Tradeshow
Jan 29, 2023 - Feb 03, 2023
Cankarjev dom | Ljubljana, Slovenia
European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry 2023

Supporting trace element analysis across the environmental, food safety, pharmaceutical and industrial markets, Thermo Fisher Scientific is attending the 2023 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Join us and make booth #6 your first stop. An after-lunch coffee seminar as well as a range of posters will be presented throughout the conference.

After-lunch seminar


Wednesday, 1 February from 13:15 to 14:00 CET - Kosovel Hall

Trace element analysis between environmental safety and emission-free mobility

Presenter: Daniel Kutscher, Application Manager Applied Analytical Technology – Thermo Fisher Scientific

The analysis of trace metals is of great importance in keeping our natural resources clean and our food safe, thus forming a basis for society. Modern technological developments, such as the increasing electrification of vehicles, pose further challenges in which trace elements must be detected with high accuracy and detection strength in order to keep up with the demands of the times.

With growing demands associated not only related to achieving lower detection limits, but also coping with increasing sample load and demands for fast turnaround times, choosing the right analytical technique is critical for laboratories in both applied analytical testing and scientific research.
In this seminar you will get an overview of Thermo Fisher Scientific's ICP-OES and ICP-MS solutions, as well as new developments and applications.

Register

Poster presentations


  • Assessing the level and distribution of trace element distributions in individual cells using single cell ICP-MS analysis
  • Hyphenation of a high-speed laser ablation system to Quadrupole Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) for imaging applications
  • Rolling over interferences: how triple quadrupole ICP-MS facilitates the analysis of challenging samples for electric vehicles
  • Intracellular elemental content of CHO cells in batch versus fed-batch conditions
  • Assessing the purity grade of lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide using ICP-OES and ICP-MS
  • Accurate and reliable analysis of food samples using ICP-MS
  • Improving the quantification of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen with Fast Flow GD-MS
  • In-situ Rb/Sr by LA-MC-ICP-MS/MS: Thermo Scientific Neoma MS/MS MC-ICP-MS

After-lunch seminar


Wednesday, 1 February from 13:15 to 14:00 CET - Kosovel Hall

Trace element analysis between environmental safety and emission-free mobility

Presenter: Daniel Kutscher, Application Manager Applied Analytical Technology – Thermo Fisher Scientific

The analysis of trace metals is of great importance in keeping our natural resources clean and our food safe, thus forming a basis for society. Modern technological developments, such as the increasing electrification of vehicles, pose further challenges in which trace elements must be detected with high accuracy and detection strength in order to keep up with the demands of the times.

With growing demands associated not only related to achieving lower detection limits, but also coping with increasing sample load and demands for fast turnaround times, choosing the right analytical technique is critical for laboratories in both applied analytical testing and scientific research.
In this seminar you will get an overview of Thermo Fisher Scientific's ICP-OES and ICP-MS solutions, as well as new developments and applications.

Register

Poster presentations


  • Assessing the level and distribution of trace element distributions in individual cells using single cell ICP-MS analysis
  • Hyphenation of a high-speed laser ablation system to Quadrupole Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) for imaging applications
  • Rolling over interferences: how triple quadrupole ICP-MS facilitates the analysis of challenging samples for electric vehicles
  • Intracellular elemental content of CHO cells in batch versus fed-batch conditions
  • Assessing the purity grade of lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide using ICP-OES and ICP-MS
  • Accurate and reliable analysis of food samples using ICP-MS
  • Improving the quantification of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen with Fast Flow GD-MS
  • In-situ Rb/Sr by LA-MC-ICP-MS/MS: Thermo Scientific Neoma MS/MS MC-ICP-MS

Register to attend the after-lunch seminar.