Wednesday's Csaba Horváth Nominee Sessions

June 11, 2012

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Here is a brief description of the five sessions today and tomorrow that include award nominees, as well as the presentation from last year’s award winner.

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 five sessions today and tomorrow that include award nominees, as well as the presentation from last year’s award winner.

In the Wednesday morning session titled “Modeling and Theory I”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Stefan Bruns of Philipps-Universität Marburg in Marburg, Germany will present a paper, “Slurry Packing Parameters and their Influence on Capillary Column Morphology.” The session will be chaired by Ken Broeckhoven, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and Torgny Fornstedt, Karlstad University. Bruns’ presentation is scheduled from 9:25–9:45 a.m. in Grand Ballroom F–K.

In the Wednesday morning session titled “Particles and Higher Order Structure”, the 2011 Csaba Horváth award winner Matthias Verstraeten of Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Brussels, Belgium will present a paper, “Possibilities and Limitations of Constant Pressue Operation in Gradient Elution Mode.” The session will be chaired by Lenka Krcmova, Charles University, Prague, and Milos Novotny, Indiana University. Verstraeten’s presentation is scheduled from 9:25–9:45 a.m. in the Orange County Ballroom.

In the Wednesday morning session titled “HILIC”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Ngoc Phuoc Dinh of Umeå University in Umeå, Sweden will present a paper, “An Investigation on the Water-Enriched Layer of Polar Stationary Phases under HILIC Conditions and its Relation to the Retention Mechanism.” The session will be chaired by Boguslaw Buszewski, Nicolaus Copernicus University, and fellow award nominee Andrea Gargano, University of Vienna. Dinh’s presentation is scheduled from 11:20–11:40 a.m. in Grand Ballroom A–E.

In the Thursday morning session titled “Small Pharmaceuticals”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Kenia L. Vanzolini of University Federal of São Carlos in São Carlos, SP, Brazil will present a paper, “Direct use of AChE-ICER by LC/IT-MS/MS as a Ligand Screening of Coumarin Derivatives.” The session will be chaired by David Hage, University of Nebraska, and Alan McKeown, ACE Chromatography. Vanzolini’s presentation is scheduled from 9:25–9:45 a.m. in the Orange County Ballroom.

In the Thursday morning session titled “Chiral Separations”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Andrea Gargano of the University of Vienna in Wien, Austria will present a paper, “Novel Aminophosphonate Multimodal Selectors for Liquid Chromatography Based on UGI-multicomponent Reaction.” The session will be chaired by Wolfgang Linder, University of Vienna, and Yongqin Lu, University of California, Berkeley. Gargano’s presentation is scheduled from 11:00–11:20 a.m. in Grand Ballroom A–E.

In the Thursday morning session titled “Multidimensional Separtions II”, Csaba Horváth young scientist award nominee Petr Cesla of the University of Pardubice in Pardubice, Czech Republic will present a paper, “Novel Approach to Highly Efficient Fast Multidimensional Separations Employing Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography with Gradients of Pseudostationary Phases.” The session will be chaired by Peter Carr, University of Minnesota, and fellow award nominee Sara Sandron, ISCC, Dublin City University. Gargano’s presentation is scheduled from 11:20–11:40 a.m. in Grand Ballroom F–K.

The 2012 Csaba Horváth award will be presented on Thursday afternoon from 16:00–16:15 p.m.

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