13. European Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry Workshop
April 24th - 27th, 2018 in Freising, Germany
Best oral presentation gets Young Scientist Award
A limited number of Poster Prizes are available for young investigators
We proudly announce the 13th European Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry Workshop and the 2nd EFTMS School to be held in 2018 in Freising, near Munich in the south of Germany.
The 13th EFTMS Workshop
The EFTMS Workshop takes place every two years and we want to promote the interaction and exchange between academic and industrial scientists working in the field of Fourier transform mass spectrometry – Ion Cyclotron Resonance and Orbitrap. The workshop consists in plenary lectures, oral and poster presentations. The contributions traditionally include fundamentals of the techniques, advances in instrumentation, and will cover novel applications in biosciences, food, environment, chemistry, health and life sciences. The EFTMS2018 Workshop will include all coffee breaks, lunches, the get together on the first evening and a cultural event at the Cathedral of Freising.
The 2nd EFTMS School
The successful 1st edition of the EFTMS School in Matera, Italy in 2016 encouraged the continuation of this initiative, since education of new scientists in this field is so important.
The 2nd European Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry School is designed for graduate and PhD students, post-docs and any scientist who need to refresh their knowledge in high resolution mass spectrometry. We will set a focus on fundamentals of both ICR and Orbitrap based Fourier transform technologies. Reserve the dates to prepare for the workshop. Besides, the School is the perfect opportunity for young scientists from different countries and universities to meet and create their networks. The EFTMS School will involve a get together Bavarian-style dinner at the Domberg (“Cathedral hill”).
Both EFTMS School and Workshop will take place in the Bavarian city of Freising. The event will be held in the Kardinal-Döpfner-Haus, located at the Domberg (“Cathedral hill”). Freising is one of the oldest cities in Bavaria; the first record of settlement trails in the Domberg dates from 4200 B.C.. Freising is located north of Munich, with direct access from the city and the international airport. Freising is also home of many breweries and of the Technical University Munich (TUM) with the School of Life Sciences in Weihenstephan.