SinS 2023 - Posters List

ID Abstract Title Presenter Company Country
1The IMPART project, a citizen science approach to using passive samplers to monitor for emerging contaminantsMr Richardson AKImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
2Analysis of river water using passive samplers and machine learning tools to aid screening of novel compoundsMr Richardson AKImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
4Zeolitic imidazole framework-67 coated stainless steel fiber for solid-phase microextraction of alcohols in alcoholic beverage samples.Mrs nazanin amarehvali-e-asr university of rafsanjanIran, Islamic Republic of
5Enhancing retention control in temperature-responsive liquid chromatography (TRLC)Mr Adriaan AmpeGhent UniversityBelgium
6Optimization of Compound Discoverer® Quality Parameters to Ease Peak-Picking Steps in Non-target Screening of Xenobiotics in Human BiofluidsMs Inés BacieroUniversity of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)Spain
7The Analysis of Pesticide Products using Ultra-High-Performance Supercritical Fluid Chromatography-Mass SpectrometryMs Rebecca BakerUniversity of SouthamptonUnited Kingdom
8Adaptation of Large Panels of Per- and Polyfluoronated Alkyl Substances (PFAS) for Routine Analysis of Drinking and Environmental Waters by Direct Injection Using UHPLC-MS/MS. Janitha De-AlwisWaterUnited Kingdom
9Application of Tile-Based Fisher Ratio Analysis in an Extractables StudyMr Jonathan DunscombeElement Materials TechnologyUnited Kingdom
10Using Novel Stationary Phase Selectivity to Address Potential NDMA Over-Quantification due to Isobaric Interference in the LC-MS/MS Analysis of NitrosaminesDr Matt JamesAvantorUnited Kingdom
11Applied Troubleshooting for HPLC & LC-MSDr Diane TurnerAnthias Consulting LtdUnited Kingdom
12Reuse of Mass Spectrometry Systems for Academics in Developing CountriesDr Giles EdwardsRecycling Organisation for Research OpportunitiesUnited Kingdom
13Investigation of adulterated herbal remedies using High Resolution LC/MS.Dr Trevor FerrisImperial CollegeUnited Kingdom
14The use of quantitative proton nuclear magnetic resonance (1H qNMR) in the purity determination of established and novel ingredientsDr Catherine FrankisRSSLUnited Kingdom
15Statistical differentiation of the Chinese liquor ‘Baijiu’ using SPME-GC×GC-TOFMS Mr Alan GriffithsLECOUnited Kingdom
16Targeted and non-targeted analysis of pumpernickel bread aroma compounds by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography coupled to time-of-flight mass spectrometry (GC×GC-TOFMS)Mr Alan GriffithsLECOUnited Kingdom
17Identification of Key Flavour Compounds in Chilies Mr James GruffertySensient Flavors LtdUnited Kingdom
18CHARACTERISATION OF OLIGONUCLEOTIDES BY NEGATIVE ION ESI TANDEM MS AND IMS Mr Fabien HannauerChemistry, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Southampton, UKUnited Kingdom
19Understanding batch inhomogeneity in Pharmaceutical Excipients by GPC-FTIRMr Nathan HawkinsSpectrometrics LimitedUnited Kingdom
20Prediction of Retention Indices of Liquid Chromatography Coupled to High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry Pixel by PixelMs Jiani HuUniversity of AmsterdamNetherlands
21A review of recent non-target analysis methods and their perceived chemical space applied to the identification of chemicals of emerging concernMr Tobias HullemanUniversity of AmsterdamNetherlands
22Nitrosamine Testing in the CCS (Carbon Capture & Storage) IndustryMr Andrew JamesEllutiaUnited Kingdom
23Applicability of Hydrogen as a GC Carrier Gas for Non-Target Screening: An Evaluation using High Resolution TOFMS with a Multi-Mode Ionization SourceMr Nick JonesLECOGermany
24AAA for the mass spectrometrist: essential tool for any bumpy analytical journey Camilla LiscioElement Laboratory solutionsUnited Kingdom
25Elucidating the information contained in different molecular fingerprintsMs Melanie MessihUniversity of Amsterdam (UvA)Netherlands
26Understanding the source and environmental fate of tyre wear emissions Nick MoldenEmissions Analytics LtdUnited Kingdom
27Characterising biosurfactants produced by Bacillus humi using LC MS/MSDr Jackie MoselyUniversity of YorkUnited Kingdom
28Understanding the effect of biofouling and biocorrosion of metal canisters intended for use in nuclear waste disposal Adam MumfordSwansea UniversityUnited Kingdom
29Analysis of persistent and mobile organic compounds (PMOCs) in human urine by mixed-mode liquid chromatographyMr Mikel MusatadiUniversity of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)Spain
30Predicting Ionization Efficiency in Non-Targeted Analysis: A Novel Approach Using Molecular Fingerprints and Cumulative Neutral Loss ProbabilityMr Alexandros NikolopoulosUniversity of AmsterdamNetherlands
31Extension of SIFT-MS Residual Solvent Analysis to Water-Insoluble Articles Mark PerkinsElement Laboratory solutionsUnited Kingdom
32Gas Chromatography-Vacuum Ultraviolet spectroscopy (GC-VUV): a sustainable alternative measurement technology for volatile speciesMs Brenna PhillipsSwansea UniversityUnited Kingdom
33Detection of Pesticides by ASAP-MS Dara PierreUniversity of SurreyUnited Kingdom
34A year-long study and risk assessment of contaminants of emerging concern in a range of aquatic matrices in IrelandMs Rapp Wright HelenaTaiwan. Science of The Total Environment United Kingdom
35Is Mass spectrometry Sensitivity Always Enough? Kathy RidgwayElement Laboratory solutionsUnited Kingdom
36Scrutinising soil: A cost-effective, scalable approach to investigate the behaviour of small molecules in soil ecosystems using chemical sampling probes.Mr Abdullah ShahidImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
37Scrutinising soil: a cost-effective, scalable approach to investigate the behaviour of small molecules in soil ecosystems using chemical sampling probes. Abdullah ShahidImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
38Practical and accessible sustainable approaches for U/HPLC assaysDr Arianne SolivenAvantorUnited Kingdom
39My Green Lab - Building a Global Culture of Sustainability in ScinceDr Pernilla SormeMy Green LabUnited Kingdom
40Electropolymerized Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (E-MIPs) on Disposable Electrodes for Rapid Sub-nanomolar Protein Determination in SerumMr Andrei StephenUniversity of Central Lancashire (UCLAN)United Kingdom
41Mass spectrometric investigation of pharmaceuticals in environmental matrices: homogenate analysis Rachel TownsendSwansea UniversityUnited Kingdom
42Applied Troubleshooting for GC & GC-MSDr Diane TurnerAnthias Consulting LtdUnited Kingdom
43An Introduction to Advanced Techniques in GC & GC-MSDr Diane TurnerAnthias Consulting LtdUnited Kingdom
44Simultaneous determination of a variety of antimicrobials in soil using optimised QuEChERS and Ultra-High Performance Liquid Chromatography: from target to suspectMs Irantzu Vergara-LuisUniversity of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)Spain
45Investigation and Optimisation of Isolation Windows for SWATH Acquisition using YeastMs Lisa VuongVan’t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of AmsterdamNetherlands
46Reliable Peak Selection Using Computer Vision-Based Clustering for More Efficient Alignment of Many Two-Dimensional ChromatogramsMr Andrew WardJSB U.K. & Ireland United Kingdom
47The Development of a Reliable Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Substrate for Paracetamol DetectionMs Margarita WhiteBergholt Labs, King’s College LondonUnited Kingdom
48Application of chromatography and mass spectrometry to unravel complexity of diesel fuel Molly WilsonUniversity of SouthamptonUnited Kingdom
49Development of a rapid LC-MS/MS method for explosive substances in complex matrices Dr Keng Tiong NgImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
50Determination of tyre-wear contaminants in influent wastewater samples from a high-traffic urban environment by LC-MS/MS and LC-QTOF-MSDr Helena Rapp WrightImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom