Confirmed speakers


David Chen - University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry for top-down analysis of large proteins

Frantisek Foret - Academy of Sciences, Brno, Czech Republic

Instrumentation and Applications of Epitachophoresis 

Sergey Krylov - New-York University, Toronto, Canada

Accurate Constant via Transient Incomplete Fast Separation (ACTIFS): Approach for Finding Accurate Kd of a Protein-Drug ComplexV

Peter A. Willis - University of California, Pasadena, USA

Separating Life from Non-Life on Ocean Worlds


Patrice Castignolles - Western Sydney University, Australia

Tackling the high dimensionality of polyelectrolytes and polysaccharides using free solution capillary electrophoresis (critical conditions)

Doo Soo Chung Institute Seoul National University - SNU - Department of Chemistry - South Korea

Metabolomics Liquid extraction surface analysis coupled with capillary electrophoresis

Pavel Dubsky - Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic

The flourish landscape of capillary zone electrophoresis and electrokinetic chromatography: from mathematical roots to everyday practice.

Ziad El Rassi - Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA

Design of precursor monolithic columns and their post polymerization modifications with various ligands for use in liquid phase separation techniques”.  

Guillaume Erny - University of Porto, Portugal

Open source hardware in chemical analysis : Tools or toys?

Alberto Escarpa - Universidad de Alcalá, Spain

Nanomaterials based electrochemical detectors in microfluidics for (bio) analytical applications

Marianne Fillet - University of Liege, Belgium

Evaluation and comparison of different separation techniques coupled to ion-mobility mass spectrometry for the deciphering of molecular networks.

Ana M. García-Campaña - University of Granada, Spain

Capillary electromigration methods: a real alternative in food safety?

Carlos D Garcia - Clemson University, South Carolina, USA

Simplicity, as the key for analytical methodologies

Bohuslav Gas - Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Electromigration in micro and nanoscale

Javier Hernández Borges  - University of la Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

The challenge of plastic migrants analysis using nanomaterials

Vaclav Kasicka - Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

Capillary electrophoresis employed for study of noncovalent (bio)molecular interactions

Jörg Kutter - University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Thiol-ene based microfluidic devices for pharmaceutical applications

Blanca H. Lapizco-Encinas - Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Particle separation and assessment with electric fields

Christian Neusuess - Aalen University, Germany

CE-CE-MS: Possibilities and Perspectives

Jesper Østergaard - University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Taylor dispertsion analysis in biomedical analysis : sizing, interaction studies and quantification of biopharmaceuticals

Koji Otsuka - Kyoto University, Japan

Unique microscale separations using specific interactions

Marja-Liisa Riekkola - University of Helsinki - Finland

Molecular Interactions – key to successful biomolecule isolations

Carolina Simó - Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL), Madrid, Spain

Metabolomics, a key technology in the emerging field of gut microbiota

Govert W. Somsen -  Vrije University of Amsterdam, The Nederlands

Alliances Probing protein conformation with CE and MS

Hanno Stutz - University of Salzburg, Austria

Alliances of different CE and CE-MS approaches for the PTM characterization of allergens

Myriam Taverna - University of Paris Sud, France

Capillary Electrophoresis , an efficient technique for Drug Screening related to protein agregation diseases

Hermann Wätzig - Technical University, Braunschweig, Germany

Winning with the ACE - Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis for precise binding assays