Final Sessions & Speakers

Tribute to Georges Guiochon

Chair: Dr. Fabrice Gritti
Speakers & Talk Titles:
  • Dr. Attila Felinger - "Optimizing Preparative Chromatography"
  • Dr. Peter Sajonz - "Measurement of Molecular Diffusion Coefficients "The Quest for Perfect Peaks"
  • Dr. Torgny Fornstedt - "Deeper insights Into Adsorption Behavior with more rigorous processing of Data from HPLC or Modern Biosensors"
  • Dr. Tivadar Farkas - "The Study of Column Packing Homogeneity and Flow Profiles in Packed Chromatographic Columns"
  • Dr. Andrew Shalliker - "Visualising heterogeneous aspects of fluid flow in HPLC columns"
  • Dr. Krzysztof Kaczmarski - "Tribute to Georges Guiochon"
  • Dr. Fabrice Gritti - "Importance of Thermodynamics and Kinetics in Separation Science"
  • Dr. Jacob Fairchild - "Theory and Applications of Multidimensional Liquid Chromatography Separations"
  • Dr. Paul Stevenson - "Contributions to peak measurement and 2D-HPLC"
  • Dr. Krisztian Horvath - "Optimization of shell thickness of superficially porous particles"
  • Dr. Mark Trudgett - "Personal Tribute to Georges Guichon"
  • Dr. Abhijit Tarafder - "Method Development in Low Pressure and Low Density Region in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC)"
  • Dr. Jude Abia - "Radial Heterogeneity of Some Analytical Columns Used in HPLC"
  • Dr. Michel Martin - "History with Georges"
  • Dr. Leonid Asnin - "Evolution of the two-site adsorption model in chiral chromatography"
  • Dr. Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern - "Inflection points in single component adsorption isotherms and consequences for preparative chromatography"

  • UHPLC

    Chair: Dr. Tivadar Farkas
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Gert Desmet from Vrije Universiteit Brussel - "The road to high pressures and how to make best use of it"
  • Dr. Peilin Yang from Dow - "HPLC Method Development and Transfer with Core-Shell Columns for Agricultural Applications"
  • Dr. Ken Broeckhoven from Vrije Universiteit Brussel - "Extending the pressure limits of isocratic and gradient liquid chromatography in narrow bore columns"
  • Dr. Carl Sanchez from Phenomenex - "Guidelines and Tools for Successful HPLC to UHPLC Gradient Method Translation"
  • Dr. Martin Gilar from Waters - "Performance of UHPLC and microfluidic UHPLC"

  • Column Technology

    Chair: Dr. Andrew Shalliker
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Lawrence Loo from Phenomenex - "Chasing Efficiency or Selectivity? Maximizing Resolving Power to Meet Today’s Analytical Challenges"
  • Dr. Tony Edge from Thermo - "A New Particle for Chromatography"
  • Dr. Karin Cabrera from Merck - "Design of Silica Monoliths for Bioanalysis"
  • Dr. Andrew Shalliker from University of Western Sydney - "Why Active Flow Technology Columns will Transform your Separations"
  • Dr. Sercan Pravadali-Cekic from University of Western Sydney - "Fast Comprehensive Sample Analysis using Active Flow Technology HPLC Columns with Multiplexed Detection"

  • Monoliths

    Chair: Prof. Brett Paull
    Speakers:
  • Dr Damian Connolly from Waterford Institute of Technology - "Development and characterisation of switchable polyaniline-functionalised flow-through capillary monoliths"
  • Dr. Dario Arrua from University of Tasmania - "Synthesis and characterisation of ordered monolithic structures"
  • Prof. Sebastiaan Eeltink from Free University of Brussels - "Nanostructured porous polymer monolithic columns for capillary liquid chromatography of biomolecules"
  • Dr. Sinead Currivan from University of Paradubice - "HILIC polymethacrylate monolithic columns prepared using a secondary surface polymerization"
  • Prof. Brett Paull from University of Tasmania - "Polymer monoliths in titanium ‘printed’columns"

  • Chiral

    Chair: Prof. Bezhan Chankvetadze
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Daniel Armstrong from University of Texas at Arlington - "Practice and ramifications of ultra fast chiral separations"
  • Dr. Francesco Gasparrini from Sapienza Universita de Roma - "Sub-2 um Brush-Type Chiral Stationary Phases in Ultra High Performance Chromatography: Current Status and Future Directions"
  • Dr. Nelu Grinberg from Boehringer Ingelheim - "Chromatographic and spectroscopic studies on the chiral recognition of sulfated β-cyclodextrin as chiral mobile phase additive: Enantiomeric separation of a chiral amine. Nelu Grinberg, Shengli Ma, Nizar Haddad, Heewon Lee, Nathan Yee and Chris Senanayake."
  • Dr. David Speybrouck from Janssen - "Supercritical Fluid Chromatography: A powerful tool for analysis and purification of enantiomers"
  • Dr. Gerhard Scriba from Friedrich Schiller University Jena - "Mechanistic Aspects of Capillary Electrophoresis Enantioseparations"
  • Dr. Michael Laemmerhofer from University of Tubingen - "Chiral ion-exchangers: Recent developments and new applications"
  • Dr. Debby Mangelings from Vrije Universiteit Brussel - "A Generic Chiral Separation Strategy in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography on Polysaccharide-based Chiral Stationary Phases"

  • Modelling

    Chair: Prof. Attila Felinger
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Alberto Cavazzini from University of Ferrara - "Kinetic performance of columns packed with new 1.9um fully porous particles of narrow particle size distribution"
  • Dr. Krisztián Horváth from University of Pannonia - "Under Pressure: Modeling of Chromatographic Behavior of Macromolecules under UHPLC Conditions"
  • Prof. Attila Felinger from University of Pécs - "Molecular approaches for the investigation of the efficiency in liquid chromatography"

  • Toxicology

    Chair: Dr. Sky Countryman
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Tania Sasaki from Northwest Physicians Laboratories - "Using Linear Ion Trap Capabilities of a Hybrid Ion Trap/Triple Quadrupole LC-MS/MS Instrumentlogy to Provide Unambiguous Identification and Confirmation"
  • Dr. Amadeo Pesce from UCSD School of Medicine - "The evolving roles of HPLC and immunoassay in drug testing"
  • Dr. Kara Lynch from UCSF - "LC TOF vs. QQQ and use for tox screening"
  • Dr. Michael Rummel from InSource Diagnostics - "Sample Preparation for LC/MS Assays: Considerations for Time, Cost, and Cleanliness"

  • Clinical Analysis

    Chair: Dr. Ronda Greaves
    Speakers:
  • Dr CS Ho from The Chinese University of Hong Kong - "Routine clinical laboratory service of steroid hormones by tandem mass spectrometry"
  • Dr. Ronda Greaves from RMIT - "Vitamins A, E & the Carotenoids in Blood"
  • Dr. Ronda Greaves from RMIT - "Hormone profiles in preterm infants"
  • Dr. Ali Albahrani from RMIT - "The analysis of fat-soluble vitamins using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry"

  • Forensics

    Chair: Dr. Xavier Conlan
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Kim Quayle from University of Central Lancashire - "Elemental and Molecular Profiling of Licit, Illicit and Niche Tobacco"
  • Dr. Matthew Baker from University of Strathclyde - "Developing Bioananalytical Tools for Forensics: Maggots and Nerve Agents"
  • Dr. Xavier Conlan from Deaking University - "What separates forensic science and analytical chemistry?"

  • Lipidomics & Metabolomics

    Chair: Dr. Oliver Jones
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Oliver Jones from RMIT - "Novel fluorescent tags for HPLC analysis of fatty acids using UV detection"
  • Dr. Anthony Don from University of New South Wales - "Defective myelin lipid biosynthesis in pre-clinical Alzheimer's Disease identified through LCxMS/MS analysis"
  • Dr Baljit Ubhi from Sciex - "Solutions to Advance your Metabolomics Research"
  • Dr Thusitha Rupasinghe from Bio 21 Institute - "Art of mass spectrometry techniques for identifying lipid species incorporation with isotopic labeling"
  • Dr. Paul Baker from Sciex - "Lipid Biomarkers: From Discovery to Quantitation"

  • Polymer

    Chair: Prof. Peter Schoenmakers
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Peter Schoenmakers from University of Amsterdam - "Virtual Peaks in (one- and two-dimensional) liquid chromatography of Polymers"
  • Dr. Andrew Shalliker from University of Western Sydney - "Using Separation Selectivity to Explore the Complexity of Low Molecular Weight Polymers"
  • Dr. Patrice Castignolles from University of Western Sydney - "Capillary electrophoresis in the “virtual” critical conditions of polymers: real separations of copolymers, branched polymers and polysaccharides."

  • SFC

    Chair: Dr. Bill Farrell
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Debby Mangelings from Vrije Universiteit Brussel - "A Generic Chiral Separation Strategy in Supercritical Fluid Chromatography on Polysaccharide-based Chiral Stationary Phases"
  • Dr. David Speybrouck from Janssen - "Supercritical Fluid Chromatography: A powerful tool for analysis and purification of enantiomers"
  • Dr. Bill Farrell from Pfizer - "Overview of SFC Applications"
  • Chester Vera from UWS - "Contrasting selectivity differences between HPLC and SFC of linear PAHs using phenyl-type stationary phases"
  • Dr. Ray McClain from Merck - "The Versatility of SFC in Drug Discovery and Development"
  • Dr. Tony Yan from Pfizer - "Method Development for Isomer Interconversion Profiling in Human Plasma by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography Coupled with Mass Spectrometry"

  • LCMS

    Chair: Dr. Chris Hodgkins
    Speakers:
  • Dr. Paul Baker from Sciex USA - "LIPID BIOMARKERS: FROM DISCOVERY TO QUANTITATION"
  • Dr. Rob Haselberg from VU University Amsterdam - "In-depth characterization of intact proteins using capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry"
  • Dr. Michael Wright from SEALS PoW Hospital - "Solving a puzzle of peaks – dealing with interferences in clinical diagnostic LC-MS/MS analysis"
  • Dr. Danijela Kocic from UWS - "Curtain Flow and Parallel Segmented Flow Chromatography Columns coupled with MS: New trends for near direct injections"

  • Multi-D Separations

    Chair: Dr. Robert Shellie
    Speakers:
  • Professor Shari Forbes from University of Technology, Sydney - "Adding another dimension to cadaver dog research in Australia"
  • Dr. Renée Webster from Monash University / DSTO - "Using multidimensional gas chromatography to probe jet fuel degradation"
  • Dr Paul Stevenson from Deakin University - "Joining the dots: in silico method development for multidimensional chromatography"
  • Dr. Leila Ranjbar from University of Tasmania - "Online comprehensive ion chromatography × capillary electrophoresis"

  • Sessions by Time Zone

    Each session is the same session globally. The different time zones are provided for your convenience.

    Session UTC Time UTC+10 (Sydney AUS) UTC-7 (Los Angeles USA) UTC-4 (Boston USA) UTC+2 (Amsterdam, Karlstad) UTC+8 (Singapore, Beijing) UTC+5:30 (Delhi India)
    Title Date Time Date Time Date Time Date Time Date Time Date Time Date Time
    Tribute to Georges 25/05/15 18:00 26/05/15 4:00 25/05/15 11:00 25/05/15 14:00 25/05/15 20:00 26/05/15 2:00 25/05/15 23:30
    UHPLC 26/05/15 18:00 27/05/15 4:00 26/05/15 11:00 26/05/15 14:00 26/05/15 20:00 27/05/15 2:00 26/05/15 23:30
    Column Technology 27/05/15 0:00 27/05/15 10:00 26/05/15 17:00 26/05/15 20:00 27/05/15 2:00 27/05/15 8:00 27/05/15 5:30
    Monoliths 27/05/15 4:00 27/05/15 14:00 26/05/15 21:00 27/05/15 0:00 27/05/15 6:00 27/05/15 12:00 27/05/15 9:30
    Chiral 27/05/15 8:00 27/05/15 18:00 27/05/15 1:00 27/05/15 4:00 27/05/15 10:00 27/05/15 16:00 27/05/15 13:30
    Modeling 27/05/15 12:00 27/05/15 22:00 27/05/15 5:00 27/05/15 8:00 27/05/15 14:00 27/05/15 20:00 27/05/15 17:30
    Toxicology 27/05/15 18:00 28/05/15 4:00 27/05/15 11:00 27/05/15 14:00 27/05/15 20:00 28/05/15 2:00 27/05/15 23:30
    Clinical Analysis 27/05/15 22:00 28/05/15 8:00 27/05/15 15:00 27/05/15 18:00 28/05/15 0:00 28/05/15 6:00 28/05/15 3:30
    Forensics 28/05/15 2:00 28/05/15 12:00 27/05/15 19:00 27/05/15 22:00 28/05/15 4:00 28/05/15 10:00 28/05/15 7:30
    Lipidomics 28/05/15 6:00 28/05/15 16:00 27/05/15 23:00 28/05/15 2:00 28/05/15 8:00 28/05/15 14:00 28/05/15 11:30
    Polymer 28/05/15 14:00 29/05/15 0:00 28/05/15 7:00 28/05/15 10:00 28/05/15 16:00 28/05/15 22:00 28/05/15 19:30
    SFC 28/05/15 22:00 29/05/15 8:00 28/05/15 15:00 28/05/15 18:00 29/05/15 0:00 29/05/15 6:00 29/05/15 3:30
    LCMS 29/05/15 2:00 29/05/15 12:00 28/05/15 19:00 28/05/15 22:00 29/05/15 4:00 29/05/15 10:00 29/05/15 7:30
    Multidimensional Separations 29/05/15 5:00 29/05/15 15:00 28/05/15 22:00 29/05/15 1:00 29/05/15 7:00 29/05/15 13:00 29/05/15 10:30
    End 29/05/15 11:00 29/05/15 21:00 29/05/15 4:00 29/05/15 7:00 29/05/15 13:00 29/05/15 19:00 29/05/15 16:30

    Up Coming Events

    Chair Contact Details

    Professor Andrew Shalliker

    University of Western Sydney

    Email: r.shalliker@uws.edu.au

    Thank You

    We would like to thank the session chairs and speakers for making this symposium possible.