ISIMS 2019 Monday July 29

7:30-8:15 Registration Open  
8:00 - 8:10 Welcome To ISIMS 2019  Wolfgang Vautz, ISIMS President
8:10 - 8:20 Welcome to Hannover / Germany  Stefan Zimmerman
8:20 - 8:30 Michael Bollan memorial Maggie Tam
8:30 - 8:40 ISIMS Constitution Changes Wolfgang Vautz, ISIMS President
8:40 - 8:50 ISIMS business - Call for nominations Hartwig Schmidt
Session 1  History & Air Monitoring Chair: Glenn Spangler
8:50-9:00 J.E.Lovelock 100th Birthday Tribute Jaroslaw Puton
9:00-9:25 The development of IMS in Germany  Helko Borsdorf
9:25-9:50 Field deployable universal vapor preconsentrator Leonid Y. Krasnobaev 

A versatile and compact reference gas generator for calibrator of

ion mobility spectrometers

Malcolm Cämmerer
 10:15-10:30 Break 
Session 2  Applications of IMS #1 Chair: Wolfgang Vautz
10:30-10:55 Is identifiction and qantification  a challenge for IMS applications? Lourdes Arce 
10:55-11:20 Digital sensory by GCxIMS for the authentication of food products Stefanie Sielemann 
11:20-11.45 Surveillance of bacteria growth using GC-IMS Carolin Drees 
11:45-13:00 Lunch
Session 3  Gas Phase Reaction & IMS Instrumentation #1 Chair: Lourdes Arce 

Selective and quantitative determination of TNT by tandem ion

mobility spectrometry through decompositon of interfering ions in a

reactive stage

Nativivad jurado-Campos 

Reactive tandem ion mobility spectrometry with electrid field

fragmentation of alcohols at ambient pressure

Hossein Shokri 
13:50-14:15 Combining fast gas chromatographic pre-separtion with an ultra-high sensitive dual polarity drift tube IMS Ansgar T. Kirk 
14:15-14:30 Break
Session 4  Applications of IMS #2 Chair: Stefanie  Sielemann
14:30-14:55 Coupling on-chip electrochromatography to ion mobility spectrometry Nora T. Hartner
14:55-15:20 Continuous quality control at hydrogen fuel stations using GC-IMS  Sascha Liedtke
15:20-15:45 Application of ISM detectors for studying the penetration of organic compounds through polymer membranes Jaroslaw Puton 
15:45-16:10 Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) monitoring of atmospheric discharges Štefan Matejčík




Wenjie Liu