• 2nd European GCxGC Symposium 20th and 21st September 2011  University Medical Centre – University of Regensburg, Germany


2nd European GCxGC Symposium 20th and 21st September 2011 University Medical Centre – University of Regensburg, Germany

Jun 29 2011

The "2nd European GCxGC Symposium" again brings together experts and novices alike from across Europe to learn & share experiences in a professional & convivial setting. This symposium is dedicated to providing a platform for transferring Separation Science skills and the opportunity to network with European GCxGC-MS leaders in various analytical fields.

Learn from the experts about the application, theory & practical techniques of GCxGC and GCxGC-MS for Life Science, Industrial and Environmental Applications…

New GC×GC Technological Features
GCxGC: step by step method development & optimisation
Untargeted and Targeted approaches for Contaminants in Feed & Food
Sensitivity and High throughput for maximising efficiency
Quantitative & qualitative GCxGC-MS results
Efficient data generation & data alignment - understanding your results
Forensic analyses combined with confident data analysis

Confirmed speakers include…

Wim Taag (Rikilt) - Targeted & untargeted analysis using GCxGC-TOFMS: Elucidation of the source of the German dioxin crisis.

Ellen Scherbaum (CVUA Stuttgart) - Use of GCxGC-TOFMS in routine pesticide residue analysis for governmental laboratories.

David Benanou (Veolia) - A comprehensive solution for drinking, waste & industrial water analysis.
Asger B. Hansen (Haldor Topsøe A/S) - GCxGC-TOFMS as an analytical tool in petroleum refining R&D.

Jef Focant (University of Liège) – The smell of death - Forensic investigation of VOCs associated with buried decaying pig carcasses.

Ian Fisk (Kraft Foods /University of Nottingham) - Characterization of roast and ground coffee aroma.

Laura Röhler (NILU Norwegian Institute for Air Research) - Untargeted screening of environmental samples.

Martin Almstetter (University of Regensburg) - Data processing strategies for metabolic fingerprinting.

The University Medical Centre at the University of Regensburg is a perfect setting providing excellent modern conference facilities and ample parking. Registration is open to all members of the Separation Science and Mass Spectrometry community with an interest in GCxGC and GCxGC-MS techniques.

For further information detailing registration and hotel information please contact
Mrs Birgit Zahel, Email: SepSci@leco.de & Tel: +49(0)216 6687 104

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