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Innovations in Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation Conference

14 Jul 2013 - 18 Jul 2013 - Saint-Petersburg, Russia



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The Conference on Innovations in Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation will be a place for meeting of people who are working on ion sources, ion transport systems, mass analyzers, ion detectors, signal analysis, computer simulations, whole instrument design, large scale instruments, supplementary technologies (separations, vacuum et.) and applications.

This conference will be designed and scheduled as flat and democratic as possible.

  • No tutorials
  • No key-note lectures
  • No plenary presentations
  • All participants can present oral or (and – if wished) poster.

All orals will be 20-30 minutes long (exact time will be determined later) and will be followed by 5 minutes panel discussion. Program will be divided into thematic sections. In case of large numbers  of participants parallel sessions will be scheduled.

In the evening or lunch time corporate events (user meetings, seminars, and corporate workshops) can be arranged.

Round table discussions or thematic workshops can be initiated.

We warmly welcome academic scientists, mass spectrometry companies, government experts, experts in education and innovations, students, and people interesting in applications of MS and new MS based technologies in biochemistry, chemistry, pharmacy, biotechnologies and environmental science.



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