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  • Title: FACSS
    Descriptive info: .. FACSS.. History.. AWARDS.. FACSS Distinguished Service Award.. FACSS Student Award and Tomas A.. Hirschfeld Scholar Award.. FACSS Poster Award.. FACSS Innovation Awards.. FACSS Charles Mann Award for Applied Raman Spectroscopy.. Anachem Award.. SAS Lester W.. Strock Award.. Applied Spectroscopy William F.. Meggers Award.. Ellis R.. Lippincott Award.. William G.. Fateley Student Award.. Coblentz Society Craver Award.. ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Award for Distinguished Service.. SAS Student Poster Awards.. AES Mid Career Award.. Join FACSS.. Sponsorships.. Partnerships.. Becoming a Member Organization.. Member Organizations.. American Chemical Society - Analytical Division.. AES Electrophoresis Society.. Anachem.. American Society for Mass Spectrometry.. Coblentz Society.. Council for Near Infrared Spectroscopy.. The Infrared and Raman Discussion Group.. International Society of Automation - Analysis Division.. The North American Society for Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy.. Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical Division.. Society for  ...   of ideas at the forefront of analytical sciences.. The objective of FACSS is to provide an international forum in which representatives of academic, industrial, and government institutions, from diverse scientific disciplines, can participate and cooperate in an effort to confront the challenges of complex analytical problems and share their knowledge.. The Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) is a non-profit organization which is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the United States IRS tax code.. American Chemical Society's Analytical division.. Find out more.. ANACHEM.. Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy Group (IRDG).. The North American Society for Laser-Induced.. Breakdown Spectroscopy.. The Spectroscopical Society of Japan (SPSJ).. Linkedin.. Facebook.. Twitter.. 2011 FACSS Analytical Science and Innovation (505) 820-1653 The Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies.. is an exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code..

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  • Title: History
    Descriptive info: FACSS History.. In 1972 several Societies came together to form the Federation of Analytical Chemistry Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS).. A copy of the.. original incorporation document can be accessed here.. These Societies became founding member organizations of FACSS and combined their regional meetings into a US national meeting focused on advancing analytical chemistry and the allied sciences.. The statement of object of FACSS as written in FACSS s bylaws is.. The object of this corporation shall be to disseminate technical information dealing with the applied, pure, or natural sciences.. To this end the corporation shall:.. Organize meetings, with papers presented in the fields of Analytical Chemistry and allied fields, conforming to the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, Section 501 (C) (3) 1954, and as may be amended (hereinafter referred to as IRC 501C3).. Present workshops, tutorial sessions, technical instrumentation exhibitions and short courses on topics of current scientific interest.. The original statement of policy of FACSS notes.. FACSS is designed to be a cooperative of existing nonprofit scientific and educational organizations that are concerned with the development of chemical analysis by bringing together all facets of analytical problem solving.. The expressed intent of FACSS is to bring  ...   forty years FACSS has evolved but has maintained five critical objectives to realize the Federation s goals; these are,.. Education and Training.. Advance Knowledge.. Advance Technology.. Social and Professional Peer Networking.. Promote / Enable Interests of its Member Organizations.. A copy of the current bylaws of FACSS can be accessed here:.. Bylaws PDF.. From FACSS s first meeting in Atlantic City in 1974 until the present, FACSS has promoted scientific exchange, promoted education, and highlighted technological advancement.. Beginning with that very first meeting, the FACSS meeting has carried the designation as the National Meeting of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS).. The 38th meeting of FACSS, held in Reno, NV, in 2011 corresponded to the 50th National Meeting of SAS.. In 2011, at the 38th FACSS meeting, FACSS announced that future north American meetings of FACSS would be branded as SciX – the Great SCIentific eXchange.. More information on the background behind this rebranding can be found on the.. History page.. of the SciX website.. The 2012 meeting in Kansas City was the first meeting to carry the SciX conference name.. Information on the current SciX conference can be found on the SciX Conference website.. www.. scixconference.. org..

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  • Title: AWARDS
    Descriptive info: Awards.. Many different awards have been presented at FACSS's meeting and continue to be presented at the SciX conference.. These awards can be separated in two broad categories, the awards presented by FACSS, the federation, and awards of the member organizations presented at FACSS / SciX meetings.. Click on each link to find out more about each award.. FACSS Awards.. FACSS Distinguished Service Awards.. FACSS Student Tomas Hirschfeld Scholar Student Awards.. FACSS / SciX Student Poster Awards.. Awards of the Member Organizations:.. These awards are presented by the member organizations of FACSS to outstanding scientists in analytical chemistry and spectroscopy at meetings presented by FACSS.. Awards symposia are organized at those meeting to highlight the awardee’s contributions to science.. More information on the awards is given in the links below.. The.. ANACHEM Award.. is presented annually by ANACHEM to an outstanding analytical chemist based on activities in teaching, research, administration or other activity which has advanced  ...   by the New England Section of the Society of Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) in recognition of a selected publication of substantive research in/or application of analytical atomic spectrochemistry in the fields of earth science, life sciences, or stellar and cosmic sciences.. Craver Award.. is given by the Coblentz Society to recognize young individuals who have made significant contributions in applied analytical vibrational spectroscopy.. - SAS organizes a special poster session for SAS student members during SciX.. - The William G.. Fateley Student Award is given by the Coblentz Society annually at SciX or another suitable location to recognize outstanding contributions to vibrational spectroscopy during a current Ph.. D.. program.. The inaugural award was present in 2010 in Raleigh, NC at FACSS’s annual meeting.. ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Award.. ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Analytical Chemistry Sponsored by Waters.. Joseph A.. Black Award presented by the Royal Society of Chemistry..

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  • Title: FACSS Distinguished Service Award
    Descriptive info: The FACSS Governing Board presents a Distinguished Service Award to an individual who has demonstrated exceptional, long-term service to the FACSS organization.. Typically, that person will have served with excellence in many different capacities and will have contributed to the continuing success of FACSS through consistent dedication and sacrifice.. A candidate for the Distinguished Service Award must be nominated via a written petition, which enumerates the candidate's major contributions.. The petition must be signed by at least four delegates, each representing a different member organization of FACSS.. The signed petition must be submitted to the executive committee at least 30 days before the Governing Board meeting held at Pittcon in order to be considered and presented at SciX.. A Distinguished Service Award will be awarded to the candidate if the Governing Board approved the petition by a majority vote.. 2013 RECIPIENTS.. Mark A.. Hayes.. Dr.. Hayes holds an Associate Professorship in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Arizona State University, where he serves as an active researcher, mentor, teacher and colleague.. His academic career has produced significant results across several disciplines within the analytical and physical chemistry community that includes aspects of engineering, physics, biology and medicine.. While contributing to the knowledge base, Mark has energetically and creatively supported the wider profession at local, regional, national and international levels.. He initially worked in private industry at a ‘mom pop’ analytical laboratory and at J W Scientific capillary gas chromatography column manufacturer (now part of Agilent) after earning his undergraduate degree at Humboldt State University (California).. He then entered graduate school at Penn State University and studied under Professor Andrew G.. Ewing, developing electroosmotic flow control mechanisms by an applied orthogonal field to refine the separations in small diameter capillaries and helped develop a time-of-flight mass spectrometer aimed at improving sensitivity allowing compatibility to  ...   them with research funds and prestigious fellowships (NSF, Kirkbright, ACS, Fulbright, FLAS and local awards).. Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) has been a valuable vehicle for him to serve the larger community as Program Chair (2003), Governing Board Chair (2005), Long Range Planning Chair (2009-2010) and Marketing Chair (2009-2013), along with presenting research talks, organizing sessions, and serving as section chair numerous times.. He was instrumental in altering the management structure, changing the name of the North American meeting to SciX Conference, establishing a new development culture, and recruiting the AES Electrophoresis Society to join FACSS.. Cynthia M.. Lilly.. Cindi has been a conference planner at Scientific Association Management in Santa Fe, New Mexico for twenty-one years, since 1992.. She has managed conferences for the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies since their 1997 conference in Providence, Rhode Island, working with a host of volunteer board members.. Cindi’s FACSS conference sites have included Austin, Detroit, Kansas City, Memphis, Orlando, Portland OR, Reno, Quebec City, Vancouver, and other sites throughout North America.. Her work for FACSS includes association management, conference program planning and administration, board and delegate liasion, and other services.. Cindi grew up in eastern Pennsylvania and holds a B.. A.. from Boston University.. Relocating from New Hampshire to Santa Fe in 1992, Cindi is the mother of three daughters, one granddaughter, and another granddaughter due in August 2013.. Her activities in Santa Fe include service with CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for abused children and the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico.. Past Recipients.. Year.. Name.. 2012.. O Karmie Galle and Bruce Chase.. 2011.. Patricia B.. Coleman and Jon W.. Carnahan.. 2010.. Scott McGeorge and Alexander Scheeline.. 2009.. Paul Bourassa and Mike Carrabba.. 2003.. Jeanette Grasselli Brown.. 2001.. David Coleman.. 1994.. L.. Felix Schneider.. 1993.. Edward Brame and Syd Fleming..

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  • Title: FACSS Student Award and Tomas A. Hirschfeld Scholar Award
    Descriptive info: FACSS encourages the participation of students at the SciX conference with its award program.. To apply,.. click here.. The FACSS Student and Tomas A.. Hirschfeld Scholar student awards are presented to outstanding graduate students who wish to attend SciX and present their work at the SciX conference.. These awards require submission of an application at the SciX conference website.. The FACSS Student award was formalized as a permanent standing award at the FACSS meeting in the fall of 1987.. The award had existed prior to this meeting but until 1987 was funded based on yearly approval from the Governing Board.. The Hirschfeld Scholar Student award was found in 1987 based on a written proposal submitted by Professor Alex Scheerline.. The minutes of the March 1987 meeting record that "FACSS shall support an annual award program, as the result of which, up to four graduate students will be designated as Hirschfeld Scholars, with preference for diverse research specialties among the students.. ".. Award.. Awardees.. 2013.. FACSS Student Award.. Larry Gibson,.. University of Notre Dame.. Tomas Hirschfeld Scholar Awards.. Gloria Sheynkman,.. University of Wisconsin-Madison.. Bai Nie,.. Michigan State University.. Ali Khumaeni,.. University of Fukui, Japan.. Nathaniel Gomer,.. University of South Carolina.. Rohith Reddy,.. University of Illinois.. Yun Zhang,.. Ohio University.. Tomas Hirschfeld Scholar  ...   New Orleans.. Brandon T.. Ruotolo,.. Texas A M University.. 2002.. James H.. Barnes IV,.. Christian Pellerin,.. University Laval.. Heather Peters,.. Wake Forest University.. Michael Doescher,.. 2000.. Christopher D.. Zangmeister,.. University of Arizona.. Dimitri Pappas,.. University of Florida.. 1999.. Renee JiJi,.. Sara L.. McIntosh,.. 1998.. 1997.. Bryan C.. Castle,.. Darren Dunphy,.. Radislav Potyrailo,.. 1996.. Christine M.. Ingersoll,.. State University of New York at Buffalo.. Paul Edmiston,.. Steven R.. Emory,.. Dana M.. Spence,.. 1995.. David E.. Cliffel,.. University of Texas at Austin.. Curtis D.. Cleven,.. Robert J.. Willicut,.. Louisiana State University.. Jeremy M.. Shaver,.. Diana S.. West,.. Wright State University.. Jeanette K.. Rice,.. W.. Russell Everett,.. University of Arkansas.. Michael Ruberto, Seton Hall University.. Ray Bakhtiar,.. North Dakota State University.. Sheryl Ann Tucker,.. University of North Texas.. 1992.. Evelyn Guizhen Su,.. University of Connecticut.. Vasilis Gregoriou,.. Patrick A.. Limbach,.. Ohio State University.. Jeff Mazzeo,.. Northeastern University.. 1991.. Rebecca M.. Dittmar, Duke University.. Scott E.. Van Bramer,.. University of Colorado.. Marilyn O’Grady,.. Virginia Polytechnic Institute.. Chris G.. Gill,.. University of British Columbia.. 1990.. Richard L.. Irwin,.. Paul Shiundu,.. 1989.. Patrick J.. Treado,.. University of Michiga.. n.. Renato Zenobi,.. Mingda Wang,.. 1988.. George Yefchak,.. James T.. Cronin,.. University of Delaware.. Sue E.. Zhu,.. Villanova University.. 1987.. Jonathan V.. Sweedler,.. Brad Tenge,.. University of Washington.. Peter Wentzell,..

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  • Title: FACSS Poster Award
    Descriptive info: FACSS Awards poster prizes to students during the SciX Conference poster session Monday through Thursday.. 2013 FACSS Student Poster Award Recipients.. Monitoring the Uniformity of α-Helices in Lipophilic Environments.. ;.. Anahita Zare.. ; University of Missouri-Columbia.. Manipulation of Mitochondria by Insulator-based Dielectrophoresis.. ;.. Jinghui Luo.. , Arizona State University.. Oscillator Strength Measurements in Lanthanides and Transition Metals using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy;.. Russell Putnam.. ; University of Windsor.. Absolute Number Densities of Helium Metastable Atoms in Helium-Based Discharges Used as Ambient Desorption/Ionization Sources;.. Charlotte Reininger.. , Brigham Young University.. Application of Band Target Entropy Minimization Technique to Extract Eutectic Features from Raman Spectra;.. Md Anik Alam.. , Duquesne University.. Time Resolved Raman Spectroscopy for Depth Analysis of Multi-Layered Mineral Samples [1].. Jain-Hein Hooijschuur.. , Vrije University.. An Examination of Matrix Effects of Carbon and Iron Mixtures in LIBS Spectra, Experimental and Numerical Approaches;.. Leon Taleh.. , Delaware State University.. Integrating Second Harmonic Generation and Two-Photon Ultraviolet Fluorescence into an X-ray Diffraction Beamline for Protein Crystal Centering.. Christopher Dettmar.. , Purdue University.. Effects of Local Environmental on UV-VIS Spectra of Zinc Porphyrins: Protein Solvent.. Hannah E.. Wagie.. , University of Wisconsin-Madison.. Limits of Detection from the Viewpoint of Statistical Hypothesis Testing;.. Kaylee R.. McDonald.. , University of South Carolina.. Monitoring DNA Binding to a Yellow Fluorescent Hepatitis C Virus NS3 Helicase Fusion Protein using FRET;.. Shady Girgis.. , University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.. ToF-SIMS as a Tool for Probing Lipid Saturation in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia Cells Treated with  ...   Bioanalytical Chemistry, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.. Analysis of Free Fractions for Drug Enantiomers by Multi-Dimensional High Performance Affinity Chromatography using Ultrafast Extraction Combined with a Chiral Stationary Phase.. Xiwei Zheng.. , Chemistry Department, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.. Photon Trapping Spectroscopy: Design, Fabrication, and Testing of an Automated System of Real-Time Monitoring.. Ryan Schmeling.. , University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.. Analysis of Laser-Induced Aerosols in LA-ICP-MS: Role of Wavelength in Elemental Fractionation.. Peter deVietien.. , Center for Materials under Extreme Environment, School of Nuclear Engineering, Purdue University.. Density and Temperature Evolution of nano- and femtosecond Laser Ablation Plumes in Vacuum and Ambient Air Environment.. Justin R.. Freeman.. Crystal Structure and Thermal Behavior of Polyglycolide Studied by Vibrational Spectroscopy, Wide Angle X-ray Diffraction, and Quantum Chemical Calculation.. Mai Miyada.. , Kwansei Gakuin University.. Surface-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) of Ricin B Chain in Whole Human Blood.. Antonio Campos;.. University of Minnesota.. Determination of the SERS Enhancement Factors using Solvent as an Internal Reference.. Fathima Ameer.. , Mississippi State University.. Evaluating Plasmonic Substrates by Improved Surface Plasmon Penetration Depth Calculations and Extended vis-NIR Wavelength Range.. Laurel Kegel.. , University of Delaware.. Silver Nanoparticle and Ion Toxicity in Saltwater Alga Skeletonema Costatum.. Nicole Hanks.. ; University of Cincinnati.. External Electric Field Effect on the Infrared Spectra of Ferroelectric Vinylidene Fluoride/Trifluoroethylene Copolymer Thin Films.. Kenji Takashima.. , Waseda University.. Separation of the Heat-Based Degradation Products of Oxytocin by Capillary Electrophoresis.. Jessica Creamer.. , University of Kansas and Keene State College..

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  • Title: FACSS Innovation Awards
    Descriptive info: FACSS INNOVATION AWARDS.. 2012 FACSS Innovation Award Press Release.. Paper receiving 2012 Innovation Award.. The FACSS Innovations Awards were founded in 2011 as part of the 2011 FACSS meeting at the suggestion of Prof.. Pavel Matousek (Program Chair) and approved by the FACSS Governing Board.. These awards are currently given for the most innovative and outstanding new research advancements debuted orally at the SciX Conference.. All program areas are included.. Only research findings presented for the first time in the public domain qualify for entry (work based on submitted papers not yet published electronically or in print at the time of abstract submission qualifies too).. Only papers submitted by their authors during the SciX conference paper submission process will be considered for these awards.. Finalists are selected for presentations by a panel of judges and all finalist present their work at a special plenary session at the SciX conference.. Award winners are selected by the judging panel based on the quality of the work presented, responses provided to the judges' questions after the plenary presentation, and responses to audience questions.. Each award includes:.. A total cash prize of $1500.. A plaque for each author.. A publicity campaign based on the awardees and their work.. 2013 INNOVATION  ...   mid-IR Fibre Optic Probe for Spectroscopy of Particles in Suspensions;.. Cosima Koch, Markus Brandstetter, Stefan Radel, Bernhard Lendl; Vienna University of Technology, Austria.. Interview with Koch and Lend.. l.. Large-Area Standoff Planetary Raman Measurements Using a Novel Spatial Heterodyne Fourier Transform Raman Spectrometer;.. S.. Michael Angel1, Nathaniel R.. Gomer1, Shiv K.. Sharma2, J.. Chance Carter3; 1University of South Carolina, 2University of Hawaii, 3Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.. Interview with Angel.. Single Molecule Fluorescence Imaging Studies of Dynamic Processes in Reversed Phase Chromatographic Materials;.. Justin Cooper, Eric Peterson, Joel Harris, University of Utah.. Interview with Cooper.. Laser Ablation Molecular Isotopic Spectrometry - New Dimension of LIBS ;.. Alexander Bol'shakov.. , Richard Russo.. , Xianglei Mao.. , Dale Perry.. , Osman Sorkhabi.. , Chris McKay.. 3.. Applied Spectra, Inc.. , Fremont, CA,.. LBNL, Berkeley, CA,.. NASA-Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.. Interview with Bol'shakov.. All attendees are eligible for the award irrespective of educational level or professional vocation, and authors opt-in to be considered for the award simply by marking a single check-box during abstract submission.. However, the FACSS Innovation Awards are limited to the newest, cutting-edge, unpublished research results.. Authors should carefully read the list of conditions attendant to this award to make certain the work is eligible..

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  • Title: FACSS Charles Mann Award for Applied Raman Spectroscopy
    Descriptive info: Charles Mann Award for Applied Raman Spectroscopy.. The Charles Mann Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated advancement(s) at a conference presented by FACSS in the field of applied Raman Spectroscopy and/or demonstrated dedication to the advancement of the Raman spectroscopy program at a conference presented by FACSS and/or the ASTM Raman subcommittee.. The Charles Mann award for Applied Raman spectroscopy was instituted by FACSS in 2002 following the untimely death of Professor Charles (Charlie) Mann.. Professor Mann was a well-known and long-standing member of the faculty of Florida State University (FSU).. Professor Mann and his faculty colleague, Professor Tom Vickers, contributed significantly to the development of analytical Raman spectroscopy via publications, participation at numerous meetings including the annual FACSS meeting, and participation in the ASTM sub-committee on Raman spectroscopy E13.. 08.. Professor Mann’s research areas covered from the fundamental including data analysis (chemometrics and databases), quantitative Raman, and instrumental understanding to the applied, polymers, inorganics, etc.. Nomination Process.. Nominations for the award are formally made by any members of the Selection Committee, past committee members or by nominations received by FACSS through the FACSS International Office.. Nominations should be solicited from those familiar with the art by the committee and by FACSS.. At minimum a call for nomination should be placed on the Mann award webpage associated with the SciX conference.. There are no formal rules on who can be  ...   of Jena, Germany and the Institute of Photonic Technology also in Jena.. He obtained his Diploma and Ph.. degree from the University of Würzburg, working on instrumental developments for Raman spectroscopy.. As a post-doc he worked on non-linear and time-resolved laser spectroscopy at the University of Tokyo and KAST, in Kawasaki.. During his habilitation at the ETH Zurich, he came into contact with near-field optical techniques and was among the first to combine this high spatial resolution technique with Raman spectroscopy.. A major breakthrough was the development of tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS), a combination of scanning probe microscopy with plasmonic probes.. This technique brings together the sensitivity of surface enhanced Raman scattering and the high lateral resolution of near-field optics consequently provides a tool to investigate phenomena much beyond the diffraction limit of conventional optics.. Since then his goal is to push the lateral resolution of Raman spectroscopy into smaller and smaller dimensions.. In particular his interest is to apply the resolution capabilities of TERS towards nanoscale studies of bio molecules and recently to the investigation of fundamental dynamic processes of surface reactions.. For an interview with Volker Deckert, click.. Mann Award Podcast.. Charles Mann Award Winners.. Don Pivonka -.. Interview with Pivonka.. Professor Howell G.. M.. Edwards.. Professor Richard L.. McCreery.. Professor Pavel Matousek.. Ian R.. Lewis.. Neil Everall.. Professor Michael Morris.. D.. Bruce Chase.. Michael M.. Carrabba.. Michael J.. Pelletier.. Fran Adar..

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  • Title: Anachem Award
    Descriptive info: The ANACHEM Award was established in 1953 and is presented annually to an outstanding analytical chemist based on activities in teaching, research, administration or other activity which has advanced the art and science of the field.. The Award was presented as a part of the Anachem Conference through 1972.. After 1972, the ANACHEM Award has been presented at the national meeting presented by FACSS as a part of a special symposium comprising a group of invited speakers.. The ANACHEM award will be presented at the SciX meeting.. More details on the award are available from ANACHEM.. 2013 ANACHEM Awardee.. Norman Dovichi.. holds the Grace-Rupley Professorship in the department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame.. He received his BSc with a dual major in Chemistry and Mathematics from Northern Illinois University and his PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah, where he was Joel Harris’s first PhD student.. He spent two years at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory with Dick Keller.. Since then he has held faculty positions at the Universities of Wyoming, Alberta, and Washington before taking his current position at Notre Dame.. Dovichi has graduated 57 PhD students, has published over 250 papers, holds seven US patents, and has given over 350 invited talks.. He has served on the editorial advisory boards of 16 journals and now serves as Associate Editor for.. Analytical Chemistry.. He holds an honorary professorship with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.. Research Interests.. Dovichi has primarily focused his research on the use of capillary electrophoresis and ultrasensitive laser-induced fluorescence for analysis of minute amounts of biological molecules.. In the 1980s, he  ...   zeptomole amounts of peptides and for characterization of the protein content of single cells.. This group has developed diagonal capillary electrophoresis, which has the potential to be a powerful tool in identification of phosphorylated peptides with no interference from other components within the sample.. Finally, the group has also developed on-column digestion systems that allow analysis of picogram amounts of protein homogenates.. Nominations.. Nominations for the future ANACHEM awards should be submitted to the current president of the ANACHEM organizaitons.. Contacts details can be found on the ANACHEM website.. ANACHEM Award Winners.. Peter R.. Griffiths -.. Interview with Griffiths.. Robert B.. 'Chip' Cody.. Marc D.. Porter.. E.. Neil Lewis.. Scott A.. McLuckey.. Isiah Warner.. Richard D.. Sacks.. Mary J.. Wirth.. Walter Jennings.. Catherine Fenselau.. Chuck Sweeley.. R.. Sam Houk.. Steve Stein.. Lloyd Snyder.. Michael Morris.. James Jorgenson.. George G.. Stafford.. Caruso.. Richard Nyquist.. Milos V.. Novotny.. Ben S.. Freiser.. Janet Osteryoung.. Harry L.. Pardue.. Walter Slavin.. Howard Malmstadt.. 1986.. Henry Freiser.. 1985.. Fred M.. McLafferty.. 1984.. Gary Hieftje.. 1983.. Roger Bates.. 1982.. James Shoolery.. 1981.. Walter McCrone.. 1980.. James D.. Winefordner.. 1979.. J.. J.. Kirkland.. 1978.. Jeanette Grasselli.. 1977.. Richard Hahn.. 1976.. John Vandenbelt.. 1975.. David F.. Boltz.. 1974.. John Mitchell, Jr.. 1973.. Rosalyn Yallow.. 1972.. Charles Reilly.. 1971.. Velmer Fassel.. 1970.. Vernon Stenger.. 1969.. Sidney Siggia.. 1968.. Eugene Sawicki.. 1967.. Ralph G.. Smith.. 1966.. Harvey Kiehl.. 1965.. John Hague.. 1964.. Lawrence Hallett.. 1963.. A.. Benedetti-Pichler.. 1962.. Paul K.. Winter.. 1961.. I.. M.. Kolthoff.. 1960.. Harry A.. Bright.. 1959.. G.. Frederick Smith.. 1958.. Charles Gambrill.. 1957.. Philip J.. Elving.. 1956.. William Fredrick.. 1955.. No Awardee.. 1954.. G.. Mellon.. 1953.. Hobart H.. Willard..

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  • Title: SAS Lester W. Strock Award
    Descriptive info: The Lester W.. Strock Award is given by the New England Section of the Society of Applied Spectroscopy in recognition of a selected publication of substantive research in/or application of analytical atomic spectrochemistry in the fields of earth science, life sciences, or stellar and cosmic sciences.. More details on the award are available from the Society for Applied Spectroscopy.. Richard E.. Russo.. , Ph.. Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory President CEO, Applied Spectra, Inc.. Russo is the founder and scientific director of the laser spectroscopy and materials group Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.. His group pioneered the understanding development of nanosecond and femtosecond pulsed laser ablation for chemical analysis 30 year contribution to fundamental and applied research.. He is co-inventor of the nanowire and developer of a real-time standoff laser ultrasonic sensor (R D100 2006).. He inventor of a process for nano-texturing (ITEX process) thin-films, lead-inventor assisted pulsed laser deposition (IBAD) process.. Most recently, his Berkeley research the assistance of Applied Spectra staff demonstrated and patented the use of laser plasmas real-time measurement of isotopes.. The new technology named LAMIS (Laser Molecular Isotopic Spectroscopy) won a 2012 R D100 Award, FACSS/SCiX Innovation and Spectrochimica Acta paper of the year  ...   they are world laser ablation chemical analysis using LIBS and Laser Ablation with ICP-OES and Company core expertise is research, development and manufacture of laser ablation analysis instrumentation.. ASI LIBS and Laser Ablation instruments are utilized in national international markets, including academia, national laboratories, industry, energy, environmental and security applications.. The company continues to advance laser ablation chemical based on an expert in-house research team that provides superior analytical instrumentation applications (methods) development.. Strock Award Winners.. Ralph E.. Sturgeon -.. Interview with Sturgeon.. David W.. Hahn.. Kay Niemax.. Nico Omenetto.. Annemie Bogaerts.. Detlef Günther.. Paul Farnsworth.. Richard Russo.. Ramon Barnes.. Julian Tyson.. John Olesik.. Max Diem.. Sandford Asher.. Therese M.. Cotton.. Richard A.. Keller.. Michael D.. Morris.. Richard F.. Browner, Guangxuan Zhu.. Willard W.. Harrison.. Hieftje.. Bonner Denton.. Edward S.. Yeung.. Gary Horlick, Martha A.. Vaughn, S.. H.. Tan.. Thomas C.. O'Haver.. Richard Sacks, J.. Goldberg, R.. Collins, S.. Y.. Suh.. Robert S.. Houck, Velmer A.. Fassell, Gerald D.. Flesch, Harry J.. Svec, Alan L.. Gray, Charles E.. Taylor.. C.. R.. Blakley, M.. L.. Vestal.. Gary M.. Hieftje, Stanley B.. Smith, Jr.. Barber, R.. S.. Bardoli, R.. Sedgwick, A.. N.. Tyler.. Charles Wilkins.. David M.. Hercules.. John P.. Walters..

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  • Title: Applied Spectroscopy William F. Meggers Award
    Descriptive info: APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY WILLIAM F.. MEGGERS AWARD.. This award is given to the author(s) of the outstanding paper appearing in Applied Spectroscopy.. Drs Eleanor Bonnist, Peter Caspers, Jean-Philippe Gorce, Chris Marriott, Paul, Pudney, Gerwin Puppels, Scott Singleton and Martin van der Wolf have been awarded the 2013 Meggers Award for their paper published in the journal Applied Spectroscopy entitled: ".. A New in Vivo Raman Probe for Enhanced Applicability to the Body.. "; Volume 66, Issue 8, (August 2012), pp.. 882-891.. Eleanor Bonnist.. studied chemistry at Imperial College London and received her PhD at Edinburgh University in the Anita Jones group working with fluorescence spectroscopy.. She joined Unilever R D Colworth Laboratory in 2008 and works with Raman spectroscopy to investigate how FMCG products interact with consumers.. Peter Caspers,.. Ph.. studied applied physics at the University of Twente.. From 1997-2003 he did his Ph.. research at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where he pioneered the technology and application of in vivo characterization of human skin based on confocal Raman microspectroscopy.. From 2003-2012 he shared the university affiliation with River Diagnostics where he contributed to making the technology of Raman skin analysis commercially available.. Currently he works for both the Erasmus MC and RiverD International to continue his work on research, development, and commercialization of biomedical applications of Raman spectroscopy.. Dr Jean-Philippe Gorce.. obtained his PhD in 2000 from Sheffield Hallam University (UK).. His doctoral research was focused on the study of the crystallisation of n-alkane chains by vibrational spectroscopy.. Dr JP Gorce joined the University of Surrey (UK) later that year as an ICI Research Fellow examining water filled microstructures in a range of materials (skin, cement, wood and coatings) using magnetic resonance imaging.. In 2003, he joined the University of Sheffield (UK) as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate applying magnetic resonance relaxometry to the study of cement matrices used for the encapsulation of nuclear wastes.. In 2006, Dr JP Gorce joined the Measurement Science unit of Unilever (Colworth Laboratory, UK) where, under the supervision of Dr Paul Pudney, he examined the diffusion of key chemicals into the human skin in-vivo.. Since 2007, he has been a Higher Scientist at the Health and Safety Laboratory, an agency of the Health and Safety Executive (UK) where he is developing measurement protocols based on x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy for the assessment of occupational exposure to hazardous substances.. Chris Marriott.. I am a design and manufacturing engineer having worked at Unilever R D Colworth U.. K.. for over 40 years.. During this time I have gained expertise in 3D CAD modelling, welding and adhesives and introduced CADCAM to the in-house manufacturing facility.. I have been very fortunate to have worked on projects for many of Unilever’s business interests including:- animal feeds, meat, fish, vegetables ( fresh and frozen ), oils and fats, ice cream, beverages, oral, hair, skin, cosmetics, sensors and background science.. There have been many varied, interesting and challenging projects that have involved the design of process equipment through construction to commissioning in the U.. Europe, America and West Africa.. But probably the most enjoyable work has been to help talented scientists at Colworth achieve their desired aims through an accurate interpretation of their requirements and then to design and build working solutions that fulfils their requirements.. The work has often been of a novel nature leading to many patents over the years.. I have been author/ co-author of many papers during this time including the presentation of a paper entitled ‘The influence of product liability on the selection of materials for the construction of machines in the food industry’, at an international conference in London.. Paul Pudney.. has a BSc in chemistry from Liverpool University and obtained a PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of East Anglia ‘Spectroscopic studies of adsorbates on metal single crystal surfaces’ under supervision of Prof Michael Chesters.. After post doctoral studies at the Leverhulme Centre for Innovative Catalysis and the Interdisciplinary Research centre in Surface Science at Liverpool university he worked at the synchrotron at Daresbury before joining Unilever in 1994.. Paul is now a science leader in vibrational spectroscopy at unilever discover.. He has applied spectroscopy in a number of innovative ways to gain further understanding of both consumer products and their behaviour when they interact with our consumers.. Examples include quantifying the complex microstructures of soft solid materials by confocal Raman spectroscopy such as foods and behaviour of molecules in ice using IR.. He helped develop a novel in-situ Triboligical Raman instrument to help understand lubrication in a Soft Elasto-Hydrodynamic Contact.. He has developed in-vivo Raman spectroscopic capability to measure and understand the delivery of actives to and their effect on  ...   Second-Harmonic Generation/Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging and Nanoscale Limit of Detectio.. Cutler, David M.. Haaland, Paul J.. Gemperlin.. Systematic Methodthe Kinetic Modeling of Temporally Resolved Hyperspectral Microscope Images of Fluorescently Labeled Cells.. Christian Pellerin, Yongri Liang, Damien Mauran, Robert E.. Prud'homme.. A New Methods for the Time-Resolved Analysis of Structure and Orientation: Polarization Modulated Infrared Structural Absorbance Spectroscopy.. Taka-aki Ishibashi and Toshiki Maeda.. Infrared-Ultraviolet Sum,-Frequency Generation Spectrometer with a Wide Tunability of the Ultraviolet Probe.. Ryan D.. Pensack, Bozena B.. Michniak, David J.. Moore, Richard Mendelsohn.. Infrared Kinetic/Structural Studies of Barrier Reformation in Intack Stratum Corneum following Thermal Perturbation.. Pavel Matousek, Ian Clark, Edward Draper, Michael Morris, Allen Goodship, Neil Everall, Mike Towrie, William Finney, Anthony Parker.. Subsurface Probing in Diffuseley Scattering Media Using Spatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy.. Hiro-O Hamaguchi and Hirotsugo Hiramatsu.. Development of Infrared Electroabsorption Spectroscopy and Its Application to Molecular Structural Studies.. Boris Mizaikoff, Marcus Janotta, and Abraham Katzir.. Sol-Gel-Coated Mid-Infrared Fiber-Optic Sensors.. Ira Levin, Scott Huffman, and Rohit Bhargava.. Generalized Implementation of Rapid-Scan Fourier Transform Infrared Specttroscopic Imaging.. Neill Everal, Thomas Hahn, Pavel Matousek, AnthonyW.. Parker, Michael Towrie.. Picosecond Time-Resolved Raman Spectroscopy of Solids: Capabilities and LimitationsFluorescence Rejection and the Influence of Diffuse Reflectance.. Laurence Nafie.. Dual Polarization Modulation: A Real-Time, Spectral-Multiplex Separation of Circular Dichroism from Linear Birefringence Spectral Intensities.. Jack L.. Koenig, Rohit Bhargava, and Travis Ribar.. Towards Faster FT-IR Imaging by Reducing Noise.. Katrin Kneipp.. Single-Molecule Detection of a Cyanine Dye in Silver Colloidal Solution Using Near-Infrared Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering.. Michel Pézolet and Anne Nabet.. Two-Dimensional FT-IR Spectroscopy: A Powerful Method to Study the Secondary Structure of Proteins Using H-D Exchange.. T.. Rick Fletcher, Matt Rekow, Dwayne Rogge and David Sammeth.. Vaporization of Nonvolatile and Matrix-Isolated Molecules Using a Novel Laser Vaporization Technique.. Steven E.. Hobbs and Gary M.. Scintillator-Based Nanosecond Light SourcesTime-Resolved Fluorimetry.. Treado, Ira W.. Levin, and E.. Indium Antimonide (InSb) Focal Plane Array (FPA) DectectionNear-Infrared Imaging Microscopy.. Lin and C.. W.. Brown.. Universal ApproachDetermination of Physical and Chemical Properties of Water by Near-IR Spectroscopy.. P.. Treado, I.. Near-Infrared Acousto-optic Filtered Spectroscopic Microscopy: A Solid-State Approach to Chemical Imaging.. Alexander Scheeline, Cheryl A.. Bye, Duane L.. Miller, Steven W.. Rynders, and R.. Calvin Owen, Jr.. Design and Characterization of an Echelle SpectrometerFundamental and Applied Emission Spectrochemical Analysis.. Isao Noda.. Two-Dimensional Infrared (2D IR) Spectroscopy: Theory and Applications.. Marek Urban.. A Novel Approach to Photoacoustic FT-IR Spectroscopy: Rheo-Photoacoustic Measurements.. David Lubman, Ho Ming Pang, and Chung Hang Sin.. Pulsed High-Pressure Liquid Injection of Biological Molecules into Supersonic Beam/Mass Spectrometry with Resonant Two-Photon Ionization Detection.. David C.. Tilotta, Robert D.. Freeman, and William G.. Fateley.. Hadamard Transform Visible Raman Spectrometry.. Hirschfield and B.. Chase.. FT-Raman Spectroscopy: Development and Justification.. Stubley and G.. Horlick.. A Windowed Slew-scanning Fourier Transform SpectrometerInductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectrometry.. N.. Sheppard and J.. Erkelens.. Vibrational Spectra Absorbed on Surfaces: Forms of Vibrations and Selection RulesRegular Arrays of Absorbed Species.. B.. Smith and G.. A New Background Correction MethodAtomic Absorption Spectrometry.. Mamantov, A.. Garrison, and E.. Wehry.. Analytical Applications of Matrix Isolation Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy.. Th.. Alkemade.. Single-Atom Detection.. John C.. Wright.. Double Resonance Excitation in the Condensed Phase: An Alternative to Infrared, Raman, and Fluorescence Spectroscopy.. Walters and Alexander Scheeline.. Investigation of Bipolar Oscillatory Spark Discharge.. Van Dijk, C.. Alkemade, and P.. Zeegers.. Pulsed Laser Mode Competition with a Na-Colored Intracavity Flame.. Thomas Hirschfeld.. a series of brief, but original and illuminating, papers.. Bernard Keisch and Robert C.. Callahan.. Sulfur Isotope Ratio in Ultramarine Blue: Application to Art Forgery Detection.. Parsons, R.. Lovett, and D.. Welch.. On the Importance of Spectral Interferences in Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy.. John R.. Ferraro and Louis J.. Basile.. Spectroscopy at High Pressures: Status Report and Update of Instrumental Techniques.. V.. F.. Hanson.. Quantitative Elemental Analysis of Art Objects by Energy-Dispersion X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy.. Wang.. Impurity Determination in Group III-V Compounds.. Brundle.. Some Recent Advances in Photoelectron Spectroscopy.. Allemand.. Depolarization Ratio Measurement in Raman Spectrometry.. P.. Historical Advances in Spark Emission Spectroscopy.. Harry J.. Rose and Frank Cuttitta.. X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Individual Rare Earths and Complex Minerals.. Michael L.. Parsons and James D.. Optimization of the Critical Instrumental ParametersAchieving Maximum Sensitivity and Precision in Flame Spectrometric Methods of Analysis.. Mitchell and N.. Hooper.. Digital Computer Calculations and Correction of Matrix Effect in X-Ray Spectroscopy.. B.. Irenopvich, A.. MacDearmid, and E.. Nixon.. Infrared and Raman Spectra of Some Pentamethyldisilanyl Compounds.. Schrenk and R.. Johnson.. Mechanisms of Interactions of Alkali and Alkaline Earth Elements in Flame Photometry.. Leipziger.. Some New Upper Limits of Isotopic Abundance by Mass Spectrometry.. Pitwell.. EquationsWorking Curves in Emission Spectroscopy.. Lee.. The Spectrographic Determination of Uranium 235.. Baer and E.. Hodge.. The Spectrochemical Analysis of Solutions: A Comparison of Five Techniques..

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