HPLC 2015 Monday Afternoon Sessions

HPLC 2015 Monday Afternoon Sessions


Session 07: Georges Guiochon

Room 1, Level 1

14:15 - Attila Felinger: Mass Transfer in HPLC – A Molecular Approach

14:45 - Alberto Cavazzini: Considerations on the Kinetic Performance of Columns Packed with New 1.9 μm Fully Porous Particles of Narrow Particle Size Distribution

15:15 - Torgny Fornstedt: Visualization and Explaining Serious Deformations in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography Due to the Very Injection Principle

Session 08: Mass Spectrometry

Room 2, Level 0

14:15 - Bernd Bodenmiller: Highly Multiplexed Tissue Imaging with Subcellular Resolution by CyTOF Mass Cytometry

14:30 - Christian Lanshoeft: High-Throughput Quantitative Analysis of Small Molecules in Clinical Samples Using Laser Diode Thermal Desorption Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LDTD–MS–MS)

14:50 - Robert Plumb: Development of a High Throughput Integrated, Multi-Disciplinary “Omics” Platform to Support Basic Research into Disease Understanding and Patient Stratification

15:10 - Thomas Letzel: RPLC–HILIC vs. SFC – Novel Screening Techniques with Strongly Extended Polarity

Session 09: Microfluidics

Room 3 + 4, Level 0

14:15 - Brendon Seale: Front-End Sample Processing for Separations and Mass Spectrometry Using Digital Microfluidics

14:30 - Will Black: Utilizing Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis-Electrospray Ionization for Hydrogen Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry

14:50 - Bifeng Liu: Single Cell Omic Analysis by Micofluidic-Coupled Electrophoresis

15:10 - Margaryta Ianovska: Development of Small-Volume, Microfluidic Chaotic Mixers for Application in Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography

Tutorial 02

Room 5 + 6, Level 3

14:45 - Frank Steiner and Thorsten Teutenberg: The Role of Temperature in HPLC from Speed Increase and Selectivity Tuning to Greener Chromatography and Special Detection Far Beyond 100 °C


Session 10: Georges Guiochon

Room 1, Level 1

16:45 - Fabrice Gritti: The Relative Importance of the Adsorption and Partitioning Mechanisms in Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography

17:00 - Kanji Miyabe: Chromatographic Capillary Electrophoresis (CCE): A Strategy for Analyzing Equilibrium and Kinetic Characteristics of Intermolecular Interaction

17:20 - Michel Martin: The Impact of Viscous Fingering in Preparative Liquid Chromatography

17:40 - Abhijit Tarafder: Fundamental Difference in Method-Transfer Between HPLC and SFC and its Solution

Session 11: Hyphenation

Room 2, Level 0

16:45 - Marja-Liisa Riekola: Potential of Tailor-Made Materials for Air Sampling and for Challenging Biomolecule Isolation by Exploiting Miniaturized Extraction Systems

17:00 - Jorg Roscher: Photochemical Transformation of Contaminants in the Aqueous Environment – Identification of Occurring Products by means of LC-MS

17:20 - Rui Zhao: Develop On-line SCF–SPE–LC–FTICR MS Platform for Sensitive Analysis of Soil Organic Materials (SOM)

17:40 - Meritxell Navarro Reig: Untargeted HPLC–HRMS Metabonomics for Studying the Effects of Cadmium and Copper Exposure in Japanese rice (Oryza sativa japonica)

Session 12: Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

Room 3 + 4, Level 0

16:45 - Frederic Lynen: Development of Hydrogenated Synthetic Diamond Particles and of Novel Cyclic Organosilane Based Materials for Ultra-High Temperature HPLC and SFC

17:00 - Tomas Leek: Determining the Unknown Knowns in Fragment Libraries by SFC–MS

17:20 - Lucie Novakova: Evaluation of Enantioselectivity Differences of Polysaccharide Stationary Phases in SFC Chiral Separations

17:40 - Robert Buco: Fully Automated On-line Supercritical Fluid Extraction and SFC–MS

Tutorial 03

Room 5 + 6

17:15 - Gabriel Vivó-Truyols: Data Analysis in Chromatography: The Old Battle of Bayesian vs. Frequentist Revisited