Food Analysis Applications Seminar

Food Analysis Applications Seminar

Foodstuffs provide nutrition for people and animals. They contain nutrients that supply the necessary energy and enable functions essential to life.

Numerous laws and regulations exist to guarantee the safety and quality of foodstuffs. Analytics has become an indispensable tool for monitoring food, commodities and stimulants. And the demands on analytics and analysts are constantly increasing.

Shimadzu and Merck would like to invite you to a one-day user seminar that will introduce a wide range of new applications, as well as tips and tricks for implementing them in food laboratories.

The training seminar is aimed at all analysts involved in the monitoring and analysis of foodstuffs – from contract laboratories to food producers’ on-site laboratories.

In addition to a comprehensive lecture programme, there will be plenty of time for analysts to converse and network. The precise dates, locations and details of the programme, as well as a link to the registration process, will be released shortly (can be found below).

We would be delighted to see you in Basel.

Date: 18.09.2018

Location: Radisson Blu Hotel, Steinentorstrasse 25, 4001 Basel


09:00 h

Registration and Coffee – Start of the Seminar at 09:30 h

09:30 h

Welcome and short Presentation of Shimadzu and Merck

09:50 h

Implementation of ICP-MS in an Official Food Control Laboratory: Practical Aspects and Applications.

Ngoc-Huy Ho, Service de la consommation et des affaires vétérinaires (SCAV), GE

10:15 h

Fast, efficient and cost effective Chromatographic solutions for the Food & Beverage industry from Merck

Dr. Egidijus Machtejevas, Merck

10:40 h

Suitable quality of purified water in the analytical Lab of Food and Beverages

Yvonne Thiel, Merck

10:50 h

Coffee break and Exhibition

11:20 h

Analysis of Phospholipids and Fat-Soluble Vitamins using Supercritical Fluid Chromatography SFC-MS/MS

Dr. Jana Rykl, Shimadzu Schweiz GmbH

11:45 h

Quality Assurance for water determination with Karl Fischer titration in food, beverages and raw materials – with practical tips for reproducible and reliable results

Bettina Straub-Jubb, Merck

12:10 h

Lunch break and Exhibition

13:10 h

Sample preparation for fatty & complex food matrices, providing higher efficiency and more reliable results

Klaus Buckendahl, Merck/Sigma-Aldrich Chemie GmbH

13:35 h

MOSH/MOAH Analytics 2.0 – LCGC-Coupling and Comprehensive GCMS for the Analysis of Mineral Oil in Food and Food Packaging

Andrea Walzl (BSc MSc), University of Technology, Graz

14:00 h

Coffee break and Exhibition

14:30 h

Filtration and Particle-Monitoring in the F&B Lab & Sample Preparation for instrumental Analytics

Uwe Wagner, Merck

14:55 h

Sum Parameter TOC – Cleaning Validation in the Food Industry

Markus Janssen, Shimadzu Europa GmbH

15:20 h

Final discussion, feedback and Certificates of Participation

15:30 h

Optional: Demonstration of Instruments

16:15 h

End of Seminar

Subject to alterations.

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