G. d'Annunzio

Italy

HPLC-PDA method for the comparison of the extraction methods efficiency of selected prenylated and unprenylated coumarins and cinnamic acids in dill, anise and wild celery.

APP12-P04-We

Vergara

Carola

Universidad de Concepión

Chile

Identification and quantification of lignans in Pinus radiata industry forest waste and its comparison through three extractive techniques.

APP12-P05-We

Wolff

Thiago

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Brazil

On line characterization of flavonoid glycosides in three anti-dengue active Brazilian Faramea species leaves (Rubiaceae) by HPLC-DAD-ESI-CID-MS/MS

APP12-P06-We

Li

Shaoping

University of Macau

Macao

HPLC-Q TOF MS analysis of triterpenes in Ganoderma resinaceum

APP12-P07-We

Kožuszniková

Eliška

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

RP-HPLC analysis of salicylic acid and related metabolic intermediates in willow bark and dietary supplements

APP12-P08-We

Lee

GwangJin

College of Pharmacy, Seoul National University

Korea

An efficient relative quantification method for ginsenosides in ginseng products by evaporative light scattering detector

APP12-P09-We

Boháčová

Iveta

Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University in Bratislava

Slovakia

Development of RP-HPLC for the separation and determination of D-mandelonitrile-β-D genciobiozid epimers in food supplements

APP12-P10-We

Oberle

Anna

Salzburg University of Applied Sciences

Austria

A new challenge - development of a purification method for industrially extracted Mimosa tannin

APP12-P11-We

Massolini

Gabriella

University of Pavia

Italy

Analytical approache for the identification of new ligands of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (ppars) from plant extract.

APP12-P12-We

Pecher

Daniel

Comenius University in Bratislava

Slovakia

A validated HPLC method for separation and simultaneous determination of thirteen flavonoids and other polyphenols

APP12-P13-We

Bílková

Zuzana

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Determination of testosterone and corticosterone in feathers of barn swallows (Hirudo Rustica)

APP12-P14-We

Ganeczko

Monika

University of Warsaw

Poland

Secrets of dyeing fabrics: Blue dye

APP12-P15-We

Pereira

Jorge

CQM - Centro de Química da Madeira, Universidade da Madeira

Portugal

Optimization of the chromatographic analysis of dietary polyphenols obtained by µSPEed extraction of different food matrices

APP13-P01-We

Zhang

Zhuomin

Sun Yat-sen University

China

Rapid and accurate analysis of trace dopamine in mouse striatum by ultrasonic extraction coupling with HPLC-Fluorescence detection

APP13-P02-We

Theurillat

Regula

University of Bern

Switzerland

Monitoring of cefepime in human serum and plasma by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography and liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry

APP13-P03-We

Kolatorova

Lucie

Institute of Endocrinology

Czech Republic

New LC-MS/MS method for determination of plasma bisphenols, parabens and estrogens revealed three times higher levels of bisphenol F than bisphenol A in healthy men

APP13-P04-We

Vitku

Jana

Institute of Endocrinology

Czech Republic

Newly developed LC-MS/MS method for determination of 7β-hydroxy-epiandrosterone revealed its higher concentrations in infertile men

APP13-P05-We

Jenčo

Jaroslav

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové

Czech Republic

Chromatographic analysis of thiamine and its derivatives for routine diagnostics in whole blood

APP13-P06-We

Caslavska

Jitka

University of Bern

Switzerland

Analysis of genetic variants of transferrin in human serum after desialylation by capillary zone electrophoresis and capillary isoelectric focusing

APP13-P07-We

Kučerová

Kateřina

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové

Czech Republic

New UHPLC-MS/MS method for determination of urinary retinol in patients with various diseases

APP13-P08-We

Prugger

Eva-Maria

Joanneum Research

Austria

Development and application of an enzyme activity assay for β-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase using LC-MS and stable isotope labeling

APP13-P09-We

Boehm

Guenter

CTC Analytics AG

Switzerland

A new tool for the automated sample preparation of whole blood samples by LC-MS using a commercial autosampler

APP13-P10-We

Vidova

Veronika

Research Center for Toxic Compounds in the Environment, Faculty of Science, Masa

Czech Republic

Comparative quantification of inflammation proteins in dried blood samples and serum using selected reaction monitoring mass spectrometry and immunonephelometry

APP13-P11-We

Javorska

Lenka

Charles University, Faculty of Pharmacy

Czech Republic

The optimal separation of very polar small molecules using UHPLC–MS/MS: Comparison of various stationary phases and its possible application for clinical research

APP13-P12-We

Choi

Man-Ho

KIST

Korea

Metabolic signatures of adrenal steroids from saliva and serum using LC-MS/MS with the polarity switching

APP13-P13-We

Locatelli

Marcello

University "G. D'Annunzio" of Chieti-Pescara

Italy

Simultaneous determination of gemcitabine hydrochloride and irinotecan hydrochloride in rat plasma by high performance liquid chromatography-diode array detector

APP13-P14-We

Kahler

Ty

Restek Corporation

USA

The Analysis of C3-Epimers of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D in Serum by LC/MS/MS

APP13-P15-We

Yang

Mihi

Sookmyung Women's University

Korea

Individual variations in urinary caffeine levels and coffee response among middle age women

APP13-P16-We

Keck

Daniel

Nacalai Tesque, Inc.

Japan

Identifying vitamins D2/D3 and their 25-OH metabolites and C3 epimers in a single LC-MS run

APP13-P17-We

Nixdorf

Suzana

Universidade Estadual de Londrina

Brazil

Development of a simplified HPLC method for multiresidual determination of carbamate and organophosphorus in blood and liver of companion animals

APP14-P01-We

Ding

Wang-Hsien

National Central University

Taiwan

Rapid screening of parabens in human urine samples by ultrasound-assisted liquid-liquid microextraction and isotope dilution UHPLC-QTOF-MS

APP14-P02-We

Wen

Bei

No. 18, Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China

China

Determination of perfluoroalkyl acid isomers in soils, plants and earthworms collected from biosolids-amended fields using UPLC-MS/MS

APP14-P03-We

Luo

Lei

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, The Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

Molecular-scale investigation on adsorption of dissolved biochar on soil

APP14-P04-We

Eckey

Kevin

University of Muenster

Germany

Degradation products of sulfamethoxazole after treatment with chlorine dioxide

APP14-P05-We

Ke

Gao

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

A fully automatic and accurate method for simultaneous determination of 38 per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in human serum.

APP14-P06-We

Böttcher

Juliane

KNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH

Germany

Sensitive online SPE determination of bisphenol A in water samples.

APP14-P07-We

Vega-Moreno

Daura

Universidad de Las Palmas GC (ULPGC)

Spain

On-line miniaturized solid phase extraction (mSPE) for organic pollutant determination at seawater samples

APP14-P08-We

Buchberger

Wolfgang

Johannes-Kepler-University Linz

Austria

Residue analysis of pharmaceuticals in plants

APP14-P09-We

Jin

Micong

Ningbo Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 31

China

Ionic liquid modified metal-organic framework composite as dSPE material and LC-MS/MS for determination of glyphosate, bialaphos and thier metabolins in environmental water

APP14-P10-We

Kulhanek

Jaromir

Contipro a.s.

Czech Republic

Determination of the degree of substitution of hydrophobized hyaluronan by gas chromatography

APP14-P11-We

Sadílek

Jan

Masaryk university

Czech Republic

The study of 17β-estradiol and 17α-ethynylestradiol sorption behavior in water-sediment system using QuEChERS

APP14-P12-We

Van Den Steen

Katleen

Water-link

Belgium

Optimization and validation of a UPLC -MS/MS using Unispray for the quantification of pesticide metabolites in surface, ground and drinking waters.

APP14-P13-We

Joos

Pieter

water-link

Belgium

Screening methodology for the determination of unknowns in drinking, surface and waste waters

APP14-P14-We

Daems

Jo

Water-link

Belgium

Comparison of different interfaces in LC-MS/MS in the determination of glyphosate and AMPA

APP14-P15-We

Oertel

Reinhard

GWT TU Dresden

Germany

Development and validation of a hydrophilic interaction LC-MS/MS method for the quantification of the antidiabetic drug metformin and six others pharmaceuticals in wastewater

APP14-P16-We

Tao

Wuqun

Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

Screening of soil and fish contamination with dechlorane-related flame retardants in Guiyu: The largest E-waste recycling city in China

APP14-P17-We

Meadows

Ken

Thermo Fisher Scientific

United Kingdom

UHPLC optimization for food and beverage additive analysis

APP14-P18-We

Fojtíková

Pavla

Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia

Czech Republic

Determination of amino acids in ensiled grass press juice using LC-MS/MS

APP14-P19-We

Bisi

Ariovaldo

PerkinElmer Italia SpA

Italy

Quantitation of pharmaceutical and personal care products in water using a laminar flow tandem mass spectrometer

APP14-P20-We

Jaša

Libor

Masaryk university

Czech Republic

Optimization of sample preparation techniques for isolation of cyanopeptides (anabaenopeptin, microginins) from cyanobacterial biomass sampled in the Czech Republic

APP14-P21-We

Kacsó

Tímea

University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Iuliu Hatieganu"

Romania

Capillary gel electrophoretic analysis for the degradation study of nanodispersed zein as pesticide delivery system

APP14-P22-We

Kitanovski

Zoran

Max Planck Institute for Chemistry

Germany

Disk-based solid-phase extraction method for determination of nitrated phenolic compounds in rainwater and snow in the low ng/L-range

APP14-P23-We

Amin

Christophe

Institut National D'hygiene Publique

Côte d'Ivoire

Multiresidues pesticides search and determination in Sassandra River

APP14-P24-We

Zapletalová

Martina

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Determination of red clover-derived isoflavones in the rumen fluid by HPLC-DAD/FLD

APP14-P25-We

Landová

Pavlína

Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry

Czech Republic

Method development for the analysis of basic pharmaceuticals in wastewaters using SPE and HILIC-MS/MS

APP14-P26-We

Vega-Moreno

Daura

Universidad de Las Palmas GC (ULPGC)

Spain

Analysis of PAH adsorpted over marine microplastics surface by HPLC with fluorescence detection

APP14-P27-We

Švestková

Tereza

Brno University of Technology

Czech Republic

Removal of pharmaceuticals by advanced oxidation processes

YOU1-SO1-Mo
YOU1-P01-Mo

Gerhardt

Renata

University of Leipzig

Germany

Chip-based HPLC with an integrated droplet interface for surface enhanced Raman detection

YOU1-SO2-Mo
YOU1-P02-Mo

Fornells

Elisenda

University of Tasmania

Australia

Membrane Evaporative Interface for LCxLC

YOU1-SO3-Mo
YOU1-P03-Mo

Nielsen

Nikoline Juul

University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Increasing Flexibility in Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography by Pulsed Elution of the First Dimension (Pulsed-elution 2D-LC).

YOU1-SO4-Mo
YOU1-P04-Mo

Heo

Jun

MSD

USA

Two-dimentional LC for analysis of monoclonal antibody during bioprocess development

YOU2-SO1-Mo
YOU2-P01-Mo

Deridder

Sander

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Belgium

Numerical study of the thermal conductivity of columns packed with fully porous and superficially porous particles

YOU2-SO2-Mo
YOU2-P02-Mo

Krzemińska

Katarzyna

Nicolaus Copernicus University

Poland

Dual retention mechanism on stationary phases with embedded polar group

YOU2-SO3-Mo
YOU2-P03-Mo

Nguyen

Khac-Long

Inpact group

France

Transport of molecules of different sizes through monolithic, core-shell and porous silica columns. Effect of porous silica architecture

YOU2-SO4-Mo
YOU2-P04-Mo

Bocian

Szymon

Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń

Poland

Solvation processes in liquid chromatography - the importance and measurement

YOU3-SO1-Mo
YOU3-P01-Mo

Kecskemeti

Adam

University of Debrecen

Hungary

Characterization of a poly(dimethylsiloxane) microfluidic chip containing immobilized trypsin for rapid protein digestion

YOU3-SO3-Mo
YOU3-P03-Mo

Yu

Peng

Technische Universität München

Germany

Trinity P1 mixed mode chromatography enables mass spectrometry compatible orthogonal peptide separation to reversed phase

YOU3-SO4-Mo
YOU3-P04-Mo

Solovyeva

Elizaveta

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Russian Federation

Predictive chromatography of peptides for optimized fractionation in bottom-up proteomics

YOU4-SO1-Mo
YOU4-P01-Mo

Quigley

Andrew

Waterford Institute of Technology

Ireland

Determination of selected fat soluble vitamins from bovine milk using dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction coupled with HPLC-UV equipped with a core-shell column.

YOU4-SO2-Mo
YOU4-P02-Mo

Tengattini

Sara

University of Pavia

Italy

Development of an HPLC bioreactor based on immobilized enterokinase for the cleavage of fusion proteins

YOU4-SO3-Mo
YOU4-P03-Mo

Raetz

Michel

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Automated Robotic Sample Preparation for Metabolomics with Hyphenation to LC-SWATH/MS Acquisition for Plasma and Liver Samples

YOU4-SO4-Mo
YOU4-P04-Mo

Vargas Medina

Deyber Arley

doctoral Student

Brazil

Easy and cheap apparatus for the off-line automatization of miniaturized sample preparation techniques

YOU5-SO1-Tu
YOU5-P01-Mo

Rigano

Francesca

Chromaleont S.r.L.

Italy

Use of a novel linear retention index system as identification tool in liquid chromatography: applications in lipidomics

YOU5-SO2-Tu
YOU5-P02-Mo

Rampler

Evelyn

Analytical chemistry

Austria

Simultaneous non-polar and polar lipid analysis by complementary online two-dimensional liquid chromatography and high resolution mass spectrometry

YOU5-SO3-Tu
YOU5-P03-Mo

Roberg-Larsen

Hanne

University of Oslo

Norway

Oxysterols in cancer

YOU5-SO4-Tu
YOU5-P04-Mo

Causon

Tim

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU Vienna)

Austria

Increasing Peak Capacity and Selectivity of LC-MS by Incorporation of Low-field Drift-Tube Ion Mobility Separation

YOU6-SO1-Tu
YOU6-P01-Mo

Hegade

Ravindra

Ghent University, Belgium

Belgium

Stationary phase optimized selectivity chiral liquid chromatography (SOS-CLC) as a novel perspective for the separation of stereoisomers.

YOU6-SO2-Tu
YOU6-P02-Mo

Hejniak

Judyta

Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry

Poland

Flavanones enantioseparation by LC-ESI-MS/MS and its application

YOU6-SO3-Tu
YOU6-P03-Mo

Skoczylas

Magdalena

Nicolaus Copernicus University

Poland

Multi-parametric characterization of amino acids- and peptide-silica stationary phases – a column selection for separation targets

YOU6-SO4-Tu
YOU6-P04-Mo

Jarosova

Romana

Michigan State University

USA

Nitrogen-Incorporated Tetrahedral Amorphous Carbon Thin-Films – A New Electrode for the HPLC-EC of Biological and Environmental Analytes

YOU7-SO1-Tu
YOU7-P01-Mo

Paul

David

PhD Student

India

Pharmacokinetics and brain uptake study of novel AMPA receptor antagonist perampanel in Sprague Dawely rats using a validated UHPLC-QTOF-MS method

YOU7-SO2-Tu
YOU7-P02-Mo

Venter

Pieter

University of Stellenbosch

South Africa

Analysis of chestnut tannins by reversed phase- and hydrophilic interaction chromatography coupled to ion mobility and high resolution mass spectrometry

YOU7-SO3-Tu
YOU7-P03-Mo

Reyes Garces

Nathaly

University of Waterloo

Canada

Solid phase microextraction and liquid chromatography coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry: a powerful platform for in vivo brain metabolomics studies

YOU7-SO4-Tu
YOU7-P04-Mo

Boggs

Ashley

National Institute of Standards and Technology

USA

Measuring steroid profiles in whale blubber by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry

YOU8-SO1-Tu
YOU8-P01-Mo

Farcas

Elena

University of Liège

Belgium

Optimisation of an electrophoretic approach for the screening and the development of new antithrombotic drugs

YOU8-SO2-Tu
YOU8-P02-Mo

Jooß

Kevin

Aalen University of Applied Sciences

Germany

Two-dimensional capillary zone electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry for the characterization of monoclonal antibody charge variants on the intact level

YOU8-SO3-Tu
YOU8-P03-Mo

Varga

Erzsébet

Cyclolab KFT.

Hungary

Single-isomer cyclodextrin derivatives in chiral capillary electrophoresis: the past, the present and the future

YOU8-SO4-Tu
YOU8-P04-Mo

Gregus

Michal

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry as a novel technique in analysis of cholesterol and its metabolites

YOU9-SO1-We
YOU9-P01-Tu

Fresco

Beatriz

University of Córdoba

Spain

Macroscopic three dimensional carbon nanohorns monolith for (micro)solid-phase extraction of volatile organic compounds

YOU9-SO2-We
YOU9-P02-Tu

Zatirakha

Alexandra

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Russian Federation

Preparation and analytical application of novel anion-exchangers for ion chromatography with improved selectivity toward organic acids

YOU9-SO3-We
YOU9-P03-Tu

Peters

Benjamin

Merck

Germany

Variation of parameters influencing the immobilization of ligands onto epoxy-modified silica monoliths

YOU9-SO4-We
YOU9-P04-Tu

Komendová

Martina

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

Development of monolithic capillary column with an integrated electrochemical detector for the determination of dopamine in urine

YOU10-SO1-We
YOU10-P01-Tu

Zoccali

Mariosimone

Chromaleont srl

Italy

Online supercritical fluid extraction-supercritical fluid chromatography-mass spectrometry for carotenoids determination in red habanero peppers

YOU10-SO2-We
YOU10-P02-Tu

Nagai

Kanji

DAICEL Corporation

Japan

Development of novel poly(vinylpyridine)-based SFC columns and their applications

YOU10-SO3-We
YOU10-P03-Tu

Desfontaine

Vincent

University of Geneva

Switzerland

Influence of sample injection solvent on peak shape for the analysis of pharmaceutical compounds in SFC

YOU10-SO4-We
YOU10-P04-Tu

Khalikova

Maria

University of Pardubice

Czech Republic

UHPSFC/ESI-MS Lipidomic Analysis of Tissues and Plasma from Kidney Cancer Patients

YOU11-SO1-We
YOU11-P01-Tu

Choi

Lai-Sheung

The Hong Kong Jockey Club

Hong Kong

Metabolic study of methylstenbolone in horses

YOU11-SO2-We
YOU11-P02-Tu

Ayre

Anita

Dr. L. H. Hiranandani College of Pharmacy

India

Analytical Quality by Design-A methodical approach for the quantitative estimation of teriflunomide from human plasma

YOU11-SO3-We
YOU11-P03-Tu

Lemasson

Elise

ICOA

France

Exploring mixed-mode HPLC as an alternative to reversed phase HPLC for impurity profiling of drug candidates

YOU11-SO4-We
YOU11-P04-Tu

Joshi

Nilesh

Syngene Amgen Research Center

India

A Normal Phase Chiral HPLC Method for the Separation of Eight Isomers of Core + Ome

YOU13-SO1-Th
YOU13-P01-Tu

Ferey

Justine

ICOA

France

Exploration by UHPLC-HRMS of the enzymatic phosphorylation of pyrimidine nucleosides

YOU13-SO2-Th
YOU13-P02-Tu

Wen

Yabin

Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) UTAS

Australia

Retention prediction in reversed phase HPLC using quantitative structure-retention relationships applied to the Hydrophobic Subtraction Model

YOU13-SO3-Th
YOU13-P03-Tu

Mert Ozupek

Nazli

Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences

Turkey

Artificial neural network in the prediction of gradient retention times for rebaudioside A in liquid chromatography

YOU13-SO4-Th
YOU13-P04-Tu

Slimani

Kahina

Anses

France

Development and validation of an analytical residues method of the Aminopropyldodecylpropanediamine biocide disinfectant in dairy products by LC-MS/MS

YOU14-SO1-Th
YOU14-P01-Tu

Nagler

Joachim

Helmholtz Center Munich

Germany

Systems for detection of monoamines in tissues beyond brain

YOU14-SO2-Th
YOU14-P02-Tu

Spáčil

Zdeněk

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

Discovery and quantification of metabolic markers attributed to the activity of intestinal microbiota

YOU14-SO3-Th
YOU14-P03-Tu

Priecina

Liga

Latvia University of Agriculture

Latvia

Bioactive compounds of steam-blanched and differently dried onions

YOU14-SO4-Th
YOU14-P04-Tu

Liu

Wan-Ling

Chung Yuan Christian University

Taiwan

Determination of phenolic acids using activated carbon-polymer extraction column

 
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