23 - 24 October 2019, Beatenberg Switzerland
Ion Mobility coupled with Mass Spectrometry (IM-MS) is a rapidly developing and increasingly powerful and versatile technique. Although known since about 1900, only recently has IM advanced to the point of wider commercialisation and application. This is partly due to a recent burst of new technologies which are exciting but diverse, complex and not easy to compare. The 2019 SGMS School on Ion Mobility: Fundamentals and Application, brings together top experts from the major IM-MS suppliers to give us high-level insight into the technologies, their strengths and weakness, and show us example applications. Anyone who wants to be informed about these key new analytical technologies, or is considering adding IM-MS to their lab, should find the workshop useful and interesting.
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from the Bowers lab: https://labs.chem.ucsb.edu/bowers/michael/theory_analysis/ion-mobility/index.shtml
On behalf of the IMSS organisers we are pleased to advise you that the full program for the International Mass Spectrometry School is now available on the School website.
4th International Mass Spectrometry School (2019)
15th-20th September 2019
Please encourage student and postdoctoral researchers to consider attending the school and review the travel fellowships on offer from IMSF and the affiliate societies.
NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme’s Advance Study Institute on the:
DETECTION, DIAGNOSIS AND HEALTH CONCERNS OF TOXIC CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL AGENTS
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2019
AT THE GRAND HOTEL SAN MICHELE, CETRARO, ITALY
GIOVANNI SINDONA (UNIV. OF CALABRIA) & MARC SUTER (EAWAG)
Leading experts will discuss the latest scientific technologies and processes in the context of human exposure and health effects from chemical and biological agents.
PROGRAMME DIRECTOR: RICHARD CAPRIOLI (VANDERBILT UNIV.),
GIANLUCA GIORGI (UNIV. OF SIENA),
JOSEPH BANOUB (FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA)
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