Tutorials

 

Free Tutorials (open to all who are registered as full industry/government, academic, one-day, or student conferees, first-come seating)


The tutorial track is part of the educational mission of HPLC 2018. Experts are asked to give presentations on a topic with more background than might be found in a typical 20-minute talk. The goal is to make the topic more accessible to those less expert in the area. In some cases, discussion and other interactive activities may be used. (Open to all who are registered as full industry/government, academic, one-day, or student conferees, first-come seating.) 

  • Monday, July 30 (Location: Madison Room) Session 2D Tutorial on Molecular Characterization of Biotherapeutic Proteins: Concepts and Challenges for Separation Science and Mass Spectrometry, presented by Christian Huber, University of Salzburg, Austria
  • Monday, July 30 (Location: Madison Room) Session 3D Tutorial on Analytical Challenges in the Development and Implementation of Continuous Manufacturing Processes, presented by Todd Maloney, Eli Lilly and Company, USA
  • Monday, July 30 (Location: Madison Room) Session 4D Tutorial on Chiral Separations, presented by Christopher J. Welch, Indiana Consortium for Analytical Science and Engineering, USA
  • Monday, July 30 (Location: Madison Room) Session 5D Tutorial on Prospects of Monolithic Columns for LC in the Era of sub 2-Micrometer Particles, presented by Frantisek Svec, Charles University, Czech Republic
  • Tuesday, July 31 (Location: Madison Room) Session 6D Tutorial on Capillary Electrophoresis Coupled with Mass Spectrometry for the Analysis of Biomolecules and Biopharmaceuticals, presented by David D.Y. Chen, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Tuesday, July 31 (Location: Madison Room) Session 7D Tutorial on Designing Efficient Workflows to Support an HPLC Procedural Lifecycle, presented by Robert Hartman, Merck, USA
  • Tuesday, July 31 (Location: Madison Room) Session 8D Tutorial on Preparing Your Manuscript and Publishing It from an Editor's Perspective, presented by Jonathan Sweedler, University of Illinois, USA
  • Tuesday, July 31 (Location: Madison Room) Session 9D Tutorial on Modeling Peptide Separations in Proteomics Era: HPLC (RP, HILIC, SCX) and CZE, presented by Oleg Krokhin, University of Manitoba, Canada
  • Wednesday, August 1 (Location: Madison Room) Session 10D Tutorial on Striking the Right Balance between Preparative RP-HPLC and Supercritical Fluid Chromatography to Support Drug Discovery, presented by Mengling Wong, Genentech, USA
  • Wednesday, August 1 (Location: Madison Room) Session 11D Tutorial on 3D Printing in the Separation Science, presented by Simone Dimartino, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Wednesday, August 1 (Location: Madison Room) Session 12D Tutorial on Current Supercritical Fluid Chromatography, presented by Lucie Novakova, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Wednesday, August 1 (Location: Madison Room) Session 13D Tutorial on Development of HPLC Methods for the Release and Characterization Testing of Antibody-Drug Conjugates, presented by Michael Fleming, Immunogen, USA