Poniżej, zamieszczamy listę zaproszonych prelegentów wraz z proponowanymi tytułami ich wystąpień:

  • prof. Bezhan Chankvetadze, Recent developments in HPLC separation of enantiomers with polysaccharide-based chiral columns
  • prof. Riccardo Leardi, Optimization of chromatographic methods by experimental design
  • dr Joaquim Jaumot, MCR-based analysis of metabolomic data: from LC-MS to MS imaging
  • prof. Vladimir Havlicek, Bringing mass spectrometry imaging to the masses
  • prof. Teresa Kowalska, Manifold research potential of TLC/HPTLC and hyphenated TLC/HPTLC
  • prof. dr hab. Michał Markuszewski, Analytical methods development and validation towards application to biological and clinical samples in metabolomics
  • dr hab. Piotr Młynarz, prof. PWr, Metabolomics approach to characterization of fungal metabolism of Penicillium genus capable of mineralizing phosphonoacetic acid
  • dr hab. Paweł Wiczling, prof. GUMed, Analyzing chromatographic data using Bayesian multilevel modeling
  • dr hab. Dariusz Zuba, Chromatographic techniques in forensic toxicology
  • dr Izabella Surowiec, Application of chemometrics in the metabolomics pipeline
  • dr Karolina Jagiełło, Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship – useful tool to predict the chromatographic characteristics