Program and Abstracts - Monday August 8th



MONDAY, AUGUST 8, MORNING

8:00-9:00 Breakfast (provided) – Limestone City Ballroom

Plenary Session – Gibraltar Chair: Diane Beauchemin (ICASS Chair)

9:00 Conference opening. Diane Beauchemin

9:15 Gerhard Herzberg Award presentation. Diane Beauchemin, President of CSASS

9:20 (I019) ELECTROPHILIC NON-COVALENT INTERACTIONS STUDIED BY SOLID-STATE NMR SPECTROSCOPY. David L. Bryce, University of Ottawa, Canada.

10:00 Refreshment break sponsored by Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science and posters – Old Stones Room

10:40 Burgener Research Graduate Student Travel Award. Mirah Burgener on behalf of Burgener Research

10:45 (I110) THREE-DIMENSIONAL NANOSCALE MORPHOLOGY CHARACTERIZATION OF TERNARY ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS. Ting Yu, Wanting He, Ricardo Izquierdo, Dongling Ma. Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS-EMT), Canada

11:15 PerkinElmer Analytical Sciences and Spectroscopy Award presentation. Aaron Hineman on behalf of PerkinElmer

11:20
(I137) DETERMINING PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES WITH DIFFERENTIAL MOBILITY SPECTROMETRY. W. Scott Hopkins, University of Waterloo, Canada

12:00
Hot buffet lunch (provided) - Limestone City Ballroom

MONDAY, AUGUST 8, AFTERNOON


Forensic Analysis – British American
Organizer: Katie Moghadam Co-chairs: Margaret MacConnachie and Katie Moghadam

13:20 (I132) ADVANCING REPORTING OF SIGNIFICANCE FROM THE ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF GLASS EVIDENCE; A GLOBAL COLLABORATION. José Almirall, Florida International University, USA

14:00(I094) DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD FOR THE FORENSIC DISCRIMINATION OF SOLDER BY LASER INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY (LIBS). Katie Moghadam1, Diane Beauchemin1, and Claude Dalpé2 . 1Queen’s University, Canada; 2 Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canada.

14:20 (I013) DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHEMICAL SENSORS AND BIOSENSORS FOR FORENSIC APPLICATIONS. Sanela Martic, Trent University, Canada.

15:00 Refreshment break sponsored by Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science and exhibition opening – Limestone City Ballroom

15:40 (I120) NEW INSIGHTS INTO ESTIMATING THE TIME SINCE DEPOSITION OF BLOODSTAINED EVIDENCE USING APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY AND ELECTROCHEMISTRY. Theresa Stotesbury. Ontario Tech University, Canada.

16:20 (I034) TTRANSFER AND PERSISTENCE ANALYSIS OF GUNSHOT RESIDUE BY MP-AES AND ICP-MS. Deanna Haas1, Kiana Martin1, Matthew De Vries1, Shannon Accettone1, Sanela Martic1, David Ruddell2. 1Trent University, Canada, 3Centre of Forensic Sciences, Canada.

16:40 (I136) ) SEX DETERMINATION OF MUMMIES THROUGH MULTI-ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF HEAD HAIR. Margaret MacConnachie1, Sarah Lu1, Yangyang Wang1, Jocelyn Williams2, Diane Beauchemin1. 1Queen’s University, Canada; 2Trent University, Canada.

17:00 Poster session and Exhibition – Old Stones Room and Limestone City Ballroom

18:00 Refresh and walk to Crawford Wharf – 1 Brock St.

18:30 Boarding for sunset dinner cruise – ticket required

19:00-22:00 Sunset dinner cruise

Industrial Applications – Room 303
Organizer: Diane Beauchemin Co-Chairs: Yam Gotame and Yangyang Wang


13:40 (I140) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS SAVING UNIQUE 19TH CENTURY GLASS ARTIFACTS. Ela Bakowska, Corning Inc., USA.

14:20 (I055) DECISION RULES FOR MULTIANALYTE TESTS. Edgar F. Paski, Analytical Innovations, Canada

14:40 (I090) QUANTIFICATION OF KEY ELEMENTS IN LITHIUM BRINES BY ICP-OES. Marc-Andre Gagnon, Neli Drvodelic, Longbo Yang. Agilent Technologies, Canada.

15:00 Refreshment break sponsored by Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science and exhibition opening – Limestone City Ballroom

15:40 (I100) A METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ULTRA-TRACE RARE EARTH METALS IN REFRACTORY MATERIAL USING ETV-ICPOES. Sophia Kienast, Yanyang Wang, Diane Beauchemin. Queen’s University, Canada

16:00 (I113) PRECONCENTRATION OF NOBLE METALS ANALYZED BY INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRY WITH FLOW INJECTION ANALYSIS. Madison Langley, Michael Trolio, Diane Beauchemin. Queen’s University, Canada.

16:20 (I111)FERROFLUID BASED PRECONCENTRATION AND ULTRA-TRACE DETERMINATION OF POTENTIALLY TOXIC INORGANIC ARSENIC, CHROMIUM, AND SELENIUM IN ENVIRONMENTAL WATERS BY INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRY, Yam Gotame, Diane Beauchemin, Queen’s University, Canada.

16:40 End of session

17:00 Poster session and Exhibition – Old Stones Room and Limestone City Ballroom

18:00 Refresh and walk to Crawford Wharf – 1 Brock St.

18:30 Boarding for sunset dinner cruise – ticket required

19:00-22:00 Sunset dinner cruise

NMR I – Room 204
Organizer: Gang Wu Chair: Chris Kirby

13:20 (I128) NANODISCS BASED BIOLOGICAL NMR STUDIES. (Rams) Ayyalusamy Ramamoorthy, University of Michigan, USA.

14:20 (I133) EXPLORING CONFORMATIONAL DYNAMICS OF BIOLOGICAL SUPRAMOLECULAR MACHINES USING METHYL-TROSY NMR SPECTROSCOPY. Rui Huang, University of Guelph, Canada.

15:00 Refreshment break sponsored by Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science and exhibition opening – Limestone City Ballroom

15:40 (I129) OXYGEN-17 LABELING AND OXYGEN EXCHANGE KINETICS IN D-FRUCTOSE COMPOUNDS. Zhonghao Yu and Gang Wu, Queen’s University, Canada.

16:00(I044) SELENIUM-77 AND TELLURIUM-125 SOLID-STATE NMR AND X-RAY DIFFRACTION STUDY OF CHALCOGEN-BONDED 3,4-DICYANO-1,2,5-CHALCOGENODIAZOLE COCRYSTALS AND POLYMORPHS. Tamali Nag, Jeffrey S. Ovens, and David L. Bryce, University of Ottawa, Canada.

16:20 (I127) OXYGEN-17 NMR STUDIES OF PROTEINS: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES. Gang Wu, Queen’s University, Canada.

17:00 Poster session and Exhibition – Old Stones Room and Limestone City Ballroom

18:00Refresh and walk to Crawford Wharf – 1 Brock St.

18:30 Boarding for sunset dinner cruise – ticket required

19:00-22:00 Sunset dinner cruise


Separations and Mass Spectrometry I: Pharmaceutical / Clinical – Gibraltar
Organizers: Richard Oleschuk and Karen Waldron Chair: Karen Waldron

13:40 (I029) MASS SPECTROMETRY ANALYSIS OF BREAST CANCER-DERIVED EXOSOMES REVEALS DISEASE-SPECIFIC PHOSPHORYLATED ENZYMES. Maxim Berezovski, Zoran Minic, Nico Huttmann, Suttinee Poolsup, Yingxi Li, Vanessa Susevski, Emil Zaripov. University of Ottawa, Canada.

14:20 (I084) HYPERSPECTRAL VISUALIZATION BASED REAL-TIME MICROBIAL MASS SPECTROMETRY IMAGING. Jian Yu, Haidy Metwally, Jennifer Kolwich, Hailey A. Tomm, Avena C. Ross, Richard D. Oleschuk. Queen’s University, Canada.

14:40 (I070) MONITORING UPTAKE OF BINDING-MEDIATED PROTEIN CORONA BY LIVING CELLS USING ICP-MS. Jinjun Wu, Hanyong Peng, X. Chris Le, Hongquan Zhang. University of Alberta, Canada.

15:00 Refreshment break sponsored by Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science and exhibition opening – Limestone City Ballroom

15:40 (I139) TRANSIENT INCOMPLETE SEPARATION OF SPECIES WITH CLOSE DIFFUSIVITY TO STUDY STABILITY OF AFFINITY COMPLEXES. Tong Ye Wang,a Jean-Luc Rukundo,a An T.H. Le,a Nikita A. Ivanov,a C. Yves Le Blanc,b Boris I. Gorin,c and Sergey Krylova, aYork University; bSCIEX,; cEurofins CDMO Alphora, Canada.

16:20 End of session

17:00 Poster session and Exhibition – Old Stones Room and Limestone City Ballroom

18:00 Refresh and walk to Crawford Wharf – 1 Brock St.

18:30 Boarding for sunset dinner cruise – ticket required

19:00-22:00 Sunset dinner cruise