HPTLC 2017

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY
JULY 4-8th BERLIN GERMANY

WORKSHOP

Location: Technical University of Berlin

Tuesday, 4th July 2017, 14:00-17:00:Practical short courses (100€)

  • HPTLC-MS for the chemists and beyond

  • Lipids identification and quantitative analysis 

  • Botanicals analysis in compliance with USP <203> and PhEur 2.8.25 

Participants will choose the workshop according their interest. the session will consist in an introduction to the topic by a specialist, a show of the different HPTLC analysis steps, including answers to the questions, and on request analysis of attendees samples (to be agreed).

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Location: Maritim Proarte Hotel, Berlin

  • Wednesday, 5th July 2017
    9:00 Opening ceremony
    9:30-18:00: Tutorials and Sessions 1-3
    18:00 Panel Discussion with manufacturers
    19:00: Welcome Cocktail

  • Thursday, 6th July 2017
    9:00-18:00: Tutorials and Sessions 4-7
    19:00 Symposium dinner with Poster and Young Scientist awards

  • Friday, 7th July 2017
    9:30-16:30: Tutorials and Sessions 8-11
    16:30: Closing ceremony

  • Saturday, 8th July 2017
    10:00-16:00 Social program



CONFIRMED INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Prof. Dr. Rob Verpoorte, The Netherlands: How to write a world-class scientific paper in HPTLC?

  • Prof. Dr. Gertrud Morlock, Germany & Prof. Dr. Colin Poole, USA: Reduced sample preparation without pitfalls in HPTLC

  • Prof. Dr. Snezana Agatonovic-Kustrin, Australia: Evaluation of polyphenolic fingerprints and antioxidant profiles of Victorian marine algae with HPTLC and multivariate analysis

  • Dr. Wanchai De-Eknamkul, Thailand: HPTLC analysis of estrogenic-like constituents in Pueraria mirifica root

  • Prof. Dr. Matthew Lindford, USA: Microfabricated TLC plates based on carbon templates

  • Dr. Agnes Moricz, Hungary: Layer chromatography hyphenations assisted screening, characterization and isolation of bioactive plant components

  • Prof. Dr. Susan Olesik, USA: Latest developments of electrospun layers

  • Prof. Dr. Jentaie Shiea, Taiwan: Interfacing flameatmospheric pressure chemical ionization mass spectrometry with HPTLC for the characterization of mixed lipids

  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schwack, Germany: Determination of total glucosinolates in Brassica crops

  • Prof. Dr. Colin Poole, USA: What every chromatographer should know about solvents






 



























Version Avril. 2017