Modern methods of mass spectrometry and chromatography

The seminar of the Joint Mass Spectrometry Centre Rostock-Munich (JMSC) takes also place in winter term 2018/2019 with presenters from academic or industrial research. It provides a deeper insight into developments and applications in the field of mass spectrometry and chromatography, which can subsequently be discussed.

The seminar takes place - if not otherwise stated - on Tuesdays at 17:30 h in seminar room 110 of the Research Building of the Department “Life, Light, Matter” of the Interdisciplinary Faculty of the University of Rostock, Albert-Einstein-Straße 25, 18059 Rostock. The lectures are also transmitted via Team Viewer. The Team Viewer links will be published with the announcement of the speaker.

All interested parties are welcome!

Dates winter term 2018/2019

Dates winter term 2018/2019

17:30 h
Thomas Koziorowski
Probat-Werke von Gimborn Maschinenfabrik GmbH Emmerich, Germany

Aroma development and on-/offline analysis on industrial coffee roasters –
possibilities and development potentials
17:30 h
Johannes Piel
MLase AG, Gemmerich, Germany
Dr. Johannes Passig
University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany

Recent developments in excimer laser technology and its application in particle mass spectrometry
17:00 h
Prof. Dr. Joachim Wegener
Fraunhofer EMFT and University Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
Cells in Contact to Nanomaterials:
A label-free and integrative perspective
17:30 h
Dr. Anders Holmen Pedersen
GEA Process Engineering A/S,Soeborg, Denmark
Industrial Instant Coffee Processing and the Impact on Coffee Flavour
17:30 h
Dr. Dimitris Papanastasiou
Fasmatech ,Athens, Greece

Recent advances in omnitrap technology coupled to ion mobility spectrometry, orthogonal TOF and orbitrap mass analyzers
17:30 h
Dr. Jürgen H. Gross
Institute of Organic Chemistry of the
University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg,Germany
Fundamentals, Instrumentation, and Applications of Field Ionization and Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry
17:30 h
GDCh- Fresenius lecture
Dr. habil. Michael Maiwald
Federal Institute for Materials Research
and Testing (BAM), Berlin, Germany
Compact NMR Spectroscopy:
A Versatile Tool for Automated Continuous-Flow Production of Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals
17:30 h
Dr. Harald Saathoff
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany
Mass spectrometric characterization of chemistry and mixing state of aerosols in simulation chamber and field studies
17:30 h
Prof. Dr. Philipp Weller
Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
Mannheim, Germany
Profiling, Data Mining, Data Fusion – modern analytical strategies against food fraud of honeys and olive oils
17:30 h
Prof. Dr. Thomas P. Knepper
Hochschule Fresenius,
Institute for Analytical Research (IFAR)
Idstein, Germany
Highly polar organic water contaminants in raw and tap water – challenging not only the analytical chemist


Bachelor ChemieMaster ChemieLACMBT
LV 13310 Analytische Chemie IA - Grundlagen der Analytischen Chemie LV 13587 Analytische Chemie III/ TC II - Instrumentelle Analytik & BiotechnologieLV 13574 Analytische Chemie I - Grundlagen und UmweltchemieLV 13582 Analytische und Physikalische Chemie für MBT
LV 13325 Analytische Chemie IIA, UmweltanalytikLV 13468 Analytische Chemie IV - Ökologische ChemieLV 13582 Analytische Chemie II - Strukturaufklärung
LV 13324 Strukturanalytik I, Massenspektrometrie LV 13469 Analytische Chemie V - Moderne MEthoden der Massenspektrometrie und ChromatographieLV 13583 Analytische Chemie III - Umweltanalytik
LV 13327 Aktuelle Themen in der Massenspektrometrie


Bachelor ChemieMaster ChemieLACMBT/AUF
LV 13321 Analytische Chemie I - Analytisch Chemisches GrundpraktikumLV 13471 MethodenpraktikumLV 13582 Analytische Chemie II - StrukturaufklärungLV 13530 Grundlagen der Chemie für Argrarwissenschaftler
LV 13325 Analytische Chemie II - Instrumentelle Analytik LV 13581 Fortgeschrittenen Praktikum - Instrumentelle Chemie Analytische und Technische Chemie für FortgeschritteneLV 13582 Analytische und Physikalische Chemie für MBT