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Welcome to the 67th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

June 2 - 6, 2019  |  Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA

Short Courses June 1 and 2 

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Richardson-01Vice President for Programs

Susan Richardson
University of South Carolina

Join us in Atlanta for ASMS 2019. Atlanta's airport is one of the busiest in the world and will allow most attendees to fly in non-stop. Outstanding speakers are already lined up to book-end our diverse set of parallel sessions and evening workshops. Hospitality suites will be nearby at the Omni CNN Center. The conference will conclude with another remarkable closing event scheduled for the Georgia Aquarium on Thursday evening (please buy your ticket for the closing event in advance through online registration.) 

Important Dates

January 15

Graduate and Undergraduate Conference Travel Award application deadline

February 1

Abstract submission deadline

Student (volunteer) stipend application deadline 

Mid-March

Abstract notifications sent via email from no-reply@asms.org

April 15

Conference Program goes live via online planner

April 30

Advance conference and short course registration deadline (don't forget to buy your ticket for the closing event at the Georgia Aquarium!)

Atlanta Highlights

Plenary Lectures

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Opening Plenary: Mark Z. Jacobson (Stanford University)

Transitioning the World Energy for All Purposes to Stable Electricity Powered by 100% Wind, Water, and Sunlight

lilly-dangelo_optClosing Plenary: Lilly D'Angelo (Global Food & Beverage Technology Associates)

Chemistry of Food and Soft Drinks

Tutorial Lectures on Sunday

Data Independent Acquistion - Birgit Schilliing (Buck Institute)

Lipidomics - Gavin Reid (University of Melbourne)

Native Mass Spectrometry - Michal Sharon (Weizmann Institute)

Targeted Imaging - Enrico Davoli (Mario Negri Institute)

 

Closing Event at the Georgia Aquarium

Thursday, June 6, 6:30 - 10:00 pm. Advance ticket purchase required ($40). Buy your ticket via online registration. Join us for this private event at the aquarium. Ticket includes dinner buffet and full aquarium access.
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Conference Regulations (Policies)

Please review these policies which are intended to assure the comfort and privacy of all conference participants. 

Name badge is required for all conference sessions, including the Poster/Exhibit Hall (Career Center), and off site events (hospitality suites).

No smoking is permitted in the convention center.

All devices must be silenced and screens darkened in oral sessions.

No photography or recording is allowed in oral sessions or in the poster/exhibit Hall.

Parents. Planned conference sessions and hospitality suites may not be appropriate for children. Please respect the interests of your colleagues by allowing them to attend activities without disruption and without concern for the safety of children. Strollers, child backpack carriers or similar devices for child transport are prohibited in the Poster/Exhibit Hall and hospitality suites.

Material presented or displayed at the ASMS Conference, including but not limited to orals, posters, workshops, exhibit booths and hospitality suites, isthe intellectual property of the presenter and may not be recorded, photographed, quoted, disseminated or transmitted by summary in any form without express written authority of the author.

The placement of advertising in the meeting area is prohibited. There are poster boards and tables in the Poster/Exhibit Hall for approved announcements.

Hardware, accessories or any items for sale may be displayed only in corporate exhibit booths and hospitality suites.

Designated publisher tables in the conference registration area are for the display of books and journals and must be reserved in advance.

There are tables in the registration area for authors who wish to display their books. Authors may use a table to promote their books, sign copies, and speak with members. Table space must be reserved at conference registration.

No organized activities (even off-site) other than those approved by ASMS are allowed during the conference week (5:00 pm on Sunday through 6:00 pm on Thursday).

Corporate hospitality suites may be used during the daytime hours of 8:00 am – 8:00 pm for one-on-one and small group meetings (no more than 25 persons per organization) by appointment only (no walk-ins). No music, programs, seminars, or refreshments may be included in these private, business meetings.

Corporate or institutional logos on slides or posters may appear only one time in the presentation.