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Eurachem workshop - Validation of targeted and non-targeted methods of analysis

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General information - Validation of Non-targeted methods

EURACHEM Logo 30th 235x80The main topic of the workshop is validation of analytical methods – both non-targeted, where the question is more general such as determination of any organic contaminant in matrix y and targeted, where the issue is clearly defined as such as determination of x in matrix y. In addition to the presentations, participants will be given ample opportunity to discuss these subjects in detail and exchange experiences in a number of working group sessions.

Workshop information

Date: 20th - 21st May 2019
Venue: Dorpat conference centre,Tartu, estonia
Website: https://eurachem2019.akki.ut.ee/
First circular: Download the first circular (pdf, 150kb)
Second circular: Download the second circular (pdf, 300kb)

Programme

DAY 1 - Monday 20th May 2019

Note: Day 1 is World Metrology Day!

Session 1  
09:00-12:00
  • Validation of targeted methods: where are we?
  • Introduction to non-targeted analysis and time trends as a prioritization strategy in non-target analysis
  • Detection of a multitude of (unknown) components in complex samples and criteria for identification
  • Traceability and uncertainty of qualitative target and non-target analysis
12:00 - 13:00
  • Flash presentations of the posters
   
Session 2
13:00 - 14:00
  • Validation of non-targeted methods in the food area.
  • Creating reliable data. A challenge for validation of non-targeted methods.
Working group sessions (parallel)
13:30 -15:30
  • Traceability and uncertainty for quantitative targeted and non-targeted analysis.
  • Validation of a non-target method: a practical approach.
  • Estimation and use of LoD and LoQ in targeted and non-targeted analysis
15:30-17:00 Poster session
17:00 Working group feedback

 

DAY 2 - Tuesday 21st May 2019

Session 3
8:30 -10:20
  • Young scientist presentation
  • Quality control in LC-MS based metabolomics.
  • Increasing coverage and throughput in metabolomics by chromatography.
  • Dealing with the huge amounts of data from Non-targeted Methods
Working group sessions (Parallel)
11:00 – 12:30
  • Technical solutions for validation automation/planning.
  • Tools for analytical quality control for nontargeted methods.
  • Validation training: where are we now?
Session 4
13:30
  • Working group sessions feedback
14:00-16:00
  • Reliable basis for disclosing Food Fraud.
  • Towards quantitative non-targeted analysis: the current status
16:00 Workshop close