Free Sunrise Tutorials


Free “Sunrise Tutorials” will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings from 8:00 to 8:50 am, with two parallel talks each morning. The tutorial track is part of the educational mission of HPLC 2022. Experts are asked to give presentations on a topic with more background than might be found in a typical 20-minute talk. The goal is to make the topic more accessible to those less expert in the area. In some cases, discussion and other interactive activities may be used. (Open to all conferees, first-come seating).

The topics and times of the tutorial sessions are as listed below.

Tuesday, June 21, 8;00–8:50 am

"Introduction to Untargeted LC-MS Analysis"

Tiffany Liden, The University of Texas at Arlington

Palm Rooms 1-2-3

“LC/MS Strategies for Top-down Proteomics"

Eli Larson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Palm Rooms 4-5-6

Wednesday, June 22, 8;00–8:50 am

"Making Sense of Proteomics Data in Biological Context: Data Analysis for Proteomics"

Christian G. Huber, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria

Palm Rooms 1-2-3

“Introduction to Supercritical Fluid Chromatography"

Blair K. Berger, The University of Texas at Arlington
Palm Rooms 4-5-6

Thursday, June 23, 8;00–8:50 am

"Isocratic and Gradient HPLC Method Development"

Jiri Urban, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Palm Rooms 1-2-3

“Advanced Signal Processing Toolbox for Separation Scientists"

M. Farooq Wahab, University of Texas at Arlington

Palm Rooms 4-5-6

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