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Preliminary programm IPSC-2019 (PDF)


Sunday 24th March

15:00 -18:00

Registration

18:00 - 18:30

Opening Ceremony

  • Hartwig Schulz (Chair IPSC-2019, JKI, Germany)
  • Frank Ordon (President JKI, Germany)
  • Karl Mühling (President DGQ, Germany)
  • András Gorzsás (Head ISPS, Umeå University, Sweden)

Ca. 18:30

Plenary lecture

Spectroscopy in plant-animal interactions: Looking at the natural world as a herbivore
William Foley

Ca. 20:00

Icebreaker

Monday 25th March

Session 1: NIR Spectroscopy / Imaging (AM)

01-01 - Plenary lecture
Hand-held vibrational spectrometers: state-of-the art instrumentation and novel applications
Heinz Siesler

01-02 - Invited lecture
Recent advances in vibrational spectroscopic imaging studies of medicinal plants
Christian Huck

01-03
Running a network of NIRS instruments for forages and other plant materials - Quality control
Peter Tillmann

01-04
Application of NIR technology to predict minor components in raw and processed potatoes
Inga Smit

01-05
Fluorescence ratiometry and NIR transmission in combination allow in-situ analysis of leaf apoplastic pH under controlled changes of leaf water content 
Hartmut Kaiser

01-06
Contribution of infrared spectroscopy to evaluate the variability of quality traits of the fresh and processed apples
Weije Lan

Lunch break / Lunch & Learn Bruker

Session 2: Hyperspectral Imaging (PM)

02-01 - Plenary lecture
Hyperspectral imaging in combination with chemometric data analysis - a powerful tool in the quality control of herbal medicines
Ilze Vermaak

02-02 - Invited lecture
Multiscale and multimodel spectral imaging for mapping cell wall polymers in plant organs
Marie-Françoise Devaux

02-03
Autofluorescence multispectral image analysis at the macroscopic scale for tracking wheat grain tissues: a novel approach for a more specific identification of wheat grain dietary fibre
Fabienne Guillon

02-04
Early detection of the grapevine disease Esca using hyperspectral sensors
Nele Bendel

02-05
Detection of anomalies in bulk materials using hyperspectral imaging
Julius Krause

02-06
Visual quality assessment of black cohosh using hyperspectral imging and chemometrics
Sidonie Tankeu

General meeting of DGQ members

Tuesday 26th March

Session 3: Raman Spectroscopy / Imaging (AM)

03-01 - Plenary lecture
Raman imaging of plant cell wall: where we stand and how to move forward
Notburga Gierlinger

03-02 - Invited lecture
Raman spectroscopy combined with AFR reveals complexity of carotenoid samples
Malgorzata Baranska

03-03
In-capsule quantitation of EPA and DHA by handheld Raman spectroscopy: fish oils to algal oils
Daniel P. Killeen

03-04
Lignin - I see you!
Peter Bock

03-05
Combined bioorthogonal labeling, Raman spectroscopy and fluorescence histochemistry provide detailed spatial information on lignification in plant cell walls
Anne-Sophie Blervacq

03-06
Chemical signature in xylem cell wall of Salix glauca L. due to Eurois occulta L. outbreaks
Lisbeth Thygesen

03-07
Raman spectroscopy shows adaption of pollen composition in Poa alpina
Sabrina Diehn

Lunch break / Lunch & Learn WITec GmbH

Session 4: FTIR Spectroscopy (PM)

04-01
Plant roots and FTIR ? analyzing species composition and root biomass in peat soil
Petra Straková

04-02
Vibrational spectroscopy of pollen as a tool for reconstructing solar-ultraviolet irradiance
Boris Zimmermann

04-03
MD Dating ? Dating of wood based on its molecular decay (MD) measured using FTIR spectroscopy
Franziska Reiter

04-04

Quantitative FTIR imaging displays the sucrose landscape within and along its allocation pathway
André Gündel

04-05
ATR-FTIR imaging reveals cell wall layer-specific chemotypes in poplar tension wood
Clément Cuello

04-06
Nano-FTIR Spectroscopy of in situ and extracted silica phytoliths
Victor Manuel Rodriguez

04-07
Understanding the formation of highly durable heartwood in Larch by use of Synchrotron infrared imaging and
multivariate resolution techniques
Sara Piqueras Solsona

Poster session

Wednesday 27th March

Session 5: Chemometrics and Remote sensing (AM)

05-01 - Plenary lecture
Multivariate analytical strategies for spectral data of plants
András Gorzsás

05-02 - Invited lecture
Experimental design considerations for developing spectroscopic calibration models of plant material
Claudia Beleites

05-03
Measurement uncertainty for NIRS measurements
Peter Tillmann

05-04
Identification and quantification of heartwood extractives of Norway spruce (Picea abies) and hybrid larch (Larix gmelinii x japonica) clones using GC-MS and MCR-ALS
Sophie Füchtner

05-05
Establishment of a field spectral library of agricultural crops in Germany for monitoring biophysical parameters at different spatial scales
Heike Gerighausen

05-06
Forest regeneration after fire in semi arid land in the north west of Algeria - analysis with remote sensing data
Ahmed Zegrar

Lunch break  / Lunch & Learn Agilent Technologies GmbH

Session 6: GC- / LC-MS profiling (PM)

06-01 - Plenary lecture
Cheminformatics tools to query metabolomics across species genotypes and metabolic modules
Oliver Fiehn

06-02 - Invited lecture Climate effects: changes in the tea metabolome
Albert Robbat

06-03
Metabolomics as tool to improve food quality
Roland Mumm

06-04
Oxylipidomics ? large scale determination of oxidized lipids using high res MS and MS/MS
David Riewe

06-05
Effect of volatile organic compounds and taste-related primary metabolites on sensory perception of tomato cultivars in organic low-input system
Cut Erika

06-06
Vast amount of metabolites determined by UPLC-MS from Scots pine roots associated bioactive endophytic fungi
Jenni Tienaho

Social dinner - boat tour on the river Spree
(Departure ca. 19:00)

Thursday 28th March

Session 7: NMR spectroscopy / MS imaging (AM)

07-01 - Plenary lecture
NMR in plant science - methods and selected examples
Bernd Schneider

07-02 - Invited lecture
An overview of NMR applications in metabolite profiling of small molecules for plant metabolism studies
Catherine Deborde

07-03
From Arnica montana to Taraxacum koksaghyz - NMR-based metabolite profiling supporting breeders
Roland Geyer

07-04 - Plenary lecture
MS Imaging in plant analysis
Ales  Svatos

11:40 - 12:30

Various remarks
 
DGQ price, poster prices, next IPSC, next DGQ meeting

12:30 - 13:00

Closing remarks
Hartwig Schulz

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