The 2022 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry (WCPS) will be a hybrid conference offering an in-person experience in Tucson, AZ, USA and virtual programming from January 17-22, 2022.
WCPS is a biennial meeting sponsored by the ICP Information Newsletter. This conference features developments in plasma spectrochemical analysis by inductively coupled plasma (ICP), dc plasma (DCP), microwave plasma (MIP), glow discharge (GDL), and laser sources.
The icpTOF team will be on-site in Tucson and provide remote presentations as part of the hybrid conference format. Meet the icpTOF team at Booth 39 to learn more about how your research would benefit from high-speed mass spectral acquisition and simultaneous, all-element analysis with the icpTOF. See below for in-person and virtual presentations that highlight recent application data with the icpTOF.
WCPS 2022 icpTOF Presentations from TOFWERK
2:20 M04 The ICPTOF as a Biomedical Research Tool — Recent Laser Ablation and Single Particle Applications, Yannick Bussweiler, TOFWERK, Schorenstrasse 39, CH-3645 Thun, Switzerland, email@example.com
WCPS 2022 Presentations from Other Groups
10:20 IL03 Bioimaging by LA-ICP-TOFMS, Sarah Theiner, University of Vienna, Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Waehringer Str. 38, A-1090 Vienna, Austria, firstname.lastname@example.org; Andres Schweikert, Anna Schoebert, Martin Schaier, Gunda Koellensperger
11:40 M02 3D Bio-Printing: A Novel Way to Produce Calibration Standards for Quantitative LA-ICP-ToF-MS Imaging, Kharmen Billimoria, National Measurement Laboratory, LGC, Teddington TW11 0LY, United Kingdom, email@example.com; Yuri Diaz-Fernandez, Elina Andresen, Dorota Bartczak, Gonzalo Huelga-Suarez, Ute Resch-Genger, Heidi Goenaga-Infante
4:20 IL09 Single Cell – ICP- (ToF)MS — The Dawn of a New Application Field, Björn Meermann, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Division 1.1 – Inorganic Trace Analysis, Richard Willstätter Str. 11, D-12489 Berlin, Germany, firstname.lastname@example.org
1:35 Coronado Rm Single-cell inductively coupled plasma time-of-flight mass spectrometry (sc-ICP-TOFMS) applied to the study of algae cells, Yannick Bussweiler, TOFWERK, Glass Expansion Lunch and Learn ICP Workshop
WP18 Potential of Quantitative LA-ICP-ToF-MS to Underpin Absolute SERS Quantitation in a Cancer Model, Aristea Ana Leventi, University of Strathclyde, Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, 99 George St, Glasgow G1 1RD, United Kingdom, email@example.com; Kharmen Billimoria, Dorota Bartczak, Karen Faulds, Duncan Graham, Heidi Goenaga-Infante
3:40 IL31 Single-Particle ICP-TOFMS for Classification of Natural, Incidental, and Engineered Particles, Alexander Gundlach-Graham, Iowa State University, Department of Chemistry, 2415 Osborne Dr Gilman Hall 1605, Ames IA 50011, firstname.lastname@example.org; Sarah Szakas, Stasia Harycki
ThP19 Inorganic Gunshot Residue Elemental Analysis by sp-ICP-TOFMS, Sarah Szakas, Iowa State University, Department of Chemistry, 3101C Hach Hall, 2438 Pammel Dr., Ames IA 50011, email@example.com; Alexander Gundlach-Graham
4:10 WS102 A Downward ICP-TOFMS for the Analysis of Droplets Carrying Particles and Cells, Thomas Vonderach, ETH Zürich, Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry, Vladimir-Perlog-Weg 1, CH-8093 Zürich, Switzerland, firstname.lastname@example.org; Detlef Günther
4:30 WS104 Online Microdroplet Calibration for Accurate Nanoparticle Quantification in Diverse Matrices, Stasia Harycki, Iowa State University, Department of Chemistry, 3101C Hach Hall, Ames IA 50011, email@example.com; Alexander Gundlach-Graham