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Invited Speakers in 2016


Dmitry Bandura, Fluidigm Corporation, Toronto, Canada:
Recent advances in mass cytometry and tissue imaging

Carsten Engelhard, University of Siegen, Germany:
Hot and cold plasma for direct analysis of single nanoparticles, liquid crystal displays, and more

Joachim Franzke, Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften – ISAS, Dortmund, Germany:
Dielectric barrier discharge – From soft ionization to element excitation
 
Naoki Furuta, Chuo University, Japan:
Analysis of hard-to-digest ceramics by using laser ablation in liquid
 
Bente Gammelgaard, Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen, Denmark:
Speciation analysis with ICP-MS detection in drug development
 
Albert Gilmutdinov, Kazan National Research Technical University, Russia:
Inductivly coupled plasma: From analytical applications to additive manufacturing
 
Alexander Gundlach-Graham, ETH Zürich, Switzerland:
ICP-TOFMS for comprehensive elemental analysis of discrete samples: Application in laser ablation and single-nanoparticle analysis
 
Gary M. Hieftje, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA:
Is there no better plasma for spectrochemistry than the argon plasma?
 
Yann Lahaye, Geological Survey of Finland, Finland:
Measurements of isotopic ratios and trace elements for ore geology studies and exploration

Sandra Mounicou, Chargée de Recherche CNRS, Pau, France:
ICP-MS based techniques to track for uranium molecular targets in reproductive organs of Zebrafish
 
Sascha Novak, University of Münster, Germany:
Speciation of organophosphates and fluorophosphates in lithium ion battery electrolytes

R. Steven Pappas, CDC, Atlanta, USA:
A novel approach for speciation of Cr3+ and Cr6+ in total particulate matter from mainstream tobacco smoke utilizing ETV-ICP-MS
 
Rosario Pereiro, University of Oviedo, Spain:
State of the art and perspectives of plasma-based mass spectrometry techniques for direct solid analysis at the micro and nanoscale

Daniel Persson, University of Copenhagen, Denmark:
Multi-element bioimaging of plant tissues

James Ranville, Colorado School of Mines, USA:
New developments in the analysis of composite nanoparticles using single particle ICP-MS and field-flow-fractionation
 
Steven Ray, University of Buffalo, USA:
Distance of flight mass spectrometry and new modes of time-of-flight mass spectrometry: Developing new analytical capabilities through novel instrumental approaches

Andreas Riedo, Department of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden:
High-resolution chemical profiling of heterogeneous materials using Laser Ablation Ionization Mass Spectrometry (LIMS)
 
Davy Rousset, Institut National de Recherche et de Sécurité (INRS), Nancy, France:
Plasma-based mass spectrometry to characterize ultrafine particle exposure and reactivity in occupational environments

Rickard E. Russo, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, USA:
Measurements of isotope abundances in laser plasmas

Ilia Rodushkin, ALS Scandinavia, Luleå, Sweden:
Variability in trace element isotope composition in environmental matrices

Michael Sperling, University of Münster, Germany:
Speciation analysis and element-bioimaging: From genetic diseases to new implants
 
Jose Luis Todoli Torro, University of Alicante, Spain:
Improving ICP accuracy for the analysis of bioethanol samples by applying a new total consumption sample introduction device

Ari Väisänen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland:
Comparison of load coil and flat plasmas



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