The organisers of RAFA 2009 would like to thank all speakers, participants and exhibitors for their contributions to a very stimulating and fruitful conference.
|Prof. Dr. Jana Hajšlová (ICT Prague) || & || Prof. Dr. Michel Nielen (RIKILT, Wageningen)|
|Chairwoman of Symposium|| ||Co-chairman of Symposium|
RAFA 2009 in numbers
- 530 scientists participated
- 55 countries of 5 continents represented
- 57 lectures including 13 young scientists’ presented
- 440 posters presented
- 26 companies exhibited / sponsored the conference
- 4 media partners participated
- 10 vendor seminars and 2 satellite workshops organized
The IAEAC R.W. Frei Award for the best poster presented by a young scientist was given to Judith Kouassi-Nzoughet, Queens University of Belfast, U.K. The poster was entitled “PROTEOMIC IDENTIFICATION OF AZASPIRACID TOXIN BIOMARKERS IN BLUE MUSSELS”.
Poster Award sponsored by Agilent Technologies company was given to Salvador Maestre, University of Alicante, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Nutrition and Food Science, Alicante, Spain. The poster was entitled “A RAPID ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR THE COMBINED DETERMINATION OF VITAMINS AND METALS IN DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS”.
Poster Awards for young scientists sponsored by CAMO Software AS company were given to:
1st - Kamila Kalachova, Institute of Chemicat Technolgy, Prague, Czech Republic. The poster was entitled “OPTIMIZATION OF GC×GC-TOF/MS FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF PCBs, PBDEs AND PAHs IN FOOD SAMPLES”.
2nd - Marinela Dasenaki, University of Athens, Greece. The poster was entitled “MULTI-RESIDUE DETERMINATION OF SEVENTEEN SULFONAMIDES AND FIVE TETRACYCLINES IN FISH TISSUE USING A MULTI-STAGE LC-ESI-MS/MS APPROACH BASED ON ADVANCED MASS SPECTOMETRIC TECHNICS”.
3rd - Gaud Pinel, LABERCA, France. The poster was entitled “OMIC STRATEGIES TO SCREEN FOR THE ILLEGAL -AGONISTS IN CATTLE”.