Monday Tutorial Sessions

July 30, 2018

The tutorial sessions at HPLC 2018 are part of the conference’s educational mission. The sessions consist of presentations given by experts on various topics, with more background provided than might be presented in a typical 20-minute talk.

The tutorial sessions at HPLC 2018 are part of the conference’s educational mission. The sessions consist of presentations given by experts on various topics, with more background provided than might be presented in a typical 20-minute talk. The goal of these free sessions is to make the topics more accessible to less-experienced users. In some cases, discussion and other interactive activities may be incorporated into the session. The sessions are open to all conferees, with seating available on a first-come basis.

Monday’s 45-minute tutorial sessions cover topics ranging from challenges for separation science and mass spectrometry in the characterization of biotherapeutic proteins to the use of monolithic LC columns.

The first session (Session 2D) will be presented at 8:55 a.m. by Christian G. Huber of the University of Salzburg and is titled “Molecular Characterization of Biotherapeutic Proteins: Concepts and Challenges for Separation Science and Mass Spectrometry.”

The second session (Session 3D), titled “Analytical Challenges in the Development and Implementation of Continuous Manufacturing Processes,” will be presented by Todd Maloney of Eli Lilly and Company. The session will begin at 11:15 a.m.

The third session (Session 4D), “Chiral Separations,” is scheduled to begin at 1:55 pm. It will be presented by Christopher J. Welch of the Indiana Consortium for Analytical Science and Engineering.

The final tutorial session of the day (Session 5D) will begin at 4:55 pm and is titled “Prospects of Monolithic Columns for LC in the Era of Sub 2-Micrometer Particles.” This session will be presented by Frantisek Svec of Charles University.