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第七届上海国际分析化学研讨会日程安排公布

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  大会日程安排如下:

The 7th Shanghai International Symposium on Analytical Chemistry

  Program

September 23 Afternoon

Registration

Sept.24

Sept.25

AM

PM

AM

PM

Opening & Plenary Lectures

(N2-M42)

 Food Safety

(Session 2)

(N2-M41)

Separation Sciences / Mass Spectrometry

(Session 4)

 (N2-M41)

 Separation Sciences / Mass Spectrometry

(Session 4)

(N2-M41)

 Pharmaceuticals and TCM

(Session 1)

(N2-M42)



Proteomics and Metabolomics

(Session 3)

(N2-2W2)

 Environmental Bioanalysis

(Session 5)

(N2-2W2)

Environmental Bioanalysis

(Session 5)

 (N2-2W2)

POST

((N2-M42 Corridor)




Dinner party

Poster Award

(18:30-20:00)

Sept. 24th , 2014

Opening & Plenary Lectures

 Chair: Jin-Ming Lin, Oliver J. Schmitz

Venue: (N2-M42)

08:45-09:00


Opening: Prof. Jin-Ming Lin

Prof. Jin-Ming Lin, Tsinhua University/China

Prof. Xiurong Yang, Institute of Changchun Applied Chemistry, CAS/China

Prof. Oliver J. Schmitz, Messe München International/Germany

Dr.Reinhard Pfeiffer, Messe München International/Germany

09:00-09:40

P-1

On-Line Analysis of Exhaled Breath using Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometry

Prof. Dr. Renato Zenobi, Laboratoriumfür Organische Chemie/Switzerland

09:40-10:20

P-2

Pico-, Femto-, Atto-Liter Bio-Analytical Instrumentation

on Extended-Nano Fluidic Device
Prof. Takehiko Kitamori, Department of Applied Chemistry, The University of Tokyo /Japan

10:20-11:00

P-3

Fundamental and Application of Functional Nanostructure/Nanomaterial Based on Microorganisms

Prof. Xiurong Yang, Institute of Changchun Applied Chemistry, CAS/China

11:00-11:40

P-4

Chromatography with X-ray eyes:  When you can see inside a column, You Can Separation develop in real time.

Prof. Purnendu K Dasgupta,Jenkins Garrett Professor and Chair,Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Texas at Arlington Arlington TX /USA

11:40-12:20

P-5

Origin of life in the upper continental crust – Super critical CO2 as key to the development of prebiotic chemistry I

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schreiber,Faculty of Biology, Department of Geology,

University of Duisburg-Essen /Germany

12:20-14:30

Lunch

Session 1: Pharmaceuticals and TCM

Session Chair: Shao-Ping Li, Heinz Schmeiser

Venue: N2-M42

14:30-14:55

1-I-1

Drug discovery from traditional Chinese medicine

Prof. Yan Zhang, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, ACS/ China

14:55-15:20

1-I-2

Aristolochic acid a human cancer hazard in herbal remedies

Dr. Heinz Schmeiser, German Cancer Research Center Heidelberg/ Germany

15:20-15:35

1-O-1

A novel method for on-line detect ginsenoside in the serum

Cuicui Liu, Yanbian University/ China

15:35-15:50

1-O-2

Electrochemical Unveilness of Intracellular Purine Nucleotide Metbolism by Ultra-sensitive and Regenerable Graphene/Ionic-Liquid Modified GCE

Guang-Gang Gao, Jiamusi University/ China

15:50-16:10


Coffee break (20 min)

16:10-16:35

1-I-3

Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Carbohydrates in Chinese Medicines

Prof. Shao-ping Li, University of Macau/China

16:35-16:55

1-I-4

High-Pressure Ion Chromatography – A New Platform for High Resolution or High Throughput Separations of Ionic Compounds

Joachim Weiss, Thermo Fisher Scientific GmbH, Im Steingrund 4-6, 63303 Dreieich/ Germany

16:55-17:10

1-O-3

Molecularly imprinted polymer- carbon nanotube modified pencil electrode as a sensor for determination of illicit drug of furosemide

Behzad Rezaei, Isfahan University of Technology/ Iran

17:10-17:25


Shimadzu new UFMS technology -LCMS-8050

Zhicheng Deng, Shimadzu (China) Co., Ltd.

Session 2: Food Safety

Session Chair: Gongke Li, Torsten Schmidt

Venue: N2-M41

14:30-14:55

2-I-1

Multiclass Residue Analysis by LC/MS using alternative ionization technique based on dielectric barrier discharge principle

Prof. Heiko Hayen, University of Münster/ Germany

14:55-15:20

2-I-2

Progress of online sample preparation techniques for chromatographic analysis

Prof. Gongke Li, Sun Yat-sen University/ China

15:20-15:35

2-O-1

Investigation of Triacylglycerols in Edible Oil using GC-MS and LC-MS

Xu Xu, Shanghai Institute of Technology/ China

15:35-15:50

2-O-2

Improve the Extraction of Synthetic Food Colorants in Fish Ball with Chitosan for Their Sensitive and High Recovery Determination by HPLC

Cong Kong, East China Sea Fisheries Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences/ China

15:50-16:10


Coffee break (20min)

16:10-16:35

2-I-3

Compound-specific Stable isotope analysis in food authenticity control

Prof. Torsten Schmidt, University of Duisburg-Essen/ Germany

16:35-16:55

2-I-4

Advanced Thermal Analysis Methods for Characterization of Waste

Dr. J. Blumm, NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH, Wittelsbacherstr. 42, D-95100 Selb/Bavaria/ Germany

16:55-17:10

2-O-3

Fast, Efficient and Convenient Extraction of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) from Edible Oils Using a Dual-Layer SPE Cartridge

Michael Ye, Supelco, Div. of Sigma-Aldrich/ USA

17:10-17:25

2-O-4

Development of an electrochemical DNA-biosensor for sensitive monitoring of chrysoidine, a banned dye, in foods and textile effluents

Ali A. Ensafi, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran

Session 3: Proteomics and Metabolomics

Session Chair: Guohua Zhou, Schmitt-Kopplin

Venue: N2-2W2

14:30-14:55

3-I-1

A novel ultra-sensitive GC-ion source for an Orbitrap-MS

Prof. Oliver J. Schmitz, University of Duisburg-Essen/ Germany

14:55-15:20

3-I-2

Integrating Multiple Analytical Dimensions for Meta-Metabolomics of Microbiomes

Prof. Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, GSF / Germany

15:20-15:35

3-O-1

High throughput extraction of peptides/proteins by nanostructure materials

Ren’an Wu, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences/ China

15:35-15:50

3-O-2

Metabolomics driven the discovery of functional small molecules towards a diversity of biological innovations

Haitao Lu, Chongqing University/ China

15:50-16:10

Coffee break (20min)

16:10-16:35

3-I-3

“TubeLab”: A contamination-free platform for multiplex detection of genomic biomarkers for personalized medicine

Prof. Guohua Zhou, Nanjing University/ China

16:35-16:55

3-I-4

Concerned about quality of medicines  Sharing healthy life together

-Hitachi’s analytical instruments in medicine research solutions

Dr. Xiaoli Mou, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation

16:55-17:10

3-O-3

Analytical Biotechnologies for Salivary Molecular Diagnostics

Hua Xiao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University/ China

Sept. 25, 2014

Session 4: Separation Sciences / Mass Spectrometry

Session Chair: Philip Marriott,Huwei Liu

                                                                Venue: N2-M41

09:00-09:25

4-I-1

Essential Oil Analysis by Using Novel Design of Separation Systems with Olfactometry and MS/MS Detection – ‘TAAAS’

Prof. Philip Marriott, Monash University/ Australia

09:25-09:50

4-I-2

Direct chemical labeling and LC-MS analysis of below nMphytohormone of gibberellins

Prof. Yi Chen, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences/ China

09:50-10:05

4-O-1

A robust, automated, quantitative, method-integrated system for ultratrace analyses using Direct Speciated Isotope Dilution (D-SID) mass spectrometry, with applications in drinking water (2-3 ppt) and human blood (30 ppt)

Matt Pamuku, Applied Isotope Technologies/ USA

10:05-10:20

4-O-2

Fast quantification of endogenous carbohydrates in plasma using hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry

Yu Cheng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University/ China

10:20-10:40

Coffee break (20min)

10:40-11:00

4-I-3

The Concept of Peak Capacity in 2D-LC and 1D-UHPLC and its True Value to Compare Methods for Highly Complex Sample Analysis

PD Dr. Frank Steiner (ThermoFisher)

11:00-11:25

4-I-4

Plasma assisted laser desorption/ionization MS and its applications in imaging analysis

Prof. Huwei Liu, Peking University/ China

11:25-11:40

4-O-3

Feasibility of electrophoresis coupled with HPLC-MS/MS for rapid screening α-glucosidase inhibitors from medicinal plants

Xiaoyu Xia, Yanbian University/ China

11:40-11:55

4-O-4

The Most Recent Development of Superficially Porous Particles for HPLC/UHPLC for Small Molecules and Large Proteins

Wu Chen, Agilent Technologies, Inc./ USA

12:00-13:30

Lunch

Session 4: Separation Sciences / Mass Spectrometry

Session Chair: Jack Syage, Qun Fang

                                         Venue: N2-M41

13:30-13:55

4-I-5

Microfluidic analysis and screening with the SODA systems

Prof. Qun Fang, Zhejiang University/ China

13:55-14:20

4-I-6

Effects of preanalytical factors on metabolome: suggestion on sample collection and storage in biobank

Prof. Guowang Xu, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, ACS/ China

14:20-14:35

4-O-5

Bioimaging and Hair monitoring of Metal Complexes by Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry

Kelvin Sze-Yin Leung, Hong Kong Baptist University/ China

14:35-14:50

4-O-6

Rapid Determination of Vitamin D2 in Edible/Medicinal Fungi

by HPLC-DAD

Jianyong Wu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University/ China

14:50-15:10

Coffee break (20min)

15:10-15:35

4-I-7

Atmospheric Pressure Photoionization (APPI) for the Direct Analysis of Drugs of Abuse in Urine

Dr. Jack Syage, Morpho Detection, Inc. / USA

15:35-16:00

4-I-8

New approaches to highly selective solid-phase microextraction and online hyphenation with LC-MS for pharmaceutical analysis

Prof. Zilin Chen, Wuhan University/ China

16:00-16:25

4-I-9

Generation of droplets of liquid for capillary electrophoresis and electrospray ionization in food analysis

Prof. Jinming Lin, Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084/ China

16:25-16:40

4-O-7

Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of Unknown Compounds in a Rose Extraction by Entropy Minimization Algorithms

Hua-Jun Zhang, Guangxi Academy of Sciences/ China

16:40-16:55

4-O-8

1290 Infinity II and application

Bo Chen, Agilent Technologies (China) Co.,Ltd.

16:55-17:10

4-O-9

Advanced Applications of Thermo Fisher Chromatography and Spectrometry in Environmental and Chemical Industry

Mr. Zhongyang Hu, Thermo Fisher ( China)

Session 5: Environmental Bioanalysis

Session Chair: Jacek Namiesnik, Jianhua Wang

Venue: N2-2W2

09:00-09:25

5-I-1

New challenges in an environmental analytical  laboratory

Dr. Volker Linnemann, RWTH Aachen/ Germany

09:25-09:50

5-I-2

Cell manipulation by genetic engineering approach for highly selective uptake of metal species

Prof. Jianhua Wang, Northeastern University/ China

09:50-10:05

5-O-1

Two-Way Nanopore Sensing of Sequence-Specific Oligonucleotides and Small-Molecule Targets in Complex Matrices Using Integrated DNA Supersandwich Structures

Fan Xia, Huazhong University of Science and Technology/ China

10:05-10:20

5-O-2

Photoelectrochemical Sensor for Perfluorooctane sulfonate Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymer / Bismuth Oxyiodide Flake Arrays Modified Screen-Printed Electrode

Jingming Gong, Central China Normal University/ China

10:20-10:40

Coffee break (20min)

10:40-11:00

5-I-3

Royal Society of Chemistry: Advancing Excellence in Chemical Science

Dr. Guanqun Song, Royal Society of Chemistry

11:00-11:25

5-I-4

Application of passive sampling techniques as an usable tool in the field of environmental quality monitoring

Prof. Jacek Namiesnik, University of Gdansk/ Poland

11:25-11:40

5-O-3

A rapid and label-free dual-detection of Hg (II) and cysteine by fluorescence switching of graphene quantum dots

Prof. Yongnian Ni, Nanchang University/ China

11:40-11:55

5-O-4

Detection of Mercury(II) with Nanopore-based Technology

Hai-Chen Wu, Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS/ China

12:00-13:30

Lunch

Session 5: Environmental Bioanalysis

Session Chair: Albert Sickmann,Chengzhi Huang

Venue: N2-2W2

13:30-13:55

5-I-5

Biocompatible mutifunctionalized nanomaterials for tumor targeting imaging, drug delivery and photothermal therapy

Prof. Cheng Zhi Huang, Southwest University/ China

13:55-14:20

5-I-6

Light Scattering Detection Optics and Gold Nanoparticle-Embedded Sensorchip for Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor

Prof. Kazuhiko Fujiwara, Akita University/ Japan

14:20-14:35

5-O-5

Microwave-Enhanced Sample Decomposition and Extraction Enabling Environmental Human Health to become Standard Measurement Methods Internationally

H. M. ‘Skip’ Kingston, Duquesne University/ USA

14:35-14:50

5-O-6

β-FeOOH decorated carboxylic graphene oxide for arsenic removal from water and arsenic proconcentration at ultra-trace level

Mingli Chen, Northeastern University/ China

14:50-15:10


Coffee Break (20min)

15:10-15:35

5-I-7

Nanoclusters for fluorescence sensing

Prof. Xi Chen, Xiamen University/ China

15:35-16:00

5-I-8

Systematic characterization of human platelets in cardiovascular diseases

Dr. Julia Burkhart, ISAS/ Germany

16:00-16:25

5-I-9

Systematic and quantitative comparison of digest efficiency and specificity reveals the impact of trypsin quality on MS-based proteomics

Prof. Albert Sickmann, ISAS / Germany

16:25-16:40

5-O-7

Highly Efficient Up/Downconversion NIR Fluorescent Nanomaterials for disease diagnostics and therapy

Fan Zhang, Fudan University/ China

16:40-16:55

5-O-8

Organic Pollutants in Different Food Stuffs of Bangladesh

M. I. R. Mamun, Department of Chemistry, University of Dhaka, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh

16:55-17:10

5-O-9

Advanced Applications of Thermo Fisher Chromatography and Spectrometry in Environmental and Chemical Industry

Zhongyang Hu, Thermo Fisher Scientific (China) Co., Ltd.

  Poster Presentation

  Venue: Hall of N2-M42

1

Lian Hong

Determination of Di-(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) metabolites

in urine using liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry

2

Xiaoding Lou

Detection of adenine-rich ssDNA based on thymine-substituted tetraphenylethene with aggregation-induced emission characteristics

3

Yilin Zou

A novel method for real-time monitoring of emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from plants by using liquid phase microextraction

4

Changqing Yi

Development of FRET-based nanoprobes for biomedical detections

5

Zhaomin Zhang

Novel fluorescent nanoprobes for the detection and intracellular imaging of Zn2+

6

Haiyan Wang

Electrochemiluminescence Detection of Cadmium Ion with Thioacetamide Modified CdS Quantum Dot

7

Shuhui Liu

A novel sample preparation method for determination of total phthalate in edible oil by liquid chromatography

8

Xiaojing Mao

Multivariate statistical analysis of heavy metals pollution of water in copper industrial area from the City in the Southern China

9

Baichuan Deng

A novel variable selection approach that iteratively optimizes variable space based on weighted binary matrix sampling

10

Hui Wei

Functional Bionanomaterials for Bioanalysis

11

Ting Yang

Heavy Metal Separation and Analysis based on genetic modified microbe

12

Yan Zeng

Nitrogen-Doped Graphene with Peroxidase Catalytic Activity

13

Tiantian Li

Optimizing HPLC and UHPLC Fittings and Connections

14



Amit Rathore

Sourcing and Management of Capital Laboratory Equipment

15



Amit Rathore

Procurement in era of ‘No Blockbuster’ Drugs

16

Hai-Yan Zong

Molecular crowding-based imprinted monolith for capillary electrochromatography

17

Jing Zhang

Preparation and characterization of a dual-templates molecularly imprinted monolith with a metal ion as self-assembly pivot

18

Haitao Feng

Synthesis of α-Aryl Cinnamonitrile Derivatives and Their Application to Detection of Cyanide Anion

19

Yuanming Zhang

Nanoscale hydrodynamics probed with laser light scattering

- from proteins, microvesicles to cellular particulates

20

 

Xu Xu

Quantitative Analysis of Resveratrol and Polydatin in Polygonum Cuspidatum by NMR Spectroscopy

21

Matt Pamuku

New, Quantitative, Inter-Laboratory Transferable GC-MS Method Using Direct Isotope Dilution (D-ID) Method Improves Precision and Accuracy of Persistent Organic Pollutant Analysis by an Order of Magnitude

22

H. M. Skip Kingston

Exposomic Analyses for Chemical, Biochemical and Epigenetic Differences in Children with Autism and Control Children in a Double-blind Study Evaluating New Methods Assessment

23

Michael Ye

Extraction and Analysis of Streptomycin and Related Aminoglycoside Drugs from Honey, Cell Culture and Pork Muscle Using Aminoglycoside MIP SPE and LC-MS/MS

24

Jingming Gong

Carbon naospheres@GO@Cyclodextrin Modified Glass carbon

Electrode as Electrochemical sensor for the detection of

acephatemet

25

Jingming Gong

A novel molecularly imprinted electrochemiluminescence sensor for selective determination of pentachlorophenol

26

Jingming Gong

Efficient removal of pentachlorophenol by hierarchically structured magnetite-carbonaceous spheres

27

Jingming Gong

Beta-Cyclodextrin non-covalently functionalized graphene bridged by 3,4,9,10-perylene tetracarboxylic acid for electrochemical sensing of methamidophos

28

Ali A. Ensafi

Impedimetric DNA-biosensor for the study of dopamine induces DNA damage and investigation of inhibitory and repair effect of some antioxidants

29

Ali A. Ensafi

A new non-enzymatic copper/porous silicon nanocomposite glucose sensor

30

Yan Luo

Analysis of APEO in Coating Samples by LC/UV/MS

31

Ruizhi Ning

Research on Cytotoxicity of Charge Effect Between ZnO Nanowire Arrays and Cells

32

Yong Deng

Determination of sarcosine metabolism of prostate cancer cell by liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry

 

33

Wu Liu

Development and applications of paper spray ionization-mass spectrometry for monitoring of sequentially generated droplets

34

Weifei Zhang

Determination of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in river water by combination of liquid–liquid extraction and gas chromatography–mass spectrometry

 


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