Last modified 19 JULY 2018

Plenary Speakers
−Yoshinobu Baba (Nagoya University, Japan)
Nanobiodevices and AI for future healthcare

−Takehiko Kitamori (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Nanofluidics device for total system integration of femto-liter protein analysis

−Wolfgang Lindner (University of Vienna, Austria)
Enantioselective 2D-LC concepts and their implementation to screen and to analyze D-amino acids and other target compounds

Keynote Speakers
−Bezhan Chankvetadze (Tbilisi State University, Georgia)
Capillary electrophoresis as a powerful tool for understanding of chiral recognition mechanisms by cyclodextrins

−David D. Y. Chen (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Top down analysis of protein structural variation and structural dynamics with capillary electrophoresis directly coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry

−Ziad El Rassi (Oklahoma State University, OK, USA)
Nano-structured material based monolithic stationary phases for high performance liquid phase separation techniques

−Frantisek Foret (Institute of Analytical Chemistry, CAS, Czech Republic)
What does it take to concentrate 20 ml sample volume by isotachophoresis?

−Bohuslav Gas (Charles University, Czech Republic)
What the advanced software can tell you when you perform electrophoresis separation

−Yasushi Ishihama (Kyoto University, Japan)
Chromatography-driven global and targeted proteomics

−Vaclav Kasicka (Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, CAS, Czech Republic)
Capillary electrophoresis applied for quantitative evaluation of the strength and specificity of noncovalent molecular interactions

−Blanca H. Lapizco-Encinas (Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, USA)
Fine tuning dielectrophoretic particle assessments in microfluidic devices

−Zhen Liu (Nanjing University, China)
Functionalized mesoporous silica nanoparticles for high-specificity sample enrichment, high-performance labeling and high-efficiency separation of biomolecules

−Michal J. Markuszewski (Medical University of Gdansk, Poland)
Complementary metabolomic analysis of clinical samples hyphenated to advanced calculation methods

−Marja-Liisa Riekkola (University of Helsinki, Finland)
From biomacromolecule isolations to their interactions

−Marina F.M. Tavares (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Metabolomics approaches to study gestational exposure to air pollution

Invited Speaker(s)
−Takeyuki Akita (Kyushu University, Japan)
Design and development of multi-mode HPLC stationary phases for chiral separation of amino acids and related compounds