HTC-14

14th International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Separation Technology

 Ghent, Belgium    January 27-29, 2016

Programme


09:00

HTC-14 Opening Ceremony

Session Chairs:

Dr John LANGLEY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, Southampton, United Kingdom


Prof. Frederic LYNEN
GHENT UNIVERSITY, Ghent, Belgium

09:15

PL01 - Building the Ideal Chromatography System: Why, What and How

Prof. Gert DESMET
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL (VUB), Brussels, Belgium

10:00

PL02 - The Power of LC-MS and LCxLC in the Characterization of Recombinant Proteins, Monoclonal Antibodies and Antibody-drug Conjugates.

Dr Koen SANDRA
RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR CHROMATOGRAPHY, Kortrijk, Belgium

10:45

Coffee Break & Exhibition

11:15

Start of sessions

Petrochemical and Industrial Analysis
High-Performance Separations
Hyphenated Approaches
Petrochemical and Industrial Analysis
Session Chair:
Dr Joeri VERCAMMEN
INTERSCIENCE, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
11:15
KL01 - Expanding GCxGC Hyphenation
Prof. Robert SHELLIE
TRAJAN SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL, Melbourne, Australia
11:45
KL02 - Detailed Crude Oil Analysis: GCXGC, Field Ionization Mass Spectrometry and Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry Join Forces
Prof. Kevin VAN GEEM
UGENT, gent, Belgium
12:15
OC01 - Flow-Modulation Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Using ≈ 4 mL/min Gas Flows
Prof. Peter TRANCHIDA
UNIVERSITY OF MESSINA, Messina, Italy
12:35
OC02 - Improvement of Retention Time Prediction in Liquid Chromatography
Dr Roman SZUCS
PFIZER, United Kingdom
High-Performance Separations
Session Chair:
Dr Thorsten TEUTENBERG
INSTITUT FÜR ENERGIE- UND UMWELTTECHNIK E.V., Duisburg, Germany
11:15
KL03 - Towards Hyperformance Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography
Prof. Peter SCHOENMAKERS
UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
11:45
KL04 - Hyphenation of Intact Protein Separation and Mass Spectrometry for Characterization of Biopharmaceuticals
Prof. Govert SOMSEN
VU UNIVERSITY AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
12:15
OC03 - Kinetic Gain Factors and Peak-Compression Effects in Ultra-High-Pressure LC
Prof. Sebastiaan EELTINK
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL (VUB), Brussels, Belgium
12:35
OC04 - Successful Generic Approaches for Heartcutting 2DLC with Focus on Userfriendliness
Mrs Isabelle FRANÇOIS
WATERS, ZELLIK, Belgium
Hyphenated Approaches
Session Chairs:
Prof. Valerie PICHON
ESPCI, Paris, France
Mr Bob PIROK
UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
11:15
YeS01 - Comparison of a Triple Quadrupole and a Quadrupole Time-of-Flight Mass Analyser to Quantify 16 Opioids in Human Plasma
Mr Johan VIAENE
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, Jette, Belgium
11:30
YeS02 - Secondary Electrospray Ionization (SESI) and UHPLC Coupled to HRMS Allow the Identification and Quantification of Benzothiazoles in Exhaled Breath and Exhaled Breath Condensate
Dr Diego GARCIA-GOMEZ
ETH ZÜRICH, Zürich, Switzerland
11:45
YeS03 - Comparison of HILIC-MS and RPLC-MS Performance in Terms of Sensitivity and Matrix Effects
Ms Aurélie PÉRIAT
UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland
12:00
YeS04 - Evaluation of a New API Source: Improved Sensitivity for Pharmaceutical Analysis
Mr Arnaud LUBIN
JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICA, BEERSE, Belgium
12:20
Poster Flash presentations

12:20 FP01 - María Mateos-Vivas (HS07)
12:25 FP02 - Abdelhakim Bounab (HT01)
12:30 FP03 - Ana Carolina Kogawa (HT04)
12:35 FP04 - Philipp Schulze (ED03)
12:40 FP05 - Ravindra Hegade (NM05)
12:55

Lunch Break, Exhibition & Vendor Seminars by Postnova Analytics, Sciex Separations and Waters Corporation (13:30 – 14:15)

14:15

Start of sessions

Ionization Techniques and Mass Spectrometry
New Method Development Strategies and Chemometrics
Emerging Applications
Ionization Techniques and Mass Spectrometry
Session Chair:
Prof. Jean-François FOCANT
UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE (ULG), Liège, Belgium
14:15
KL05 - Application of GCxGC-TOFMS and GCxGC-High Resolution TOFMS for Detection of Petrochemical and Particulate Matter (PM) Samples
Prof. Ralf ZIMMERMANN
U. ROSTOCK & HELMHOLTZ ZENTRUM MÜNCHEN, München, Germany
14:45
KL06 - Shapes, Sizes and More - Ion Mobility for Sample Separation and Characterization
Prof. Dr Frank SOBOTT
UNIVERSITY OF ANTWERP, Antwerp, Belgium
15:15
OC05 - HPLC with Drift-Tube Ion Mobility and Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry: Assessment of Separation and Feature Alignment/Annotation Capabilities
Dr Tim CAUSON
UNIVERSITY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND LIFE SCIENCES (BOKU VIENNA), Vienna, Austria
15:35
OC06 - Liquid-Junction Based CE/MS Interfacing for Proteomic, Glycomic and Metabolomic Analyses
Dr Jana KRENKOVA
INSTITUTE OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY OF THE CAS, V.V.I., Brno, Czech Republic
New Method Development Strategies and Chemometrics
Session Chair:
Dr Achim TREUMANN
NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY, Newcastle, United Kingdom
14:15
KL07 - Bridges over Troubled Waters: Strategies for HPLC Method Development Of Complex Samples
Dr Stefan LAMOTTE
BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany
14:45
KL08 - On the Use of Bayesian Methods for Automated Data Analysis
Dr Gabriel VIVO TRUYOLS
UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
15:15
OC07 - Nano UHPLC-ESI-MS/MS for the In Vivo Monitoring of Neuropeptides in the Rodent Brain
Prof. Ann VAN EECKHAUT
FREE UNIVERSITY OF BRUSSELS (VUB), Brussels, Belgium
15:35
OC08 - Peaks Behaving Badly: Application of 2D-LC to Determine and Control the Reactivity of Samples of a Drug Product Under Different Analytical Conditions During Method Development
Dr Claudio BRUNELLI
PFIZER, Sandwich, United Kingdom
Emerging Applications
Session Chairs:
Mr Giacomo RUSSO
UGENT, Ghent, Belgium
Prof. Ian D. WILSON
IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON, London, United Kingdom
14:15
Workshop: "How to Write a Paper"
Dr John LANGLEY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, Southampton, United Kingdom
14:30
YeS05 - Evaluation of a New Strategy for the Simultaneous Analysis of Pharmaceuticals with a Broad Polarity Range in Water
Mr Glenn LOOS
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
14:45
YeS06- The Use of Both Liquid and Gas Chromatography Coupled to Mass Spectrometry in the Domain of Food Contact Materials: Migration of Phthalates and Cereals in Breakfast Cereals
Ms Kathy VAN DEN HOUWE
WIV-ISP, Brussel, Belgium
15:00
YeS07 - In Vitro Monitoring of Human Tissues Degradation by TD-GC×GC-TOFMS
Mr Pierre-Hugues STEFANUTO
UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE, Liège, Belgium
15:20
Poster Flash presentations

15:20 FP06 - Ariane Boudier (CF01)
15:25 FP07 - Gerardus Cremers (NM01)
15:30 FP08 - Claudia Oellig (FA02)
15:35 FP09 - Annick Van Wanseele (HS13)
15:40 FP10 - Martyna Baca (HS01)
15:55

Coffee Break & Exhibition

17:20

Start of sessions

Emerging Technologies for Industry
On-line Analyzers and GC
New Detection Possibilities
Emerging Technologies for Industry
17:50
Industry Pitch: Shimadzu
"SFE-SFC-MS – Unified Chromatography : The Latest Addition to the Chromatography Toolbox"
Session Chair:
Prof. Peter J. SCHOENMAKERS
UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
16:30
KL09 - Is the Claimed State-of-the-art GCXGC Overshadowing the Power of Heart-cut Two-dimensional GC?
Dr Frank DAVID
RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR CHROMATOGRAPHY, Kortrijk, Belgium
17:00
OC09 - Chemically Sensitive SEC Detection with FTIR and Low Field NMR Spectroscopy
Prof Manfred WILHELM
KARLSRUHER INSTITUT FÜR TECHNOLOGIE (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany
On-line Analyzers and GC
Session Chair:
Prof. Robert SHELLIE
TRAJAN SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL, Melbourne, Australia
16:30
KL10 - New Applications of Laboratory Chromatographs as Automated Online-Analyzers for Wastewater Analysis
Dr Monika WORTBERG
BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany
17:00
OC10 - Ultratrace Analysis of Oxygenates
Dr Joeri VERCAMMEN
INTERSCIENCE, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
17:20
OC11 - Characterizing the Smell of Marijuana with Multidimensional Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry - Olfactometry
Dr Jacek KOZIEL
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY, Ames, IA, United States
17:40
OC12 - GC×GC-TOF MS with Soft Electron Ionisation for Enhanced Characterisation of Allergens in Cosmetics
Dr Laura MCGREGOR
MARKES INTERNATIONAL , Llantrisant, United Kingdom
New Detection Possibilities
Session Chair:
Dr Diego GARCIA-GOMEZ
ETH ZÜRICH, Zürich, Switzerland
Dr Erwin KAAL
DSM, Delft, The Netherlands
16:30
YeS08 - Mediating Chromatographic Dilution in One- and Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography by Post-Column Refocusing
Mr Jelle DE VOS
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, Brussel, Belgium
16:45
YeS09 - The Application of Acetone Acetals as Water Scavengers And Novel Derivatisation Agent Prior to the Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Polar Residual Solvents In Aqueous Samples
Mr Niels VAN BOXTEL
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
18:00

Poster Session & Belgian Beer Tasting Event

Knox Award Session

Session Chair:

Dr John LANGLEY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, Southampton, United Kingdom

08:30

PL03 - Knox Award Lecture
SFC: No Regrets

Prof. Dr Keith BARTLE
THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, United Kingdom

09:15

KL11 - Selective Ionisation with High Resolution Mass Spectrometry ? The Future for Hyphenation in the Petrochemical Industry?

Mr Tom LYNCH
BP GLOBAL LUBRICANTS TECHNOLOGY, Reading, United Kingdom

09:45

Start of sessions

LC-MS Profiling and Method Development
The Power of Hyphenation
Column Technology
LC-MS Profiling and Method Development
Session Chair:
Dr Koen SANDRA
RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR CHROMATOGRAPHY, Kortrijk, Belgium
09:45
TU01 - Tutorial: Optimisation of LCMS Conditions for Proteomics Experiments
Dr Achim TREUMANN
NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY, Newcastle, United Kingdom
10:15
KL12 - High-Sensitivity Bioanalysis of Proteins by LC-MS/MS Without the Use of Antibodies
Prof. Rainer BISCHOFF
UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, Groningen, The Netherlands
The Power of Hyphenation
Session Chair:
Prof. André DE VILLIERS
STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY, Stellenbosch, South Africa
09:45
KL13 - Hyphenated Techniques for Organic and Inorganic Analysis in Order to Ensure Patient Safety
Dr David CLICQ
UCB PHARMA, Braine L'alleud, Belgium
10:15
KL14 - Smaller, Better, Faster - Strategies for Metabolite Profiling and Phenotyping
Prof. Ian D. WILSON
IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON, London, United Kingdom
Column Technology
Session Chairs:
Bert WOUTERS
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, Belgium
Prof. Ralf ZIMMERMANN
U. ROSTOCK & HELMHOLTZ ZENTRUM MÜNCHEN, München, Germany
09:45
YeS10 - Synthesis of Molecular Imprinted Polymers for the Selective Extraction of Organophosphorous Pesticides in Vegetable Oils
Ms Sara BOULANOUAR
ESPCI, PARIS, France
10:00
YeS11 - Effect of Polyethylene Glycol on Pore Structure and Separation Efficiency of Silica-Based Monolithic Capillary Columns
Dr Takeshi HARA
VRIJE UNIVERSTEIT BRUSSEL, Brussel, Belgium
10:15
YeS12 - Optimization of On-Column Trypsin Digestion Coupled with IDMS for Quantitative Analysis of Apolipoproteins
Dr Zsuzsanna KUKLENYIK
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, Atlanta, United States
10:30
YeS13 - Development of Supercritical Fluid Chromatography Methods with Mass Spectrometry and U.V. Detection for the Characterization of Fast Pyrolysis Bio Oils
Mr Julien CREPIER
IFPEN, Solaize, France
10:45

Coffee Break & Exhibition

11:15

Start of sessions

Analysis of Biopharmaceuticals
Fundamentals in Separation Science
GC and GCxGC
Analysis of Biopharmaceuticals
Session Chair:
Dr Scott FLETCHER
CRAWFORD SCIENTIFIC, Strathaven, United Kingdom
11:15
TU02 - An Introduction to Biopharmaceutical Analysis
Prof. David PERRETT
QUEEN MARY'S UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, London, United Kingdom
11:45
KL15 - Modern Liquid Chromatographic Approaches for the Analytical Characterization of Biopharmaceuticals
Dr Davy GUILLARME
UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland
12:15
OC13 - Capillary Electrophoresis Supporting Viral Vaccine Development
Dr Cari SANGER
KANTISTO, Baarn, The Netherlands
12:35
OC14 - Can UHPLC High Speed Separations be Employed in a Multidimensional Approach for Bio Therapeutic Protein Analysis?
Dr Ken COOK
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Fundamentals in Separation Science
Session Chair:
Prof. Gert DESMET
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL (VUB), Brussels, Belgium
11:15
TU03 - Description and Prediction of the Shape of Chromatographic Peaks: A Tutorial
Dr Wim KOK
UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
11:45
KL16 - Assessment of Intra-particle Diffusivity in Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography (HILIC) and Reversed-phase Liquid Chromatography (RPLC) under Conditions of Identical Packing Structure
Prof. Deirdre CABOOTER
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
12:15
OC15 - The Art of Column Thermostatting in the Presence of Frictional Heating?
Dr Frank STEINER
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC, Germering, Germany
12:35
OC16 - Simpler, Better, Faster - The Hyphenated Potential of Planar Chromatography
Prof. Gertrud MORLOCK
JUSTUS LIEBIG UNIVERSITY GIESSEN, Giessen, Germany
GC and GCxGC
Session Chairs:
Prof. Kevin VAN GEEM
UGENT, gent, Belgium
Mr Niels VAN BOXTEL
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
11:15
YeS14 - Development and Validation of a Rapid Detection Method for Boar Taint by Means of Solid Phase Microextraction and a Person-Portable GC-MS
Ms Kaat VERPLANKEN
GHENT UNIVERSITY, Merelbeke, Belgium
11:30
YeS15 - Isolation of Unknown Molecules from Plant Extracts Exploiting a Multidimensional GC-Prep System Followed By NMR, MS and FTIR for Structural Identification
Prof. Danilo SCIARRONE
UNIVERSITY OF MESSINA, Messina, Italy
11:45
YeS16 - The Power of Reverse Phase Comprehensive 2D GC for Oxygentate Analysis in Shale Oils
Ing Nenad RISTIC
UNIVERSITEIT GENT, Gent , Belgium
12:00
YeS17 - Characterization of Human Exhaled Breath for Non-Invasive Detection of Diseases by GC×GC-TOFMS
Mr Romain PESESSE
UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE, Liège, Belgium
12:20
Poster Flash presentations

12:20 FP11 - Lena Dubois (CD02)
12:25 FP12 - Hilal Toraman (NP07)
12:30 FP13 - Katelynn Perrault (CF10)
12:35 FP14 - Mariarosa Maimone (NM06)
12:40 FP15 - Benjamin Savareear (NP08)
12:55

Lunch Break, Exhibition & Vendor Seminars by Shimadzu and Thermo Scientific (13:30 – 14:15)

14:15

Start of sessions

Biological Sample Preparation
Food Analysis
BioAnalysis
Biological Sample Preparation
Session Chair:
Dr Robert BOUGHTFLOWER
GLAXOSMITHKLINE, Stevenage, United Kingdom
14:15
TU04 - Sample Preparation for Bioanalysis in Clinical Laboratories: Practicalities and Considerations
Dr Lewis COUCHMAN
KING'S COLLEGE, London, United Kingdom
14:45
KL17 - Solid Phase Micro-Extraction, Sketching the Future of Microsampling in Bioanalysis
Dr Sheelan AHMAD
GSK, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
15:15
OC17 - Dried Blood Microsamples in the Bioanalytical Lab
Prof. Christophe STOVE
UGENT, Ghent, Belgium
15:35
OC18 - Development of a Low Volume Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction Method for Simultaneous Determination of Illicit Psychoactive Drugs in Blood
Dr Stefan LOUW
UNIVERSITY OF NAMIBIA, Windhoek, Namibia
Food Analysis
Session Chair:
Prof. Robert SHELLIE
TRAJAN SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL, Melbourne, Australia
14:15
TU05 - Hyphenated LC-MS and LC×LC-MS Techniques Reduce the Need for Extensive Sample Preparation for Accurate Analysis of Target Compounds.
Prof. Luigi MONDELLO
UNIVERSITY OF MESSINA, Messina, Italy
14:45
KL18 - Towards More Generic Methods for Food Analysis
Prof. Hans-Gerd JANSSEN
UNILEVER RESEARCH VLAARDINGEN, Vlaardingen, The Netherlands
15:15
OC19 - UHPLC Coupled to Hybrid High Resolution MS for Digestion Metabolomics and DNA Adductomics
Prof. Lynn VANHAECKE
GHENT UNIVERSITY, Merelbeke, Belgium
15:35
OC20 - Hyphenation of Asymmetrical Flow Field-Flow Fractionation (AF4) to ICP-MS for the Quantification of Protein Associated Metal Ions
Dr Erwin KAAL
DSM, Delft, The Netherlands
BioAnalysis
Session Chairs:
Prof. Ken BROECKHOVEN
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL (VUB), Brussels, Belgium
Prof. Danilo SCIARRONE
UNIVERSITY OF MESSINA, Messina, Italy
14:15
YeS18 - Hyphenated Techniques in Clinical Sciences: GC×GC-HRTOFMS Approach in Metabolomics
Mr Nicolas DI GIOVANNI
UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE, Liège, Belgium
14:30
YeS19 - Combining the Full Potential of UHPSFC-QTOF/MS and UHPLC-QTOF/MS for Efficient Natural Bioactives Analysis
Mr Alexandre GRAND-GUILLAUME PERRENOUD
UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland
14:45
YeS20 - In-Line Drug Metabolism System Using Enzyme Immobilized Magnetic Nanoparticles in Capillary Electrophoresis
Mr Pranov RAMANA
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
15:00
YeS21 - Quantitative Determination of Gadolinium Based Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contrast Agents in Urine and Hospital Wastewater by HPLC-ICP-QMS
Mr Karel FOLENS
UGENT, Gent, Belgium
15:20
Poster Flash presentations

15:20 FP16 - Beate Gruber (CF04)
15:25 FP17 - Balazs Klencsar (HS05)
15:30 FP18 - Maud Bonichon (BS01)
15:35 FP19 - Eline Jurgens (HQ03)
15:40 FP20 - Stéphanie Hambye (HQ02)
15:55

Coffee Break & Exhibition

16:30

Start of sessions

New Possibilities in Separation Science and Detection
Pushing Detection Limits in 2D-LC
GC and SFC
New Possibilities in Separation Science and Detection
Session Chair:
Prof. Deirdre CABOOTER
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
16:30
KL19 - CANCELLED
Pushing Detection Limits in 2D-LC
Session chair:
Dr Frank STEINER
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC, Germering, Germany
16:30
KL20 - Macro and Micro-Scale Methods Using Large Volume Injections and Heart-Cutting 2D-LC for Ultrahigh Sensitivity Bioanalysis
Dr Filip CUYCKENS
JANSSEN R&D, Beerse, Belgium
GC and SFC
Session Chair:
Dr Hernan CORTES
H.J. CORTES CONSULTING LLC / DOW CHEMICAL RET., Midland, United States
Mr Alexandre GRAND-GUILLAUME PERRENOUD
UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland
16:30
YeS22 - New Approaches in High Temperature Stable Polymerized Ionic Liquids as Stationary Phase in Gas Chromatography
Mr Kevin ROELEVELD
UGENT, Ghent, Belgium
16:45
YeS23 - Varied Approaches (CCC, SFE) for the Enrichment of Bioactive Cosmetic Compounds from Plant Seeds and Identification by Ultra High Performance SFC-HRMS
Ms Johanna DUVAL
ICOA , Orléans, France

Session Chair:

Prof. Deirdre CABOOTER
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium


Dr Joeri VERCAMMEN
INTERSCIENCE, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

17:00

Battle of the Guru's

Prof. Alexander MAKAROV
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC, Bremen, Germany


Dr Pat SANDRA
RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR CHROMATOGRAPHY, Kortrijk, Belgium
Prof. Peter SCHOENMAKERS
UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

20:00

Symposium Banquet

09:00

Session Chairs:

Dr John LANGLEY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, Southampton, United Kingdom


Mr Alasdair MATHESON
ADVANSTAR COMMUNICATIONS, United Kingdom

09:00

PL04 - The LCGC Lifetime Achievement Award:
An Academic Mentality in an Industrial Environment

Dr Hernan CORTES
H.J. CORTES CONSULTING LLC / DOW CHEMICAL RET., Midland, United States

09:45

Start of sessions

Environmental / Toxicology Analysis
Advances in Column Technology
Novel Separation Systems
Environmental / Toxicology Analysis
Session Chair:
Prof. Gert DESMET
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL (VUB), Brussels, Belgium
09:45
KL21 - In-depth Analysis of Complex VOC Mixtures by GCxGC-HRTOFMS’
Prof. Jean-François FOCANT
UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE (ULG), Liège, Belgium
10:15
KL22 - Detection and Quantification of Anthrax Toxins by Immunoaffinity and Mass Spectrometry
Dr John BARR
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Advances in Column Technology
Session Chair:
Dr Stephan BUCKENMAIER
AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES, Waldbronn, Germany
09:45
TU06 - Characterization and Analysis of the Efficiency and Speed of Chromatographic Columns
Prof. Ken BROECKHOVEN
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL (VUB), Brussels, Belgium
10:15
KL23 - Miniaturized and Selective Monoliths Coupled on Line to Nanolc for the Determination of Target Analytes at the Trace Level in Complex Samples
Prof. Valerie PICHON
ESPCI, Paris, France
Novel Separation Systems
Session Chairs:
Prof. Dr Frank SOBOTT
UNIVERSITY OF ANTWERP, Antwerp, Belgium
Ms Aurélie PÉRIAT
UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland
09:45
YeS24 - Extending the Performance of Microfluidic Membrane Suppressors and Hyphenation with On-Chip Conductivity Detection for Ion-Exchange Chromatography
Ing Sam WOUTERS
VUB, Brussels, Belgium
10:00
YeS25 - Prospects of Flow Field Thermal Gradient GAS Chromatography (FF-TG-GC)
Dr Peter BOEKER
UNIVERSTITY OF BONN, Bonn, Germany
10:15
YeS26 - Design Aspects for the Construction of a Microfluidic Device for Comprehensive Spatial Three-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography
Ing Bert WOUTERS
UNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAM, Beverwijk, The Netherlands
10:30
YeS27 - Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy as a Complementary Detection System to Mass Spectrometry for One- and Comprehensive Two-Dimensional GAS Chromatography
Mr Thomas GRÖGER
HELMHOLTZ ZENTRUM MÜNCHEN, Neuherberg, Germany
10:45

Coffee Break & Exhibition

11:15

Start of sessions

Advance in SFC
Multi-Dimensional LC and GC-MS Separations
Fundamentals
Advance in SFC
Session Chair:
Dr John LANGLEY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, Southampton, United Kingdom
11:15
KL24 - Modern SFC: Current State and Future Prospects
Dr Caroline WEST
UNIVERSITY OF ORLEANS, Orleans, France
11:45
KL25 - UPC2 Coupled to both Inorganic and Organic Mass Spectrometers
Mr Christopher HOPLEY
LGC, Teddington, United Kingdom
12:15
OC21 - Importance of Reference Conditions in SFC
Dr Ruben DE PAUW
VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, Elsene, Belgium
12:35
OC22 - Metabolic Phenotyping of Mammalian Urine by SFC-HRMS
Dr Arundhuti SEN
KING'S COLLEGE, London, United Kingdom
Multi-Dimensional LC and GC-MS Separations
Session Chair:
Prof. Luigi MONDELLO
UNIVERSITY OF MESSINA, Messina, Italy
11:15
KL26 - Theory, Practice and Applications of Comprehensive 2-Dimensional Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography X Reversed Phase Liquid Chromatography
Prof. André DE VILLIERS
STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY, Stellenbosch, South Africa
11:45
KL27 - A Critical Appraisal of Micro Liquid Chromatography in One- and Two-Dimensional Applications Coupled to Mass Spectrometry
Dr Thorsten TEUTENBERG
INSTITUT FÜR ENERGIE- UND UMWELTTECHNIK E.V., Duisburg, Germany
12:15
OC23 - Quantifying Target Compounds in Complex Matrices Using Multiple Heart-Cutting Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography
Dr Stephan BUCKENMAIER
AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES, Waldbronn, Germany
12:35
OC24 - Hyphenated Chromatographic Techniques for Complex Analysis of Lipid Samples
Prof. Paola DUGO
UNIVERSITÀ DI MESSINA, Messina, Italy
Fundamentals
Session Chair:
Mr Glenn LOOS
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
Prof. Ann VAN SCHEPDAEL
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium
11:15
YeS28 - Optimizing On-Line RPLCXRPLC-MS for both Peak Capacity Enhancement and Matrix Effect Reduction. Application to the Separation of a Protein Digest
Mr Morgan SARRUT
UNIVERSITY OF LYON, Villeurbanne, France
11:30
YeS29 - Drug/phospholipid polar/electrostatic Interactions Estimated by IAM-HPLC as Indexes of the Transcellular Passive Diffusion of Ionisable Drugs. Relationships with in situ and in vitro Intestinal Permeability Data
Mr Giacomo RUSSO
UGENT, Ghent, Belgium
11:45
YeS30 - Insights into the Fundamentals of the Supercritical Fluid Extraction Process Using UV/VIS and Evaporative Light Scattering Detection
Mr Victor ABRAHAMSSON
LUND UNIVERSITY, Lund, Sweden
12:00
YeS31 - Interpretive Optimization of Two-Dimensional Resolution for LC×LC Separations with Gradient Elution in Both Dimensions
Mr Bob PIROK
UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
12:55

Lunch Break, Exhibition & Vendor Seminars

14:15

Finals Poster-Flash Presentations

Session Chairs:

Prof. Deirdre CABOOTER
KU LEUVEN, Leuven, Belgium


Dr John LANGLEY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, Southampton, United Kingdom
Prof. Frederic LYNEN
GHENT UNIVERSITY, Ghent, Belgium

14:30

PL05 - Advances in LC and SFC Analysis

Prof. Jean-Luc VEUTHEY
UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland

15:15

PL06 - Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry and Chromatography: the Road to a Perfect Marriage

Prof. Alexander MAKAROV
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC, Bremen, Germany

16:00

Poster Awards and HTC Award

16:15

Closure

16:20

Farewell Drink