The 9th Harsh-Environment Mass Spectrometry Workshop
September 15–18, 2013, St. Pete Beach, Florida
Purpose: In situ mass spectrometry (MS) in a wide variety of harsh environments-from outer space to Earth's oceans to battlefield scenarios-is rapidly becoming a reality. There are many common features to MS deployment in these vastly different conditions, including high reliability, small size, and low power requirements. The Harsh-Environment MS Workshop will encourage interaction among those interested in deployment of mass spectrometers in various harsh environments.
Technical Program: Talks and posters for the Harsh-Environment MS Technical Sessions will be selected primarily for their focus on making mass spectrometer components and systems rugged and portable; interfacing mass spectrometers to the environment; autonomous sampling strategies; unattended operations; adaptive sampling; data processing and communications; enabling technologies; and miniaturization.
Commercial use is strictly prohibited.
The Harsh-Environment Mass Spectrometry Society, Inc. is a Public Charity under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue code.