Magnus S Magnusson, Research Professor. Ph.D. in 1983, University of Copenhagen. Author of the T-pattern model and the corresponding detection algorithms in the T-pattern detection and Analysis software THEMETM (PatternVision.com). He has focused on real-time organisation of behavior, co-directed DNA analysis, published numerous papers and given invited talks and keynotes at universities in Europe, USA and Japan and at international conferences in ethology, psychology, neuroscience, mathematical sciences, science of religion, proteomics and mass spectrometry. Deputy Director 1983-1988 in the Museum of Mankind, National Museum of Natural History, Paris. Repeatedly invited Professor in psychology and ethology (the biology of behavior) at the University of Paris, V, VIII and XIII. Since 1991, Founder and Director of the Human Behavior Laboratory (hbl.hi.is), University of Iceland. He works in collaboration between now 32 universities on Methodology for the Analysis of Social Interaction (MASI) initiated in 1995 at the Sorbonne, Paris based on “Magnusson’s analytical model
Proteomics, Mass Spectrometry
Dr. Yuichi Negishi currently working as Professor in Department of Applied Chemistry at Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Received Ph.D., in 1998, from Professor John Calvin Giddings’ group at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Ph.D. research was on Polymer Characterization by Thermal Field-Flow Fractionation and FFF Universal Calibration. Contributor to the book of the Encyclopedia of Chromatography and more than 40 publications, patent filings, and keynote speech presentations for international conferences and symposiums. The editorial board member of a few journals and the keynote speaker for a few international symposiums on LC-MS/MS and polyolefin characterization by GPC/SEC, TREF, CEF, FFF. Before Ph.D., worked as a chemical engineer in polyolefin catalysis for SINOPEC for 7 years. After Ph.D., had first worked for Huntsman Polymers Corp, Sealed Air Corp, and DuPont for 20 years in USA before joined SABIC Technology Center in 2012. Since joined SABIC, has filed six patents with other SBUs and one has been published by the World Intellectual Property Organization in 1996. Received the 2014 SABIC T&I General Manager’s Innovation Trophy, and four Certificate of Appreciation from management.
Research and technical interests: • Sensitivity demanding, ppb and ppt level, toxic or carcinogen chemical analysis by ESI, APCI, APPI, HPLC-MS/MS, and GC-MS. • Polymer characterization by TREF/CEF/CRYSTAF, GPC/SEC and FFF. • Advanced material characterization by TGA-GC-MS, IsoSorp, HS-GC-MS. • Collaboration with Universities, local schools and community.
Athula B. Attygalle is associate professor in Stevens Institute of Technology, USA .After an international scientific safari (University of Ceylon, University of Sri Lanka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, University of Keele, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, and University of Houston), Attygalle became the Director of the mass spectrometry facility of Cornell University in 1991, After 12 years at Cornell ten years, Attygalle became a Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ, in 2001. Attygalle has published over 200 papers in reputed journals and holds five U.S. patents
Mass Spectrometry, LC-MS, Electrospray
V. A. Krylov, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor, Head of the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the Nizhny Novgorod State University. The main direction of scientific research of professor Krylov is the development of the theory and applications of chromatography for the analysis of high purity substances, environmental objects and development of methods of the microextraction. The attained detection limits for molecular impurities constitute 10–6 to 10–11 wt % and hit a record low. He is the author of more than 200 scientific papers, including reviews on the analytical chemistry of high purity volatile substances, air and liquid-liquid microextraction preconcentration.
applications of chromatography for the analysis of high purity substances
Jelena T. has completed her PhD in 2000 at the Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy, Vilnius, Lithuania. She is a senior research fellow at the Vilnius University, Lithuania. She has more than 150 publications that have been cited over 200 times, and her publication H-index is 7.
Proteomics, Mass Spectrometry
Lingzhi’s general research interests include mass spectrometry based analysis of small molecules and biomolecular molecules (nucleic acids, peptides, proteins) through hyphenated to a chromatographic method (mainly liquid chromatography), and research into chromatographic retention mechanisms. His current work focuses on characterizing single- and double-stranded DNA/RNA, and protein/peptide - DNA crosslinking complex using hyphenated liquid chromatography and electrospray mass spectrometry (LC-ESIMS). Lingzhi currently runs Core Mass Spectrometry Research Facility at Queen Mary University of London.
Proteomics, Mass Spectrometry
Dr. Sameh Magdeldin Currently working as Associate professor in Physiology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Suez Canal University, Egypt.
Yong-Xi Li has completed his Postdoctoral trainings at Kansas State University, Cornell University, USA. Currently he is Executive Director at Medpace Bioanalytical Laboratories after he served as vice presidents at XenoBiotic Labs and Ricerca Bioscience. His experiences are focusing on bioanalysis: TK, PK, ADA, Nab (and Cell base Nab), PD markers including method developments, validations, sample analysis for small molecule, protein and antibody therapies. He and his group developed many such applications by using LC-MS/MS and immunoassays (ELISA, ECL and Flow cytometry......). He is author, co-author of more than 150 papers, book, presentations in reputed journals, and conferences. He is also serving as an organizing committee member for one of biotech conferences.