Eurachem workshop 20th and 21st May 2019

“Validation of targeted and non-targeted methods of analysis”


Abstract book

Day 1

8:30 Registration and coffee
Struve Session 1
Session Chair: Ivo Leito
9:00-9:20 Welcome words from University of Tartu and Eurachem
Pres 1.1 /O1
Validation of targeted methods: where we are?
Lorens Sibbesen, LAB Quality, Denmark.
Pres 1.2/O2
Intro to non-targeted analysis and time trends as a prioritization strategy in non-target analysis
Jon Benskin, Stockholm University, Sweden
10:20-10:40 Coffee
10:40-11:10 Pres 1.3/O3 Detection of a multitude of (unknown) components in complex samples, criteria for identification
Georg Arju, Center of Food and Fermentation Technologies, Estonia
Pres 1.4/O4
Traceability and uncertainty of qualitative target and non-target analysis
Ricardo Bettencourt da Silva, FCUL-University of Lisbon, Portugal.
11:40-12:10 Flash presentations for posters
12:10-13:00 Lunch and exhibition
Struve Session 2
Session Chair: Anneli Kruve
13:00-13:30 Pres 2.1/O5 Validation of non-targeted methods in the food area.
Dr. Martin Alewijn, Wageningen University & Research – RIKILT, The Netherlands.
13:30-14:00 Pres 2.2/O6 Creating reliable data – a challenge for non-target screening
Prof. Juliane Hollender, Eawag, Switzerland
14:00-15:30 Working groups Day 1
 WG 1.1  Peterson Traceability and uncertainty for quantitative targeted and non-targeted analysis.
Chair: Bertil Magnusson, RISE (Research Institute of Sweden) and Trollboken AB, Sweden.
 WG 1.2    Baer Validation of a non-target method: a practical approach.
Chair: Anneli Kruve, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.
 WG 1.3  Struve Recent instrumental developments in targeted and non-targeted analysis.
Chair: Ivo Leito, University of Tartu, Estonia.
15:30 Coffee and poster sessions
16:00 Working group feedback
17:00 Closing Day 1
19:00 Workshop dinner in AHHAA science centre

Day 2

Struve Session 3 
Session chair: Mihkel Kaljurand
Pres 3.1/O7
The use of high resolution mass spectrometric dereplication as a chemical approach for fungal identification and classification
Mohamed Fathi Abdallah, Ghent University
8:50-9:20 Pres 3.2/O8 Quality control in LC-MS based metabolomics
Georgios Theodoridis, University of Thessaloniki, Greece
9:20-9:50 Pres 3.3/O9 Increasing coverage and throughput in metabolomics by chromatography
Gunda Köllensperger, University of Vienna, Austria
9:50-10:20 Pres 3.4/O10 Performance characteristics and other quality control parameters for non-target methods
Kapil Nichani/Bertrand Colson, QuoData GmbH, Germany
10:20-11:00 Coffee and poster sessions
11:00-12:30 Working groups Day 2
 W.2.1   Struve Technical solutions for validation automation/planning.
Chair: Koit Herodes, University of Tartu, Estonia
 W.2.2      Baer Tools for analytical quality control for non-targeted methods.
Chair: Bertrand Colson, QuoData GmbH, Germany
 W.2.3    Peterson Estimation and use of LoD and LoQ in targeted and non-targeted analysis.
Chair: Hanno Evard, University of Tartu, Estonia.
12:30-13:30 Lunch and exhibition
Struve Session 4
Session chair: Marina Patriarca
13:30-14:30 Working group feedback
14:30-15:00 Pres 4.1/O11 Reliable basis for disclosing Food Fraud
David Thompson, Keele University, United Kingdom
15:00-15:30 Pres 4.2/O12 HALOSEARCH: Searching for Unknown Halocarbons in the Atmosphere
Myriam Guillevic, Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
15:30-16:00 Pres 4.3/O13 Towards quantitative non-targeted analysis: the current status
Anneli Kruve, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.
16:00-16:15 Closing
16:15 Farewell cake and coffee