Evropské fórum o extrahovatelných a vyluhovatelných látkách
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Migrace chemikálií a potenciálně škodlivých látek z obalových materiálů je pro lidské zdraví významným problémem. Platí to jak pro výrobce, tak i dodavatele v potravinářském, vodohospodářském nebo farmaceutickém průmyslu, výrobě zdravotnických prostředků a také pro regulační orgány odpovědné za bezpečnost a zdraví spotřebitelů.
Ve Waters Vám tak přinášíme unikátní příležitost, diskutovat o této problematice s předními odborníky a tématech jako jsou novinky ve vývoji a řešeních v oblasti analytické instrumentace a také o důležitosti spolehlivých referenčních standardů pro charakterizaci migrujících chemických látek z různých typů obalů.
Účastníci budou mít jedinečnou příležitost pro budování nové sítě kontaktů a vztahů, účastnit se panelové diskuse prezentující vědecké pohledy na novou MS instrumentaci, E&L knihovny a standardy.
Zaregistrujte se nyní na tuto virtuální událost a sdílejte znalosti a výzvy s kolegy a odborníky na E&L.
Odborný program | 27. leden 2022
14:00 Welcome and Introduction
- Falk-Thilo Ferse (Waters)
14:05 Extractables and Leachables/Contact Materials: The Invaluable Benefit of Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry Libraries
- Jens Jacobsen (Waters)
- Mike McCullagh (Waters)
14:35 Certified Reference Materials for E&L and Food Contact Materials
- Rudolf Köhling (Merck KGaA)
15:20 5 Min Break
Breakout Session: - Pharma -
15:25 SFC meets SEC for E&L: New possibilities with an unusual combination
- Mijo Stanic (Chromicent)
16:10 5 Min Break
16:15 Analysis of N-Nitrosamines by SFC-MS/MS and Investigation with a UPLC-TOF Platform for new N-Nitrosamines
- Sebastian Schmidtsdorff (Chromicent)
Breakout Session: - Medical Devices -
15:25 Analytical challenges in achieving chemical characterisation of medical devices
- Andrew Feilden (Hall Analytical)
16:10 5 Min Break
16:15 Medical Devices: Analytical Approaches for Establishing Biocompatibility and for Process Control
- Reto Luginbuehl (Blaser Swisslube)
Breakout Session: - Food Contact Material -
15:25 The Safety of Recycled Plastics as Food Contact Material
- Cristina Nerin (Zaragosa University)
16:10 5 Min Break
16:15 Migration and safety of bio-based materials for food packaging
- Fatima Poças (Portuguese Catholic University)
17:00 End of the event
Meet the Speakers
Dr. Falk-Thilo Ferse (European Business Development Manager, Chemical Materials, Waters Corporation, Germany)
Falk-Thilo Ferse has more than 15 years experience in the field of Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry. He had worked at Waters in several sales positions in Germany, before he became trainer in the field of UPLC®. In July 2014 he changed into the marketing and became a European Business Development Manager, where he still works to this day.
Dr. Jens Jacobsen (Waters Corporation, Switzerland)
Jens Jacobsen holds a PhD and a MSc in Environmental Chemistry and has more than 20 years of experience in chromatography and mass spectrometry, both from a user and a sales perspective. The last 10 years he has been at Waters focussing mainly on solutions for laboratories in the Food, Environmental and Industrial application area. A Special focus of Jens Jacobsen has always been E&L/Food Contact Materials and its complex analytical challenges. Jens Jacobsen works a sales specialist for Waters AG in Switzerland.
Dr. Rudolf Köhling (Sigma-Aldrich International GmbH (subsidiary of Merck), R&D, Mass Spectrometry Laboratory for Certified Reference Materials, Buchs SG, Switzerland)
Dr. Rudolf Köhling studied physical chemistry at the University of Dortmund. He graduated in biophysical chemistry on the research of structural and thermodynamic properties of proteins applying small-angle X-rax / neutron scattering (SAXS/SANS) techniques. After a postdoctoral period at the Institute for Technical Thermodynamics (ITT) of the University of Stuttgart about quantitative NMR analysis of reaction mixtures, he joined the Institute of Legal Medicine (University of Tübungen), where he was responsible for HPLC, LC-MS, HS-GC and GC-MS analysis. Since 2006 he works with the R&D department of Sigma-Aldrich Buchs (CH) – now Merck KGaA - on new products for LC-MS applications and certified reference materials. The laboratory is part of the ISO 17034 accreditation (Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry).
Mijo Stanic (Chromicent GmbH)
Mijo Stanic is Founder, General Manager and Technical Director at Chromicent GmbH in Berlin. He has more than 15 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and more than 10 years of experience in method development. He is an expert in method development for LC, SFC and Quality by Design.
Sebastian Schmidtsdorff (Chromicent GmbH)
Sebastian Schmidtsdorff graduated in 2015 as a pharmacist. He then joined a research fellowship in the Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis and Chemistry at the Free University of Berlin, Germany. In 2017, he moved to Chromicent GmbH in Berlin as a project leader with the main focus in analytical method development and the use of novel chromatographic and analytical techniques. His current topics are the analysis of nitrosamines in pharmaceuticals and excipients as well as the development of applications for the dissemination of SFC technology. Sebastian Schmidtsdorff is also lecturer in pharmacopoeial analysis the Free University of Berlin.
Dr. Andrew Feilden (European E&L Strategic Director at Hall Analytical)
Dr. Andrew Feilden is the European E&L Strategic Director at Hall Analytical. He joined Hall in November 2019. Where he is a technical expert in the field of E&L testing undertaking Commercial, Operational and technical thought leadership activities. He has presented on the field of extractables and leachables in over 16 countries world wide. He has written a number of papers and publications and is the inventor of 2 patents. He has a degree and Dr Phil from the university of York, is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and was a Scientific advisor to IPAC-RS and ex-cochair of ELSIE.
Dr. Reto Luginbuehl (Gloobal Head Service Laboratories, Blaser Swisslube)
Reto Luginbuehl studied and promoted in chemistry/biochemistry at the University of Bern before moving to Seattle and working at the University of Washington in the surface analysis of nano- and biomaterials. He joint RMS-Foundation in 2001 and worked for 15 years as head of chemistry and biology focusing on bone and cartilage substitute research. During this time, he was consultant on materials and biocompatibility assessment, and led a European network on device-associated infections.
In 2017, he joined Blaser Swisslube and now is head of the global service laboratories. In addition, he has been lecturing on (bio)materials at the University of Bern for 15 years.
Prof. Dr. Cristina Nerin (Professor at University of Zaragoza, Department of Analytical Chemistry)
Full Professor at the University of Zaragoza (Spain), PhD in Analytical Chemistry, Master in Science (Analytical Chemistry) and Degree in Chemistry at the University of Zaragoza (Spain). Director of the Research Group GUIA at the University of Zaragoza and Director of the Master in Environmental Engineering at the University of Zaragoza from 1990 to 2012. Author of more than 395 Scientific Publications included in the Citation Index, Director of 38 PhD Thesis (5 more are in process). Principal Investigator of more than 240 Research Projects in both Competitive calls and also R&D&I with Industry Inventor in six International Patents dealing with active packaging and in one International Patent on Intelligent Packaging. All of them are in exploitation (market). Six Research Awards received. Participant in more than 140 International Conferences and Professor of several International Courses n Europe, Asia and South-America.
Prof. Dr. Fatima Poças (Professor of Packaging at Biotechnology College the Portuguese Catholic University Porto)
BSc Chemical Engineering, MSc in Packaging, PhD in Biotechnology – Food Engineering and Science. Senior Researcher and Prof. (eq.) at Escola de Biotecnologia Universidade Católica Portuguesa at Porto. Coordination of the packaging laboratory since 1990 and Centre for Food Quality and Safety 2013. Development, coordination and teaching food packaging courses at undergraduate and master level since 1992. Works in the field of mass transfer processes applied to safety and quality of packaged food, in particular on chemical hazards and migration, safety of recycling of plastics and bio based materials. She integrated the team of several research projects national and European and led 4 national research projects. Represents Portugal in the European Network of Food Contact Materials Laboratories since 2004 and is member of different EFSA Working Groups since 2012.