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2nd International Plant Spectroscopy Conference (IPSC) 2019

24.03.2019 - 28.03.2019
Location: Henry Ford Building of Freie Universität Berlin

Start: 24 March 2019 | 3 p.m.

End: 28 March 2019 | 1 p.m.

at Henry Ford Building of Freie Universität Berlin (see: Conference venue at website)

The conference aims to bring together internationally renowned spectroscopists and plant scientists. The meeting will gather scientists from fundamental to applied research and will highlight applications from academia to industry. New developments in various fields of spectroscopy and their application in plant sciences will be presented and discussed.

Registration and deadlines:

Registration is already open.

  • Deadline for abstract submission and early-bird registration/payment is October 31, 2018.
  • Deadline for regular registration is December 31, 2018 (late registration will cost additional processing fee)

Conference website:

All information at https://ipsc-2019.julius-kuehn.de

Titles of Plenary and Invited Lectures

  • "Miniaturization in vibrational spectroscopy: state-of-the-art instrumentation and novel applications" (Heinz Siesler)
  • "Raman imaging of plant cell wall: where do we stand and how to move forward"(Notburga Gierlinger)
  • "Raman microscopy combined with AFM to get a deeper insight into complex biological samples" (Malgorzata Baranska)
  • "Multivariate analytical strategies for spectral data of plants" (András Gorzsás)
  • "Experimental design considerations for developing spectroscopic calibrations of plant materials" (Claudia Beleites)
  • "Cheminformatics tools to query metabolomics across species, genotypes and metabolic modules" (Oliver Fiehn)
  • "NMR in plant science - methods and selected examples" (Bernd Schneider)
  • "An overview of NMR applications in metabolite profiling of small molecules for plant metabolism studies" (Catherine Deborde)
  • "Hyperspectral imaging in combination with chemometric data analysis - a powerful duo in the quality control of herbal medicines" (Ilze Vermaak)
  • "Recent advances in vibrational spectroscopic imaging studies of medicinal plants" (Christian Huck)