Lectures and laboratory training are scheduled daily from 9.00 to 18.00 with one-hour lunch break from 13.00-14.00.

 

MONDAY, 3 JULY 2017

Morning lectures: Sample preparation methods

-General classification of sample preparation methods

-Types of samples and approaches to process them

-Criteria for choosing the right sample preparation method

-General principles used in sample preparation methods

Afternoon lectures: Solid-phase based extraction

-Theoretical principles

-Common and “new” solid sorbents

-Solid-phase-based extraction methods on the spot:

Solid-phase extraction (SPE),

Dispersive SPE (QuEChERS)

Stir-bar sorptive extraction (SBSE)

Magnetic solid-phase extraction

 

TUESDAY, 4 JULY 2017

Morning lectures: Solid-phase microextraction

-Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) on the spot

-Method development

-Calibration

-Coupling strategies to GC, LC and MS

-Automation

-Future directions

Seminar presented by Merck on QuEChERS (12.15-13.00):

Removal of Lipid Interferences Using Zirconia-Based Solid Phase Extraction and QuEChERS Sorbents (Dr. F. Michel)

Afternoon laboratory training: Solid-phase based extraction

-SPE applications in environmental samples

-QuEChERS applications in food samples

 

WEDNESDAY, 5 JULY 2017

Morning laboratory training: Solid-phase based (micro)extraction

-SBSE applications in environmental samples

-SPME applications in food and bioanalytical samples

Afternoon lectures: Liquid-phase based (micro)extraction

-Theoretical principles

-Common and “new” liquid acceptor phases

-Liquid-phase extraction methods on the spot

Supercritical Fluid extraction (SFE)

Accelerated solvent extraction (ASE)

Microwave-assisted extraction

Ultrasound extraction

Single drop microextraction (SDME)

Liquid-liquid microextraction (LLME)

Dispersive LLME (DLLME)

 

THURSDAY, 6 JULY 2017

Morning lectures: Liquid-phase based microextraction

-Liquid membrane techniques on the spot

Membrane-based LPME

Electromembrane extraction (EME)

-Method development

-Calibration and coupling strategies to GC, LC and MS

-Automation

-Future directions

Afternoon laboratory training: Liquid-phase based microextraction

SDME, Vortex- and ultrasound-assisted LLME, Ionic liquids LLME (including magnetic), DLLME, EME applications in pharmaceutical, cosmetics and environmental samples