Most of the scientific contributions are in the form of poster presentations. Posters are the most-suitable format for discussing well-defined subjects in significant depth. They allow intensive discussion between scientists with shared interests.

Poster Sessions

There will be designated poster sessions, during which all presenters must be available to present and explain their work.

To underline the importance of poster presentation they will be judged by the scientific committee.

Accepted presentations will only appear in the final programme of the conference if the presenting author is registered for the meeting by 5 January 2017.

Poster Programme

BIO1 Polymerisation of Caseins on the Molecular Level – Comprehensive Investigation of Enzymatic Cross-linking
Raffaele Andrea Abbate, Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V., Germany

BIO2 Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography of Proteins
Eva Tyteca, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

BIO3 Design and Application of an Immobilized-enzyme Microfluidic Reactor for Rapid Online Digestion of Various Natural Macromolecules
Bert Wouters, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

BIO4 Chromatofocusing for Industrial Enzyme Proteoform Characterization
Maurien Olsthoorn, DSM Biotechnology Center, The Netherlands

BIO5 Characterization of the Glycoforms of hCG by Chromatographic and Electrophoretic Separation Techniques
Nathalie Delaunay, CNRS - ESPCI Paris, PSL Research University, France

BIO6 Analysis of Antibody Charge Variants by Isoelectric Chromatofocusing Coupled to Native Mass Spectrometry
Sanne Pot, VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

CHE1 UV-Analysis of Oligomeric and Cyclic Forms of Cyclohex-1,2-diylureas
Maria Fomitšenko, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

CHE2 Mineral Oil Analysis in Consumer Products: Relevance, Principles and Novel LC, SPE and GC-VUV Methods
Alan Rodrigo García Cicourel, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

CHE3 Tunable Supracolloidal Gluing across the Scales
Martin Geisler, Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V., Germany

FFF1 Characterization of Polyolefins Using Asymmetrical Flow Field-flow Fractionation with Multi-angle Light Scattering and Infrared Detection
T. Macko, Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability (LBF), Germany

FFF2 Use of Asymetrical Flow Field Flow Fractionation (A4F) for the Characterization of Glycosaminoglycan Mimetics Obtained from Marine Exopolysaccharides
Corinne Sinquin, IFREMER, France

FFF3 Multi-detector Thermal Field-Flow Fractionation (ThFFF) as a Characterization Technique for Complex Micelles and Larger Aggregates
Upenyu Lucky Muza, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

FFF4 Characterization of Beer Haze Using Asymmetrical Flow Field-Flow Fractionation (AF4)
Erwin Kaal, DSM Biotechnology Center, part of DSM Food specialties b.v., The Netherlands

FFF5 The Characterization of Exocellular Polysaccharides in Yoghurt Using Asymmetric field-flow Fractionation
Erwin Kaal, DSM Biotechnology Center, part of DSM Food specialties b.v., The Netherlands

FFF6 Field-Flow Fractionation Coupled with Multi-Angle Light Scattering and ICP-MS: Advanced Characterization of Proteins and Metal-containing Nanoparticles
Gerhard Heinzmann, Postnova Analytics GmbH, Germany

FFF7 Characterization of Polysiloxanes Using Asymmetrical Flow Field-Flow Fractionation Coupled with Multi-Angle Light Scattering
Mubasher A. Bashir, The Dow Chemical Company, Core R&D - Analytical Sciences, The Netherlands

MAS1 Sodiation of Sequence-Defined Polyurethanes in Electrospray to Simplify Reading of Messages Encoded in Long Chains
Salomé Poyer, Aix-Marseille Université – CNRS, France

MAS2 Study of Large Molecules Using On-Line Liquid Chromatography × Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
Marta P. B. Mourão, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

MAS3 Tandem Mass Spectrometry to Read Sequence-Defined Polyurethane Used as Molecular Barcodes in Anti-Counterfeiting Technology
Jean-Arthur Amalian, Aix-Marseille Université – CNRS, France

MAS4 Towards Automated Data Interpretation in Soft Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Polymers
Till Gruendling, BASF SE, Germany

MAS5 Simple, Rapid and Sensitive Analysis of Small and Macro-Molecules by SAWN-MS
Alina Astefanei, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

SAC1 Borate-mediated Stereoselective Alkylation of 1,4-β-Glucomannans
Qimeng Zhang, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

SAC2 Characterization of Natural Polymers for Cosmetic Applications
Zanelle Viktor, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

SAC3 Fractionation of Carboxymethyl-Oligoglucosides as Standards for CE-UV-Analysis of CM-Glucans
Franziska Sydow, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

SAC4 Determination of Mean Molar Masses of the Cellulose Population in Complex Cellulosic Samples for Correct Determination of Depolymerisation Rates in Paper Ageing Studies
Anne-Laurence Dupont, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Sorbonne Universités, France

SAC5 Fractionation of Methyl Cellulose According to the Degree of Substitution
Patrick Sudwischer, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

SAC6 Blockwise Structured Glucan Derivatives
Payam Hashemi, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

SAC7 Quantification of Oligosaccharides by HPTLC
Stefan Böhmdorfer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria

SEC1 Quantitative Analysis of Step-Growth Polymers by Size Exclusion Chromatography
Josef Brandt, Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V., Germany

SEC2 Measuring Copolymer Chemical Heterogeneity by Combining SEC with Offline Raman Spectroscopy
André Striegel, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA

SEC3 Light Scattering without Refractive Index Increment. A New Approach to Calibrate SEC-Light Scattering Setups
Wolfgang Radke, PSS Polymer Standards Service GmbH, Germany

SEC4 High Temperature Size Exclusion Chromatography with Quadruple Detection
Laura Plüschke, Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V., Germany

SEC5 Using Advanced Polymer Chromatography for Size Exclusion Separation of Polymeric Materials with Low Dispersion Compatible Detectors
Jennifer Gough, Waters Corporation, USA

SEC6 Understanding Aqueous SEC-MS Elution and Ionization Behavior of Biomacromolecules
Iro K. Ventouri, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

SEP1 STAMP-Separation Technology for A Million Peaks
Liana S. Roca, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

SEP2 Challenges in Characterization of Polyamides by means of Gradient Polymer Elution Chromatography (GPEC)
Nicolle Reumkens, DSM Resolve, The Netherlands

SEP3 Separation and Characterization of Vinylphosphonic Acid-based Block Copolymers with Capillary Electrophoresis
Michael Horgan, Western Sydney University, Australia

SEP4 On-line Pre-concentration and Separation of Polyelectrolytes by Branching Utilizing Transient Isotachophoresis Capillary Zone Electrophoresis in the Critical Conditions (tITP-CC-CZE)
Nathalie Delaunay, CNRS - ESPCI Paris, PSL Research University, France

Poster Board and Mounting

Poster boards are approx. 1,80 m high and 90 cm wide. Posters of Din A0-format (84cm x 119cm) (portrait mode) will fit perfectly.
Poster that exceed the size of the boards will not be permitted.

Technical equipment for the hanging of posters will be available, as well as assistance to help you mount your poster in the poster presentation area.

Each poster board will be labelled with the poster number. Make sure this number remains visible after mounting your poster.