We are happy to provide you with an optional short course on Hyphenated Techniques in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography on Tuesday January 26, 2016.
This short course will cover different aspects of analytical separation techniques that employ compressed CO2 as the main mobile phase component, typically referred to as Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC). Starting from an overview of the fundamental aspects of SFC, the unique retention and selectivity properties are highlighted, as are the possibilities of the technique in pharmaceutical analysis. Hyphenation of SFC with MS and its possibilities in multidimensional separations are covered in detail.
For non registered HTC-14 particpants, the fees are majorated with a 61 € additionnal fee and registration can be done via this form.
The SFC Short Course will take place at:
Room Rector Blancquaert (3rd floor)
|Introduction and Fundamentals|
|Prof. K Broeckhoven (VUB, Belgium)|
|Selectivity and Retention Mechanisms in SFC|
|Prof. C. West (University of Orleans, France)|
|SFC in Pharmaceutical Analysis|
|Prof. D. Guilllarme (University of Geneva, Switzerland)|
|Possibilities and Limitations of the Hyphenation of SFC with Mass Spectrometry|
|Prof. J. Langley (University of Southampton, United Kindgom)|
|Multidimensional Hyphenation of SFC and SFC-MS
|Dr I. François (Waters Corporation, United States)|
|Alternative Hyphenation Approaches in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography & Wrap Up|
|Prof. F. Lynen (UGent, Belgium)|
|17:00||Closure of the short course|