The 10th Shanghai International Symposium on Analytical Chemistry

Shanghai New International Expo Center, Conference room E1-M15/ E1-M11/ E1-M12/ E1-M13

 

Conference time: October 31-November 2, 2018

Conference venue:Shanghai New International Expo Centre

 

Organizers:Chinese Chemical Society

                         Messe München International

 

Chairs:Prof. Jin-Ming Lin (Tsinghua University, China)

                Oliver J. Schmitz (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)

 

Plenary Lectures:

  • Prof. Yuliang Zhao ( Chinese Academy of Sciences )
  • Prof. Emily Hilder ( University of South Australia )
  • Prof. Oliver Fiehn ( University of California )
  • Prof. Philip Marriott ( Monash University )

 

The theme of the conference: Analytical Chemistry for Health Science

 

Topics of interest for abstract submission include, but are not limited to:

  • New Technology and Methods
  • Drug Analysis
  • Sample Preparation
  • Environmental and Food Analysis
  • New developments in separation techniques and mass spectrometry
  • Biomarker analysis

 

Topics of Tutorials, Workshops and Lunch Seminars:

  • HILIC
  • IM-MS
  • Ultra-high resolution MS
  • HPLC
  • Bioanalysis
  • Quality Accurance
  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Food Analysis
  • Multidimensional Chromatography
  • Sample Preparation

 

Symposium Language:English

 

Symposium Website:http://www.chemsoc.org.cn/meeting/Analytica2018/

 

 

  • Tutorials & Opening & Plenary Session

    Host: Jin-Ming Lin Oliver J. Schmitz
Time Topic Guest
Time TopicWelcome Speeches Guest

Jin-Ming Lin
Tsinghua University

Oliver J. Schmitz
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

FALK SENGER
Managing Director Messe München

Time TopicQuantification of nanometrials in vivo Guest

Xueyun gao

Time TopicPorous polymeric materials for miniaturised separations and sample preparation Guest

Emily Hilder
University of South Australia

Time TopicTea break Guest

Time Topicntegrating high resolution mass spectrometry with cheminformatics for standardized, routine non-targeted metabolomics Guest

Oliver Fiehn
University of California

Time TopicIntegrating high resolution mass spectrometry with cheminformatics for standardized, routine non-targeted metabolomics Guest

Philip Marriott
Monash University

Time TopicPoster Award Selection Guest

Time TopicDinner Party and Poster Award Giving Ceremony Guest

  • Session I: New Technologies and Methods

Time Topic Guest
Time TopicPosition selective fabrication of nano-wire and its application to sensing device Guest

Katsumi Uchiyama
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Former Vice President of Japan Society for Analytical Chemistryemistry

Time TopicThermo gravimetry coupled to APPI-qMS for plasticizer analysis and drug control Guest

Florian Uteschil
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Time TopicDroplet-based microfluidic systems for automated nanoliter-scale analysis and screening Guest

Qun Fang
Director of Institute of Microanalysis, Associate Editor of Talanta Zhejiang University

Time TopicDeveloping NMR methods for atomic interaction measurements in proteins Guest

Yao Lishan
Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Time TopicSingle nanoparticle electrochemistry Guest

Wei Ma
East China University of Science and Technology

Time TopicComprehensive multidimensional separations: Is there room for improvements? Guest

Tadeusz Gorecki
University of Waterloo, Canada

Time TopicBio-compatible Fluidic Components Boost Bio-UHPLC Analysis Guest

Audrey Schrock
Senior Product Solutions Manager IDEX Health & Science llc.

  • Session II: Drug Analysis

Time Topic Guest
Time TopicSynthesis, purification and analysis of pharmaceutical reference standards Guest

Jens Boertz
LGC Standards GmbH LGC

Time TopicPhoto-Induced Plasmonic Dark-Field Light Scattering Imaging for Analytical and Biomedical Pharmacy Guest

Prof. Cheng Zhi Huang
Southwest University, China

Time TopicDrug enantiomer differeciation using cyclodextrin sensitized separation/sensing platforms Guest

Yong Wang
Tianjin University

Time TopicIdentification of traditional Chinese medicine Schisandra from different places based on LF-NMR and chemometric methods Guest

Meijun Zhang
Dalian University of Technology

Time TopicIn-vivo characterization of antibodies using LC-MS Guest

Annika Doell
AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG

Time TopicApplication of A Chiral Plasmonic Array to Proteome: From Protein Identification to Conformation Monitoring Guest

Prof. Weili Wei
Chair of Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis Chongqing University

Time TopicGCMS Application in genotoxic impurity analysis Guest

Wang Yangyang
GCMS Application Engineer Agilent Technologies (China) Co.,Ltd.)

  • Session III: Sample Preparation

Time Topic Guest
Time TopicDirect coupling of SPME to MS: Can it replace LC/MS? Guest

Janus Pawliszyn
University of Waterloo, Canada

Time TopicMetal-organic frameworks: A new approach to tuning performance of organic polymer-based monolithic columns Guest

Frantisek Svec
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Time TopicRapid and selective separation of sulfamethoxazole using pH responsive molecularly-imprinted magnetic polymers Guest

Wanzhen Xu
Jiangsu University

Time TopicOptimization of Sample Preparation for Total Reflection X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry and of its Application to Aqueous Solutions Analysists Guest

Xinlei Zhang
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Time TopicThe importance of sample preparation in the Foodomics evaluation of food ingredients anticancer activity Guest

Alejandro Cifuentes
National Research Council of Spain (CSIC)

Time TopicIonic Liquids and Their Derivatives in the Isolation and Sensing of Biomacromolecules Guest

Jianhua Wang
Northeastern University, China Vice President, Associate Editor of Talant

Time TopicApplication of Enhanced Matrix Removal-Lipid Cartridges for Sample Preparation in Food Analysis Guest

Yang Xia
Agilent Technologies (China) Co.,Ltd.

  • Session IV: Environmental and Food Analysis

Time Topic Guest
Time TopicMineral Oil Residues in Food - Occurrence, Sources and Composition Guest

Erich Leitner
Graz University of Technology, Austria

Time TopicStructural and Kinetic Analysis for Gas Adsorption onto ZIF-8 using Terahertz Spectroscopy Guest

Nobuaki Ogawa
Executive Director & Chief Vice President Akita University, Japan

Time TopicDevelopment of the high-sensitive monitoring method of arsenic by chemiluminescence Guest

Xiangnan Dou
Tsinghua University

Time TopicElectrical detection of biogenic amines by organic transistors Guest

Tsuyoshi Minami
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo

Time TopicTea Break Guest

Time TopicThe Decade of the non-metals in elemental speciation: Non-targeted analysis using HPLC-ICPMS/ESI-qTOFMS Guest

Jörg Feldmann
University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Time TopicPreparation, characterization, and application of a protein nanocapsule, encapsulin Guest

Masafumi Odaka
Akita University, Japan

Time TopicPortable and sensitive gold immunoassay device for on-site rapid detection of clenobuterol hydrochloride Guest

Qi Peng
Fuzhou University

Time TopicGreen Foodomics applied to the isolation and purification of bioactive compounds with antiproliferative activity Guest

Elena Ibañez
National Research Council of Spain (CSIC)

  • Session V: New developments in separation techniques and mass spectrometry

Time Topic Guest
Time TopicHPLC-TOC联用研究环境市政水中的有机分子尺寸组成:SEC TOC检测器 Guest

Paulina Gu
APAC Application Specialist SUEZ Water Technologies (Shanghai) Co., Ltd

Time TopicµLC+LC-IM-qTOF-MS for complex samples such as lipidome or proteome Guest

Oliver J. Schmitz
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Time TopicQuantitative Tools for metabophenomics Guest

Huiru Tang
Fudan University, China

Time TopicBiomolecule-responsive polymer: From recognition to applications in post-translational modification proteomics Guest

Guangyan Qing
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Time TopicDetermination of triglycerides in Schisandrae chinensis fructus oil based on GC-MS, LC-MS and FT-ICR-MS Guest

Can Gong
Shanghai Institute of Technology

Time TopicTea Break Guest

Time TopicPlant-derived high affine anti-microcystin antibody for bioanalytical applications Guest

Dietmar Knopp
Technical University Munich, Germany

Time TopicToward Lipidomic Biomarkers by nanoflow UPLC-ESI-MS/MS Guest

Myeong Moon
President, Korean Society of Mass Spectrometry (KSMS) Yonsei University, South Korea

Time TopicGraphene Oxide Aggregate-assisted LDI-MS for the Direct Analysis of Triacylglycerol in Complex Biological Samples Guest

Kai Liang
Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Time TopicStructure of Insoluble Coke in SAPO-34: Evidence From GC-MS Analysis of Soluble Coke Guest

Mingjian Luo
College of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Northeast Petroleum University

  • Session VI: Biomarker analysis

Time Topic Guest
Time TopicHealthy Human Plasma Lipidome: Study by High-Resolution Guest

Andrej Shevchenko
MPI of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany

Time TopicComprehensive Chromatography (GCxGC and LCxLC) coupled to tq-Mass Spectrometry for Complex Samples Analysis with a Dedicated Quali/quantitative Software Guest

Peter Q. Tranchida
University of Messina, Italy

Time TopicQuantitative point-of-care testing based on the photothermal effect of nanoparticles using a thermometer as readout Guest

Yingzhou Tao
Fuzhou University

Time TopicThe paper-based chemiluminescence immunodevice with different washing and immobilization technique Guest

Wei Liu
Shaanxi Normal University

Time TopicTea Break Guest

Time TopicMicrofluidics-based bio-analysis Guest

Xingyu Jiang
Associate Editor of Nanoscale Nanoscale National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Time TopicOptical spectroscopies for the characterization of exosomes and other extracellular vesicles Guest

Carlo Morasso
Nanomedicine and Molecular Imaging Lab, Italy

Time TopicInvestigate a novel technique based on PG for early screening of depression markers Guest

Fangdi Hu
Lanzhou University

Time TopicPeptoid nanostructures for serum-based early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease Guest

Ling Zhu
National Center for Nanoscience and Technology

  • Oliver J. Schmitz

    University of Duisburg-Essen,Germany

    In 2009 Oliver J. Schmitz got a full professor in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Wuppertal (BUW). Between 2010 and 2012 he was the chair of the Analytical Chemistry department at BUW. Since 2013 Schmitz has been a full professor at the University of Duisburg-Essen and is the chair of the Institute of Applied Analytical Chemistry.
    2009 he cofounded the company iGenTraX UG which develops new ion sources and units to couple separation techniques with mass spectrometers. In 2011 Oliver was one of the founding directors of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Pure and Applied Mass Spectrometry, University of Wuppertal and in 2018 he has founded the Teaching and Research Center for Separation (TRC) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He is the author/co‐author of one textbook and 9 book chapters, 76 papers published in peer reviewed journals, more than 120 lectures and 4 patents.
    Prof. Schmitz´s main research area is separation science, with a particular focus on the analysis of complex samples, the development of ion sources, the use and optimization of multidimensional LC and GC, ion mobility-mass spectrometry and coupling analytical techniques with mass spectrometers. He is member of several editorial boards and was awarded the scholar-in-training award of the American Association for Cancer Research in 2003, the Gerhard-Hesse Prize for chromatography in 2013 and in the same year the Fresenius Lecturer. Since 2013 Prof. Schmitz is organizing – together with national partners – Sino-German workshops and analytica conferences in China, India and Vietnam.

  • Prof. Yuliang ZHAO

    Deputy Director-General, National Center for Nanosciences and Technology of China

    Professor of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Deputy Director-General, National Center for Nanosciences and Technology of China.
    He graduated from Sichuan Univ. in 1985, and received PhD at Tokyo Metropolitan Univ. in 1999. He moved to Chinese Academy of Sciences from RIKEN in 2001.
    Research Interest: He proposed the toxicity study of engineered nanomaterials in 2001, and was a pioneer with innovative ideas for initiating the study on nanosafety and nanomedicine. His work focuses on biological effects/activities and functions of nanomaterials with an emphasis on the establishment of reliable and valid analysis methods for the testing of nanomaterials and nanomedicines in biological systems and understanding of the chemical/biological mechanisms of nanomedicine and nanosafety, which has led to the discovery of a new-concept nanomedicine for cancer therapeutics as well as an ISO standard analytical methods, etc.
    Publications: He published ~500 peer-review scientific papers, 8 editorials in international journals, with citation by >34000 times (H-index 93); edited and published 13 books, 3 books in English and 10 books in Chinese, with his earliest efforts on systematizing the knowledge for nanosafety in category of nanomaterials, and made significant contribution to building the knowledge framework for nanotoxicology.
    Invited/Plenary Lectures: He delivered > 260 invited and plenary lectures at conferences, universities, and institutes worldwide.
    Prize/Awards: The elected Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2017), the TWAS Prize in Chemistry (2016), National Prize for Natural Sciences (2012), China Award for Outstanding Contribution on Toxicology (2015), Beijing Award for Leading Talent in Science & Technology (2014), the 60 Years Achievement of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2009); Beijing Award for Science and Technology (2008), the Chinese Academy of Sciences-Bayer Young Scientist Award (2006), the National Natural Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars (2005), etc.

  • Professor Emily F. Hilder

    University of South Australia | Future Industries Institute

    Professor Emily Hilder is the Director of the University of South Australia’s Future Industries Institute (FII). The mission of FII is to creation of new industries through collaboration, to transform the industries of today by supporting them to embrace emerging technological disruptions to create the industries of tomorrow. She is also Deputy Director of the ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies (ASTech) and Deputy Director of the ARC Research Hub for Integrated Device for End-user Analysis at Low-levels (IDEAL). Emily is an analytical chemist and her research focuses on the design and application of new polymeric materials that can be used to improve analytical measurements including the application of these new technologies for separations, bio-analysis and disease diagnosis. Emily enjoys working with industry and end-users to realise the practical benefits of fundamental research with her research contributing to the development of new commercial products including chromatography columns and consumables and materials and products for microsampling and storage of blood and other fluids.

    She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and has been recognized by a number of awards including the Doreen Clark Medal (RACI), Jubilee Medal (ChromSoc, UK), LCGC (North America) Emerging Leader in Chromatography and was included in the 2013 and 2015 Analytical Scientist Power List of the World’s 100 Most Influential Analytical Scientists, in 2014 as one of the ‘top 40 under 40’, 2016 as one of the 50 most influential women in the field and in 2017 as one of the top 10 leaders in analytical science. She has over 120 refereed publications and has secured over $22M in research funding since 2004. She is an Editor of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (Springer Nature).

    Emily was born and raised in Tasmania and is a graduate of the University of Tasmania where she completed BSc(hons) in 1996 and her PhD in analytical chemistry in 2000. Following postdoctoral positions in the Institute of Analytical Chemistry at Johannes Kepler University (Austria) and the Materials Science Division, E.O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley (USA) she returned to Australia and the University of Tasmania in 2004 as part of the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) where she held an ARC Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship from 2004-2007 and ARC Future Fellowship from 2010-2014 and was Director of ASTech and Head of Chemistry from 2014-2015 before relocating to the University of South Australia in 2016.

  • Prof. Dr. Oliver Fiehn

    University of California, Davis | NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center

    Prof. Oliver Fiehn has pioneered developments and applications in metabolomics with over 220 publications to date, starting in 1998 as postdoctoral scholar and from 2000 onwards as group leader at the Max-Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology in Potsdam, Germany. Since 2004 he is Professor at the UC Davis Genome Center, overseeing his research laboratory and the satellite core service laboratory in metabolomics research. Since 2012, he serves as Director of the NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center, supervising 35 staff operating 16 mass spectrometers.

    Professor Fiehn’s research aims at understanding metabolism on a comprehensive level in human population cohorts, animal and plant models, and cells and microorganisms. In order to leverage data from these diverse sets of biological systems, his research laboratory focuses on standardizing metabolomic reports and establishing metabolomic databases and libraries, for example the MassBank of North America (http://massbank.us) that hosts over 200,000 public metabolite mass spectra and BinBase, a resource of over 110,000 samples covering more than 2,000 studies. Professor Fiehn’s laboratory members develop and implement new approaches and technologies in analytical chemistry for covering the metabolome, from increasing peak capacity by ion mobility to compound identifications through cheminformatics workflows and software. He collaborates with a range of investigators for interpreting metabolomic data in human diseases through statistics, text mining and pathway-based mapping efforts. He also studies fundamental biochemical questions from metabolite damage repair to the new concept of epimetabolites, the chemical transformation of primary metabolites that gain regulatory functions in cells.

    For his work, Professor Fiehn has received a range of awards including the 2014 Molecular & Cellular Proteomics Lecture Award and the 2014 Metabolomics Society Lifetime Achievement Award. He served on the Board of Directors of the Metabolomics Society from 2005-2010 and 2012-2015, organizing a range of workshops and conferences, including the 2011 Asilomar metabolomics meeting and the 2015 Metabolomics Society international conference in San Francisco.

  • Professor Philip J Marriott

    Monash University, School of Chemistry

    Professor Marriott’s career includes PhD in Chemistry (LaTrobe Univ., Melbourne), postdoctoral research (Univ. of Bristol, UK), and academic appointments at the National University of Singapore (Chemistry), RMIT and now Professor of Chemistry at Monash Univ., Melbourne.
    His primary research is in GC and MS, specifically in very high resolution comprehensive 2D GC (GCGC) and multidimensional GC, with MS and other detectors, including fundamental method development and a broad applications base, which includes petrochemicals, essential oils, natural products, pollutants and pesticides, fatty acids, and chiral analysis.
    He received an Australian Research Council Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (2013), and Australian Academy of Science professorial visits in collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Science to China, and to Portugal. He received a World Class University Distinguished Professorship under the Korean National Research Foundation (Chung Ang Univ), and a CNPq Special Researcher Award from Brazil (UFRJ and Embrapa), for a project on coffee and natural oils.
    Professor Marriott has published 375 research papers and book chapters.

  • Prof. Dr. Peter Q. Tranchida

    University of Duisburg-Essen,Germany

    Prof. Dr. Peter Q. Tranchida currently occupies a position as Associate Professor in Food Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry, Biological, Pharmaceutical and Environmental Sciences (University of Messina, Italy).
    His research activities are focused mainly on the study of complex food samples by using advanced chromatography processes, such as fast and very-fast gas chromatographic systems. Furthermore, he has been devoted to the evaluation of ultimate generation stationary phases (i.e., ionic liquids), and, in particular, in the development and application of classical multidimensional and comprehensive two-dimensional chromatography systems. Specifically, he has performed a great deal of research work in the field of classical multidimensional gas chromatography, multidimensional liquid-gas chromatography, and comprehensive 2D gas chromatography (GC×GC).
    In the field GC×GC, he has performed applications, method optimization studies, and introduced a new form of flow modulation. In 2012, at the"9th GC×GC symposium", held in Riva del Garda, he was awarded the "John Phillips Award", for his outstanding achievements in the field of comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography. In terms of mass spectrometry systems, he currently uses rapid-scanning single quadrupole, triple quadrupole, and high-resolution time-of-flight devices.
    Prof. Tranchida is currently Editor of Journal of Separation Science (Wiley), and has co-authored approx. 120 scientific papers and given over 270 oral/poster presentations in national and international meetings.

  • Janusz Pawliszyn 

    University Professor and Canada Research Chair

    The primary focus of Professor Pawliszyn's research program is the design of highly automated and integrated instrumentation for the isolation of analytes from complex matrices and the subsequent separation, identification and determination of these species. Currently his research is focusing on elimination of organic solvents from the sample preparation step to facilitate on-site monitoring and in-vivo analysis. Several alternative techniques to solvent extraction are investigated including use of coated fibers, packed needles, membranes and supercritical fluids. Dr. Pawliszyn is exploring application of the computational and modeling techniques to enhance performance of sample preparation, chromatographic separations and detection. The major area of his interest involves the development and application of imaging detection techniques for microcolumn chromatography, capillary electrophoresis and micro chip separation devices.

    He is an author of over 600 scientific publications and a book on Solid Phase Microextraction. His Hirsch Index (H-index) is 88. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, editor in chief or Trends in Analytical Chemistry, editor of Analytica Chimica Acta and Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis. He initiated a conference, “ExTech”, focusing on new advances in sample preparation and disseminates new scientific developments in the area, which meets every year in different part of the world.

    He received the 1995 McBryde Medal, the 1996 Tswett Medal, the 1996 Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography Award, the 1996 Caledon Award, the Jubilee Medal 1998 from the Chromatographic Society, U.K., the 2000 Maxxam Award from Canadian Society for Chemistry, the 2000 Varian Lecture Award from Carleton University, the Alumni Achievement Award for 2000 from Southern Illinois University, the Humboldt Research Award for 2001, 2002 COLACRO Medal, 2003 Canada Research Chair, in 2006 he has been elected to the most cited chemists by ISI, in 2008 he received A.A. Benedetti-Pichler Award from Eastern Analytical Symposium, 2008 Andrzej Waksmundzki Medal from Polish Academy of Sciences, 2008 Manning Principal Award, 2010 Torbern Bergman Medal from the Swedish Chemical Society, 2010 Ontario Premier’s Innovation Award, 2010 Marcel Golay Award, 2010 ACS Award in Separation Science and Technology, 2011 PittCon Dal Nogare Award, 2012 E.W.R. Steacie Award, 2013 CIC Environmental Research and Development Award, 2013 CIC LeSueur Memorial Award, 2015 Maria Skłodowska-Curie Medal from Polish Chemical Society, 2015 Halász Medal Award from the Hungarian Society for Separation Sciences, 2017 Pittsburgh Conference Analytical Chemistry Award, the 2017 Eastern Analytical Symposium Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry and 2018 ACS Award in Chromatography.. He presently holds the Canada Research Chair and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Chair in New Analytical Methods and Technologies. He presently holdsthe Canada Research Chair and NSERC Industrial Research Chair in New
    Analytical Methods and Technologies.

  • Dr. Jens Boertz

    LGC Standards GmbH

    Dr. Jens Boertz is Senior Product Manager Pharma at LGC Standards in Wesel, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany. He has a diploma in Chemistry and a PhD from Duisburg-Essen University for the investigation of bismuth metabolism using mass spectrometric techniques. Before Dr. Boertz joined LGC he was laboratory manager at Fraunhofer Society, Research Fellow at European Commission´s Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements (IRMM, Geel, Belgium) and Senior Product Manager Analytical Reagents at Sigma-Aldrich (Buchs SG, Switzerland). Moreover, he was founding member of the reference materials group at the German standardization body (DIN, Berlin) and German delegate at the International Organization for Standardization (ISO, Geneva) for reference material related topics, e.g. the conversion of ISO Guide 34 into ISO 17034. In 2017 he has been appointed to the Chinese National Drug Reference Standard Committee of the National Institutes for Food and Drug Control (NIFDC) in Beijing/People´s Republic of China for 5 years.

  • Prof. Dr. Alejandro Cifuentes

    Head of Foodomics Laboratory | Director of Metabolomics Platform
    Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL) | National Research Council of Spain (CSIC)

    Alejandro Cifuentes is a Full Research Professor at the National Research Council of Spain (CSIC) in Madrid, Head of the Laboratory of Foodomics and Director of the Metabolomics Platform (International Excellence Campus UAM+CSIC). He has been Director of the Institute of Food Science Research and Deputy Director of the Institute of Industrial Fermentations, both belonging to CSIC. Alejandro's activity includes advanced analytical methods development for Foodomics (including transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics), food quality and safety, as well as isolation and characterization of natural bioactive compounds. He holds different national and international awards, is member of the Editorial Board of 15 international journals (including Journal of Chromatography A, Journal of Separation Science, Food Analytical Methods and International Journal of Molecular Sciences) and Editor of Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Electrophoresis, and American Journal of Advanced Food Science. He has published more than 250 SCI papers, 20 books and book chapters and 9 patents. His h index is 64 (November, 2017) and his works have received more than 13000 citations. Alejandro has given more than 150 invited lectures in different national and international meetings in Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Oceania. He has defined for the first time in a SCI journal the new discipline of Foodomics.

  • Annika Doell

    AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co.KG Drug Product Development

    Annika Doell is a Ph.D. candidate performing research in collaboration between the Drug Product Development Department of the BioPharma company AbbVie and the Institute of Applied Analytical Chemistry at the University of Duisburg-Essen.
    Her research focuses on developing a new approach using sensitive Nano-HPLC MS/MS for the characterization of biotherapeutics in-vivo. She holds a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in Biotechnology from Mannheim University of Applied Sciences.

  • Prof. Dr Jörg Feldmann

    the University of Aberdeen (UK) | Professor for Chemistry and Director of TESLA

    Jörg Feldmann studied chemistry at the University of Essen and received his Dr rer nat from
    the Institute of Environmental Analytical Chemistry in 1995. He spent more than 2 years at
    the University of British Columbia (Canada) as a Feodor Lynen Fellow (AvH) before moving
    to the University of Aberdeen (UK) in 1997 and since 2004 he has been Professor for Chemistry
    and Director of TESLA (Trace Element Speciation Laboratory). TESLA has around 20 researchers,
    mainly PhD students and postdoctoral fellows. His work on the analysis of arsenic metabolites was influential for the introduction of a maximum contaminant level in rice by the WHO in 2015. His work has always been hypothesis driven by unravelling environmental and biological problems and by developing novel analytical systems such as the simultaneous coupling of HPLC to ICP-MS as an element detector and ESI-MS as a molecular detector. At present, he has published more than
    240 peer-reviewed papers in more than 70 journals which have gained more than 12,000 citations (h-index 60) and he has given more than 130 invited/ keynote and plenary lectures. He has, among other editorial activities, been on the ABC International Advisory Board since 2005 and has a
    visiting Professorship at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil. Recent prizes are the biennial European Award for Plasma Spectrochemistry in 2015 and the RSC Interdisciplinary Award and Medal in 2016.

  • Professor Tadeusz Górecki

    Department of Chemistry

    Tadeusz Górecki is a professor at the Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo (ON). He obtained his M.Sc. Engineer (1981) and Ph.D. (1986) degrees from the Gdansk University of Technology, Poland, and the Professor of Chemical Sciences degree (2009) from the President of the Republic of Poland. Prof. Górecki’s main research area is separation science, with a particular focus on comprehensive two‐dimensional gas and liquid chromatography (GC×GC and LCxLC), passive sampling, and environmental analysis. He is the author/co‐author of 25 books/book chapters, over 160 papers published in peer reviewed journals, nearly 290 conference contributions (including more than 60 invited presentations) and 6 patents. He is the recipient of the Waksmundzki Medal awarded by the Committee on Analytical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences for the contributions to separation science, and the winner of the 2017 GCxGC Lifetime Achievement Award at the 41st International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography & the 14th GCxGC Symposium. His papers have been cited nearly 6000 times.

  • Prof. Dr. Dietmar Knopp

    Technical University Munich | Chair of Analytical Chemistry and Water Chemistry, Bioanalytic and Microarray Group

    In 1985 Dietmar Knopp obtained PhD degree (Biochemistry) from University of Leipzig, 1986 postgraduate degree (Toxicological Chemistry/Medical Toxicology) from Academy of Physicians in Berlin and 1992 Habilitation (Applied Biochemistry) from Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. After working for 15 years on Environmental Toxicology, he moved in 1991 to the Technical University Munich, Chair of Analytical Chemistry where he built the working group Bioanalytics.
    The research field of Prof. Knopp is the analytical determination of trace organic chemicals in environmental and food samples using new bioanalytical methods, incl. generation of different types of antibodies (polyclonal, monoclonal, recombinant) and molecular imprinted polymers (MIPs) against small organic molecules (pesticides, PAHs, mycotoxins, pharmaceuticals, alkaloids), development and application of a variety of assay formats (immunoassays, membrane-based lateral-flow-assays, immunoaffinity columns) and new bio-functionalized nanoparticles. He is member of several editorial boards.

  • Prof. DI Dr. techn. Erich LEITNER

    Graz, University of Technology | Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry

    Actual position:
    Head of the institute and head of the research group
    “Food Chemistry and Human Sensory Analysis” at the Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry at the Graz University of Technology

    Academic Career:
    Trained analytical chemist, both Master and PhD were carried out at the (former name) Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Micro and Radiochemistry (TUG) dealing with organic trace analysis. In the late 80ies he established the method for dioxin analysis at the institute.
    1993 he moved to the Institute of Food Chemistry and Food Technology where he established the research group for “aroma analysis”. With the retirement of the institute’s head 2008 the Institute was liquidated and his research group was reintegrated in the Institute of Analytical Chemistry. At that time the institute was renamed to the today´s name.

    Research Focus:
    Identification of volatile and odor active substances in food and food contact materials. For this purpose, human sensory techniques and ultra trace analytical methods mainly based on gas chromatography are used. He is interested in multidimensional separation, sample preparation and the development of ultra trace methods valid for routine analysis.

    Teaching Activities:
    Beside a wide range of lectures in analytical chemistry and sensory analysis Prof. Leitner offers several training courses in analytical chemistry (gas chromatography, sample preparation and mass spectroscopy) and sensory analysis for industrial partners.
    He is also the co organizer of the two semester post graduate course “Food Chemistry and Technology” for the food industry.
    In addition he is the initiator and coordinator of the summer school “Food Chemistry and Culinary Art” in cooperation with the Food Science Department of the University of Arkansas

  • Prof. Chengzhi Huang

    Southwest University

    Prof. Chengzhi Huang graduated from Southwest Normal University in 1986 with a Bachelor degree and worked as an assistant researcher for four years there. He received his Mater degree of analytical chemistry in 1993 from Beijing Normal University and his Ph.D. degree of analytical chemistry from Peking University in 1996. From 1998 to 1999, he worked as a visiting researcher at the department of Analysis and Biochemistry, Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan). Then he did his post-doctoral research at University of Ottawa (2000-2001) and University of Tokyo (2001-2003). He was promoted to professor in 1998 and accepted tutor of Ph. D. students in 2000.
    His research focuses on the development of advanced analytical tools for better understanding of complex biological events and kinetics of biochemical catalysis reactions. For example, the use of plasmonic nanoparticles as imaging agents and biosensors based on dark-field microscopy and tracking single viruses infecting their host cells using quantum dots. Up to now, he has published more than 430 research papers in the journals such as ACS Nano, Chem. Sci., Green Chem., Biomaterials, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, Small, Anal. Chem., Chem. Commun..

  • Dr. Andrej Shevchenko

    Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics

    Since 2001 Andrej Shevchenko is a Group Leader in MPI of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden. His main interests are quantitative proteomics, high resolution shotgun lipidomics and impact of diets on the homeostasis of lipids and proteins. His group developed several methods widely used in bioanalytical practice e.g. MS BLAST for identifying proteins in organisms with unknown genomes; a method of targeted multiplexed absolute quantification MS Western; lipidomics software LipidXplorer; lipid extraction by MTBE, among others. He has published more than 250 articles in peer-reviewed journal (h-index=97) and is a recipient of German Mass Spectrometry Society award for distinguished contribution in biological mass spectrometry (2011).

  • Dr. Florian Uteschil

    University of Duisburg-Essen | Applied Analytical Chemistry

    In 2006, Florian Uteschil started studying the interdisciplinary course water science at the University Duisburg-Essen (UDE). After finishing the bachelor thesis at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, he came back to UDE to specialize in analytical chemistry instrumentation.
    In 2012, he finished his master thesis in the Instrumental Analytical Chemistry group of PD Dr. Ursula Telgheder. The master thesis was an analytical instrumentation for field-based ion mobility spectrometers, which resulted in several co-authorships. Between 2013 and 2016 he did his doctorate in the field of ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) in combination with laser induced fluorescence detection. The PhD thesis included a patent and a publication. The thesis contributed to ongoing projects with direct inlet probe in combination with IMS.
    Since the end of 2017 he is doing his post doctorate in the Applied Analytical Chemistry group of Prof. Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz. His main activity is currently the management of cooperation projects with international partners from industry. This includes also the research and development performed at the University laboratories.
    The research fields of Dr. Florian Uteschil are the development of ion sources, ion mobility spectrometry and coupling analytical techniques with mass spectrometers. He was awarded with the best master thesis award of the German Company Sachtleben in 2012.

  • Prof. Frantisek Svec

    Berkeley, California | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

    Frantisek Svec received both degrees B.S. in chemistry and Ph.D. degree in polymer chemistry from the Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague (Czech Republic). In 1976 he joined the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Prague. He accepted joined faculty at the Cornell University in 1992. Since 1997, he was appointed at the University of California, Berkeley and affiliated with the Molecular Foundry of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He was professor at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology in 2014-17. He accepted position at Pharmaceutical Faculty of the Charles University in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic in 2017. Dr. Svec authored over 450 scientific publications. According to Google Scholar this activity produced over 25,000 citations and an h-index of 100. He edited 2 books, and authored 75 patents. He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Separation Science and the Separation Science Plus. He received numerous awards and distinctions for his pioneering work with monoliths including ACS award in Chromatography, A.J.P. Martin gold medal of the UK Chromatographic Society, CASSS award, and many others. F. Svec is best known for his research in the area of monoliths and their use in applications including liquid chromatography, electrochromatography, supports for solid phase chemistry, enzyme immobilization, and microfluidics.

  • Prof. Myeong Hee Moon

    Yonsei University

    Prof. Myeong Hee Moon received his B.S. in chemistry from Yonsei University in 1987. He received his Ph.D. in physical analytical chemistry from University of Utah in 1991 under the late prof. Calvin J. Giddings and spent one more year in Utah as a post-doctoral associate. He got his first position at Dept. of chemistry, Kangnung National University in 1994, moved to Pusan National University in 1999, and he is now at Dept, of Chemistry, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea since 2003.

    His research has been focused to develop methodology in flow field-flow fractionation (FFF) for the separation and characterization of biological macromolecules. Efforts were made to develop various FFF channel systems such as frit-inlet asymmetrical flow FFF, hollow fiber flow field-flow fractionation (HF-FlFFF or HF5), multidimensional separation techniques using isloelectric focusing and asymmetrical FlFFF (IEF-AF4) for protein separation, and miniaturized AF4 for direct ESI-MS of lipidomics and for direct ICP-MS of metalloproteins. His research interests also include lipidomic analysis for the study of disease related biomarkers by utilizing on-line or off-line hyphenation of FlFFF with nanoflow LC-ESI-MS/MS. He has published over 170 scientific articles and received awards from Korean Chemical Society (2007), the Korean Society of Analytical Sciences (2009), and Carbon Culture Institute (2013).
    He served as the president of the Korean Society of Mass Spectrometry (KSMS) in 2016-17 and as the member of editorial board of Anal. Chem. and J. Proteomics. He currently serves as a board member of International Mass Spectrometry Foundation (IMSF) from 2016 and the chair of the International Committee of Asia Oceania Mass Spectrometry Conference (AOMSC).

  • Prof. Katsumi Uchiyama

    Vice President of Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry

    Prof. Uchiyama got a PhD degree in pharmacology at Hoshi University at 1987. He studied and worked in Hoshi University from 1983 to 1995. He moved to Tokyo Metropolitan University at 1995 then he is currently a professor of Department of Applied Chemistry in Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan. His current research interest is micro analytical chemistry including analytical use of ink-jet device, capillary electrophoresis and nano/micro fabrication of micro chemical device. He is the author and co-author of more than 200 original research papers and 13 books. He has 8 important patents on microfluidic device, inkjet and micro optical device. He has been vice president of Japan Society of Analytical Chemistry (2013~2018). He was awarded a prize of Chemical Education from Chemical Society Japan at 2014, awarded most excellent paper (2001,2008) Japanese Journal of Japan Society of Analytical Chemistry and Otani Prize (1983).

  • Prof. Jianhua Wang

    Northeastern University

    Professor Jian-Hua Wang was born in 1962 in Shandong, China. He obtained his B.Sc from Department of Chemistry, Nankai University, and M.Sc from Jilin University, China. He was awarded a PhD degree by Technical University of Denmark. He has been an Associate Editor for TALANTA since Dec. 2004. He was a member of International Advisory Board for Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (2006-2010).
    His current research interest is focused on the exploitation of flow analysis protocols and hyphenation techniques, isolation of trace level of analytes (metals and biomacromolecules) from complex sample matrices and life science analysis.

  • Prof. Qun Fang

    Zhejiang University

    Dr. Qun Fang is a Qiushi Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Zhejiang University, and the Director of the Institute of Microanalytical Systems in the Department of Chemistry. His research interests include microfluidic analysis, capillary electrophoresis, flow injection analysis, and miniaturization of analytical instruments, especially the development of automated and high-throughput droplet-based microfluidic analysis techniques for biochemical analysis, high-throughput screening, point-of-care testing, and single cell analysis. He has published more than 110 peer-reviewed papers in these areas, and has 22 patents issued in the area of microfluidics. He is the recipient of the China National Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists (2008) and the Liang Shu-Quan Award for Fundamental Research in Analytical Chemistry by Chinese Chemical Society (2015).

  • Prof. Xingyu Jiang

    University of Chinese Academy of Sciences | National Center for NanoSci & Tech, China

    Xingyu Jiang is a Chair Professor at the Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China. He obtained his BS at the University of Chicago (1999) and PhD at Harvard University (with Prof. George Whitesides, 2004). In 2005, he joined the National Center for NanoScience and Technology and the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He moved to the Southern University of Science and Technology in 2018. His research interests include microfluidics and nanomedicine. He was awarded the “Hundred Talents Plan” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the National Science Foundation of China’s Distinguished Young Scholars Award, the Scopus Young Researcher Gold Award, the Human Frontier Science Program Young Investigator Award. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, an associate editor of Nanoscale (Royal Society of Chemistry, UK).

  • Dr. Carlo Morasso

    Nanomedicine and Molecular Imaging Lab, Italy

    Dr. Carlo Morasso (Male) has been recently (Nov. 2017) appointed as senior scientist at the newly inaugurated Nanomedicine and Molecular Imaging Laboratory of ICS Maugeri SpA, a research hospital in Pavia (Italy), where he is in charge of the scientific activities. The aim of the laboratory is to develop new tools for the monitoring for cancer and neurological disorders.
    Prior to the current position Dr. Morasso got a PhD in medicinal chemistry at the University of Milan in 2008 working, under the supervision of Prof Bellini and prof Prosperi, at the development of a new biosensor based on the use of low refractive index polymers. After the PhD, he moved to the London Centre for Nanotechnology (University College London), under the supervision of Prof Rachel McKendry, working on micro-cantilever sensors and Surface Plasmon Resonance. The main focus of his work during this period was the development of a multi-marker assay for the detection of HIV infection. For 2011 to 2017, Carlo joined IRCCS Don Gnocchi where he contributes to the set up the newly established laboratory of Nanomedicine (LABION). During this period, Dr. Morasso contributed to win more than 2 million € in competitive grants and has been project coordinator of an Euronaomed ERA-NET project involving 4 partners from 3 different countries (IT, FR, UK).
    His main research interests are focused on the use of plasmonic nanoparticles, nanostructured materials and modern optical methods such as Raman spectroscopy for the implementation of new diagnostic tools to be used in the diagnosis of cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. Dr Morasso is a member of SPIE the international society for optics and photonics.

  • Prof. Dr. Huiru Tang

    Fudan University, China

    Metabonomes contain tens of thousands of metabolites which have many different functions with a huge concentration dynamic range, diverse properties and matrices. Quantitative metabonomic analysis is, therefore, essential for understanding all metabonomic phenotypes (or metabophenomes) of mammalian physiology and pathophysiology of various diseases. Although metabonomic science has made huge progress in both technical and application areas during last 19 years, developing efficient novel analytical technologies remains to be one of the most urgent and important tasks to achieve accurate quantitative metabonomic analysis. NMR and MS are still the dominant metabophenotyping tools though their combinations have increasingly become attractive with complementary information from them. In this presentation, we will discuss the requirements of quantitative metabophenomics and strategies to fulfill such tasks followed with some recent methodological advances in our lab in terms of both NMR and UHPLC-MS technologies. We will also discuss the major challenges in metabophenomic analysis and possible strategies to overcome these problems with some integrated multiple-omics results presented.

  • Prof. Weili Wei

    Chongqing University

    魏为力,重庆大学“百人计划”青年学者特聘研究员,博士生导师,现为重庆大学药学院药物分析学系主任,主要从事生物医药分析和手性识别研究,在PNAS, Angew. Chem., Chem. Sci., Chem. Commun., Small, Nano Res., ACS Appl Interfaces等期刊发表系列论文,发表论文总SCI他引1500余次。

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