imsc 2018




Plenary

MARCO LEONA
Plenary Lecture
"At the intersection between chemistry and art: scientific research for the study and preservation of cultural heritage"

RICHARD CAPRIOLI
Plenary Lecture
"Advances in Imaging Mass Spectrometry: Molecular Microscopy in the New Age of Discovery"

HELMUT SCHWARTZ
Plenary Lecture
"Mass Spectrometry and Theoretical Chemistry in Service of Catalysis Research: A Ménage-à-Trois at Its Best"



Keynotes

FUNDAMENTAL MASS SPECTROMETRY INSTRUMENTATION AND METHODS FOOD AND BEVERAGE ORGANIC AND INORGANIC MS: CHALLENGES & APPLICATIONS LIFE SCIENCES

THOMAS O. JOOS
MO3 - Clinical proteomics
"Immunoassays in Multiplex for Biomarker Discovery and Validation"

JESPER OLSEN
TO10 - Post Translational Modifications
"Dissecting Cell Signaling Networks by Quantitative Phosphoproteomics"

MARY RODGERS
MO5 - Nucleic acids

MICHAL SHARON
WO5 - Native MS and Structural proteomics
"Native MS Pulls Its Weight"

GÉRARD HOPFGARTNER
ThO3 - Mass spectrometric analysis of forensic science evidence
"Extended mass spectrometry workflow for the analysis of drugs of abuse in biological fluids and tissues"

MICHAEL WAKELAM
ThO8 - Lipidomics
"Using lipidomics to identify novel therapeutic targets"

ISABELLE COMPAGNON
ThO5 - Glycomics, saccharides and glycoconjugates
"Hybrid MS/IR technology bridges the gap between MS and spectroscopic analytical methods: application to Glycomics"

TIIA KUURANNE
WO10 - MS tools in doping & toxicology
"Evolution and application of mass spectrometry -based analytical methods in anti-doping analyses"

MARZIA PASQUALI
MO10 - Clinical chemistry
"Tandem mass spectrometry in the clinical laboratory: can standardization improve operation?"

ZHIBO YANG
TO3 - Single cell
"Single cell mass spectrometry: qualitative and quantitative analysis"

LIAM MCDONNELL
WO8 - MS imaging: applications
"Mass Spectrometry Imaging Based Molecular Histology"

ROB VREEKEN
TO5 - Therapeutic drug monitoring and drug discovery

AUGUSTIN SCALBERT
FO3 - Metabolomics
"Metabolomics and the exposome - Application to cancer epidemiology"

JANUSZ PAWLISZYN
MO2 - Hyphenated techniques
"Hyphenation of Sampling/Sample Preparation to Mass Spectrometry"

ALAN MARSHALL
TO2 - High resolution MS: instrumentation, methods & applications
"Life at the Frontier: 21 Tesla Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry"

DAVID E. CLEMMER
ThO10 - Developments and applications in ion mobility MS
"Towards high-throughput protein stability measurements with IMS-MS readout"

RENATO ZENOBI
MO7 - Ambient MS and new ionization methods
"Exhalomics using ambient ionization - high resolution mass spectrometry"

MARC-ANDRE DELSUC
FO5 - Informatics tools and data analysis
"Big Data: New Algorithms for Mass Spectrometry"

RON HEEREN
TO4 - MS imaging: instrumentation
"Molecular imaging at the interface of health and disease"

SUSAN D. RICHARDSON
ThO4 - Environmental MS
"Emerging contaminants: state of the art and new discoveries"

JOSEPH LOO
WO7 - FTMS and innovative methods for (bio)analyses

RYAN RODGERS
ThO6 - Petroleomics, hydrocarbons and biofuels

JULIA LASKIN
TO7 - Ion activation and dissociation

MARK JOHNSON
MO1 - Ion spectroscopy & photodissociation
"Adding the optical dimension to secondary structural analysis with cryogenic ion spectroscopy"

MASAAKI FUJII
MO6 - Chiral discrimination
"Chiral recognition in protonated molecular clusters studied by mass-selected laser spectroscopy"

SCOTT McLUCKEY
WO6 - Gas phase ion chemistry & thermochemistry
"Progress towards enzyme-like specificity in protein fragmentation"

CHRISTINE JOBLIN
TO6 - Astrochemistry
"Cosmic PAHs: formation and UV processing"

CAROL ROBINSON
TO1 - Noncovalent interactions
"Membrane proteins - the lipid connection"

GEREON NIEDNER-SCHATTEBURG
TO8 - Metal and non-metal clusters: gas phase structures and reactivity
"Cryo kinetics and cryo spectroscopy of transition metal adsorbate complexes"

STEPHEN BLANKSBY
WO1 - Reaction mechanisms and elusive intermediates
"Chemistry outside the box: probing the gas phase reactivity of cubyl radicals"

THOMAS J.D. JØRGENSEN
ThO1 - Probing Protein Structure and Dynamics
"Probing protein structures by hydrogen/deuterium exchange mass spectrometry: Native and pathological a-synuclein species"

CHRYS WESDEMIOTIS
MO9 - Polymers
"Mass Spectrometry Methods for the Characterization of Functional Materials"

NORBERT JAKUBOWSKI
ThO9 - Materials & nanomaterials
"Development of nanoparticle systems as new tools for imaging mass spectrometry"

WALTER KORFMACHER
WO4 - Pharmaceuticals
"Pharmaceutical Industry Challenges with Mass Spectrometry Solutions: from Microsampling to Monoclonal Antibodies"

JONATHAN BEAUCHAMP
MO4 - Volatile molecules & nose-space analysis
"Exploring dynamic processes of volatile aroma compounds in food and flavour sciences via direct injection mass spectrometry: challenges, applications and outlook"

PIERRE-MARIE ALLARD
TO9 - Natural substances and their complexes
"Contextualizing metabolomics data trough multi-informative molecular networks: metabolite annotation and bioactive natural products prioritization strategies"

GARY M. HIEFTJE
FO4 - Atomic mass spectrometry: metallomics and isotope ratio mass spectrometry
"New Ion Sources for Metallomic Analysis and Isotope-ratio Mass Spectrometry"



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KEYDATES

September 1st 2017
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October 1st 2017
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April 15th 2018
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May 15th 2018
Notification of abstract acceptance

June 1st 2018
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June 30th 2018
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