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Mass Spectrometry and Emerging Applications Symposium

PerkinElmer

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

Hyattsville, MD

Mass Spectrometry and Emerging Applications Symposium

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Join PerkinElmer at this diverse event where you can observe a live UV-Vis nanomaterial characterization demonstration, attend lectures regarding new mass spectrometry applications as well as have a look at exciting new instrumentation revealing revolutionary technology from PerkinElmer. 

 

Agenda

Times
 
8:00 AM
Registration Opens & Breakfast
8:50 AM
Welcome and Introductions 
9:00 AM

Nanoparticle Characterization Using Single Particle (SP)-ICP-MS for Environmental and Food Samples; Importance of data acquisition speed
Chady Stephan, Ph.D., Senior Field Staff, Product Specialist, PerkinElmer EH

9:45 AM

Trace Organic Analysis for Food Safety, Food Adulteration, and Drugs of Abuse in Seconds without Chromatography
Charlie Schmidt, North America Organic Mass Spectrometry Field Sales Development Manager, PerkinElmer EH

10:25 AM
Break
10:30 AM


In Vitro UV/Visible Spectroscopy of Elastic Scattering Sunscreens and Cosmetics: Characterizing Nanoparticles in Sunscreen and Cosmetic Formulations

Jillian F. Dlugos, Glenelg High School
Jeffrey L. Taylor, Ph.D., Senior Field Staff, Product Specialist, PerkinElmer EH

11:20 AM


Current and Future Trends in Mass Spectrometry: Its Genesis, Present Day and Innovations Ahead

Joshua A. Wilhide, Mass Spectrometry Laboratory Manager and William R. LaCourse Ph.D., Dean of CNMS, University of Maryland Baltimore County Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

12:00 PM
Lunch
1:10 PM


Live Demonstration
-How to Characterize Both Large and Nano Particle Scattering Via UV/Visible Spectroscopy Using and Integrating Sphere With Center Mount
Jillian F. Dlugos, Glenelg High School
Jeffrey L. Taylor, Ph.D., Senior Field Staff, Product Specialist, PerkinElmer EH
 

1:45 PM

Comparative Characterization of Particle size, Distribution and Elemental Composition of Nanoparticles using TEM, DLS, SAXS, and Single Particle Mode SP-ICP-MS techniques
Eugenia Mirica, Ph.D., Laboratory Manager, EMSL Analytical, Inc., Materials Science Division

2:15 PM


AxION iQT GC MS/MS from PerkinElmer; Now, The Power of Triple Quad Quantitation and Q-TOF Identification in a Single Instrument

Bill Hahn, Senior Field Staff, Product Specialist, Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, Environmental East Region, PerkinElmer EH
 

2:30 PM
Visit the Live Demonstration
 2:40 PM


Poster Review and Live Demonstration - 
360° View of Nano Characterization for Additional Customer Cosmetic Samples
Jillian F. Dlugos, Glenelg High School
Jeffrey L. Taylor, Ph.D., Senior Field Staff, Product Specialist, PerkinElmer EH
 


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When & Where


Marriott Inn & Conference Center, University of Maryland University College
3501 University Blvd E
Hyattsville, MD 20783

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)


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