Preliminary List of Invited Speakers CSI 2013
Carlo Barbante, Italy: Spectroscopy under the ice.
María Montes Bayón, Spain: Accurate measurements of iron metabolism biomarkers: new tools and remaining challenges.
Michael Bolshov, Russia: Diode laser absorption spectrometry as a tool for contactless diagnostic of a hot zone.
Claude Boutron, France: Determination of heavy metals at ultra-low concentration levels in pristine polar snow and ice.
Marcos N. Eberlin, Brazil: Mass spectrometry made easy: The quest for simplicity in forensic, food, pharmaceutical, environmental, medical and biochemical analysis.
Heiko Egenolf, Germany: “Think big!” – Optimization of a spectrometry lab on the industrial scale
Alexey V. Feofanov, Russia: Confocal spectral imaging technique in the development of photo- and neutronsensitizers for anticancer therapy.
Albert Kh. Gilmutdinov, Russia: 1. Numerical modeling of gas-dynamic and thermo-physical properties of plasma-chemical reactor for synthesis of nano-structures 2. Numerical modeling and experimental investigations of the inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer interface
Alexander Grechnikov, Russia: SALDI mass-spectrometry: Principles and application for drug analysis.
Volker Hoffmann, Germany: Progress and demands in analytical glow discharges.
Alexander A. Kamnev, Russia: FTIR spectroscopy in microbial ecology: ‘shedding IR light’ on cellular metabolic responses to environmental factors.
Nadezhda Kudryasheva, Russia: Bioluminescent ecological assay. Features and scope of applications.
Sergey Nizkorodov, USA: Title to be confirmed.
Victor Norris, France: SIMS and the single cell.
Konstantin Ossipov, Russia: Title to be confirmed
Rosario Pereiro García, Spain: Pulsed glow discharge time of flight mass spectrometry: a powerful and versatile tool for elemental and molecular depth profile analysis.
Mihail Proskurnin, Russia: Analysis of topical biomedical and technological samples by photothermal and photoacoustic spectroscopies using signal-enhancement techniques and selective reactions.
Steven Ray, USA: Title to be confirmed.
Tobias Reich, Germany: Application of synchrotron microprobe techniques to speciation of plutonium in argillaceous rocks.
Lars-Otto Reiersen, Norway: Title to be confirmed.
Martin Resano, Spain: Solid sampling techniques for the direct elemental or isotopic analysis of dried matrix spots.
Igor A. Rodin, Russia: Liquid chromatography mass-spectrometry as a tool for detection of chemicals connected with chemical warfare agents in the environmental and bio samples.
Irina Snigireva, France: Coherent high energy X-ray microscopy: A new tool to study mesoscopic materials.
Stephan Weinbruch, Germany: Characterization of atmospheric aerosol particles by electron microscopy.
Renato Zenobi, Switzerland: Title to be confirmed.