Tuesday's Csaba Horváth Nominee Sessions

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The Csaba Horváth award was created to honor its namesake and recognize his contributions to high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), including his interest in fostering the careers of young scientists in separation science and engineering. The award is a cash grant and a trophy engraved with the winner's name. The winner is also invited to give an oral presentation at HPLC 2013. There are 10 nominees this year, each giving presentations throughout the duration of the conference. The Csaba Horváth award will be presented on Thursday. Here is a brief description of the four sessions today that include award nominees.

The Csaba Horváth award was created to honor its namesake and recognize his contributions to high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), including his interest in fostering the careers of young scientists in separation science and engineering. The award is a cash grant and a trophy engraved with the winner’s name. The winner is also invited to give an oral presentation at HPLC 2013. There are 10 nominees this year, each giving presentations throughout the duration of the conference. The Csaba Horváth award will be presented on Thursday. Here is a brief description of the four sessions today that include award nominees.

In the morning session titled “Monoliths I”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Ivo Nischang of Johannes Kepler University in Leonding, Austria will present a paper, “Impact of Morphology and Gel Porosity on the Performance of Porous Polymer Monoliths.” The session will be chaired by fellow award nominee Dario Arrua, ACROSS, University of Tasmania, and Kazuki Nakanishi, Kyoto University. Nischang’s presentation is scheduled from 11:00–11:20 a.m. in Grand Ballroom A–E.

In the morning session titled “Omics I”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Jonathan Bones of The Barnett Institute at Northeasten University in Boston, Massachusetts will present a paper, “Comprehensive Characterization of N-Linked Oligosaccharides Using Fluoride Mediated Negative Ion LC–MS.” The session will be chaired by Michael Laemmerhofer of the University of Tuebingen and fellow award nominee Jennifer Rea of Genentech, A Member of the Roche Group. Bones’ presentation is scheduled from 11:20–11:40 a.m. in Grand Ballroom F–K.

In the afternoon session titled “Monoliths II”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee R. Dario Arrua of ACROSS, University of Tasmania in Hobart, Australia will present a paper, “Monolithic Cryostructures Containing Charged Nanoparticles for Mixed-mode Chromatography of Biomolecules.” The session will be chaired by Gert Desmet, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and fellow award nominee Ivo Nischang, Johannes Kepler University. Arrua’s presentation is scheduled from 17:15–17:35 p.m. in Grand Ballroom A–E.

In the afternoon session titled “Hyphenated Techniques”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Sara Sandron of Dublin City College in Dublin Ireland will present a paper, “Application of Multi-dimensional Chromatography to the Separation and Identification of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM).” The session will be chaired by Pavel Jandera, University of Pardubice, and Katriina Lipponen, University of Helsinki. Sandron’s presentation is scheduled from 16:55–17:15 p.m. in the Orange County Ballroom.