EVENING WORKSHOPS

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Information on the Evening Workshops now available!

Evening Workshops will be held from Monday, August 19th, to Wednesday, August 21st, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM.

Prior registration for these sessions will not be required; delegates will be able to select their session on the days they wish to attend.

If you have any questions, please contact All Occasions Group via email at conference@aomevents.com.

Monday Workshops

  • IMSF Focus Group: MS Imaging
  • FeMS Workshop

Tuesday Workshops

  • IMSF Focus Group: Native MS
  • IMSC Sustainability Workshop
  • IMSC Paper Writing Workshop

Wednesday Workshops

  • IMSF Focus Group: MS Instrumentation
  • IMSC Career Workshop

IMSF Focus Group: MS Imaging

Date: Monday 19 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Martina Marchetti-Deschmann (Vienna University of Technology) and Samuele Zorrato (Medical University of Vienna)

IMSF Focus Group: Native MS

Integrating native and structural MS methods to solve open questions in structural/mechanistic biology and medicine

Date: Tuesday 20 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Anton Calabrese (University of Leeds)

IMSF Focus Group: MS Instrumentation

Navigating career pathways for the mass spectrometrist

Date: Wednesday 21 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Jackie Mosely (University of York)

FeMS Workshop

Empowering Women Mass Spectrometrists in a Traditionally Male-Dominated Workplace

Date: Monday 19 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Denise Tran (University of Sydney)

IMSC Sustainability Workshop

Sustainability in Mass Spectrometry: An International Perspective

Date: Tuesday 20 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Gordon Kearney (Shimadzu Research Laboratory, Europe) and Chris Bowen (Shimadzu Scientific Australasia)

IMSC Career Workshop

Date: Wednesday 21 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Shane Ellis (University of Wollongong) and Chris Anderton (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

Workshop 7

IMSC Spectroscopy-MS Workshop

Date: Monday 19 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Caroline Dessent (University of York) and Sarah Wilson (University of York)

IMSC Paper Writing Workshop

Write Right: How to Improve Your Scientific Writing

Date: Tuesday 20 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: John Langley (University of Southampton)

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Information on the Evening Workshops now available!

Evening Workshops will be held from Monday, August 19th, to Wednesday, August 21st, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM.

Prior registration for these sessions will not be required; delegates will be able to select their session on the days they wish to attend.

If you have any questions, please contact All Occasions Group via email at conference@aomevents.com.

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  • IMSF Focus Group: MS Imaging
  • FeMS Workshop
  • IMSC Spectroscopy-MS Workshop
  • IMSF Focus Group: Native MS
  • IMSC Paper Writing Workshop
  • IMSC Sustainability Workshop
  • IMSF Focus Group: MS Instrumentation
  • IMSC Career Workshop

IMSF Focus Group: MS Imaging

Date: Monday 19 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Martina Marchetti-Deschmann (Vienna University of Technology) and Samuele Zorrato (Medical University of Vienna)

FeMS Workshop

Empowering Women Mass Spectrometrists in a Traditionally Male-Dominated Workplace

Date: Monday 19 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Denise Tran (University of Sydney)

IMSC Spectroscopy-MS Workshop

Uniting Mass spectrometry and spectroscopy

Date: Monday 19 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Caroline Dessent (University of York) and Sarah Wilson (University of York)

IMSF Focus Group: Native MS

Integrating native and structural MS methods to solve open questions in structural/mechanistic biology and medicine

Date: Tuesday 20 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Anton Calabrese (University of Leeds)

IMSC Sustainability Workshop

Sustainability in Mass Spectrometry: An International Perspective

Date: Tuesday 20 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Gordon Kearney (Shimadzu Research Laboratory, Europe) and Chris Bowen (Shimadzu Scientific Australasia)

IMSC Paper Writing Workshop

Write Right: How to Improve Your Scientific Writing

Date: Tuesday 20 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: John Langley (University of Southampton)

IMSF Focus Group: MS Instrumentation

Navigating career pathways for the mass spectrometrist

Date: Wednesday 21 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Shane Ellis (University of Wollongong) and Chris Anderton (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

IMSC Career Workshop

Date: Wednesday 21 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Jackie Mosely (University of York)

Workshop 3

IMSF Focus Group: MS Instrumentation

Navigating career pathways for the mass spectrometrist

Date: Wednesday 21 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Jackie Mosely (University of York)

Workshop 4

IMSC Career Workshop

Date: Wednesday 21 August 2024

Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Organisers: Shane Ellis (University of Wollongong) and Chris Anderton (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

This workshop will discuss topics including hydrogen-deuterium exchange, chemical crosslinking, ion mobility and top-down approaches, to solve open questions in structural/mechanistic biology and medicine. We will also explore the integration of such data with those from complementary methods. The aim of the workshop is to discuss best practice, identify challenges, and highlight where new advances are required to address the most pressing challenges of our time. After short presentations by a panel of experts, the main focus of this workshop will be interactive panel and group discussions.

FeMS is proud to present a diverse panel led by people in positions of leadership who have navigated academic and/or industry transitions at different stages in their careers and have continuously empowered women. Seeking new challenges, experiencing burnout, or facing changes in personal life may require a shift in career. We will discuss the reasons prompting these transitions, as well as the challenges that may arise through our panelists’ experiences. This is an all-inclusive event where everyone is welcome and can participate in a Q&A and networking opportunity. Throughout this time a photo shoot for participants will be occurring for professional headshots.
Join us for an enriching experience that promises inspiration, networking, and collaborative dialogue to empower and uplift all attendees.

Most researchers are keen to reduce the environmental impact of their day-to-day scientific work, but face challenges based on a variety of factors, including geographical location, availability of necessary resources and access to relevant knowledge and expertise. In this workshop, we will survey attitudes to sustainability in analytical labs that use mass spectrometry, attempt to understand how sustainability goals and drivers differ across geographies, and identify opportunities to promote meaningful sustainability efforts in our laboratories. After the workshop, our findings will be reported back to the Mass Spectrometry community.

For the mass spectrometrist, career pathways are very diverse, with a wide range of opportunities across industrial environments (both within and outside a scientific discipline), instrument manufacturing, academia, teaching and beyond. To illustrate the wide variety of career options, and debate the future requirements for the “expert” user, mass spectrometrists from diverse backgrounds will provide short presentations describing their career paths. Together with a recruiment company, this panel will debate audience questions. Join us and find out what career paths may be open to you.

Scientific writing is a challenge, one that at times can be daunting and is possibly something that we never fully master throughout our careers. This interactive workshop will explore different aspects and challenges to successfully writing a scientific paper or abstract, this to be achieved through brief presentations, examples, and questions and answers with input from all attendees. We will have a panel of individuals who have experience in writing scientific papers and members of editorial boards of peer reviewed MS journals. Sign up soon and I look forward to seeing you in Melbourne!

The integration of mass spectrometry (MS) and spectroscopy is gaining traction in the MS community due to the rising availability and affordability of compact laser systems. These systems, which can be integrated into the heart of mass spectrometers, are creating new analytical opportunities. This workshop will provide an interactive platform to discuss current capabilities in technology, challenges and future opportunities in integrating MS and spectroscopy techniques including methods like IRMPD and UVPD. Participants will explore the latest advancements in instrumentation, methodologies, and applications, along with practical insights from real-world scenarios.

The IMSF focus group on MS instrumentation will present an exciting workshop to debate the latest and greatest challenges with this trechnonlogy. More information to follow soon.