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Join the icpTOF Team at EWCPS 2023

Ewcps 2023

The icpTOF team is proud to sponsor the 2023 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, EWCPS 2023, taking place in Ljubljana from January 29 to February 3, 2023. We look forward to welcoming you at our booth (#24), sharing the latest icpTOF developments in scientific presentations, and meeting with users in our hospitality suite. See more details below.

EWCPS is organized by European research groups and has become a very important event for gathering scientists whose interests lie in the development and use of analytical plasma spectrochemical techniques.

This year, the conference is coordinated by the National Institute of Chemistry, under the lead of Vid S. Šelih and Martin Šala.  The venue is at the Cankarjev Dom, the largest purpose-built conference center in Slovenia, located in the very centre of Ljubljana.

icpTOF Activities at EWCPS 2023

Booth (#24)
Meet our team at booth 24 to discuss all-element, high resolution detection using the icpTOF.
Get updates on the latest achievements in laser ablation imaging, single-particle and single-cells analysis.

icpTOF Team Posters 

Wednesday, February 23
Poster We 41
Dr. Martin Rittner, Recent improvements in Mpx/hr LA-ICP-TOFMS mapping

Poster We 60          
Dr. Lyndsey Hendriks, Asserting the icpTOF’s place in the analytical toolbox for nanoparticle analysis through an interlaboratory comparison study

See icpTOF User Presentations listed below!

icpTOF User Event

Get the latest updates on icpTOF technology and markets! The icpTOF team welcomes our users and guests for an evening at our hospitality suite. Snacks and drinks provided. Please come to booth 24 to get your ticket!

When: Monday, January 30, 5pm to 7pm

Where: Hospitality Suite – E1, Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana


icpTOF User presentations

Monday, January 30
13:35-14:00 Bodo Hattendorf, Keynote (Kosovel hall)

14:30-14:45 Eduardo Bolea, NANO3, (Kosovel hall)

Mo 7    Michail Ioannis Chronakis, MDG-ICP-tof-MS: A Versatile Tool for Quantification in the field of Single Particle ICP-MS Using Isotopic Dilution

Mo 17    Silvana Oliveira, Development of a new ICP-tof-MS method for multielement quantification in single cells of snow algae

Mo 36    Björn Meermann, Deciphering microbiological influenced corrosion processes on steel with single cell-ICP-tof-MS

Tuesday, January 31
09:40-10:05 Frank Vanhaecke, Keynote (Linhart hall)

10:45-11:10 Pascal Bohleber, Keynote (Linhart hall)

Wednesday, February 1
08:30-09:15 Detlef Günther, LA&GD Plenary (Linhart hall)

14:15-14:40 Sarah Theiner, Keynote (Linhart hall)

14:40-14:55 Gabriel Braun, IMAG1 (Linhart hall)

17:00-17:45 Thibaut Van Acker, New Horizons (Linhart hall)

We 27    Sandro Fazzolari, Coupling of a flow cytometer to the prototype ICP-TOFMS for single-cell analysis 

We 29    Elisabeth Foels, Fundamental studies to explore the potential of isotope dilution for LA-ICPMS imaging »

We 35    Kharmen Billimoria, Potential of quantitative LA-ICP-tof-MS imaging to improve understanding of Wilson’s disease therapeutics

We 40    Claude Molitor, Statistical analysis of the distribution of the cell cycle phases of different cell cultures via LA-ICP-TOFMS

We 43    Martin Schaier, LA-ICP-TOFMS as a tool for exploring the mechanisms of chemoresistance in oxaliplatin-treated HCT116 tumors

Thursday, February 2
09:15-10:00 Gunda Köllensperger, MET Plenary (Kosovel hall)

14:15-14:40 Björn Meermann, Keynote (Linhart hall)

Th 27    David Loibnegger, LA-ICP-TOFMS imaging reveals spatial distribution of platinum compounds in mouse organs and tumor tissue at the single cell level

Friday, February 3
09:00-09:45 Heidi Goenaga Infante, METRO Plenary (Linhart hall)

09:45-10:05 Takafumi Hirata, Keynote (Linhart hall)

10:05-10:30 Alexander Gundlach Graham, Keynote (Linhart hall)