Scientific Programme

Scientific Programme

The scientific programme of EMSLIBS/CSI event consists of Plenary, Invited and Keynote Lectures, Oral Presentations and Poster Presentations.

We are proud to announce that the following eminent researchers will give a Plenary Lecture at the next EMSLIBS/CSI event:

  • Prof. Ove Axner, Umeå University Dept. Physics, Sweden
  • Prof. Annemie Bogaerts, University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • Prof. Mohamed Abdel Harith, University of Cairo, Egypt
  • Prof. Javier Laserna, University of Malaga, Spain
  • Prof. X. Chris Le, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
  • Dr. Filella Montserrat, University of Geneve, Switzerland
  • Dr. Sohail Mushtaq, London Metropolitan University, UK
  • Prof. Nicolò Omenetto, University of Florida, Gainesville (FL) USA
  • Dr. Richard Russo, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
  • Prof. Marco A. Zezzi Arruda, University of Campinas, Brazil
  • Prof. Bernhard Welz, University of Santa Catharina, Florianopolis, Brazil

Plenary Lectures will be held in a common session between CSI XL and 9th EMSLIBS.

The following distinguished LIBS fellows have been invited to give an invited (I) or keynote (K) lecture at the EMSLIBS 2017:

  • (K) Prof. Michael Angel (USA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Remote Spectroscopy
  • (I) Prof. Maria Luisa de Carvalho (PT) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Archaeometry and Cultural Heritage
  • (K) Prof. Alessandro de Giacomo (ITA) – EMSLIBS Session: Nanoparticle-Enhanced LIBS
  • (I) Dr. Russell Harmon (USA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Geological Applications
  • (K) Dr. Paddy Hayden (Ireland) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Pharmaceutical Industry Applications
  • (K) Dr. Jörg Hermann (FRA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Characterization of laser-produced plasmas
  • (K) Prof. Montserrat Hidalgo (ESP) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Analysis of liquids
  • (I) Dr. Madhavi Martin (USA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Forensic Applications
  • (I) Dr. Rodger Martin (USA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Nuclear Industry Applications
  • (I) Dr. Rosalba Gaudiuso (ITA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Biomedical Applications
  • (I) Dr. Asmaa El Hassan (Saudi Arabia) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Metal Industry Applications
  • (K) Dr. Vincent Motto-Ros (FRA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Surface Mapping and Depth Profiling
  • (I) Dr. Christian Parigger (USA) – EMSLIBS Session: Fundamental of Laser-induced Plasmas
  • (I) Dr. Mohamad Sabsabi (CAN) – EMSLIBS Session: LIBS Instrumentation
  • (K) Prof. Tetsuo Sakka (Japan) – EMSLIBS Session: Fundamental of LIBS
  • (I) Dr. Citlali Sánchez-Aké (MEX) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Synthesis of nanoparticles by laser
  • (K) Dr. J. B. Sirven (FRA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Chemometrics
  • (I) Dr. Zhe Wang (CHINA) – EMSLIBS/CSI Session: Coal Analysis

The EMSLIBS/CSI sessions are ‘hybrid’ sessions that will host presentations from both EMSLIBS and CSI researchers.

Synthetic Time Table of EMSLIBS/CSI.
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Here is the Detailed Scientific Program of EMSLIBS/CSI.

Please note that the programme is subject to changes, in order to accommodate the needs of the Conference participants.

Lectures & Oral Presentations

Plenary Lectures (PL) – 45 min, including discussion
Invited Lectures (IL)– 30 min, including discussion
Keynote Lectures (KL)– 30 min, including discussion
Oral Presentations (OP) – 15 min, including discussion

Poster Presentations (PP)

The suggested format of the posters is 0.9 m (width) x 1.20m (height).
Poster will be hang using adhesive tape.
The posters must be removed from the panels at the end of the session.

Elsevier will sponsor 6 prizes and JAAS will sponsor 3 additional prizes, to be awarded to the best posters presented by young students.

 

There will be three poster sessions, respectively in the afternoon of Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. The poster session of Monday the 12th is mainly oriented to Archaeometry, Cultural Heritage, Biomedical, Pharma, Chemometrics and Computational Chemistry. The second poster session of Tuesday the 13th is focused on Food, Environment, Fundamentals of LIBS and Geological Applications. The third poster session of Thursday the 15th will be on Industrial Applications, LIBS Imaging, Material Science, Nanotech.

Poster Session I, Monday 12th of June, 5:00pm

Board n.Presenting AuthorTitle
PP1Muhammad AlliVacuum Ultraviolet Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (VUV-LIBS) For Pharmaceutical Analysis
PP2Andrea AntunesAnalysis of the roles of trace elements in malignant breast tumor in canine patients using Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) Technique
PP3Andrea AntunesMonitoring the incorporation of hydroxyapatite on chitosan scaffolds using LIBS
PP4Pedro BarrulasLocal Production or Imported Gods? Multi-analytical Investigations of Archaeological Glazed Ceramics (XVIth-XVIIIth centuries) from Largo do Jesus, Lisbon
PP5Rainer BischoffBioconjugated supramolecular exo-functionalized palladium cages to peptides for biomedical applications
PP6Rainer BischoffCatalytic N-dealkylation of Drug Molecules on a Nanoporous Gold Surface
PP7Carlo BottainiChemical characterization of a collection of metallic oil lamps from Gharb al-Andalus (Southern Portugal): An in-situ and non destructive approach by handheld X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometer and open source Monte Carlo simulation code.
PP8Antonio BrunettiNuragic votive swords from Sardinia (Italy): assessing alloy's composition by EDXRF/Monte Carlo Simulations.
PP9Beatrice CampanellaChemical methodologies for proteins analysis. A focus on conformational studies based on Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
PP10Maria-Luisa CarvalhoTwo paintings, similar gold leaf manufacturing? Nondestructive determination of gold leaf thickness in panel paintings
PP11Adolfo CoboAutomatic classification of metal alloys from their LIBS spectra and its robustness against spectrometer decalibration
PP12Ioana Maria CorteaDegradation assessment of parchment manuscript at macro- and molecular level using an non-invasive approach
PP13Mafalda CostaMulti-analytical approach to the study of the European glass beads found in the tombs of the Church of Kulumbimbi (Angola)
PP14Damien DevismesBayesian Na•ve Classification for LIBS
PP15Gianni GallelloThe source of the building stones from the Sagunto Castle archaeological area and its surroundings
PP16Esperanza Garcia-RuizUse of CaCl for the direct determination of Cl by high-resolution Continuum source graphite furnace molecular absorption spec-trometry
PP17Alessandra GianoncelliNano-imaging of environmental dust in human lung tissue by Soft X-ray and hard XRF Microscopy
PP18Mar’a González CabreraRaman spectroscopy for the characterization of a polychromed marble decorative revetment from the Alhambra
PP19Candace HarrisPartial Least Squares Calibration models toward the determination of the LOD in 90Zr and 94Zr generated by zirconium metallic particles on silica substrates via Laser Ablation Molecular Isotopic Spectroscopy (LAMIS)
PP21Alexander A. KamnevMethodological Effects in FTIR Spectroscopy: Implications for Structural Analyses of Biopolymers
PP22Albert KériLA-ICP-MS examination of mummy hair strands from the archeo-logical artifacts found in the Dominican Church in V‡c, Hungary
PP23Rezida KhramchenkovaResearch of Islamic Enamel Glass from Excavations at Bolgar Settlement (Russia)
PP24Jakub KlusEvaluation of ensemble classification methods in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy measurements
PP25George KourousiasSimulation of Artefacts in X-ray Florescence Microscopy Based on Sample Topography
PP26Violeta LazicCharacterization of pigment compositions by LIBS beyond limits of XRF and PIXE techniques
PP27Roberta G. LeitãoMultielemental mapping by scanning synchrotron x-ray fluorescence in tumor human cells prostatic supplemented with zinc.
PP28Roberta G. LeitãoStudy of elemental distribution in human prostatic carcinoma cell spheroid culture using synchrotron radiation based x-ray fluorescence.
PP29Yong LiangBiospecific Metabolism Based and Click Chemistry Mediated Euro-pium Tagging Enable the Determination of D-Alanine Density of Bacterial Cell Wall Peptidoglycan Layers Using ICP-MS
PP30Tommaso LomonacoOn-sorbent derivatization of carbonyl compounds in exhaled breath
PP31Katarzyna ŁuczyńskaStructure_Spectra Correlations in Anilate Complexes with Picolines
PP32Raquel C. MachadoDetermination of As in complex samples using solid sampling high-resolution continuum source graphite furnace atomic absorption spectroscopy.
PP33Ana ManhitaOn the possibilities of Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) for the determination of heavy metal contamination of osteological remains and ceramics - an archaeometric study
PP34Marta MansoIn situ analysis of paper documents using portable EDXRF setup with triaxial geometry
PP35Marta MansoMulti-analytical study of foxing stains on paper
PP36Konstantinos MarmatakisLIBS-SSI-MS: Simultaneous elemental and molecular analysis of metal containing biomolecules
PP37Maripaz MateoLaser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy applied to the evaluation of nanoparticles treatments on limestones
PP38Maripaz MateoLaser-induced breakdown spectroscopy analysis of Titanium-Niobium coatings generated by laser cladding for its potential use in orthopedic implants
PP39Takeshi MinamiEffect of Gypsum on Sulfur Isotope Ratio of Vermilion Painted on Gypsum Wall
PP40Massimo OnorPotentiometric Biosensor for Non-invasive Lactate Determination in Human Sweat
PP41Iacopo OsticioliNew insights into understanding the optical properties of lead-based white pigments
PP42Lorenzo PardiniThe NOMAD (Novel Materials Discovery) Laboratory
PP43Mariela PistónLIBS applied to the study of metal archaeological pieces of museum collections in Uruguay
PP44Eva PospíšilováLaser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for depth-profile analysis of historical painting model samples
PP45Lucilla ProntiCharacterisation of commercial alizarin-based lakes by means of spectroscopic techniques
PP46Ignasi QueraltTotal reflection X-ray fluorescence spectrometry as fast analytical technique for human placenta sample analysis
PP47Simona RaneriDecorative stones characterization through spetroscopic methods: mosaic tesserae from an outstanding late Roman villa in Tuscany
PP48Simona RaneriMural painting in Tuscany during the Middle Age: a spectroscopic investigation on pigments and painting technique
PP49Elena SalernitanoDemonstration of eco friendly tanning cycle by spectroscopic tech-niques (LIFE14 ENV/IT/000443 LIFETAN)
PP50Elena SalernitanoEco friendly leather: Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy com-bined with Scanning Electron Microscopy and Thermogravimetric Analysis (LIFE14 ENV/IT/000443 LIFETAN)
PP51Roberto SanginesDevelopment of a fitting algorithm for spectral analysis in a Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy system
PP52Ana Beatriz Santos da SilvaDirect determination of TiO2 as Ti used as digestibility marker in bovine faeces by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
PP53Danielle Santos de AlmeidaIron, Coper and Zinc mapping analysis of Swiss mice brains on experimental model of Alzheimer's disease induced by _-amyloid oligomers
PP54Radka ŠefcůA multi-technique approach for determining the provenance of the mineral fluorite used as an artistic pigment
PP55Radka ŠefcůThe characterization of materials from the Norbert Grund's paint-ings on metal plate support
PP56Eugenia ShaykhutdinovaComparative analysis of casting technologies used for the manufac-turing of cast iron dishware in the towns of Volga Bolgaria in 13th-15th centuries (Tatarstan, Russia)
PP57Pavlína ŠkarkováComparative investigation of toxicity bioaccumulation and distribution of Cd-based Quantum dots and Cd salt in freshwater plant Lemna minor
PP58Simon StegerNon-invasive spectroscopic study on a modern reverse glass paint-ing: Marianne UhlenhuthÕs ÒOhne Titel, 1954Ó
PP59Imre SzalókiX-ray fluorescence microanalysis of cucumber hypocotyls using synchrotron radiation
PP60Estrella Teran HinojosaCharacterization of fibrotic liver tissue by LIBS
PP61Csilla Noémi TóthThe elemental concentration of blood serum of patients with autoimmune diseases determined by MP-AES method
PP62Anna TugarovaFTIR and Raman Spectroscopic Studies of Selenium Nanoparticles Synthesised by the bacterium Azospirillum thiophilum
PP63Qian WangCharacterization of the Aggregation Mechanism of Amyloid-_ peptides with Cu2+/Zn2+ Using Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy

Poster Session II, Tuesday 13th of June, 5:30pm

Board n.Presenting AuthorTitle
PP1Pavlína ŠkarkováStudy of selectivity of Nanoparticle Enhanced Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy signal enhancement
PP2Juri AgrestiControl of the depth resolution and crater diameter in elemental depth profiling based on laser ablation
PP3Christoph AhamerOn the emission enhancement in dual-pulse femtosecond laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy of metals
PP4Vanessa Nunes AlvesChromium speciation using Magnetic magnetite (Fe3O4) nanopar-ticles synthesized by coprecipitation method and detection by FAAS
PP5Alena V. AmosovaApplication of WDXRF analysis for paleoclimatic investigations
PP6Alena V. AmosovaGeochemical characteristic of bottom sediments using X-ray fluorescence spectra
PP7Francisco ArdiniAntarctic Environmental Specimen Bank: A playground for analytical spectroscopists
PP8Asu Ece AtespareDetermination of Various Minerals in Rice Samples Sold in Turkey using microwave induced plasma optical emission spectrometry
PP9Dilek BakirciogluSimultaneous Determination of Copper, Iron, Chromium, Lead, Manganese, Magnesium, Nickel and Sodium in Chocolate Samples by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry After Extraction Induced by Emulsion Breaking
PP10Yasemin Bakircioglu KurtulusA Novel, Rapid and Simple Extraction Induced by Emulsion Breaking Procedure for Cu, Mn and Ni Determination in Margarine
PP11Edina BaranyaiThe examination of iron and manganese retention in the aquatic food chain by atomic spectrometric methods
PP12Edina BaranyaiTrace element determination of tree sap by microwave plasma atomic emission spectrometry
PP13Raphael BiataDetermination of antimony and tin in beverages using inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometry after ionic liquid based ultrasonic-assisted liquid-liquid phase microextraction
PP14Fausto BrediceMeasurement of Laser Generated Plasma Parameters through the Perturbation caused by the plasma in a stationary electric field
PP15Fausto BrediceTemporal Evolution of the Boltzmann Plot as a Tool for the Characterization of Plasma Generated by Laser
PP16Victor ChubarovChemical state determination by WDXRF analysis for geochemical investigations
PP17Victor ChubarovWDXRF analysis of chromium ores
PP18Sesil CizmeciApplication of High-Resolution Continuum Source Molecular Absorption Spectrometry with Solid and Solution Sampling for the Determination of Fluorine in Tea Varieties and Their Infusions
PP19Stefano ColumbuCharacterization of ancient colored paintings on the lime-plaster from the ‰Û÷Teatro Marittimo‰Ûª of Roman Hadrian's Villa (Rome, Italy)
PP20Gabriella DraveczSolid Sampling Determination of Pb and Cd in Black Tea Leaf by High Resolution Continuum Source Graphite Furnace Atomic Ab-sorption Spectrometry
PP22Jens FrydenvangQuantitative major element calibration of the ChemCam instrument on the NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover
PP23Gábor GálbacsConstruction and initial characterization of a spatially heterodyne LIBS spectrometer
PP24Gábor GálbacsInvestigation of apatite grains in amphibolite rock samples by laser and X-ray spectroscopy methods
PP25Beatriz Gómez-NietoDirect determination of silicon in oil-in-water emulsions by high-resolution continuum source flame atomic absorption spectrometry
PP26Sándor HarangiMethod development for the determination of iAs in rice using hydride generation atomic absorption spectrometry (HG-AAS)
PP27Richard HarkAnalyzing Carbonate Muds by Handheld LIBS
PP28Jörg HermannAnalysis of aerosols via calibration-free laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy in helium
PP29Suleyman AkmanFormation Mechanisms of Calcium Monofluoride in Graphite Furnace Molecular Absorption Spectrometry and Interactions with Competitive Elements
PP30Alexey IlyinCollisional Radiative Model for Filamentation of Tightly Focused Femtosecond Laser Pulses in Air
PP31Przemysław JodłowskiComparison of theoretical and experimental studies of methane adsorption on PdO/Al2O3 structured catalyst
PP32Maria KnadelLaser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for Soil Specific Surface Area Estimation
PP33Annarita LaricchiutaThermodynamic and Transport Properties of Plasmas including Silicon-based Compounds
PP34Violeta LazicCalibration strategy for quantitative LIBS measurements in extremely variable plasma conditions, and for reduction of the matrix effect
PP35X. Chris LeDetection of Bacterial Pathogens in Water Using Affinity Aptamers and Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry
PP36Alessandro LenziDetermination of mercury in geothermal fluids employed as sources in power plants
PP37Javier ManriqueMeasurement of transition probabilities of Mn II lines by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
PP38Nikolay MashyanovThermospecies of mercury in lichens as bioindicators of air pollution
PP39Cheryl McCrindleFood Safety implications of Polluted Water in South Africa
PP40Marcia Foster MeskoRare Earth Elements Determination in Crude Oil and Fractions by Electrothermal Vaporization-Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry
PP41Isabel MoreiraEndocrine Disrupters in Dolphins from the Brazilian Coast
PP42Héctor MorillasMicro-Raman and SEM-EDX application to evaluate the nature of cluster particles present in Secondary Marine Aerosol highly influ-enced by anthropogenic emissions
PP44Agnieszka NawrockaEssential and Toxic Metal Contents in Smoked Meat Products available on the Polish Market
PP47Karel NovotnyNormalization of LIBS spectra using acoustic and total emission signal
PP48Davi F. OliveiraAnalysis of Scale Deposition in Oil Pipes using X-Ray Microfluorescence Imaging Technique
PP49Uwe OppermannDetermination of Heavy Metals in Beer using ICP-MS Spectrometry
PP50Nil OzbekThe Solid Phase Extraction of Some Trace Metals Using Graphene Nanoplatelets by HR-CS AAS
PP51Giovanni PardiniDetermination of Pb, Zn and Cd in soil samples by means of total reflection X-ray fluorescence analysis
PP52Giovanni PardiniPresence, mobility and bioavailability of toxic metals in soil, vegetation and streamwater around a ceased Pb-Sb factory (Sant Lloren̤ d‰ÛªHortons, Barcelona, Spain)
PP53Christian PariggerElectron density and temperature distribution in expanding laser-induced plasma
PP54Sofia PessanhaThe use of portable EDXRF setup with triaxial geometry for the study of liquid samples ‰ÛÒ Application to mine waters
PP55David ProchazkaEnhancement of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy signal by means of combination of pre-ablation and re-heating laser pulses
PP56María del Carmen Rico RodríguezFast Detection of Adulteration in Honey using Laser‰ÛÒInduced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Neural Networks
PP57Daniel RiebeCalibration-free laser induced breakdown spectroscopy for the quantitative determination of soil nutrients
PP58Anne-Sophie RotherMolecular femtosecond LIBS compared to excitations with longer pulse durations
PP59Madlen RŸhülmannDesign of an online-analysis technique for the determination of ma-jor and minor nutrients in soils using double-pulse laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
PP60Çiğdem Arpa ŞahinDetermination of Nickel and Cobalt in Food Samples by Using Ul-trasound-Assisted Solidified Floating Organic Drop Microextration Followed By Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry
PP61Çiğdem Arpa ŞahinInfluence of the Spot Size on ZnO Thin Films Produced by Pulsed Laser Deposition
PP62Carlos Sánchez-RodríguezRemoving interferences in organic solvents and petroleum products by hTISIS-ICP-MS/MS
PP63Nick SchiavonAssessing the efficacy of the EDXRF/Monte Carlo Simulations approach in the analysis of ancient metal artifacts: an experimental study on artificial corroded alloy samples
PP64Mauana SchneiderIodine determination by high resolution continuum source molecular absorption spectrometry: A comparative between promising molecules.
PP65Susanne SchröderQuantification of Chlorine via Molecular Emissions of CaCl in Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy under Martian Conditions
PP66Giorgio SenesiMicro-Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for recognition of chemical zoning of Ti-rich garnets in thin section.
PP67Sungho ShinCharacterization of Signal Variation by Metal Types and Surface Conditions during Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy.
PP68Sergey SholupovOptimization of measurement technique for automated DGM determination in water
PP69Sergey SholupovReal-time highly sensitive and selective benzene and mercury determination in air and natural gas by differential absorption spectrometry with the direct Zeeman effect
PP70Panayiotis SiozosSubstrate effect on the LIBS emission of nanometer scale thick layers
PP71Gioacchino TempestaMicro-laser induced breakdown spectroscopy of an iron meteorite
PP72Hande TinasDetermination of Lead in Flour Directly by Solid Sampling High Resolution Continuum Source Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometry
PP73Ricardo Urrutia-GoyesSimple PXRF Field Measurement Methodology for Trace Elements in Soil
PP74Maria Goreti R. ValeDetermination of Chromium and Cadmium in Mushroom Sam-ples by HR-CS SS-GF AAS
PP75Maria Goreti R. ValeInvestigation of spectral interferences on the determination of Pb in road dust samples using high-resolution continuum source graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry
PP77Richard ViskupMeasurement of Diesel Particulate Matter exhaust emissions generated from real Diesel combustion engine personal vehicles by means of Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
PP78Li XueSingle-particle Investigation of Antarctic Sea Spray Aerosols Using Low-Z particle EPMA, Raman Microspectrometry, and ATR-FTIR Imaging Techniques
PP79Sang Soon YunDetermination of benzoic acid and sorbic acid in Vegetables
PP80Zhuoyong ZhangClassification of Sand Samples by Using Terahertz Time-Domain Spectroscopy and Chemometrics

Poster Session III, Thursday 15th of June, 5:30pm

Board n.Presenting AuthorTitle
PP2Andrea AntunesCharacterization of polymeric biomaterial for high-resolution X-ray Imaging
PP3Marco ArrudaMetabolomic approach investigating differences in two generation of genetically modified and non-modified soybean seeds
PP4Carlo Marco MascherpaFourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy in the leather quality control (LIFE14 ENV/IT/000443 LIFETAN)
PP5Jorge CaceresMegapixel multi-elemental imaging by Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, a technology with considerable potential for paleoclimate studies
PP6Damian ChlebdaEvaluation of the surface intermediates during the methane catalytic combustion over non-noble catalysts by in situ NIR and 2D-COS
PP7Adolfo CoboAutomatic classification of metal alloys from their LIBS spectra and its robustness against spectrometer decalibration
PP8David DayQuantificationation of Carbon in Steel using Handheld LIBS
PP9Alessandro De GiacomoNanoparticles-Enhanced Laser-Ablation ICP-MS Of Metals
PP10Daniel DiazFluid-dynamic Design of Laser Ablation Chambers for Laser Abla-tion-Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LA-LIBS)
PP11Thomas DietzQuantification of halogens in concrete using molecular emissionson
PP12Francois DoucetQualifying a Commercial LIBS Instrument for Method Validation in Metallurgical Industries
PP13Anna DziedzickaSono chemically assisted synthesis of zeolite catalysts for methane combustion
PP14Shuzo EtoEffect of steel temperature and corrosion on laser-induced plasma of the salt deposit
PP15Edilene Cristina FerreiraInternal Standardization Enabling Calcium Determination In Bio-char Soil Conditioners By Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
PP16Cassian GottliebMaterial properties and their impact on laser-induced plasmas for concrete analysis
PP17Emilia Grygo-SzymankoFractionation and speciation analysis of manganese in wheat samples
PP18Jörg HermannAnalyses of multielemental thin films via laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
PP19Jörg HermannInvestigation of surface contamination by aluminum on classically-manufactured fused silica windows.
PP20Joanna HetmańczykRaman light scattering and infrared absorption studies of the phase transition and reorientational dynamics of H2O ligands and ReO4 Ð anions in [Mg(H2O)4](ReO4)2.
PP21Masao InoseRapid and Continuous Analysis Method for Steel Pickling Solution Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
PP22Hudson Angeyo KalambukaNuclear Forensics Utilizing Machine Learning Enabled Peak-Free LIBS and LAMIS
PP23Ildikó KálomistaExtending the applicability of the single particle ICP-MS technique to the investigation of nanorods and nanoalloys
PP24Alexander A. KamnevRaman Spectroscopic and Theoretical Study of Liquid and Solid Water within the Spectral Region 1600Ð2300 cmÐ1
PP25Jan KnoopEasy Determination of Chromium and Arsenic Species in Toys and Food using hyphenated LC-ICPMS technique applying the new developed Shimadzu Time Resolved Measurement Software
PP26Yuto KobuneTwo-step Laser Excitation of Triplet Rydberg States of Mg Atom from the 3s3p 3P0O metastable state
PP27George KourousiasMonitoring dynamic electrochemical processes with in-situ ptychography and keyhole CDI
PP28Agnieszka Anna KrataDevelopment of HPLC Species-Specific / Unspecific ID ICP MS Method for the Determination of Selenium Species
PP29Jan KratzerAtomization Mechanism of Hydride Forming Elements in Heated Quartz Tube and Dielectric Barrier Discharge Atomizers
PP30Anicó KulowS2XAFS: A new experimental set-up for time-resolved X-ray absorp-tion spectroscopy in a Ôsingle-shotÕ
PP31Javier LasernaIn-situ monitoring and characterization of airborne solid particles in hostile industrial environments using stand-off LIBS
PP32Javier LasernaIdentification strategies for steel grades at high temperature using stand-off LIBS
PP33Vasily N. LednevElemental profiling of wear resistant coatings by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy and energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy
PP34Vasily N. LednevLaser Crater Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
PP35Sandra Maria MaiaStudy for Elements Determination for Evaluating their Availability in Coal and Ashes using Experimental Design and the ICP-MS Technique
PP36Ciro MárquezMercury analysis in Coal, Ash and Slag using Cold Vapor-ICPOES, After microwave digestion.
PP37Karel MarschnerSelective Hydride Generation of Inorganic Arsenic for Fast Screening of Samples of Marine Origin
PP38Nikolay MashyanovSpectroscopic study of pecularuies of mercury distribution in coals
PP39Alexey BulanovFeatures of LIBS under the action of ultrasound
PP40Samuel MoncayoEvaluation of compact VUV spectrometer for elemental imaging by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy
PP41Rocío Muñiz DelgadoDevelopment of different quantification strategies for in-depth profile analysis of NiCu/Cu layers and multilayers via pulsed glow discharge time-of-flight mass spectrometry
PP42Tristan Oliver NagyInvestigation of the layer-thickness- and wavelength-dependence of laser stratigraphy on Cu and Ni coatings using LIBS
PP43Ana Rita A. NogueiraProposition of Classification Models by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy for Quality Evaluation of Cattle Leathers
PP44Eliska NovakovaTe UV-photochemical vapour generation
PP45Karel NovotnyVarious aspects of sulfur determination in concrete samples using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
PP46Toshiyuki OnoderaExperimental Results from Purification of TlBr Semiconductor Crystals by the Filter Method for Use as Gamma-ray Detectors
PP47Massimo OnorRemoval of metals and dyes in wastewater treatment by surface modified PP resins
PP48Anna Maria OraniDevelopment and application of ICP-MS methodologies for trace elements, As species and Pb isotope ratios determination in Mediterranean sponges
PP49Belgin Genc OztoprakDiscrimination of Polymers By Using Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Chemometric Techniques
PP50Johannes PedarnigElement imaging of metallic and dielectric layers by laser ablation - electric spark optical emission spectroscopy
PP51Rosario PereiroAssessment of Next Generation Thin Film Solar Cells by Depth Profile Analysis using Pulsed Glow Discharge Ð Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry
PP52Lucilla ProntiCharacterisation of commercial alizarin-based lakes by means of spectroscopic techniques.
PP53Lukáš PrůchaDepth Profile Analysis of Thin Films Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
PP54Simona RellaInvestigation of mussel adhesive protein inspired coatings by X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy: screening of optimal conditions for biomolecule conjugation.
PP55Simona RellaDevelopment of XPS in application to atmospheric particulate matter (PM) by comparison with results of Ion Chromatography
PP56Édouard RollinTowards calibration transfer for quantitative analysis of nuclear materials by LIBS in the VUV range.
PP57Hongjun ShiSimultaneous Determintion of Ten Elements in Doped Sr(NO3)2 Crystals by ICP-AES
PP58Fabio SpazianiElemental analysis of glass samples and simulated vitrified nuclear wastes by LIBS
PP59Dandan TaoAg+ Coordination Polymers of a Chiral Thiol Ligand Bearing an AIE Fluorophore
PP60Anna TelkSpeciation analysis of manganese with the use of atomic spectrometry techniques
PP61Hande TinasDetermination of Cadmium Content of Some Lipstick Samples by Direct Solid Sampling Atomic Absorption Spectrometry
PP62Stefan TrautnerMolecular and atomic emission spectroscopy of tyre rubber material from industrial production
PP63Jakub VrábelPhase Correlation Applied to Image Processing in Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
PP64Bernhard WelzHigh-resolution continuum source graphite furnace molecular absorption spectrometry as an alternative to GC-MS for the direct determination of chlorinated persistent organic pollutants in fish oil
PP65Zhenli ZhuNew vapor generation methods based on plasma chemical/electrochemical processes
PP66Sanja ZivkovicLIBS Analysis of aluminum alloys: An Alternative Approach
PP67Stefania GiannarelliDo 1-aminopyrene, 1-hydroxymetilpyrene, carbendazim and carbaryl interact with biosubstrates and micelles?
PP68Andrea MarchionniDetecting products from the electrooxidation of renewable alcohols with SNIFTIRS technique
PP69Chady StephanUptake of Nanoparticles by Fresh Water Algae using Single Cell ICP-MS
PP70Lukasz KuterasińskiSonically prepared Cu-MFI and Cu-USY zeolites as catalysts for DeNOx processes.
PP71Citlali Sánchez–AkéInfluence of the Spot Size on ZnO Thin Films Produced by Pulsed Laser Deposition