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2nd EFTMS School

Monday, April 23rd

Time
Topic Lecturer
13:00 Registration
14:00 Opening P. Schmitt-Kopplin
14:15 Talk 1 Fundamentals FTMS / 2D MS P. O'Connor
15:15 BREAK
15:25 Talk 2 Fundamentals Orbitrap A. Makarov
16:25 BREAK
16:35 Talk 3 Data processing / advanced fundamentals Y. Tsybin
17:35 BREAK
17:45 Talk 4 Proteomics R. Zubarev
18:45 BREAK
19:00 'Beer & Brezn'

Tuesday, April 24th

Time
Topic Lecturer
09:00 Talk 5 Metabolomics / LC-MS coupling C. Junot
10:00 BREAK
10:10 Talk 6 Imaging A. Walch
11:10 Final discussion
12:00 End

13th EFTMS Workshop

Tuesday, April 24th

Time   Speaker Topic (Chair)
12:00 Registration    
13:00 Opening P. Schmitt-Kopplin  
13:15 -
15:50
Session 1   Instrumental fundamentals (E. Nikolaev)
13:15   E. Nikolaev Potentials and current stage of development of multiple electrode harmonized Kingdon trap for FTMS
13:40   A. Makarov Advances in Orbitrap instrumentation for analysis of high-mass proteins and protein complexes
14:05   C. Hendrickson Optimized dynamically harmonized cell for ultrahigh performance FT-ICR-MS
14:30   Y. Tsybin FT-ICR-MS at the cyclotron frequency: Novel structures of ion clouds
14:55 - 15:10 BREAK    
15:10   Y. Kostyukevich Ion source multiplexing on a single mass spectrometer
15:35   J. Friedrich 2ω-FTMS with quadrupolar detection
15:50 - 17:30 Session 2   Food chemistry (G. Bianco)
15:50   G. Bianco LC-ESI-FT-ICR-MS for structural elucidation of soyasaponins from Fagioli di Sarconi beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and evaluation of their hypoglycemic activity
16:15   E. Nicol Structural elucidation and potential toxicity of alpha-tocopherol photoproducts
16:40   R. Gougeon Message in a bottle: from Oenolomics to the structural resolution of transient wine chemistry
17:05   S. Mansour Characterization and identification of the network structure of polymerized linseed oil in art painting by FT-ICR mass spectrometry
17:30 - 17:45 BREAK    
17:45 Welcome P. Schmitt-Kopplin  
18:00 Keynote lecture P. E. McGovern

Uncorking the Past: Alcoholic Beverages as the Universal Medicine before Synthetics

19:00 'Ice breaker'    

Wednesday, April 25th

Time   Speaker Topic (Chair)
08:30 - 11:00 Session 3   2D-MS and FT-ICR-MS instrumentation (P. O'Connor)
08:30   P. O'Connor The next dimension in Proteomics
08:55  

F. Bray

Two-dimensional FT-ICR mass spectrometry as a tool to discriminate oil origin. Application to archaeological samples

09:20   C. Wootton Automatic identification of metal-bound biomolecules using SNAP-LC, imaging, and 2D-MS
09:45 - 10:35 BREAK    
10:35   C. Rolando Towards two-dimensional (2D) FT-ICR-MS at high resolution on both precursor and fragment ions
11:00 - 12:15 Session 4   Physical, inorganic and cluster chemistry (G. Niedner-Schatteburg)
11:00   G. Niedner-Schatteburg Tandem cryo trap FTMS for kinetics and spectroscopy of transition metal clusters
11:25   M. Beyer Clusters as model systems for catalysis studies by FTMS
11:50   C. van der Linde UV-VIS spectroscopy and photochemistry of trapped ions using FT-ICR-MS
12:15 - 13:30 LUNCH    
12:45 - 13:15 Lunch seminar Bruker Daltonik "Development of FT-MS assays and multimodal MALDI FT-MS imaging" (Bogdan Munteanu, Hochschule Mannheim)
13:30 - 14:45 Session 5   Structural proteomics (M. Rey)
13:30   M. Rey An enhanced cross-linking mass spectrometry (eXL-MS) workflow for the largescale analysis of protein assemblies
13:55     N.N.
14:20   A. Di Capua Bioaffinity mass spectrometry following a phenotypic screen for mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv
14:45 - 15:10   J. Amster Expanding the repertoire of ion activation methods for glycosaminoglycans
15:10 - 15:25 BREAK    
15:25 - 16:20 Poster session    
16:20 - 18:00 Session 6   Ion Activation/dissociation, proteomics, isotopic analysis (R. Zubarev)
16:20   R. Zubarev Adding functionality to Orbitrap FTMS - Ion activation, isotope measurements and proteomics applications
16:45   A. Viode Top-down and bottom-up mass spectrometry approaches for alpha-synuclein analysis in biological fluids
17:10   J. Shaw Hybrid ECD methods for middle-down and top-down proteomics implemented in a benchtop quadrupole-Orbitrap mass spectrometer
17:35   D. Clarke Isotope depletion mass spectrometry for improved intact protein analysis and top-down fragmentation
18:00 - 18:15 BREAK    
18:15 - 19:45 Organ concert    

Thursday, April 26th

Time   Session Chair Topic
08:30 - 11:25 Session 7   Data processing, FT-ICR instrumentation, top-down (Y. Tsybin)
08:30   B. Kanawati Side lobes and the impact of apodization in ultrahigh resolution FTMS spectra
08:55   K. Aizikov Phase-constrained spectrum deconvolution method - Super-FT resolution goes real time
09:20   T. Morgan Coupling modified Kendrick mass defect and fragmentation analysis to determine copolymer composition by ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry
09:45 - 10:35 BREAK    
10:35   B. Koch UltraMassExplorer: A browser-based application for the evaluation of high resolution mass spectrometric data
11:00   M.-A. Delsuc Isotopic pattern analysis based on a new Fourier deconvolution approach
11:25 - 15:10 Session 8   FT-ICR Instrumentation, Proteomics, Petroleomics (A. Marshall)
11:25   A. Marshall Petroleomics: Speciation and chemical composition of petroleum crude oil by Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
11:50   J. Ramirez-Pradilla Molecular composition of polar crude-oil fractions by electron transfer ionization in MALDI-FT-ICR-MS
12:15 - 13:30 LUNCH    
13:30   C. Rüger Comprehensive high resolution mass spectrometric evolved gas analysis in the context of Petroleomics: Analysis of bitumen, heavy crude oils and asphaltenes
13:55   S. Poetz Assessing fluid mobility in petroleum systems using FT-ICR-MS
14:20   T. Oldenburg FT-ICR-MS - More than just mass spectrometry? Towards reaction systems models in petroleum geochemistry
14:45   J. Jänis Chemical fingerprinting of hydrotreating products of scrap tire pyrolysis oil-light cycle oil blends with APPI/ESI FT-ICR mass spectrometry
15:10 - 15:25 BREAK    
15:25 - 16:20 Poster session    
16:20 - 18:00 Session 9   Metabolomics (C. Junot)
16:20   C. Junot Metabolomics using Fourier transform mass spectrometry
16:45   K. Schuhmann Monitoring the membrane lipidome turnover by metabolic labeling and shotgun ultrahigh resolution Orbitrap FTMS
17:10   M. Witt Fast identification of metabolites in complex samples using ultrahigh resolution magnetic resonance mass spectrometry
17:35   J. C. Tabet Evaluation of the high-field Orbitrap Fusion for compound annotation in metabolomics
18:00 END    
19:00-23:00 Conference dinner    

Friday, April 27th

Time   Session Chair Topic
08:30 - 12:15 Session 10   Environmental applications (M. Gonsior)
08:30   M. Gonsior Algal-derived disinfection by-products: A non-target approach to new DBP discovery from harmful algal blooms
08:55   J. Maillard Comparison of soluble and insoluble organic matter in titan thiolins by LDI-FT-ICR
09:20   I. Perminova Classification and structure-property relationships for humic substances derived from the data of Fourier transform mass spectrometry
09:45 - 10:20 BREAK    
10:20   K. Hellauer Characterizing the transformation of natural organic matter in managed aquifer recharge systems
10:45   H. Osterholz Molecular composition and diversity of dissolved organic matter in a temperate estuary
11:10   O. Lechtenfeld Mobile bound residue formation of emerging contaminants with dissolved organic matter upon sunlight photolysis
11:35   A. Zherebker Molecular composition of permafrost organic matter derived from Arctic soil cores
12:00 - 12:15 Awarding ceremony & closing    
12:15 - 14:00 LUNCH    

Save the dates

2nd EFTMS School:
April 23 - 24, 2018

13th EFTMS Workshop:
April 24 - 27, 2018

Kardinal-Döpfner-Haus
Domberg 27
85354 Freising, Germany

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