Molecules Webinar | Chromatography—the Ultimate Tool: Analysis and Sample Preparation
17 Nov 2021, 17:00 (CET)
Chromatography, HPLC, GC, Sample Preparation, Preparative Chromatography, Green Analytical Chemistry, Molecules
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24th Molecules Webinar
Chromatography—the Ultimate Tool: Analysis and Sample Preparation
Since its introduction by the Russian botanist Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet, chromatography has been the most powerful analytical tool in Analytical Chemistry. Separation, qualitative analysis, and quantitative analysis can be achieved by choosing the right conditions. Thus, numerous gas chromatographic, liquid chromatographic, and supercritical fluid chromatographic methods have been developed and applied for most types of samples and most kinds of analytes. Not to mention that older varieties like paper chromatography and thin-layer chromatography were pioneer analytical techniques in many laboratories. Especially when hyphenated to spectrometric techniques, chromatography also allows the identification of separated analytes in a single run. Highly sophisticated equipment can answer all analytical problems very quickly. Chromatographers cooperate with many scientific fields and give their lights to medical doctors, veterinarians, food scientists, biologists, dentists, archaeologists, etc. The choice of two-dimensional approaches can expand the power of chromatographic techniques either in heart-cut or comprehensive modes.
In this webinar, experts in the field will present the state of the art in chromatography as a tool in chemical analysis and green sample preparation.
Date: 17 November 2021
Time: 5:00pm CET | 11:00am EST | 12:00am CST Asia (18 November 2021)
Webinar ID: 857 4139 4689
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Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, School of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Dr Victoria Samanidou is a Full Professor and Director of the Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Her research interests focus on the development of sample preparation methods using sorptive extraction prior to chromatographic analysis. She has co-authored 189 original research articles in peer-reviewed journals and 57 reviews, 60 editorials/in view and 50 chapters in scientific books (H-index 39 (Scopus Author ID 7003896015, 5219 citations, Web of Science Researcher ID AAE-4121-2020). She is an editorial board member of more than 29 scientific journals and has been guest editor of more than 25 Special Issues. She has peer-reviewed more than 654 manuscripts for 141 scientific journals. In 2016, she was included in the top 50 power list of women in Analytical Science, as proposed by Texere Publishers. In 2020 she was included in the top 2% of world scientists in the field of Analytical Chemistry (career–2019, as well as single year—2019) published in PLOS Biology based on citations from SCOPUS. She is the Leader of the Working Group 1 Science and Fundamentals of EuChemS-DAC Sample Preparation Study Group and Network (2021).
Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, School of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Dr. Natasa Kalogiouri is an Analytical Chemist. She obtained her PhD degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the topic of her thesis was “Development of high resolution mass spectrometric methods for the investigation of food authenticity”. She is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and her research on the “Development and validation of green sample preparation methods for the authentication of foods” is currently funded by the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY). Her research interests focus on the development of green innovative micro-extraction methods, chromatographic and elemental analysis, chemometrics and metabolomics. She has authored and co-authored 26 scientific papers published in international peer-reviewed journals, and 2 book chapters. She has served as an Assistant Guest Editor in Molecules and Methods and Protocols (H-index 9, 227 citations, based on Google Scholar. Scopus Author ID 557959940000, ORCID: 0000-0001-6183-7857).
“G. d’Annunzio” University, Department of Pharmacy, Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, Italy
Prof. Marcello Locatelli obtained his master’s degree in Chemistry and his PhD from the University of Bologna, Department of Chemistry "G. Ciamician". Currently, he is Associate Professor in the Analytical Chemistry at the University "G. d'Annunzio” of Chieti-Pescara, Department of Pharmacy. His research activity is devoted to the development and validation of chromatographic methods for the qualitative and quantitative determination of biologically active molecules in complex matrices. He contributes to the study of all processes related to pre-analytical stages, even the application of conventional and hyphenated analytical methods for the accurate, sensitive and selective determination. Recently, he has focused particular attention on innovative (micro)extraction procedures like MEPS, FPSE, MIP, DLLME, and SULLE. In the development of the method predictive models and chemometric both for the optimization of extraction protocols and for final data processing are also tested. Particular attention is given to the new instrument configurations for the quantitative analysis in a complex matrix. He is principal investigator for the project “PesCARA siCURA” funded by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Department for anti-drug policies for 350,000 euros. He has published more than 186 manuscripts, 158 congress communications (oral and poster), 16 book chapters and 6 books, and has been guest editor for 20 Special Issues which have attested scientific activity (based on Scopus (7th of September 2021), h-index 39, 174 papers, 4032 citations). Moreover, he is a reviewer of more than 106 International peer reviewed Journals. He is a referee for the MIUR Institution for National Projects (SIR), and included in the register REPRISE (Register of Expert Peer Reviewers for Italian Scientific Evaluation) in the "Basic Research" section. He is Editor in Chief of the journal "Analytica" and he is Editorial Board member of several journals.
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dr. Nina McClelland Laboratory of Water Chemistry and Environmental Analysis, School of Green Chemistry and Engineering, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, USA
Dr. Emanuela Gionfriddo is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of The University of Toledo (OH, USA). Research work in Dr. Gionfriddo’s lab focuses on the development of advanced analytical separation tools for the analysis of complex biological and environmental matrices, with emphasis on alternative green sample preparation methodologies. She received her B.Sc. (2008) and M.Sc. (2010) in Chemistry and her Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry (2013) at the University of Calabria (Italy). She joined Prof. Pawliszyn’s group at the University of Waterloo (Ontario, Canada) in 2014 as Post-Doctoral Fellow and manager of the Gas-Chromatography section of the Industrially Focused Analytical Research Laboratory (InFAReL), and within three years became a Research Associate. Dr. Gionfriddo has currently authored over 50 peer-reviewed contributions including a patent on PTFE-based SPME coatings. Dr. Gionfriddo is one of the founding members of the Dr. Nina McClelland Laboratory for Water Chemistry and Environmental Analysis at The University of Toledo and she is appointed to the Ohio Attorney General Yost’s Environmental Council of Advisors. She serves as the Secretary of the ACS Subdivision on Chromatography and Separations Chemistry. Dr. Gionfriddo is also an Editorial Board Member for the journals Green Analytical Chemistry and Advances in Sample Preparation, Elsevier. Her research program is currently funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and several industrial partnerships.
Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, Laboratory for Trace Organic Analysis, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
Erwin Rosenberg holds the position of an Associate Professor for Analytical Chemistry at the Vienna University of Technology from which he also received his Diploma (1991) and PhD degree (1993). Following his habilitation on the topic of “Development and Application of Hyphenated Chromatographic Techniques in Environmental Analysis” in 2000, he also held a professor position at the University of Mining and Metallurgy Leoben (Austria) from 2002 to 2006. He is head of the Group of Organic Trace Analysis and has for more than 25 years been actively developing and applying chromatographic and hyphenated methods for (environmental) trace organic analysis. His current fields of interest are the development of sampling and analytical strategies and materials for volatile organic (and notably odorous) compounds in the industrial and environmental context, the development and use of multidimensional chromatographic techniques for environmental and natural substance analysis, and also the analysis of organic materials (binding media, dyestuffs, organic pigments) in cultural heritage materials and works of art. He is the author or co-author of more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals and proceedings, thirteen book chapters and has held numerous lectures at conferences. He has been and currently is a leader of several national and European projects, and is also a founding member of the European Virtual Institute for Speciation Analysis (EVISA). He serves as a regular reviewer for many analytical journals and for various European funding agencies and is an Editorial Board member of—among others—the MDPI journals Molecules and Separations, and also Associate Editor of Frontiers in Environmental Chemistry and responsible for the Section on Enironmental Analytical Methods. He is a member of the Austrian Society for Analytical Chemistry (ASAC) and also the Austrian representative in the Central European Group for Separation Sciences (CEGSS). Being strongly engaged in academic teaching, he has also headed the Study Commission in Chemistry at the TU Vienna for two te
On Wednesday 17 November 2021, MDPI and the Journal Molecules held their 24th webinar entitled “Chromatography—the Ultimate Tool: Analysis and Sample Preparation” and chaired by both Prof. Dr. Victoria Samanidou and Dr. Natasa Kalogiouri from the Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, School of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece.
The first speaker to kick off this webinar was Dr. Marcello Locatelli from the G. D’Annunzio University in Italy. He talked about innovative sampling procedures in bioanalytical chemistry. His research activity is devoted to the development and validation of chromatographic methods for the qualitative and quantitative determination of biologically active molecules in complex matrices.
Dr. Erwin Rosenberg from the Vienna University of Technology in Austria held the second presentation entitled “Speeding up Chromatographic Analysis by Low Pressure (Vacuum Outlet)-GC/MS. His current fields of interest are the development of sampling and analytical strategies and materials for volatile organic (and notably odorous) compounds in the industrial and environmental context, the development and use of multidimensional chromatographic techniques for environmental and natural substance analysis, and also the analysis of organic materials (binding media, dyestuffs, organic pigments) in cultural heritage materials and works of art.
The last presentation with the title "Talking About Microextraction: Environmental Analysis Made Easy and Green" was held by Dr. Emanuela Gionfriddo from the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in the United States. Research work in Dr. Gionfriddo’s lab focuses on the development of advanced analytical separation tools for the analysis of complex biological and environmental matrices, with emphasis on alternative green sample preparation methodologies.
Time in CET
Prof. Dr. Victoria Samanidou
5:00 - 5:10 pm
Dr. Marcello Locatelli
Innovative Sampling Procedures in Bioanalytical Chemistry
5:10 - 5:30 pm
Dr. Erwin Rosenberg
Speeding up Chromatographic Analysis by Low Pressure (Vacuum Outlet)-GC/MS
5:30 - 5:50 pm
Dr. Natasa Kalogiouri
The Role of Chromatography in Food Authenticity Studies
5:50 - 6:10 pm
Dr. Emanuela Gionfriddo
Talking About Microextraction: Environmental Analysis Made Easy and Green
6:10 - 6:25 pm
|6:25 - 6:40 pm
Closing of Webinar
6:40 - 6:50 pm
Chromatography-the Ultimate Analytical Tool
Guest Editors: Prof. Dr. Victoria Samanidou & Dr. Natasa Kalogiouri
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2022