Scientific Programme



Andrew Ray

CHAIR Patrick Sears

10:05  Recent developments in hot-stage microscopy-Direct Analysis in Real-Time mass spectrometry.

Lindsay Harding, University of Huddersfield

10:30  Using Rapid Evaporative Ionisation Mass Spectrometry (REIMS) to improve efficiency and add capability across a range of applications in a Pharmaceutical R&D environment.

Paul Abu-Rabie, GSK

10:55  A Thermal Extraction Ionisation Source (TEIS) for the Direct Analysis of Organic Compounds in Real Time.

Carl Fletcher, Mass Spec Analytical Ltd

11:20  SICRIT Mass Spectrometry: Simple, Smart and Sensitive.

Jan-Christoph Wolf, Plasmion GmbH


CHAIR Paul Abu-Rabie

13:10  Do we really need another ambient ionisation source? Exploring uses of the OPSI source.

Andrew Ray, AstraZeneca

13:35  Which Reactive Species are generated in a Nitrogen-Based Dielectric Barrier Discharge Ionization Source for Mass Spectrometry?

Luzia Gyr, ETH Zurich

14:00  Real-Time Authentication of food and beverages Using DART-QDa LiveID Analysis.

Sara Stead, Waters

14:25  Rapid Evaporative Ionisation Mass Spectrometry (REIMS) for the monitoring of bacterial growth and expression of exogenous proteins.

Joscelyn Harris University of Liverpool

14:50  COFFEE

15:10  Determination of the supercritical CO2 extraction end-point by using Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS) analysis.

Georgia Sanxaridou, Strathclyde University

15:35  Direct analysis of lipids from Mycobacterium

Rian Griffiths, University of Birmingham

16:00  The Evolution of Sponge Spray for Direct Sampling and Analysis by MS.

Max Hecht, University of Tartu

16:25  Sub-microliter Sample Presentation:  The Results of Small Volume and Faster Desorption on results obtained with DART-based Ambient Ionization.

Brian Musselman, IonSense