Invited Speakers


  • Noé Karl Brasier

    ETH Zürich
    University Hospital Basel

    "Translating clinical sweat analysis – A promising outlook with remaining challenges "

  • Marcella Frauscher

    AC2T research GmbH

    "How mass spectrometry leads to better performance of lubricants and fuels"

  • Karin Hain

    University of Vienna

    "Production and Characterisation of an isotopic spike for the analysis of environmental 237Np by (A)MS"

  • Gérard Hopfgartner

    Université de Genève

    "Separations Sciences coupled to Mass Spectrometry: Where are we and where could we go?"

  • Johanna Irrgeher

    Montanuniversität Leoben

    "Expanding the isotopic toolbox in support of the sustainable development goals"

  • Manuel Matzinger

    IMP - Research Institute of Molecular Pathology

    "Reproducible, sensitive and automated one-pot sample preparation for high throughput single cell proteomics "

  • Jasna Peter-Katalinic

    Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

    "Guenter Allmaier: Contributions to molecular characterization of glycoconjugates by mass spectrometry"

  • Tomáš Pluskal

    IOCB Prague

    "MZmine 3 - a tool from and for the mass spectrometry community"

  • Dominik Schwudke

    Forschungszentrum Borstel

    "Tuberculostearic acid (TSA)-containing phosphatidylinositols as molecular tool to study Tuberculosis"

  • Karoly Vekey

    Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    "Importance of CID energy dependence"



  • Roman Zubarev

    Karolinska Institutet Stockholm

    "From Plasma Desorption to blood plasma analysis - a personal proteomics journey"