The mass spectrometry community is probably the largest group of scientists working around a single tool. Mass spectrometry (MS), arguably the most important analytical spectroscopic tool of modern times. There is no single area of experimental science where mass spectroscopy is not being used. There is no university or research institution in the developed world without a mass spectrometer.
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- Fundamentals of Mass Spectrometry
- Mass Spectrometry Configuration and Technique
- Ionization Techniques
- Application of Mass Spectrometry
- New Approaches in Mass Spectrometry
- Experimentation and Data Analysis
- Maintenance and troubleshooting
- Mass Spectrometry Imaging
- Recent Advances in Mass Spectrometry Techniques
Why to attend???
1.To learn about key issues in the industry as a whole (and your area of interest in particular) as articulated by practitioners.
2. To meet people and organizations addressing these same key issues.
3. To meet people with whom you’ve established a relationship on social media.
4. To initiate relationships with others that you can continue by social media and/or meetings in person.
5. To learn about job, internship, project and other work-based possibilities.
6. To learn about fellowship and grant opportunities relevant to your area(s) of interest.
7. To gain insight into the experiences of others who face challenges similar to yours.
8. To learn about publications and other resources relevant to your area(s) of interest.
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Major Mass Spectrometry Associations around the Globe
AB Sciex Research and Development (CDN)
ABRF (Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities)
Advanced Materials Technology Inc. (AMT)
Advion BioServices, Midwest Drug Discovery and Metabolism Center of Excellence
American Analytical Chemistry Laboratories Corporation (AACL)
American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)
ASMS (American Society for Mass Spectrometry)
Major Mass Spectrometry Associations in Europe
European Proteomics Association (EuPA)
Proteomics societies, British Society for Proteome Research
European Society for Separation Science (EuSSS)
European Sales & Marketing Association (ESMA)
The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists
Statistical Analysis of Associations
Figure 1: Statistical Analysis
- Directors of analytical chemistry department in Universities
- Research laboratories
- Professor and Associate professor
- Research scholar
- Analytical instrument manufacturing company
- Research and Development Department
Figure 2: Target Audience
Top Universities in USA:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Figure 3: Top Universities
Companies Associated with Analytical Instrumentation
Figure 4: Companies Associated with Analytical Instrumentation
Glance at Market of Analytical Instrument
2 The global laboratory products market totaled $38.1 billion in 2012, with the 2013 market size forecast to reach $38.5 billion. The global laboratory products market grew 2.0% in 2012, and fell down to 1.2% in 2013 in response to global economic conditions subsequently.
India and China remain the fastest growing markets analyzed expanding at CAGRs of 12.1% and 9.4%, respectively, from 2012 2015.North America is the largest market, followed by Europe and Asia
Asian market is slated to grow at the highest rate over the next five years.
Asian region with emphasis on China and India
Apart from Asia, countries such as Brazil, Mexico, and Africa are also projected to have significant growth in the mass spectrometry market.
In the U.S., the National Institutes of Health funded the University of Georgia with a grant of $1.2 million for biomedical research
In Europe, Germany has increased its funding for research, and in the U.K.; mass spectrometry is used in the food testing processes. 3
Market Growth of Analytical Instrumentation
Statistics which shows growth in analytical instrumentation market