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Desorption 2012

Castle of Rauischholzhausen, Germany

JUNE 03 - 07, 2012


SUNDAY, 3 June 2012

Conference Registration and Lodging
Conference Opening
Opening Lecture:
Ambient Mass Spectrometry and Miniaturized Instruments
Graham Cooks
from 19:00

MONDAY, 4 June 2012

Session I: SIMS - Fundamentals

09:00-09:40 Keynote Lecture I:
How can novel massive gold or argon cluster ion sources help biological SIMS imaging?
Alain Brunelle
09:40-10:00 Developments in Ambient Pressure Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Using Focussed MeV Primary Ions at the Surrey Ion Beam Centre Brian N. Jones
10:00-10:20 Comparison of Ar(n)+ cluster ions and C60+ ions for molecular desorption and ionization
Sadia Sheraz
Coffee Break

Session II: SIMS - Applications / Photoionization

10:40-11:00 Paris meteorite analysis by cluster SIMS imaging and micro-PIXE Manale Noun
11:00-11:20 Compatibility between histological staining and cluster-TOF-SIMS for in situ lipidomic studies Claudia Bich
11:20-11:40 Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Applications in the Realm of Drug-Delivery Atashi Mukherjee
11:40-12:00 Probing Chirality by Circular Dichroism Laser Mass Spectrometry Ulrich Boesl

12:00-14:00 Lunch

Session III: MALDI - Fundamentals

14:00-14:20 Sensitivity in MALDI with Gaussian and Flat-top beam profiles between 5 and 50 micrometers Werner Ens
14:20-14:40 Probing ion yields and material ablation in UV-MALDI-MS as a function of laser wavelength, fluence, and matrix proton affinity
Jens Solwitsch
!4:40-15:00 Water Ice as a Matrix for IR-MALDI o-TOF mass spectrometry Alexander Pirkl
Combining mass spectrometry with solid-state NMR to study solvent-free MALDI Laurence Charles

15:20-17:00 Poster Session I (with coffee and cake)

17:00-19:00 Tour of the Castle Park (with Annette Otte)

19:00 Dinner


TUESDAY, 5 June 2012

Session IV: Ambient MS

Keynote Lecture II:
Progress in Ambient Mass Spectrometry
Renato Zenobi
On the way to build a high-performance gas-dynamic interface for preliminary separation and transportation of ions into a mass analyzer Valeriy Raznikov
Active sample transfer capillary for ambient mass spectrometry Maryia M. Nudnova
10:20-10:40 Coffee Break

Session V: Emerging Methodologies

10:40-11:00 On Tissue Solid Phase Extraction for Targeted Profiling in Mass Spectrometry Imaging Lin He
11:00-11:20 Cisplatin, Oxaliplatin, DNA: The interaction of cytostatic drugs and DNA revisited using LC ESI MS/MS and LC ICPMS Michael W. Linscheid
Advantages of in-spray ion supercharging and super-resolution signal processing for peptide and protein mass spectrometry Yury O. Tsybin
Mapping the Lipid composition in mouse brain by single and multiple step micro extraction analyses Renaldo Almeida

12:00-14:00 Lunch

Session VI: MALDI Imaging

14:00-14:20 Fundamental aspects of masks use in MALDI Laurent Diologent
14:20-14:40 Imaging Mass Spectrometry of Plant Tissue Slices using FTICR-MS Katsutoshi Takahashi
14:40-15:00 Normalization for MALDI imaging of single datasets and cohort comparisons Sören-Oliver Deininger
15:00-15:20 MALDI MS imaging with high resolution in mass and space
Sabine Günther
15:20-15:40 Integrated software for Mass Spectrometry Imaging (MALDI, TOF-SIMS): application to rabbit eye distribution of the eye drops preservative, benzalkonium chloride Jean-Pierre Both

15:40-17:20 Poster session II (with coffee and cake)

19:00 Dinner


 WEDNESDAY, 6 June 2012


 AmbiProbe I: In situ Mass Spectrometry

09:00-09:40 AmbiProbe – mass spectrometric in situ analysis in health, environmental sciences, climate research, and homeland security
Bernhard Spengler
09:40-10:20 Mass spectrometric profiling of biological tissues – a comprehensive alternative to classical histopathology
Zoltán Takáts
10:20-10:40 Coffee Break

AmbiProbe II: In situ Mass Spectrometry

10:40-11:00  Insect antennae based biosensors for in situ applications
Andreas Vilcinskas
11:00-11:20 Microextraction and Mass Spectrometry in Environmental Analysis: Minimized Efforts for Maximum Output Rolf-Alexander Düring
In-solution, Ambient and Low-pressure H/D Exchange as Versatile Analytical Tool for Chemical and Structural Analysis by ESI-MS/M Wolf-Dieter Lehmann
On-line single particle analysis of aerosols using the compact laser mass spectrometer LAMPAS 3
Klaus-Peter Hinz

12:00-14:00 Lunch

AmbiProbe III: In situ Mass Spectrometry

14:00-14:20 Mobile High-Resolution Multiple-Reflection Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry Wolfgang Plass
14:20-14:40 TBA Michael Karas
Ambient ionization techniques and mass spectrometry imaging - a perfect match
Andreas Römpp

15:30 Departure of Buses for Giessen

16:30-18:00 Visit of the Botanical Garden in Giessen (with Volker Wissemann)

18:30 Conference Dinner at the Mathematikum/Visit to the Liebig-Museum

22:00 Early Bus Departure/23:00 Late Bus Departure


THURSDAY, 7 June 2012

Session VII: Emerging Technologies

09:00-09:40 Keynote Lecture III:
Laser Desorption Combined with Off-line ESI and MALDI Mass Spectrometry to Accurately quantify the Chemical and Biological Compounds in Liquid and Solid States
Jentaie Shiea
09:40-10:00 Using Low-Temperature Plasma Probe to Distinguish Crude Oil Samples
Mario Benassi
10:00-10:20 Single particle aerosol time-of-flight mass spectrometry with different desorption/ionisation techniques for comprehensive aerosol analytics Markus Oster
10:20-10:40 Coffee Break

Session VIII: Emerging Technologies

10:40-11:00 Direct and indirect imaging of secondary metabolites and enzymatic reactions in plant material by Desorption Electrospray Ionization Christian Janfelt
11:00-11:20 LDI-MS In situ Mass Spetrometric Visualiation of Surface Chemistry of Plants and Insects Ales Svatos
11:20-11:40 Fundamental Aspects of Laser Diode Thermal Desorption Ionization Source (LDTD) Pierre Picard
11:40-12:00 Conference Closing

12:20-14:00 Lunch