4th International Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) Meeting

18. 1. 2017


In partnership with the University of Utrecht, Agilent Technologies is delighted to invite you to the 4th International Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) Meeting to be hosted by the University of Utrecht on 17–18 January 2018.
This annual scientific event consists of two parts:
Day 1 – IMS User Meeting and Training Workshop
The IMS User meeting and Training Workshop is open to Agilent IMS users. The morning session will comprise of presentations delivered by guest international speakers and Agilent scientists followed by afternoon of training workshops run by both users and Agilent R&D application scientists.
Confirmed guest speakers include:
Prof. Geert-Jan Boons: Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery, Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Chemistry, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Dr. Aivett Bilboa and Dr. Eleanor Sinclair, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Seattle, WA, USA
Prof. Dr. Stephan Hann and Dr. Tim Causon, BOKU – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Division of Analytical Chemistry Vienna
Click here to view agenda for day 1
Day 2 – IMS Seminar: Open to all
The following day (18-January) is a full day IMS seminar open to all scientists that are interested in learning about IMS in small and large molecule applications. The event will be hosted by Prof. Geert Jan Boons at the departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Chemistry at the University of Utrecht with content delivered by guest international speakers and Agilent scientists:
Confirmed guest speakers include:
Prof. Valerie Gabelica, IECB, Bordeaux, Pessac, France
Prof. Geert-Jan Boons: Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery, Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Chemistry, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Dr. Sam Payne, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Seattle, WA, USA
Prof. Jules Griffin, University of Cambridge, UK
Dr. Thomas Eichmann, University Graz, Institute of Molecular Biosciences, Graz, Austria
Gwenael Nys, University Liege, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Medicines (CIRM), Liège, Belgium
Prof. Oliver Schmitz, University of Duisberg, Department of Chemistry, Germany
Click here to view agenda for day 2
Both meetings are free of charge and will provide an excellent forum for delegates to network with guest international speakers and Agilent R&D scientists.

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