Kiel Network of Analytical Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry

Kiel Network of Analytical Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry

- From Methodological Basics to Applications in Life Sciences, Marine Sciences and Nanosciences -

Mass spectrometry (MS) and spectroscopy (e.g. NMR, ESR, …) have become major analytical techniques in almost all fields of science, ranging from life sciences, marine sciences, nano- and material-sciences, to environmental sciences.

The recently established cross-faculty Kiel Network of Analytical Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry aims to stimulate discussions amongst the main drivers of these technologies. Furthermore, we invite potential users of our technologies to stimulate novel developments in our field.

Main responsable groups:

Division of Systematic Proteome Research & Bioanalytics (Prof. Dr. Andreas Tholey)

Otto Diels Institute for Organic Chemistry - Spectroscopy (Prof. Dr. Frank Sönnichsen)

Division of Food Technology (Prof. Dr. Karin Schwarz)

Food Metabolomics and Proteomics Group (Max Rubner-Institute, Department of Safety and Quality of Milk and Fish Products)

 

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