IRMS User Meeting 2017

IRMS User Meeting 2017

From 5th – 6th July, the European IRMS User Meeting 2017 took place at the Elementar headquarters in Langenselbold. The User Meeting offered our users the opportunity to interact with our IRMS specialists and visit the new headquarters. Furthermore it was an opportunity to meet other users from our instruments and discuss about topics like the different fields of research and the challenges with like-minded persons.

During the meeting, several presentations were held by our users. We are very happy that they supported the IRMS User Meeting 2017 with highly interesting presentations. A big thank you to all of them:

  • Prof. Nicole Wrange-Mönning, Universität Rostock, Presentation:
    Seeing the invisible: Examples of the use of stable isotopes in grassland ecology
  • Dr. Thomas Meisehen, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Presentation:
    Measuring Hydrogen Isotope Ratios of Atmospheric Volatile Organic Compounds: A new Insight into Atmospheric Processes
  • Prof. Danilo Sciarone, Università degli Studi di Messina, Presentation:
    Simultaneous detection by isotope ratio mass spectrometry and quadrupole mass spectrometry coupled to multidimensional gas chromatography for the analysis of complex samples
  • Prof. Elisabeth Yohannes, University of Konstanz, Presentation:
    How to make fish from methane: overview using bulk and amino acid specific stable isotope analysis
  • Dr. Francois Fourel, University of Lyon, Presentation:
    Pyrocube-IRMS: the ultimate tool for CNS, O and H precise isotopic analyses
  • Dr. Claudio Natali, University of Ferrara, Presentation:
    Thermally Based Speciation of carbon pools in environmental matrices

A nice program which offered the possibility to interact with other users, discuss about IRMS related topics and discover the latest developments of the IRMS product line from Elementar during a comfortable stay in Langenselbold.

We are very happy that a lot of customers participated the meeting. Hopefully we will meet again during the next meeting in 2019! :)


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