Lunch seminars

The lunch seminars (incl. lunch) on Monday and Tuesday are free of charge and open for all conference participants.

Monday 18 June

Agilent
Agilent innovations to support modern analytical laboratories
* Manage data from your entire lab with OpenLab ECM XT
Ralf Davidsson
* A new dimension to complex LC separations: Agilent 2D-LC
Rob Horsefield
* Ultivo – the worlds smallest yet powerful LC/QQQ system
Peter Abrahamsson

Chemical Abstracts Service (Information as pdf)
SciFinder-n accelerate your research
Why you should attend? For you that already know SciFinder: SciFinder-n is a COMPLETELY new solution that will bring back you time for more lab work. For you that don’t know SciFinder: Start here with the most intuitive and modern interface and the well know CAS comprehensive content.

Teknolab
Revolutionize the day-to-day purification challenges for chemists – From TLC to Flash and Prep

Tuesday 19 June

Agilent
Agilent innovations to support modern analytical laboratories
* Manage data from your entire lab with OpenLab ECM XT
Ralf Davidsson
* A new dimension to complex LC separations: Agilent 2D-LC
Rob Horsefield
* Ultivo – the worlds smallest yet powerful LC/QQQ system
Peter Abrahamsson

GISANS Summit (Information as pdf)
* Prof. Thomas Hellweg, Physical and Biophysical Chemistry, Bielefeld University, Germany, will give a GISANS introduction and talk about his GISANS work on responsive gel particles on surface.
* Dr. Thomas Arnold, ESS (responsible for the Freia reflectometer), will talk about the complementarity of GISANS and GISAXS and the ESS perspective of a Swedish GISANS instrument at GISANS.
After these two talks there will be a discussion moderated by Professor Mark Rutland, KTH, Stockholm.

Magritek
The Spinsolve benchtop NMR spectrometer and its applications in academia and Industries like pharmaceutical, fine chemical, petrochemical, forensics, and food.

Merck
New chemistry from Sigma Aldrich and an intro to the retrosynthesis software from Merck. Bioseparations and BioSPME