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Ion Mobility and New Ionization Methods
12 March, Stockholm

Mass spectrometry has from the start been an important technique for the detection of small molecules. The introduction of new ionization techniques (eg ESI and MALDI) as well as development of new mass analysers (eg TOF, Orbitrap) have been instrumental for the new era of omic research and allowing MS to be incorporated in life science application and as near- or on-site monitoring for decision making. This years invited speakers for the annual SMSS meeting have been pioneering novel MS applications, showing the new methods for isomeric differentiation (eg Ion Mobility) and also translating the use of MS into the routine health sector applications for precision surgery and bacteria/cell culture monitoring. MS instrument vendors will also participate in this event to provide you with the latest corporate development in regards of mass analysers and improvement/development of ionization techniques. The venue will also provide you with the great opportunity of networking, vendor display and social interaction with MS friends in between scientific presentations.

PhD-students SEK 1 300
Senior SEK 1 500
Discount SEK 300 for members of The Swedish Chemical Society, SMSS

Registration is closed

Beijersalen, KVA, Lilla Frescativägen 4A, Stockholm

Programme as pdf

09.30-10.15 Registration and Coffee
10.15-10.20 Welcome – Jonas Bergquist, SMSS
10.20-11.00 Plenary speaker – Kevin Pagel, Freie Universität Berlin
Sugars in the gas phase – Novel techniques to unravel the glycocode PDF
11.00-11.30 Sponsored talk – Dirk Wunderlich Bruker Nordic AB
timsTOF Pro with trapped ion mobility – Ions with tailwind
11.30-12.00 Sponsored talk – Stephen Ayris, Sciex
Differential ion mobility technology – A new dimension in selectivity by Sciex
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-13.40 Plenary speaker – Zoltan Takats, Imperial College, London
In-vivo mass spectrometry – From bacteria to the operating room PDF
13.40-14.10 Sponsored talk – David Heywood, Waters Corporation
A multi-function cyclic ion mobility – MS system
14.10-14.40 Sponsored talk – Elina Kalenius, University of Jyväskylä
Ion mobility mass spectrometry for structural supramolecular chemistry – Is it inside or outside?
14.40-15.10 Coffee
15.10-15.40 Sponsored talk – Lars Kristensen, ThermoFischer Scientific
Increasing the proteome coverage with the Themro Scientific Orbitrap Fusion Lumos using the FAIMS Pro
15.40-15.55 Price-ceremony and Berzelius presentation by awardee
15:55-16:00 Closing
16:00-16:15 Annual proceedings of SMSS

Beijersalen, KVA, Lilla Frescativägen 4A, Stockholm