Seminar
Jan 10, 2016 - Jan 16, 2016
Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Tennis & Golf Resort, Tucson, Arizona

Join us at the 19th Winter Plasma Conference and be the first to know about the latest developments in ICP analysis from Thermo Scientific!

  • Visit the Thermo Scientific Booth (17-19) and see our latest analytical solutions for trace elemental analysis
  • Discover how Thermo Scientific continues to push the boundaries in elemental and isotopic analysis at our oral and poster presentations
  • Join our experts at a "Lunch and Learn" seminar
  • Let loose at our Western-themed customer event evening on Tuesday

"Lunch and Learn" seminar

Push the boundaries of your research with the newest innovations from Thermo Scientific

Save the date

Tuesday, January 12th, 12–1pm
Room: Joshua Tree 1 & 2
This is a first come, first served event with seating for 75

Come and meet our experts in the field and discover how to push the boundaries of your research and analysis with the newest innovations from Thermo Scientific

While you enjoy a free lunch, you will be the first to find out about:

  • The latest technology developments and how they can advance your research
  • Handling high matrices and challenging samples
  • Accessing the simplest route to nanoparticle analysis with NEW npQuant Qtegra ISDS software plug-in
Presenters:
  • Matthew Cassap, Product Manager, AA & ICP-OES
  • Shona McSheehy Ducos, Product Manager, Q-ICP-MS

Due to the limited space, we are sorry but we cannot host exhibitors at this event.


Join us to discover 'How the West Was Fun'!

Your invitation to 'The Last Territory' on the Hilton property

Save the date

Tuesday, January 12th, 7:00 p.m.

Collect your ticket from the Thermo Scientific Booth (17-19)—space is limited so come early

  • Discover 'How the West Was Fun' and try your hand at "cowboy games" such as quickdraw and steer roping
  • While the steaks and chicken are on the grill, enjoy cold beers and margaritas at the bar
  • Groove to the live band, playing country, bluegrass, and modern pop and rock, or try line dancing
  • For the astronomy enthusiasts among you, do not miss the “starry, starry skies of Tucson” at the Old Pueblo, where local astronomers will guide you on a the journey through the Arizona night sky
  • If you're feeling lucky, roll the dice at the casino tables, including Blackjack, roulette, craps, and poker

Scientific program

Nanoparticle Analysis: A Regulatory Challenge for Environmental and Food Analysis
WS107, 4:40 pm, Wednesday, January 13th
Daniel Kutscher, Julian D. Wills, Shona McSheehy Ducos, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany


Advanced Application of Speciation and ICP-MS Detection
Th06, 2:40 pm, Thursday, January 14th
Daniel Kutscher, Shona McSheehy Ducos, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany

Dilute or DieHow to Handle High-Matrix Samples by ICP-MS 

TP02, Tuesday, January 12th
Marcus Manecki, Daniel Kutscher, Shona McSheehy Ducos, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany


Expanding the Detectable Nanoparticle Size Range by Sector Field ICP-MS
TP12, Tuesday, January 12th
Torsten Lindemann, Shona McSheehy Ducos, Daniel Kutscher, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany


High Resolution Elemental Mapping of Biological Samples by High Sensitivity, Fast-Scanning LA-ICP-Q-MS
TP39, Tuesday, January 12th
Lothar Rottmann, Julian D. Wills, Shona McSheehy Ducos, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany; Bo Yan, Lee Goldstein, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA; Dhinesh Asogan, TELEDYNE CETAC TECHNOLOGIES, Omaha, NE


How the Latest Advancements in ICP-OES Instrumentation and Software Address the Requirements of Standard Methods Whilst Minimizing Costs Associated with Analysis
WP01, Wednesday, January 13th
Matthew Cassap, Elena Chemetsova, Sanja Asendorf, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany


Analysis of Selenium in Difficult Samples 
WP04, Wednesday, January 13th
Michael Paul, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Dreieich, Germany


A New GC-ICP-MS Method for Compound Specific Determination of BFRs
WP23, Wednesday, January 13th
Shona McSheehy Ducos, Antonella Guzzonato, Hans-Juergen Schlueter, Heinz Mehlmann, Dirk Krumweide, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany; Stuart Harrad, School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, U.K.


How Does Auto-Dilution Help to Improve the Workflows for Quantification of Elemental Impurities in Pharmaceuticals Using ICP-OES?
ThP22, Thursday, January 14th
Elena Chernetsova, Sanja Asendorf, Matthew Cassap, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany


Analysis of Food Stuff by ICP-OES Using Automated Sample Preparation 
ThP44 , Thursday, January 14th
Sanja Asendorf, Elena Chemetsova, Matthew Cassap, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany


Trace Analysis of Gas Phase Elements in Metals by Fast-Flow GD-MS
FP39 , Friday, January 15th
Shona McSheehy Ducos, Joachim Hinrichs, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany