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

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

Encarna Moyano, University of Barcelona
Ion mobility-mass spectrometry in the field of environmental and food analysis

Juan F Garcia-Reyes, University of Jaen
Unravelling the profile of phenolic compounds from virgin olive oil using different LC-HRMS approaches

Mike Thurman, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, US
Electrons Lead and Protons Follow–Accurate Mass and MS-MS Fragmentation of Small Molecules with Quantum Mechanical Considerations


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

Juliane Hollender, EAWAG, Switzerland
Nontarget screening of persistent and mobile pollutants in groundwater

Roma Tauler, IDAEA-CSIC
ROIMCR chemometrics for HRMS environmental applications


Advanced Wastewater Based Epidemiology (WBE) for  public health

Diana Aga, Buffalo, NY, US,
Pharmaceutical Monitoring Paired with RNA Detection in Wastewater for Early-Warning of Community Viral Outbreaks
(Sponsored by PSPIW)

Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern, University of Bath, UK
Wastewater Based Epidemiology and One Health

Montserrat Carrascal, Biological and Environmental Proteomics, l (IIBB-CSIC/IDIBAPS), Barcelona
Environmental proteomics in wastewater-based epidemiology (EP-WBE). Determination of large biomolecules as biomarkers of population health and activities


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

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


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

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

Imma Ferrer, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, US
Emerging contaminants in surface water after wildfire events–Identification by LC/Q-TOF-MS

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

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