Conference program analytica Vietnam 2017
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- ProfileTime & Venue
March 29, 2017 9.50 - 5.30 I.C.E. International Center for Exhibiton Hanoi Conference Area
March 30, 2017 8.15 - 5.30 I.C.E. International Center for Exhibiton Hanoi Conference Area
Prof. Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz (University of Duisburg-Essen, Faculty of Chemistry)
Prof. Dr. Pham Hung Viet (VNU University of Science, CETASD)
Vietnam Analytical Sciences Society (VASS)
International Technology Exhibition and Events Company (ITEC)
The conference focuses on current developments in the following areas:
• Fundamental Analysis / Chromatography / Mass spectrometry
• Environmental Analysis
• Food Analysis and Quality Improvement
• Pharmaceutical Analysis / Medical Diagnostics
International Advisory Board
Prof. Dr. Sc. Dang Vu Minh (VASS, Vietnam)
Prof. Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz (Uni DUE, Germany)
Prof. Dr. Phan Tuan Nghia (HUS, Vietnam)
Prof. Dr. Pham Hung Viet (HUS & VASS, Vietnam)
Prof. Dr. Chu Pham Ngoc Son (VASS, Vietnam)
Prof. Dr. Tran Tu Hieu (VASS, Vietnam)
Prof. Dr. Luigi Mondello (Uni Messina, Italy)
Prof. Dr. Peter Wiesen (Uni Wuppertal, Germany)
Prof. Dr. Albert Sickmann (ISAS, Germany)
Prof. Dr. Peter Schoenmakers (UvA, The Netherlands)
Prof. Dr. Phan Tuan Nghia (HUS)
Prof. Dr. Pham Hung Viet (HUS & VASS)
Prof. Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz (Uni DUE)
Dr. Duong Hong Anh (CETASD, HUS)
Ms. Phung Thi Vi (CETASD & HUS)
Conference Language: English
- ScheduleMarch 29, 2017
09.50 - 09.55
Prof.Dr. Pham Hung Viet
(Vietnam Analytical Sciences
09.55 - 10.00
Prof.Dr. Phan Tuan Nghia
(Vice-Rector of VNU University of Science, Hanoi)
Session 1: Fundamental Analysis/Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry
Chair: Oliver J. Schmitz and Prof. Dr. Pham Hung Viet
10.15 - 10.40
2D-Chromatography coupled to IM-qTOF-MS
for the analysis of complex samples
such as medicinal plants
Prof.Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz
(University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
10.40 - 11.05
Plasma Lipidomic Profiling of Genetic Risk Variants for Cardiovascular Disease by Means of Liquid Chromatography Coupled with High Resolution Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry
Dr. Sven Meckelmann (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)
11.05 - 11.30
Comprehensive 2D Chromatography Coupled to QqQ-MS and a Dedicated Quali/quantitative Software
Prof.Dr. Luigi Mondello (University of Messina, Italy)
11.30 - 11.55
Classification and Identification of Vietnamese Honeys using Chemometrics based on high resolution mass spectroscopy and 1H- NMR data
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Ta Thi Thao (VNU University of Science - Hanoi, Vietnam)
11.55 - 13.00
Session 2: Environmental Analysis
Chair: Prof.Dr. Luigi Mondello and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thi Ha
13.00 - 13.25
"Mobile toxic carrier" - the main perpetrator causing an environmental disaster in the central coast of Vietnam
Prof.Dr. Pham Hung Viet (VNU University of Science - Hanoi, Vietnam)
13.25 - 13.50
How to quantify analytes in HPLC without specific standards for calibration?
PD Dr. Frank Steiner (ThermoFisher Scientific)
13.50 - 14.15
Contents of the toxic metals in the sediment and their bioaccumulation in a bivalve species (Meretrix lyrata) cultured in Tien estuary area, Tien Giang province
Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Hop (Hue University of Sciences, Vietnam)
14.15 - 14.40
Voltammetric determination of lead ions using modified electrode based on zeolite imidazole framework-8
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Dinh Quang Khieu (Hue University of Sciences, Vietnam)
14.40 - 15.05
Advanced analysis for nano materials in renewable energy and environmental applications
Dr. Ho Thi Thanh Van (HCM City University of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam)
15.05 - 15.25
15.25 - 15.50
Occurrence of Bisphenol A in the atmospheric aerosols in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam during 2012-2016
Assoc.Prof.Dr. To Thi Hien (University of Science, VNU-HCM, Vietnam)
15.50 - 16.15
Toxicity identification evaluation of aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonists in urban ambient particulate matter from Vietnam
Dr. Le Huu Tuyen (VNU University of Science - Hanoi, Vietnam)
16.15 - 16.40
Study on development of determination method of cyclic siloxanes in indoor air by gas chromatography tandem mass spectrometry
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Tu Binh Minh (VNU University of Science - Hanoi, Vietnam)
16.40 - 17.05
The study and differentiate of PCDD/Fs distribution from herbicide used in vietnam war and that created from medical waste incinerators
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Mai Tuan Anh (Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)
March 30, 2017
Session 3: Food Analysis and Quality Improvement
Chair: Dr. Sven Meckelmann and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vu Duc Loi
08.15 - 08.40
Determination of trace Boron in food samples using isotope dilution- inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry
Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Dung (Institute of Technology of Radioactive and Rare Elements, Vietnam)
08.40 - 09.05
Two-dimensional liquid chromatography - Applications in food analysis
Shane Linkerhof (Agilent Technologies, Thailand)
09.05 - 09.30
Concentration of nitrate and nitrite in some Vietnamese and imported fruits measured by IC method and SOEKS Nitrate tester
Dr. Tran Thi Ngoc Lan (University of Science, VNU-HCM, Vietnam)
09.30 - 09.55
Automated sample preparation for food analysis
Li Xiao (Gerstel)
09.55 - 10.15
10.15 - 10.40
Determination of biochemical composition and in vitro digestibility of protein concentrate from brackish algae Chaetomorpha sp.
Dr. Hoang Kim Anh (Sai Gon Technology University, Vietnam)
10.40 - 11.05
Automated micro-SPE Clean-up of QuEChERS Extracts for Multi-Residue
Pesticide Analysis in Foods by GC-MS and LC-MS
Dr. Hans-Joachim Hübschmann (CTC Analytics AG)
11.05 - 11.30
Effects of Aminoreductone against the growth of Listeria monocytogenes in medium and milk
Dr. Vu Thi Thu Trang (School of Biotechnology and Food Technology, HUST, Vietnam)
11.30 - 11.55
Latest Chromatographic Advances in Food Analysis
Dr. Eberhardt Kuhn (Restek)
11.55 - 13.15
Lunch & poster session
Session 4: Pharmaceutical Analysis and Medical Diagnosis
Chair: Dr. Hans-Joachim Hübschmann and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hoang Kim Anh
13.15 - 13.40
SIMPLEX: a combinatorial multimolecular omics approach for systems biology
Prof.Dr. Albert Sickmann (ISAS, Dortmund, Germany)
13.40 - 14.05
A new-generation biochip combined loop-mediated isothermal amplification and solution-phase electrochemical detection for real-time monitoring hepatitis B virus (HBV)
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Tran Dai Lam (Graduate University of Science and Technology, VAST, Vietnam)
14.05 - 14.30
MS based metabolomics for precision medicine
Prof. Dr. Guowang Xu (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China)
14.30 - 14.55
Enantiomer Analysis of Pharmaceuticals by CE and HPLC
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Scriba (University of Jena, Germany)
14.55 - 15.20
Comprehensive screening and detection of illegally added erectile dysfunction drugs and their designer analogues in health supplements using UPLC-QTOF MS coupled to novel informatics platform
Dr. Dhavalkumar Narendrabhai Patel (Waters)
15.20 - 15.35
15.35 - 16.00
Development of LC-MS for clinical application
Izumi Ogata (Hitachi HighTechnologies)
16.00 - 16.25
A benzothiazolium-derived colorimetric and fluorescent dual chemosensor for the detection of biothiols and mercuric ions
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Duong Tuan Quang (Hue University, Vietnam)
16.25 - 16.50
Mercury pollution due to gold mining activities in Thai Nguyen, Vietnam: Occurrence and Human Exposures
Dr. Vu Duc Loi (Institute of Chemistry, VAST, Vietnam)
16.50 - 17.15
Using X-ray, CD analysis in the study on absolute configuration of natural products from some Vietnamese plants in terms of pharmaceutical products development
Prof.Dr. Tran Dinh Thang (Vinh University, Vietnam)
17.15 - 17.30
Closing remarks by Prof. Pham Hung Viet and Prof. Oliver J. Schmitz
Prof. Dr. Oliver J. Schmitz
University of Duisburg-Essen
In 2009 Oliver J. Schmitz got a full professor in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Wuppertal (BUW). Between 2010 and 2012 he was the chair of the Analytical Chemistry department at BUW. Since 2013 Schmitz has been a full professor at the University of Duisburg-Essen and is the chair of the Institute of Applied Analytical Chemistry.
2009 he cofounded the company iGenTraX UG which develops new ion sources and units to couple separation techniques with mass spectrometers. In 2011 he was one of the founding directors of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Pure and Applied Mass Spectrometry, University of Wuppertal.
The research fields of Prof. Schmitz are the development of ion sources, use and optimization of comprehensive LC and GC, ion mobility-mass spectrometry and coupling analytical techniques with mass spectrometers. He was awarded the Gerhard-Hesse Prize for chromatography in 2013.
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Prof. Dr. Luigi Mondello
University of Messina
Luigi Mondello is Full Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Messina, Italy, where he received a degree in Chemistry in 1991. He is the author of about 430 publications, co-editor of the books "Multidimensional Chromatography" (John Wiley & Sons), and "Citrus oil: Composition, Advanced Analytical Techniques, Contaminants, and Biological Acitivity" (CRC Press - Taylor & Francis Group); editor of the book "Comprehensive Chromatography in Combination with Mass Spectrometry", ("Wiley-Interscience Series on Mass Spectrome-try"). He has been chairman and invited lecturer in national and international congresses and meetings (1050 conference presentations of which 183 invited oral presentations). In the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) he has an H-index of 41 and a total impact factor of about 863.
His research interests include: high-resolution chromatography techniques (HRGC, HPLC, HRGC-MS, HPLC-MS, SFE and SFC, OPLC), hyphenated (LC-GC-MS, GC-GC) and multi-dimensional "comprehensive" (GC×GC, LC×LC, LCxGC, SFCxUPLC) techniques coupled to mass spectrometry and their applications to the study of natural complex matrices.
Prof. Mondello has been member of the organizing committees of national and international meetings and he is permanent member of the scientific committee of the ISCC, ISEO, HTC, SIMCRO, and COLACRO conferences. He has been Chairman of the "36th ISCC and the 9thGCxGC Symposium", "14th ExTech", "38th ISCC and the 11thGCxGC Symposium", "40th ISCC and the 13thGCxGC Symposium". He is Editor in Chief of the "Journal of Essential Oil Research" (Taylor & Francis), "Journal of Quality Assurance and Pharma Analysis" (Innova-tional Publishers), Editor of Food Analytical Methods (Springer), Journal of Separation Sci-ence (Wiley-VCH), he has been editor of "Flavour and Fragrance Journal" (John Wiley & Sons), member of the Advisory Board of LC-GC Europe, Separation Science, The Analytical Scientist, and Scientia Chromatographica.
He has been awarded with the "HTC-Award" (2006), "Silver Jubilee Medal" and "COLACRO Medal" (2008), "Liberti Medal" (2012), "The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards (TASIAs 2013 and 2015), IFEAT Medal" (2014), "Life Time Achievements in Comprehensive Gas Chromatography" (2016). He is present in the "Power List" of the top 100 most influential peo-ple in the analytical sciences (The Analytical Scientist Journal).
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Dr. habil. Frank Steiner
Thermo Fisher Scientifc
Dr. Frank Steiner is currently managing an applications laboratory and coordinating scientific collaborations in the HPLC organization of Thermo Fisher Scientific. He received his PhD degree in Chemistry in 1995 from the Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany working on development of stationary phases for IC. He then became a postdoctoral research fellow at the CEA, Saclay in France focusing on elementary and isotopic analysis by IC and IC-ICP/MS in 1996. Frank returned to Saarland University in 1997 to conduct research on electro-driven separation, LC purification and MS coupling technologies and became an assistant professor in 2003.
In 2005 Frank joined Dionex GmbH in Germering, Germany now a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, as the manager for LC systems. Frank played a significant role in developing and launching the UltiMate 3000 UHPLC systems and the recently introduced Vanquish UHPLC systems. He published over 20 publications in refereed journals and several text book chapters on HPLC method development and optimization.
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Regional Business Development Manager Liquid Phase Separations
Shane has been involved in the Asia Pacific region for the past 15 years covering India, Chi-na, Japan, South Korea and the Pacific Region. He has help developed customer focused solutions in laboratory automation, sample preparation, liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry. Shane has had previous experience in manufacturing and research & devel-opment in laboratory automation, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and chromatography data systems (CDS). His current role is the Regional Business Development Manager for Liquid Phase Separations, focusing on the South East Asia and Pacific region for Agilent Technologies.
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Dr. Li Xiao
Dr. Li Xiao joined GERSTEL LLP Singapore as an application chemist in 2013 where he is responsible for running the applications laboratory for GERSTEL LLP and supporting GERSTEL customers' applications in South East Asia and China. He holds a Ph.D. degree in food science from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and a bachelor's degree in biological science from Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
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Hans-Joachim Hübschmann, Ph.D.
CTC Analytics AG
Hans-Joachim Huebschmann graduated as Certified Food Chemist from the Technical University in Berlin, Germany, working on residue analysis of anabolic agents and pesticides in foods.
Hans started his career in diagnostics, medical analytical instruments and application development working for a number of German companies in chromatography, mass spectrometry and in biotechnology. In 2002 he joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in Bremen, Germany, and held several international positions covering inorganic and isotope ratio mass spectrometry, high resolution GC-MS and GC-MS/MS, specializing in food safety, forensic and dioxin analysis. In 2015 Hans established the independent consulting agency HANS Analytical Solutions and joined CTC Analytics AG in Switzerland for the development of automated sample preparation workflows. In his current capacity Hans is located in Osaka, Japan, as the Vice President Sales of CTC Analytics for the emerging Asia/Pacific region.
Hans is the author of the popular Wiley "Handbook of GC-MS", available internationally already in is 3rd edition in 2015, 776 pages, ISBN: 978-3-527-33474-2.
Dr. Eberhard Kuhn
Dr. Eberhardt Kuhn joined Restek in 2004 and is now the Territory Manager for Asia/Pacific. After completing his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, he worked for BioRad Laboratories, J&W Scientific, and Agilent Technologies in research, development, and applications of chromatography consumables. Through his research and fundamental work in column chemistry, Dr. Kuhn has made valuable contributions to the development of GC columns with lowest bleed and highest inertness. In addition to his publications about chromatography, Dr. Kuhn has conducted training seminars and presentations in over 30 countries.
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Prof. Dr. Albert Sickmann
Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften – ISAS – e. V., Dortmund
• since 2008 Professor for Bioanalytics at ISAS, Dortmund
• 2007 - 2008 Professor for protein mass spectrometry at the University of Würzburg
• 2003 - 2007 Group leader at the DFG Research Centre for Experimental Biomedicine, University of Würzburg
• 2002 - 2003 Junior Professor for Protein function and Proteomics, Ruhr University, Bochum
Awards, Scholarships, Memberships, Coordination (selection)
• Analytica Research Award of the GBM (2008)
• Member of the Executive Board of the DGPF, Deutsche Gesellschaft
für Proteomforschung e. V., President (2010 - 2018)
• Proteomic Forum (2015 – 2017), Conference Chairman
• Member of the EuPA Board, (2015 – 2017)
• Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the GBM, Gesellschaft für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie e.V. (since 2010)
• Associate Editor, Journal of Proteome Research
• Bioanalytics, Protein chemistry, Systems biology, Quantitative Mass spectrometry, Post-translational modifications
• Ruhr-University Bochum (Faculty of Medicine)
• TU Dortmund University (Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering (BCI))
• University of Aberdeen, Scotland (Department of Chemistry, School of Natural & Computing Sciences (NCS))
Most important publications (2005-2016)
(total number 196, around 7500 citations, H-Factor: 50)
Schmidt, O.; A.B. Harbauer, A.B.; Rao, S.; Eyrich, B.; Zahedi, R. P.; Stojanovski, D.; Schonfisch, B.; Guiard, B.; Sickmann, A.; Pfanner, N.;Meisinger, C.:
Regulation of Mitochondrial Protein Import by Cytosolic Kinases Cell, 2011
Vögtle, F. N.; Wortelkamp, S; Zahedi, R. P.; Becker, D.; Leidhold, C.; Gevaert, K.; Kellermann, J.; Voos, W.; Sickmann, A.; Pfanner, N.; Meisinger, C.:
Global analysis of the mitochondrial N-proteome identifies a processing peptidase critical for protein stability Cell. 139(2) (2009) 428-39
Meisinger, C.; Sickmann, A.; Pfanner, N.:
The mitochondrial proteome: from inventory to function Cell 134 (1) (2008) 22-4
Reinders, J.; Wagner, K.; Zahedi, R. P.; Stojanovski, D.; Eyrich, B.; van der Laan, M.; Rehling, P.; Sickmann, A.; Pfanner, N.; Meisinger, C.: Profiling phosphoproteins of yeast mitochondria reveals a role of phosphorylation in assembly of the ATP synthase Mol. Cell Proteomics 6(11) (2007) 1896-906
Lewandrowski, U.; Moebius, J.; Walter, U.; Sickmann, A.:
Elucidation of N-glycosylation sites on human platelet protein: a glycoproteomic approach Mol. Cell Proteomics 5(2) (2006) 226-33
Lewandrowski, U.; Wortelkamp, S.; Lohrig, K.; Zahedi, R. P.; Wolters, D. A.; Walter, U.; Sickmann, A.: Platelet membrane proteomics: a novel repository for functional research Blood 114(1) (2009)
Burkhart, J. M., Gambaryan, S., Watson, S. P., Jurk, K., Walter, U., Sickmann, A., Heemskerk, J. W. M., Zahedi, R. P.: What can Proteomics tell us about platelets? Circ. Res. 114 (2014) 1204-1219
Vaudel, M., Burkhart, J. M., Zahedi, R. P., Oveland, E., Berven, F. S., Sickmann, A., Martens, L., Barsnes, H.:
PeptideShaker enables reanalysis of MS-derived proteomics data sets Nat.Biotech. 33 (1) (2015) 22-4
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Prof. Dr. Guowang Xu
Dalian Institute of Chemcial Physics, China
Prof. Dr. Guowang Xu received his ph.D in Dalian institute of chemical physics (DICP), Chi-nese Academy of Sciences in Jun., 1991. Subsequently, he has joined the National chroma-tographic R. & A. center and has been one head of the chromatographic groups since 1992 and an associate Professor since Jun., 1994. From Oct., 1995 to Sept.,1997, Prof. Xu was working at the Universitaet Medizinische Klinik in Tuebingen, Germany under a fellowship from Max-Planck-Institute. In Nov., 1997 he was promoted to professor at DICP. In 2004 he obtained the foundation for distinguished young scientists from National Natural Science Foundation of China. Now he is the deputy-director of biotechnology division and director of Metabonomics Research Center in DICP.
Prof. Xu has published more than 350 peer-reviewed papers in SCI journals and holds more than 40 China patents, co-written 4 books. He was also the co-Chairman of 30th ISCC in China, 33rd HPLC in Japan and 37th HPLC in Dalian, China and member of permanent sci-entific committee of HPLC.
His main research fields are in the chromatography-related research and the MS-based metabolomics applications in disease biomarker discovery, traditional Chinese medicines and food safety.
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Prof. Dr. Gerhard K. E. Scriba
Prof. Dr. Gerhard K. E. Scriba was born in Wemding, Germany on October 1, 1956. He graduated from the School of Pharmacy, Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn in 1979. Following a year of internships in public pharmacies and obtaining his license as a pharmacist in 1980. Subsequently, he obtained his Ph.D. in 1984 at Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry of the Westfälische WilhelmsUniversity Münster. From 1986 to 1988 he worked as a post-doc at the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry of the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA before returning to the University of Münster where he finished his habilitation in 1995. Since 1999 he is a full professor at the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena and served as head of the School of Pharmacy from 2005 to 2013. He received the Rottendorf-Prize for Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1995 and the Johann-Wolfgang-Döbereiner-Prize of the German Pharmaceutical Association in 1997.
Prof. Scriba has published over 140 research and review papers and 16 book chapters. He is editor of the book Chiral Separations and co-editor of the journal Chromatographia and the series Commentary to the European Pharmacopoeia (Arzneibuch-Kommentar). Prof. Scriba is a member of the editorial boards of the journals Electrophoresis, Journal of Separation Science, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, Pharmeuropa and Die Pharmazie and served as guest editor of the paper symposia "Pharmaceutical Analysis" of Electrophoresis. He is a member the scientific advisory board of the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM), the working group Pharmaceutical Chemistry of the German Pharmacopoeia and the scientific commission of the German Drug Codex (DAC). His main research interests are the analysis of drugs and peptides including stereoisomer analysis by capillary electrophoresis and HPLC as well as capillary electrophoresis-based enzyme assays.
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Dr. Sven W. Meckelmann
University of Duisburg-Essen
From 2005 to 2010, Sven Meckelmann studied Food Chemistry at the University of Wuppertal (BUW) and subsequently started his PhD studies at the BUW in the department of Food Chemistry in the group of Prof. Michael Petz. During that time, he characterized secondary plant metabolites in native chili peppers from Peru and Bolivia and successfully finished his PhD in 2014.
After an intermediate Postdoc in the research group of Prof. Nils Helge Schebb where he developed targeted LC-MS methods for the characterization of oxidized lipid species, he joined the Lipidomics group of Prof. Valerie O´Donnell at the Cardiff University in 2015. During his postdoctoral research at the Cardiff University, he analysed the plasma lipidome of rare genetic risk variants for cardiovascular disease.
Since December 2016, Meckelmann is a senior scientist in the research group of Prof. Oliver Schmitz at the University of Duisburg-Essen in the Institute of Applied Analytical Chemistry. His research interests are non-targeted and targeted lipidomics of biological active compounds, bioanalytical chemistry as well as chromatographic separation coupled with mass spectrometry. He was awarded with the Josef Schormueller award (research scholarship) of the German Chemical Society (GDCh), division of Food Chemistry in 2016.
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Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation
Science & Medical Systems Business Group
In 2001, Izumi Ogata joined Hitachi, Ltd. as an engineer for mass spectrometry development. She contributed to the product "Nano Frontier" series, which consisted of a nano flow HPLC and a linear ion trap – time of flight mass spectrometer, in the nano-flow LC and the ion source. Between 2009 and 2013, she was an engineer for liquid chromatograph development team in Hitachi High-Technologies Corp. During these years, she contributed to the products "Chromaster" HPLC series and "Chromaster Ultra Rs" UHPLC series. Since 2013, she has been working for "Chromaster 5610" MS detector.
Izumi Ogata holds a Master of Science degree from University of Tsukuba, Japan.
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