HPLC Scientific Presence

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Short Course

Saturday, June 17
2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

State of the Art in Column Technology

Monika Dittmann
Agilent Technologies
Kevin D. Wyndham
Waters Corporation, USA

Monday, June 19
9:40 AM – 10:00 AM Oral 3

Session: FUN 2 Multi-Dimensional Separations

Experimental Evaluation of Microfluidic LC Column Performance: Straight Versus Serpentine Channels

Martin Gilar
Waters Corporation, USA


2:00 PM – 2:30 PM Keynote

Session: FUN 3 Mechanisms of Mass Transport Phenomena

Combining Solvent and Non-Uniform Temperature Gradients to Improve Peak Capacity in Microfluidic Separations

Fabrice Gritti
Waters Corporation, USA

Tuesday, June 20
9:20 AM – 9:40 AM Oral 2

Session: FUN 5 Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

Modeling Retention Behavior under Solvent Gradient Condition in SFC

Abhijit Tarafder
Waters Corporation, USA

Wednesday, June 21
10:30 AM – 11:10 AM Tutorial

Session: YOU 10 SFC and SFC/MS

Supercritical Fluid Chromatography (SFC)

Isabelle Francois
Waters Corporation, USA


Transferring and Improving a Legacy HPLC-UV Cleaning Validation Method by Employing UHPLC and Mass Detection

Helene Boiteux
Waters Corporation, USA

Fluorescent and MS-Active Labeling Reagent for the Analysis of N-Glycans

Darryl Brousmiche
Waters Corporation, USA

Considerations for Maximizing the Efficiency Benefits of sub-2-µm Solid-core Particles

Maureen DeLoffi
Waters Corporation, USA

Automating Mobile Phase Ph for Peptide Mapping for LC-UV-MS Methods

Amanda Dlugash
Waters Corporation, USA

Fraction Collection for Isolating Impurities in Forced Degradation Studies

Paula Hong
Waters Corporation, USA

Advanced Topics in Peptide Mapping: Developing Reproducible High Resolution Separations

Priya Jayaraman
Waters Corporation, USA

Considerations for Selecting the Optimal Stationary Phases for Proteomic Trap-elute Nanochromatography

Moon Chul JUNG
Waters Corporation, USA

Tracking and Reporting Synthetic Peptide Impurities With a Cost-Effective Single Quadrupole Mass Detector for Improved Confidence in Analysis

Brooke Koshel
Waters Corporation, USA

Successfully Developing and Using Ultra-High Performance Size-Exclusion Chromatography (UHP-SEC) Methods for the Analysis of Biotherapeutic Proteins

Stephan Koza
Waters Corporation, USA

Sensitive Detection of Sialylated N-Glycans using Optimized HILIC LC-MS Separations

Matthew Lauber
Waters Corporation, USA

Solid-Core Particles for Chromatographic Separations Under High pH Conditions

Nicole Lawrence
Waters Corporation, USA

The Use of Orthogonal Methods to Monitor the Major Degradation Products of Cannabidiol (CBD)

Catharine Layton
Waters Corporation, USA

Effective Determination of Achiral and Chiral Impurities by Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography (2DLC)

Zhimin Li
Waters Corporation, USA

Detection of Cocaine and Its Major Metabolites in Rodent Bones by 2D-LC Technology

Claude Mallet
Waters Corporation, USA

Sensitive UPLC Method with Tandem Mass Detection for Analysis of Genotoxic Impurities of Imatinib Mesylate Drug

Margaret Maziarz
Waters Corporation, USA

A Comparison of the Selectivity of Solid-Core CORTECS Columns and Fully Porous Columns

Jennifer Nguyen
Waters Corporation, USA

Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) Combined With UPLC/MS for Metabolic Phenotyping: Effects of Column Length, Gradient Duration and IMS on Metabolite Detection

Paul Rainville
Waters Corporation, USA

Development and Comparison of Quantitative Methods Using Orthogonal Chromatographic Techniques for the Analysis of Potential Mutagenic Impurities

Jennifer Simeone
Waters Corporation, USA