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The University of Münster and the bioanalytik-muenster e.V. cordially invite you to participate in the 53rd annual Conference of the DGMS and the 27th ICP-MS User Meeting (Anwendertreffen) taking place on March 1 – 4, 2020 in Münster, NRW, Germany.

This combined conference will bring together international scientists experienced in instrumentation, applications, and theory of almost any facet of mass spectrometry in an informal setting to examine and discuss recent progress in the field. More than 400 participants are expected to attend.

Date: 01.03.2020 - 04.03.2020
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Münster, Germany
Contact: You can contact the local organizers by E-Mail via:

DGMS.2020@uni-muenster.de
Conference web site at:   https:⁄⁄tagung2020.dgms.eu


Topics:

When submitting an abstract please choose ONE Topic from the listed research areas which fits best to your abstract´s contents.

  • affinity mass spectrometry
  • environmental and forensic mass spectrometry
  • instrumentation – ion sources and analyzers
  • instrumentation – new developments
  • instrumentation and application of MS imaging
  • ion physics and ion chemistry – basic research
  • ion physics and ion chemistry – applications
  • lipidomics: techniques and applications
  • mass spectrometry in physics
  • metabolomics: techniques and applications
  • natural product mass spectrometry
  • proteome analysis – basic research
  • proteome research – applications in biology and biochemistry
  • proteome research – clinical applications
  • structural and functional proteomics


Deadlines

January 31,2020Submission of abstracts for oral and poster presentations
January 31,2020Early registration at reduced fee










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