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Finalists for Consideration of the 2016 Csaba Horváth Young Scientist Award

Presentation of the award takes place on Friday at 5:15 pm 

Finalist

Oral Session

Presentation Title

Yoachim Vanderheyden

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Brussels, Belgium

Tuesday Session

High Efficiency Separations

Peak Deconvolution to Correctly and Completely Assess the True Band Broadening of Chromatographic Columns

Melanie Mignot

University of Rouen

Rouen, France

Tuesday Session

Monoliths and Particle

Technology - II

Same Core-shell Silica Batch, Same Microwave Grafting Procedure Leading to Various C18 Stationary Phases? Insight in Thermal Pretreatments

Lidia Montero

Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL-CSIC)

Madrid, Spain

Wednesday Session

Food, Nutrition, and Agricultural

Metabolic Classification of Licorice as Function of Geographical Origin by Comprehensive Two-dimensional Liquid Chromatography Coupled to Mass Spectrometry (LC × LC-MS/MS)

Hector Neira

University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA, USA

Wednesday Session

Microfabricated

LC and CE - II

Microfluidic Immunoelectrophoresis Eliminates Electrotransfer-assisted Immunoprobing

Zachary Breitbach

University of Texas at Arlington

Arlington, TX, USA

Wednesday Session

Stationary Phases

High Efficiency HILIC Stationary Phases based on Core-shell Silica and Sub-2 μm Monodisperse Silica

Simone Dimartino

University of Edinburgh

Edinburgh, UK

Thursday Session

Microfabricated

LC and CE - III

3D Printing of Chromatography Media: Closing the Loop between Real Word Experiments and Computer Simulations

Josef Johann Heiland

University of Leipzig

Leipzig, Germany

Thursday Session

Microfabricated

LC and CE - III

 

HPLC-MS in Glass Chips