Virtual Symposium – Mass Spectrometry in Environmental Science
Mass spectrometry is a critical player in environmental analysis facilitating the sensitive, large scale profiling of chemicals such as pollutants, toxic agents and pharmaceuticals in complex matrices from nature. These substances often have detrimental effects on sustainability and global health.
The annual symposium of the SMSS will therefore this year focus on the recent advances of MS in environmental science. The SMSS is proud to present key international and national experts within the field both from academia and industry.
|09:25-09:30||Welcome – Jonas Bergquist, SMSS|
|09:30-10:00||The use of LC-MS/MS to study environmental toxicants impact on the human body
Christian Lindh, Lund University
|10:00-10:30||Leveraging environmental chemical exposure and health assessment through mass spectrometry
Samira Salihovic, Örebro University
|10:30-10:50||Sponsored talk – Ultrasensitive determination of hormones according to the requirements of the EU water framework directive using LC-MS/MS or GC-MS/MS
Fabian Itzel, IUTA, Institute for Energy and Environmental Technology, Germany
|10:50-11:20||A medicated environment
Jerker Fick, Umeå University
|11:20-11:50||Sponsored talk – Analysis of PFAS by TD-GCMS and online SPE LCMSMS
Hannah Calder, Markes International
Jonathan Spencer, Agilent Technologies
|11:50-12:10||Sponsored talk – Consolidated analysis of PAHs and PCBs in soil using modern Orbitrap GC-HRMS
Per Nilsson, Technical Sales Specialist
|Chairs Gunnar Hansson and Niclas Karlsson, GU|
|13:00-13:30||Liquid chromatography – Mass spectrometry using differential ion mobility, collision induced and electron induced dissociation for the analysis of low molecular weight compounds
Gerhard Hopfgartner, University of Geneva
|13:30-13:50||Sponsored talk -TIMS for the masses – How to maximise your data using trapped ion mobility spectrometry
Lucy Woods, Phenomics & Metabolomics Business Unit Manager
|13:50-14:10||Sponsored talk – What can Cyclic IMS/IMS reveal about the gas phase structure of isomeric compounds?
Anneli Kruve, Stockholm University
|14:10-14:30||Sponsored talk – Direct aqueous analysis of pesticides and PPCPs in drinking and bottled water at parts per trillion levels
Daniel McMillan, Senior Market Development Manager, Food and Environmental
|14:30-15:00||Discovery of chemicals of emerging concern – Can we achieve level 1 confidence without standards?
Diana Aga, University at Buffalo