Program

FINAL PROGRAM
Day 1, October 10

Session: Advanced Wastewater Based Epidemiology (WBE) for public health


8:30 Registration

8:50 Welcome and introduction

   Chair: Damià Barceló

9:00 Opening lecture
Pharmaceutical Monitoring Paired with RNA Detection in Wastewater for Early-Warning of Community Viral Outbreaks
Diana Aga
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

9:25 Wastewater Based Epidemiology and One Health
Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern
University of Bath

9:50 Environmental proteomics in wastewater-based epidemiology (EP-WBE). Determination of large biomolecules as biomarkers of population health and activities
Montserrat Carrascal
Spanish National Research Council (IIBB-CSIC)

10:15 Moving beyond monitoring legacy per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)
Jaume C Morales
Agilent Technologies

10:45 David Solomon Jalajel, Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Water Prize

11:00 Poster session & coffee break

Oral Communications

   Chair: Diana Aga

11:30 The chemical exposome in maternal blood and placenta and the potential use of sewage sludge to prioritize hazardous substances
Pablo Gago-Ferrero
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC)

11:40 Understanding treatment of pain during COVID pandemic – a wastewater-based epidemiology approach
Nicola Ceolotto
University of Bath

11:50 Wastewater analysis as a means to distinguish trends in international use of new psychoactive substances
Richard Bade
The University of Queensland, Australia

12:00 Wastewater-based monitoring of illicit drug use in Cyprus: Τhe impact of COVID-19 pandemic
Magda Psichoudaki
NIREAS-International Water Research Centre

12:10 Questions from the floor (Oral Communications)


Session: Non Target Analysis (NTA) and Bioinformatics applied to environmental and food samples


   Chair: Antoni Ginebreda

12.20 HRMS uncovers missing chemical disinfection by-products in drinking water
Susan Richardson
University of South Carolina

12:45 ROIMCR chemometrics for HRMS environmental applications
Roma Tauler
IDAEA-CSIC

13:10 Chemical Space Visualization for Non-Targeted Analysis via Kendrick Mass Defect plots and Van Krevelen diagrams: understanding the benefits and limitations
Natalia Soares Quinete
Florida International University, Institute of Environment

13:35 Poster session & lunch break

14:30 Nontarget screening of persistent and mobile pollutants in groundwater
Juliane Hollender
Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Eawag

14:55 A new angle in environmental (bio)monitoring utilizing HRMS techniques and novel chemometric tools
Nikolaos Thomaidis
Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

15:20 Considerations and overview of PFAS analysis by LCMS
Frans Schoutsen
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Oral Communications

   Chair: Susan Richardson

15:40 An in-silico coverage evaluation of RPLC-MS chemical space via two different retention indices scales
Saer Samanipour
University of Amsterdam

15:50 NORMANEWS2 – An Evaluation of Retrospective Suspect Screening with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry and its Potential for a Global Emerging Contaminant Early Warning System
Jake O’Brien
Queensland Alliance for Environmental Health Sciences (QAEHS), The University of Queensland

16:00 Time series analysis of Emerging Contaminants obtained from Suspect Analysis through HRLCMS during COVID-19
Sanjeeb Mohapatra
NUS Environmental Research Institute, Singapore
Energy and Environmental Sustainability for Megacities (E2S2) Phase II, Singapore

16:10 Non-target screening strategies for identification of transformation products after abiotic degradation and biotransformation processes
Maria Vittoria Barbieri
Hydrosciences Montpellier, University of Montpellier, France

16:20 Compact suspect screening workflow for the elucidation of TPs of the diuretic drug furosemide
Lelouda-Athanasia Koronaiou
Laboratory of Environmental Pollution Control, Department of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation (CIRI-AUTH), Thessaloniki, Greece

16:30 Questions from the floor (Oral Communications)

16:40 Poster session & coffee break

   Chair: Nikolaos Thomaidis 

17:10 Wide scope screening of personal care products in human cord blood: fetal exposure at early stages of development
Adrià Sunyer-Caldú
Department of Environmental Chemistry, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research – Severo Ochoa Excellence Center (IDAEA), Spanish Council of Scientific Research (CSIC), Spain.

17:20 Characterization of Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Composition within a Wastewater Treatment Plant by Targeted Analysis and Suspect Screening Methods
Rebecca Dickman
University at Buffalo

17:30 Evaluation of different sample pretreatment methods for suspect screening of pollutants present in treated wastewaters
Dana Pierina Orlando Véliz
IDAEA-CSIC

17:40 AlimOmic – The high-resolution mass spectrometry to enlight the external exposome and to enhance food safety
Parinet Julien
ANSES, french agency for food safety and occupational health

17:50 Identification of unexpected contaminants in Spanish cured ham coming from plastic packaging migration by HRMS and data reduction tools
María José Gómez Ramos
University of Almería, Department of Physics and Chemistry, Agrifood Campus of International Excellence (ceiA3),  Spain.

18:00 « Phytocuisson » project: Determination of degradation products from active substances commercialized in Europe during thermal processing
Florian DUBOCQ
ANSES, CNRS/ICMPE

18:10 Combination of analytical platforms for the comprehensive study of myclobutanil-based plant protection product degradation in tomato and grape
Jesús Marín-Sáez
Department of Chemistry and Physics, Analytical Chemistry Area, University of Almería Research Centre for Agricultural Food Biotechnology (BITAL), Agrifood Campus of International Excellence ceiA3, Spain
Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada, Spain

18:20 Questions from the floor (Oral Communications)

18:35 End of the day

Day 2, October 11

Session: Green Analytical Chemistry using HRMS and/or LC/MS-MS applied to environmental and food analysis


   Chair:  Juliane Hollender

8:30 Mass spectrometry green analytical chemistry solutions using optimized sample preparation strategies
Janusz Pawliszyn
University of Waterloo, Canada

8:55 SFC-MS/MS vs LC-MS/MS for the pesticide residue analysis in food samples
Victor Cutillas Juárez
European Union Reference Laboratory for Pesticide Residues in Fruit and Vegetables, Agrifood Campus of International Excellence (CeiA3),  Spain

Oral communications

9:25 A simple and green integrative passive sampler to study contaminant transfer in small watersheds
MARGOUM Christelle
INRAE, UR Riverly, France

9:35 Occurrence-based selection of pharmaceuticals for method upgrade, conclusions of 10 years of monitoring data in Catalonia
Marc Castaño-Trias
ICRA and UdG

9:45 Questions from the floor (Oral Communications)


Session: Advances in HRMS instrumentation and their applicability in environmental analysis and food authenticity


   Chair:  Juliane Hollender

9:50 Advantages of chromatography-ion mobility-mass spectrometry in environmental and food analysis
Encarna Moyano
University of Barcelona

10:15 LC−HRMS suspect screening workflow to elucidate transformation products of lincomycin after photocatalytic abatement using MOF-based photocatalysts
Dimitra Lambropoulou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

10:40 Poster session & coffee break

   Chair: Dimitra Lambropoulou

11:10 Electrons Lead and Protons Follow-Accurate Mass and MS-MS Fragmentation of Small Molecules with Quantum Mechanical Considerations
Michael Thurman
University of Colorado, USA

11:35 A rapid screening and quantitative LC-MS/MS method for food and environmental contaminants using the ZenoTOF 7600 system
Daniel McMillan
SCIEX

Oral communications

12:05 Orbitrap mass spec trometry assessment of climbazole UV degradability: Transformation products elucidation
Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

12:15 Exploring the potential for a fragmentation alignment index for database matching
Denice van Herwerden
Van’t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS), University of Amsterdam

12:25 A robust methodology for the analysis of vPvM compounds in runoff samples using HILIC and mixed-mode chromatography coupled to Q-ToF-MS
Francesc Labad
IDAEA-CSIC

12:35 Characterization of agricultural products using chromatographic techniques coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry: more than just the active substance
Rosalia Lopez-Ruiz
Research Group “Analytical Chemistry of Contaminants”, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Research Centre for Mediterranean Intensive Agrosystems and Agri-Food Biotechnology (CIAIMBITAL), University of Almeria, Agrifood Campus of International Excellence, ceiA3, Spain

12:45 Cost-effective methodology for the prioritization of site-specific organic contaminants on a reclaimed water irrigation system based on HRMS suspect screening techniques
Manuel García-Vara
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA), Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC)

12:55 Identification and quantification of new emerging contaminants in vehicles’ microenvironments in Thessaloniki: Application of LC-HRMS based target and non-target approach
Styliani Petromelidou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

13:05 Prediction of disinfection byproduct formation during water treatment from characterization of dissolved organic matter with Non-Target Screening
Maria José Farré
ICRA

13:15 Questions from the floor (Oral Communications)

13:30 Poster session & lunch break


Session: Large number of applications in environmental analysis and food authenticity such as water and soil/ sediment, biota and food, like fruits and vegetables, juices and meat


   Chair:  Encarna Moyano

14:30 LC-MS based fingerprinting as a tool for the integrated assessment of food quality, food safety and food authenticity: honey as a case-study
Stephane Bayen
McGill University, Canada

14:55 Mass Spectrometry for Pesticide Residues in Food within European Green Deal. Quo Vadis?
Amadeo R. Fernandez-Alba
University of Almeria

15:20 High resolution mass spectrometry based techniques at the crossroads of  the analysis of contaminants and metabolites in plants: The case study of Saudi Arabia
Yolanda Pico
University of Valencia

15:45 Emerging contaminants in surface water after wildfire events–Identification by LC/Q-TOF-MS
Imma Ferrer
University of Colorado

16:10 PFAS Analysis – Overcoming challenges to meet regulatory limits with a total solution
Cecile Pinto
Waters SAS, St Quentin en Yvelines

16:30 Poster session & coffee break

Oral communications

   Chair: Stephane Bayen

17:00 Co-occurrence of Antimicrobials and Metals in Swine Manure as Potential Drivers of Antimicrobial Resistance in the Environment
Jena Congilosi
University at Buffalo

17:10 Kinetic analysis for the removal of a mixture of veterinary antibiotics by photocatalysis
Johanna Zambrano
Universidad de Valladolid

17:20 Application of HRMS Techniques to Identify Phototransformation Products during the Photodegradation of a Mixture of Pharmaceuticals Commonly found in Wastewater
Sanjeeb Mohapatra
Environmental Science and Engineering Department, IIT Bombay, India
NUS Environmental Research Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore

17:30 Determination of glyphosate (GLY) and aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA) in real water by liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS)
Phuong Bich Trinh
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

17:40 Development and validation of a QuEChERS/QuPPe-UHPLC-QTOF-MS method for the multiresidue screening of pesticides and veterinary drugs in seafood
Thierno DIALLO
ANSES, Laboratory for Food Safety,  France
Littoral Environnement et Sociétés (LIENSs), UMR 6250, CNRS-Université de La Rochelle, France

17:50 LC-MS application in food safety: food thermal labels as a pathway of exposure to bisphenol S and analogues
Ziyun XU
McGill University

18:00 Development and validation of qualitative QuEChERS-UHPLC-Q-ToF methods for multi-residue analysis of pesticides in various food products
Yassine Makni
ANSES, Laboratory for Food Safety, France
Littoral Environnement et Sociétés (LIENSs), UMR 6250, CNRS-Université de La Rochelle, ANSES, Strategy and Programmes Department, France

18:10 Questions from the floor (Oral Communications)

   Chair: Damià Barceló

18:25 Closing lecture
Farming practices and seasonal effects on diffuse pollution on a Hazelnut orchard located in Croatia
Paulo Pereira
Environmental Management Laboratory, Mykolas Romeris University, LT-08303 Vilnius, Lithuania

18:45 Awards and closing ceremony

19.00 End of the workshop


POSTER LIST

 

P1-Small-molecule mass spectrometry fingerprinting as a diagnostic tool in water quality surveillance and treatment optimization (WaterDOM)
Mira Čelić
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA), Girona, Spain
University of Girona (UdG), Girona, Spain

P2-Characterization of the dissolved organic matter (DOM) fingerprint in natural springs by high-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) and its relationship with antibiotics
Meritxell Gros
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA-CERCA), Girona, Spain
University of Girona, Girona, Spain

P3-Wide-scope suspect and target screening method validation for the identification and quantification of chemicals of emerging concern in urine
Daniel Gutiérrez-Martín
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA), CSIC, Barcelona, Spain

P4-Occurrence of highly toxic persistent organic pollutants in the urban environment of Cyprus (Eastern Mediterranean-Middle East region): Role of meteorology in atmospheric variability, and potential emission sources
Minas Iakovides
Climate and Atmosphere Research Center (CARE-C), The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus

P5-A step-by-step optimization of the MS and MS/MS parameters of an Orbitrap mass spectrometer for the analysis of extra virgin olive oil
Lelouda-Athanasia Koronaiou
Laboratory of Environmental Pollution Control, Department of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation (CIRI-AUTH), Balkan Center, Thessaloniki, Greece

P6-A Quantitative Comparison of Acquisition Methods for Non-Target Analysis of Per-and Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances by Liquid Chromatography HRMS
Jaume C Morales
Agilent Technologies

P7-Towards the unequivocal identification of bioactive cyclic lipopeptides by LC-HRMS/MS
Victoria Osorio
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA-CERCA), Girona, Spain
University of Girona, Girona, Spain

P8-Following by Mass Spectrometry the production of squalene using bacteria genetically modified
Roger Sinfreu Bergues
Universitat de Lleida

P9-Simultaneous positive and negative HRAM acquisition using a Q-TOF mass spectrometer with ultra-high mass stability
Stéphane Moreau
Shimadzu Europa GmbH

P10-The chemical exposome in brain cancer: an exploratory study
Ruben Gil-Solsona
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research

P11-Nontarget LC-HRMS and in silico molecular prediction for dissolved organic matter (DOM) characterization
Jessica Patrone
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC)

P12-Environmental proteomics analysis for swage water sample characterization using the LC-HRMS/MS ROIMCR PLSDA methodology
Carlos Pérez-López
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC)

P13-Analysis of the Wastewater Effluent Samples to Identify Toxic Chemicals Using High-Resolution GC/Q-TOF
Jose Juan Rivero
Agilent Technologies

P14-HRMS data evaluation approches for PFAS screening
Christian Zwiener
Environmental Analytical Chemistry, University of Tuebingen

P15-Non-target screening for PFAS on a contaminated site in Germany – application of Kendrick mass defect and FindPFΔS
Christian Zwiener
Environmental Analytical Chemistry, University of Tuebingen, Germany

P16-Wastewater-based epidemiology as surveillance tool of antimicrobial agents’ usage and resistance
Lubertus Bijlsma
Environmental and Public Health Analytical Chemistry, University Jaume I
Department of Chemistry, University of Bath

P17-Development and Application of an analytical method using HRMS (Orbitrap) to estimate drug of abuse consumption through wastewater based epidemiology in post-pandemic Valencia (Spain)
Vasiliki Soursou
Environmental & Food Safety Research group of the University of Valencia (SAMA-UV), Desertification Research Centre CIDE (CSIC-UV-GV), Moncada, Spain

P18-Impact of food processing on chlordecone and chlordecol content in animal products by QuEChERS extraction and ID-HPLC-MS/MS
Yoann Devriendt-Renault
ANSES, Laboratory for Food Safety, Maisons-Alfort, France
LDA26, Departmental laboratory of analyses of La Drôme, Valence, France

P19-Monitoring OPFRs during fungal degradation by in-situ LLE and GC-MS
Diana Losantos
Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

P20-Target analysis of emerging organic pollutants in horticultural Greek soils irrigated with reclaimed wastewater.
Lucas Leonel Alonso
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA-CERCA), Girona, Spain
University of Girona, Girona, Spain

P21-Analysis of a wide range of organic contaminants in environmental samples using cross-platform services
Diana Álvarez-Muñoz
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA-CERCA), Girona, Spain
University of Girona, Girona, Spain

P22- Enantioselective determination of antidepressants and β-blockers in digested sludge, compost and soil by chiral LC-MS/MS
Marina Arenas
Departamento de Química Analítica, Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain

P23-Non-targeted screening of chemicals migrating from PET bottles into olive oil
Iciar Beraza Gómez
Universidad de Almería

P24-High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry to identify pesticides in rice fields of L’Albufera Natural Park (Valencia, Spain)
Julian Campo
Environmental and Food Safety Research Group (SAMA-UV), Desertification Research Centre CIDE (CSIC-UV-GV), Moncada, Spain

P25-LC-MS/MS and HRMS-Based Approach to Address Antibiotic Pollution in Marine and Freshwater Aquaculture Systems (ARENA project)
Jose Maria Castaño-Ortiz
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA-CERCA)
Universitat de Girona (UdG), Girona, Spain

P26-Occurrence and removal of per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) in sludge from Norwegian wastewater treatment plants through dry pyrolysis
Gabriela Castro
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

P27-Removal of cytostatic drugs from water using carbonaceous materials
Diego Huber, Eva Portillo
Complutense University of Madrid

P28-Emerging contaminants and Human Health Risk Assessment in urban regions, Saudi Arabia
Mohamed El-Sheikh
Department of Botany and Microbiology, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

P29-Chemicals of emerging concern in anerobic digestate
Oksana Golovko
Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Uppsala, Sweden

P30-Study of the phototransformation of venlafaxine and its transformation products in surface waters at lab and real- scale by LC- Q-Exactive Orbitrap-HRMS
Olga Gómez-Navarro
IDAEA-CSIC

P31-Chemical distribution and environmental effects of leachates from buried plastic: A case study of Lisla Lyngøyna island
Adrián Jaén-Gil
NORCE Norwegian Research Centre, Climate & Environment Department, Randaberg, Norway

P32-A suspect screening workflow for the identification of contaminants of emerging concern, including persistent and mobile compounds, in surface water used for crop irrigation
Isabel López-Heras
IMDEA Water Institute, Alcalá de Henares, Spain

P33-Exploring biopesticides, a new natural way to control pest: the role of chromatographic techniques coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry
Rosalia López-Ruiz
Research Group “Analytical Chemistry of Contaminants”, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Research Centre for Mediterranean Intensive Agrosystems and Agri-Food Biotechnology (CIAIMBITAL), University of Almeria, Agrifood Campus of International Excellence, ceiA3, Almeria, Spain

P34-Are nature-based solutions an efficient technology removing different classes of organic compounds?
Núria López-Vinent
IDAEA-CSIC (Department of Environmental Chemistry)

P35-Prioritization of pharmaceuticals in tissues and body fluids from wild fish by target and suspect screening with LC-HRMS/MS Q-Exactive Orbitrap
Diana Manjarrés
IDAEA-CSIC

P36-LC-MS/MS determination of five groups of antibiotics and their metabolites in faeces of migratory waterbirds
Carmen Mejías Padilla
Departamento de Química Analítica, Escuela Politécnica Superior, Universidad de Sevilla

P37-Understand the fate of pharmaceuticals in crops after irrigation with contaminated water using HRMS system
Nicola Montemurro
ONHEALTH Dept. of Environmental Chemistry, IDAEA-CSIC, Barcelona

P38-Application of TiO2 based photocatalytic films for oxidation of environmental micropollutants
Dragana Mutavdžić Pavlović
Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia

P39-Analysis of glyphosate, glufosinate and AMPA in environmental water samples with direct injection
Cecile Pinto
Waters S.A.S, ST Quentin en Yvelines France

P40-Landfills as pollution source of organic contaminants of emerging concern
Cristina Postigo
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Granada

P41-Towards holistic exposome understanding: wide-scope target analysis of >800 chemicals in serum from pregnant women
Esteban Restrepo-Montes
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research – IDAEA

P42-Target and suspect screening of contaminants in fish feeds by gas and liquid chromatography coupled to ion mobility-high resolution mass spectrometry
Juan Vicente Sancho Llopis
University Jaume I

P43-Analysis of microplastics in the environment: Identification and quantification of trace levels of common types of plastic polymers using pyrolysis-GC/MS
Lúcia Santos
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA-CERCA), Girona, Spain
University of Girona, Girona, Spain

P44-Detection and Quantitation of PFAS Substances in Pork Meat using High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Frans Schoutsen
Thermo Fisher Scientific

P45-Determination of emerging pollutants using passive microporous polyethylene samplers and liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry in L´Albufera Natural Park (Valencia, Spain)
Yolanda Soriano Juan
University of Valencia
Desertification Research Center

P46-Ultra-high sensitivity quantification of veterinary drug residues in animal by-products
Jianru Stahl-Zeng
Sciex

P47-The opportunity of laundry greywater reuse in Europe: the LIFE RECYCLO project
Marta Turull
Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA-CERCA), Girona, Spain
University of Girona, Girona, Spain

P48-Impact of a new antifouling agent in human retinal cells lipidome using Liquid chromatography-quadrupole time of flight mass spectrometry (LC-Q-TOF/MS)
Cátia Vilas-Boas
Laboratory of Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Department of Chemical Sciences, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
CIIMAR/CIMAR— Interdisciplinary Center for Marine and Environmental Research, University of Porto, Matosinhos, Portugal

P49-Adsorption of emerging contaminants on soil at environmental relevant conditions: presence of microplastics and mixture of contaminants
Emel Topuz
Department of Environmental Engineering, Gebze Technical University, Kocaeli/Turkey

P50- Non-target simultaneous analysis of the chloro- and photodegradation products of sulfamethoxazole by LC-MS in positive and negative mode
Aina Queral-Beltran, Marc Marín-García, Sílvia Lacorte, Romà Tauler
Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC), Barcelona, Spain

P51- LC-HRMS-based metabolomics as a powerful approach to elucidate mechanisms of action of environmental chemicals from Doce River in brazilian fish embryos
Flávia Yamamoto, Carmen Bedia Girbés, Silvia Lacorte Bruguera, Denis Moledo de Souza Abessa, Romà Tauler
IDAEA-CSIC/UNESP-SP (BRAZIL)