Oral Presentations January 23, 2017 Poster Presentations April 26, 2017 - EXTENDED Late-Breaking Posters June 1, 2017
(Please note that the late-breaking posters will not be included in any symposium proceedings.)
Abstracts of posters submitted after March 6, 2017 can be edited until April 26, 2017.
After submission deadlines, all abstracts will be automatically considered as the final version.
Abstracts received via fax, e-mail or received after the deadline will not be considered for the program.
Abstracts are to be submitted under one of the following scientific topics, categorized within four parallel program tracks. Authors have to select the preferred and alternative scientific topics for their abstract.
Program Track FUN (Fundamentals)
Characterization of HPLC stationary phases - In memory of Jack Kirkland
Mechanisms of mass transport phenomena
Stationary phases based on inorganic supports
Supercritical fluid chromatography
Novel high-efficient separation media
Separation techniques for ionic compounds
Separation mechanisms and structural effects
Organic polymer monolithic and particular materials
Thermodynamics and separation mechanisms in LC
Advances in stationary phases
Data analysis, validation and chemometrics
Ultra-high resolution separations
Program Track HYP (Hyphenations)
Ion mobility in LC/MS
Ion suppression and matrix-effects in separation – MS
Separation – high-resolution MS
Multidimensional chromatography and MS coupling
Electrodriven separations – MS
Nanofluidic and microfluidic separations – MS
LC/MS in lipidomics
Supercritical fluid chromatography – MS
Biomarker discovery in metabolomics
MS based omics
MALDI in LC coupling and MS imaging
Quantitation in LC/MS
MS applications from inorganics to pharmaceuticals
High-throughput, data processing and bioinformatics
Program Track APP (Applications & Instrumentation)
Forensics, doping and toxicology
Sample preparation and automation
Glycomics and glycoproteomics - Celebrating Miloš Novotný 75th birthday
Recent advances in (bio)pharmaceuticals I.
Recent advances in (bio)pharmaceuticals II.
Program Track YOU (Young and Tutorials)
Metabolomics and lipidomics
Chiral and achiral stationary phases
Ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry
SFC and SFC/MS
Scientific Writing & Publishing
Ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography
All abstracts will be reviewed by the HPLC 2017 Scientific Committee, who will consider its formal aspects and scientific content. The committee will decide which abstracts will be accepted and may reconsider the final presentation type.
All corresponding authors will receive an acceptance/rejection notification via e-mail.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstracts. Please have your abstract checked for correct spelling, punctuation, grammar and formal structure. Authors are fully responsible for the abstract content. The organizer reserves the right to edit abstracts prior to publication if necessary.
All oral presenting authors are obliged to register by March 20, 2017. Any author with oral presentation not registered by this date will be withdrawn from the program.
The number of submitted abstracts per one submitter (presenting author) is limited to two abstracts only. Once you finish the submission, the system will not allow you to submit any additional abstract, except for invited abstracts submitted as a short course or tutorial. You may be co-authors of other abstracts but not the presenting author
Authors, who submit abstracts for a short course or tutorial may also submit another abstract for oral or poster presentation (tutorials and short courses are to be submitted through a separate submission for confirmed invited lectures, which is to be provided to all authors involved via e-mail).
All abstracts must be written in English.
A preferred presentation type has to be selected during the submission from the following options:
- Oral Presentation Only
- Oral or Poster Presentation
- Poster Presentation Only
The abstract title is limited by 180 characters and must be submitted using the sentence case (e.g. This is the title of my abstract).
Up to 12 authors can be added for one abstract (including the presenting author). Please note that the submitter is considered to be the presenting author; co-authors are to be added within the submission and their order may be easily changed at any time.
The first name listed is considered to be the main author.
Please bear in mind the maximum number of words when typing the abstract text. The limit is set to 400 words and cannot be exceeded. Please try to avoid any complicated formatting as plain text will be copied in.