Advances in Food Analysis: A Virtual Symposium

Webcasts

Webinar Dates/Times: Tuesday December 6th, 2022 Morning session: 1:00pm GMT -3:30pm GMT Afternoon session: 3:30pm GMT- 4:00pm GMT Wednesday, December 7th, 2022 Morning session: 1:00pm GMT -3:00pm GMT Afternoon session: 3:30pm GMT- 4:00pm GMT

Learn about the latest cutting-edge advances using GC in food analysis in the “real world”

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/foodanalysis

Day 1

Event Overview:

Food analysis plays a pivotal role in society, and separation scientists are at the heart of developing innovative ways to investigate the foods we eat. In the first session, on Day 1 leading separation scientists will explain how they apply theory and the latest advances in gas chromatography (GC) technology to solve the very difficult challenges that food analysts face. The second session on Day 1 will involve presentations from leading GC vendors involved in food analysis, illustrating how their technologies solve problems and achieve results in practice.

Key Learning Objectives:

Find out about the latest cutting-edge advances in food analysis
• Discover how GCxGC is being used in MOH analysis
• What role could 3D- and 4D-LC play in food analysis in the future?
• How can low-pressure GC help you to achieve better results faster?
• The sweet smell of sensomics
• Headspace solid-phase microextraction coupled with GC–MS to characterize Greek olive oil products

Day 2

Event Overview:

Food analysis plays a pivotal role in society, and separation scientists are at the heart of developing innovative ways to investigate the foods we eat. Liquid chromatography is central to this endeavor. In the first session of Day 2, leading separation scientists who are experts in LC will explain how they apply theory and the latest advances in technology to solve the very difficult challenges that food analysts face. The second session on Day 2 will involve presentations from leading liquid chromatography companies involved in food analysis, illustrating how their technologies solve problems and achieve results in practice.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Find out about the latest cutting-edge advances in food analysis using LC
  • Discover the importance of 2D-LC in practice
  • Learn how to master matrix effects for reliable quantification in mycotoxin analysis
  • The ingenuity of "targeted" LC–MS/MS analysis for mechanically separated meat products
  • The latest advances in PFAS analysis

Speakers:

Steven J. Lehotay
Lead Scientist
USDA Agricultural
Research Service, Eastern
Regional Research Center,
Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania,
USA

Artemis Lioupi
PhD Candidate
Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry,
School of Chemistry, Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki,
Thessaloniki, Greece;
Biomic AUTh, Center for
Interdisciplinary Research
and Innovation (CIRI-AUTH), Balkan Center,
Thessaloniki-Thermi,
Thessaloniki, Greece;
FoodOmicsGR Research
Infrastructure, AUTh
Node, Center for
Interdisciplinary Research
and Innovation (CIRI-AUTH),
Balkan Center,
Thessaloniki-Thermi,
Thessaloniki, Greece

Peter Q. Tranchida
Associate Professor in
Food Chemistry
Department of Chemical,
Biological, Pharmaceutical
and Environmental Sciences, University of
Messina, Messina, Italy

Chiara Emilia Cordero
Full Professor of Food
Chemistry
Dipartimento di Scienza e
Tecnologia del Farmaco,
University of Turin, Italy

Andrea Hochegger
Postdoctoral Researcher
Institute of Analytical
Chemistry and Food
Chemistry, TU Graz,
Austria

Michael Sulyok
Senior Researcher,
University of Natural
Resources and Life
Sciences, Vienna,
Department of
Agrobiotechnology (IFA-Tulln),
Institute of
Bioanalyticals and Agro-Metabolomics

Stefan Wittke
Head of Laboratory
(Marine) biotechnology,
University of Applied Sciences
Bremerhaven, Bremerhaven, Germany

Stefan van Leeuwen
Analytical Chemist
Wageningen Food Safety
Research, WUR,
Wageningen, The Netherlands

Francesco Cacciola
Associate Professor of
Food Chemistry
Dipartimento di Scienze
Biomediche,
Odontoiatriche e delle
Imaggini Morfologiche e
Funzionali, University of Messina,
Messina, Italy

Alicia D. Stell
Product Manager, Organic
Solutions Division
CEM Corporation

Don Shelly
Consultant
Don Shelly Consulting,
LLC

Times and Dates:

Tuesday December 6th, 2022
Morning session: 1:00pm GMT -3:30pm GMT
Afternoon session: 3:30pm GMT- 4:00pm GMT

Wednesday, December 7th, 2022
Morning session: 1:00pm GMT -3:00pm GMT
Afternoon session: 3:30pm GMT- 4:00pm GMT

Sponsor:

CEM Corporation

UCT

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/foodanalysis