11th Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry
11th Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry - June 9-13, 2024 Loen, NORWAY
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Nordic Plasma 2024: Invited speakers

Lana Abou-Zeid , University of Ghent, Belgium: Recent advances in isotopic analysis using MC-ICP-MS: Analytical method developments and applications.

Davide Bleiner, , Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, (EMPA), Switzerland: Quantitative nano depth profiling by means of high-energy laser desorption ionization (HELDI).

Carsten Engelhard , BAM, Berlin & University of Siegen, Germany: Advancements in elemental and molecular mass spectrometry.

Jörg Feldmann , University of Graz, Austria: The importance of Non target screening and mass balances for fluorine with an emphasis on PFAS.

Dorota Bartczak , LGC Group, UK: Strategies for the reliable quantification of mass and number concentration of nanomaterials in food: The power of a multimethod approach centered around ICP-MS.

Walter Gössler , University of Graz, Austria: A closer look to the elemental world of mushrooms with HPLC coupled to ICP-MS.

Gary Hieftje , University of Indiana, USA: Plasma spectrochemistry – Origins and future.

Johanna Irrgeher , Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria: Enhanced stable isotopes tracking of elemental fluxes: From biological metabolism to industrial processes.

Uwe Karst , University of Münster, Germany: Multimodal chemical imaging for biomedical applications.

Andreas Limbeck , Technical University of Vienna, Austria: Multiscale elemental analysis of materials using Laser-Assisted Spectrochemistry

Maria Montes Bayón , University of Oviedo, Spain: Single cell ICP-MS analysis: expanding biomedical applications.

Vincent Motto-Ros , Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University, France: LIBS imaging: Recent advances and perspectives.

Daniel Pröfrock , Helmholtz Zentrum Hereon, Geesthacht, Germany: From rare trace elements to plastics – Application of ICP-MS and complementary techniques to study environmental impacts of the Anthropocene.

Jixin Qiao , Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark: From theory to practice: Implementing cutting-edge ICP-MS for swift radiochemical analysis.

Martin Šala , National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia: Alternative approaches to calibration in LA-ICP-MS.

Dirk Schaumlöffel , University of Pau, France: High-resolution bioimaging with nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry and complementary techniques.

Jacob T. Shelley , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA: Acoustic fields to shape, move, and gate ion beams for mass spectrometry.

Stefan Stürup , University of Copenhagen, Denmark: Drug counterfeits – identification via elemental isotope ratios and trace elemental patterns.

Joanna Szpunar , National Research Council of France, Pau, France: Plasma mass spectrometry in speciation analysis - present and future.

Thomas Zack , University of Gothenburg, Sweden: The need to meet: Mutual benefits for geochemists and chemists when discussing (LA)-ICP-MS/MS

Lu Yang , National Research Council Canada, Ottawa, Canada: Absolute isotope ratio measurements by MC-ICP-MS at NRC.