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VENDOR SEMINARS



 

Tuesday May 20, 2014
     

15.45-16.45

PERKINELMER, INC.: (room 1000)

 - The AxION iQT GC/MS/MS as a Gas Chromatography Detector: Identification, Quantification and Technovation.

 - Speaker: Ruben Garnica

 - A HS-Trap/GC/MS/O-Port System for Aroma Characterization of Food, Fragrances and Beverages

 - Speaker: Andy Tipler

  

 

15.45-16.45

SIGMA-ALDRICH/SUPELCO: (room 300)

- New Developments in GC, HPLC and Sample Prep at Supelco

- Speaker: Len Sidisky, R&D Manager (Gas Separations), Sigma-Aldrich/Supelco, Bellefonte, PA, USA

- Incorporating Ionic Liquid Phases into GC and GCxGc Methods

- Speaker: Prof. Philip Marriott, Associate Head (Postgraduate) School of Chemistry, Monash University, Deputy Director of Australia Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS), Clayton, Victoria, Australia

 

 

15.45-16.45

PEAK SCIENTIFIC: (room 100)

 - What helium crisis? Why change from helium to hydrogen or nitrogen for GC carrier gas?

 - Speaker: Ed Connor

 

 
15.45-16.45

JASCO: (room Belvedere)

- JASCO Corporation, since 1958 providing excellence in Spectroscopy and Chromatography – Recent Improvements

- Speaker: Massimo Cazzaniga

 

18.30-20.00

 AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES Users meeting (room 100) to book click here

 

Wednesday May 21, 2014
     

10.45-11.45

10.45

 

 

11.05

 

 

11.25

AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES: (room 1000) to book click here

 - Better Connections with Agilent

 - Speaker: Kenneth Lynam R&D/Applications Chemist. Agilent Technologies

 - Experiences with the Agilent 7200 GC-QTOF: Another giant leap in hyphenation?

 - Speaker: Frank David R&D Director. Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk. Belgium

 Multi-Residue Screening of Surface Water Samples for Organic Contaminants using a GC/MS based analyzer and MassHunter Target Deconvolution

- Speaker: Chris Sandy GC-MS Product Specialist UK & Ireland. Agilent Technologies, UK

 

 

10.45-11.45

DANI: (room 300)

- DANI Master COMBI: when leading GC sampling techniques meet the best-in-class robotic sample preparation platform for upmost versatility and productivity

- Speaker: Daniela Cavagnino -  DANI Instruments

- High Speed GC-TOFMS mated to combine consistent analytical information to high sample throughput. An appealing solution for Drugs Screening in biological samples  

- Speaker: Ilaria Ferrante - DANI Instruments

 - AroChemBase Software: discover the smarter tool for chemicals and odors characterization for gas chromatography.  The unique and comprehensive database for quantification and quality control

- Speaker: Sylvain Morel - AlphaMos

 

 

10.45-11.45

ZOEX: (room 100) to book send email to: info@Zoex.eu

- Advances in GCXGC hardware and software

- Speakers: Dr. Ed Ledford Zoex Inc., Dr. Steve Reichenbach GC Image LLC., Bryan White JSB UK Ltd

 

 

11.45-12.45

WATERS (room 1000) to book click here

Innovative Analytical Tools for Screening and Ultra Trace Multi Residue Analysis

IIntroduction: Davy Petit

APGC/MS/MS Techonology: Real Sensitivity for Analysis of Contaminants in Food

 Presenter: Emiliano De Dominicis

 - Noticeable sensitivity improvement by application of a microfluidic device with MS for the screening of pesticide residues in food analysis

 Presenter: Sara Stead

 - Ultra Performance Convergence Chromatography (UPC²): an Orthogonal Tool for Your Laboratory

 Presenter: Isabelle François

 

 

11.45-12.45

MARKES International (room 300) 

- Select-eV: Increasing dimensionality of GCxGC-TOFM

- Speaker: Laura McGregor

- Enhanced aroma profiling of wine by GC-TOFMS

- Speaker: Luca Calamai

 

 

11.45-12.45

F-DGS (room 100) 

FDG-s Gas generator: a smart and cost effective alternative for producing high purity gases

Speaker: Fabienne Palge, CEO  F-DGSi 

The Use of Hydrogen generator for GCMS: evaluation through high throughput sludge analysis:

Speaker: David Benanou, Veolia Environment Research & Innovation

 

 

15.45-16.45

SHIMADZU: (room 1000) to book click here

Smart'n Powerful tools for comprehensive analysis

New Smart Technologies for Enhance GC-MS/MS Productivity, Operation and Performance

Speaker: Haruhiko Miyakawa

ChromSquare - Power of GCxGC-MS Analysis with Ease of Data Handling

Speaker: Megumi Hirooka 

Double-oven comprehensive 2D GC combined with a rapid triple-quadrupole mass spectrometer

Speaker: Dr. Franchina Flavio Antonio

Novel powerful MS strategies in comprehensive 2D LC 

Speaker: Dr. Paola Donato, University Campus Bio-Medico, Rome, Italy

 

 

15.45-16.45

GERSTEL (room 300)

 - Sequential Dynamic Headspace Sampling incorporating a Multi-Volatile Method (MVM) for Aroma Analysis of Beverages

Speaker: Andreas Hoffmann, Gerstel GmbH & Co.KG, Mülheim, Germany

Automated Sample Preparation to Increase Lab Productivity

Speaker: Frank David, Research Institute for Chromatography, Kortrijk, Belgium

 

 

15.45-16.45

e-PREP (room 100)

- Why is Sample Preparation still the Weak Link? Automated Integrated Sample Preparation through to the MS A New More Powerful SPE Approach

Speaker: Peter Dawes

 

  

Thursday May 22, 2014
     

10.45-11.45

THERMO SCIENTIFIC: (room 1000) to book click here

Expect MORE productivity from your GC/GCMS(MS) with MORE confidence

Optimum use and selection Carrier gas (15 min)

- How to reduce Helium consumption

- Alternative for Helium use

Speaker: Fausto Pigozzo      

Fast Method Development using AutoSRM and SIM (15 min)

- Process flow for method development

Example for Pesticide application

Speaker: Inge Dobbeleer

Chromeleon goes MS, One software platform for LC and GC (15 min)

Introduction to Chromeleon

Life demo for Routine analyses

- Reporting

Speaker: Frank Tontala

 

 

10.45-11.45

BRECHBHULER: (room 300)

Niche GC ancillary products and other interesting techniques 

Speaker: Philippe Mottay

 

 

10.45-11.45

JEOL: (room 100)

- Opening remarks

- Speaker: Dr. Robert Hertsens

- SPME-GCxGC-HRTOFMS for the investigation of complex       VOC mixtures

- Speaker: Prof. Jean-Francois Focant

- Analysis of electronics waste by GC×GC combined with high-resolution mass spectrometry: Using exact mass information to explore the data

- Speaker: Dr. Zhanpin WU, Zoex Inc.

- JEOL GC-HRTOFMS and its application

- Speaker: Junichi Osuga

- Closing Remarks

- Speaker: Dr. Robert Hertsens

 

 

15.45-16.45

RESTEK (room 1000)

- Shoot and Dilute GC – A Method to Keep GC Systems Up Longer

- Speaker: Jack Cochran

 - Latest Developments on Stationary Phases and Tools for Gas Chromatography: Using Adsorbents, Liquid Phases, and Databases to Optimize Separations

- Speaker: Jaap de Zeeuw

 

 

15.45-16.45

LECO (room 300) to book click here

 - Detection of adulterated natural food aroma byenantioselective GCxGC-TOFMS

 - Speaker: Dr. Stefan Bieri, Official Food and Veterinary Control Authority of Geneva, Switzerland (SCAV)

 - Use of high-resolution ToF MS in GC-based food analysis

- Speaker: Mrs. Simona Salivo, University of Messina, Italy

 

 

15.45-16.45

BRUKER (room 100) to book click here

- Hydrogen as GC & GC-MS carrier gas – Safe conversion of existing methods in helium mode to hydrogen (Advantages & Challenges)

- Speaker: Meredith Conoley – Bruker Chemical & Applied Markets

- Compass CDS Software – The n°1 Petrochem analysis software.

- Speaker: Peter Maier – Bruker Chemical & Applied Markets

 

 
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