Spectroswiss will be attending the 67th ASMS Conference at the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA, USA from 2 - 6 June, 2019.
On Monday morning (03/06) our customer from Boston University School of Medicine, Dr. Kevin Chandler, will talk about how ‘Advanced Data Acquisition and Processing Approaches Increases Glycopeptide Identifications and Improves Confidence of Assignment‘ at 9:10 - 9:30 AM in Room B401-402.
During the week, our solutions on increasing performance and productivity of Orbitrap and FT-ICR MS using our proprietary advanced data acquisition and processing technologies will be presented in several scientific posters. In particular, we will launch a new software tool, FTMS Data Simulator, see poster MP 317 on Monday, between 10:30 - 14:30, and a new hardware product – a high-performance data acquisition system FTMS Booster X3 for facile generation of aFT mass spectra specifically for FT-ICR MS – see poster MP 329 also on Monday, between 10:30 - 14:30.
We warmly welcome you to visit our exhibition booth 516 for the most recent technology updates, software demo, feedback exchange and just saying hello.
Find out more on the conference website: www.asms.org
Spectroswiss presented our latest developments in high-performance mass analyzers, data acquisition electronics and advanced signal processing for leveraging the most challenging FTMS applications at the annual ASMS Conference and Exhibition in San Diego, CA. We thank you for talking to us at our booth and appreciate your strong and growing interest in our technology and the ways we can help you to achieve your objectives.
You are most welcome to consult our scientific presentations and marketing materials:
Absorption-mode FT-ICR MS via in-hardware detection of phased transients (poster): PDF
Transient-centric FTMS: performance and applications (poster): PDF
Fundamentals of cyclotron-frequency FT-ICR MS (poster): PDF
FTMS Data Acquisition: From Good to Great: PDF
FTMS Data Processing: From Good to Great: PDF
Spectroswiss presented our latest developments in high-performance mass analyzers, data acquisition electronics and advanced signal processing for leveraging the most challenging FTMS applications at the biannual European FTMS Workshop in Freising, Germany. You can consult our poster showing for the first time an isotopic fine structure of a (heavy) drug molecule acquired with a benchtop Q Exactive Orbitrap FTMS here: PDF
The Spectroswiss Team wishes you a productive and exciting 2018!
We look forward to collaborate with you and together to advance the FTMS applications to the new heights!
We kindly invite you to join us at our exhibit booths at the following mass spectrometry conferences and exhibitions in 2018:
Spectroswiss will present the latest scientific and technological achievements in the field of FTMS data processing and fundamentals at the upcoming annual ASMS meeting in Indianapolis, USA. In addition to the 6 talks and 5 posters which we author or co-author, you are most welcome to discover our software and hardware products at the Exhibition Booth 710 during the whole event. For more information have a look into our updated brochure or its brief summary in a flyer.
In addition to our talks at Top-Down and FTMS Monday evening workshops, here is a selection of our presentations at the regular sessions:
Spectroswiss, together with the colleagues from the Consortium for Top-Down Proteomics, is coordinating the Pilot Study for Characterization of Monoclonal Antibodies.
Our CEO, Dr. Yury Tsybin, received the prestigious Curt Brunnée Award of the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation (IMSF) and delivered a plenary lecture at the 21st International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC) in Toronto, Canada.
Spectroswiss presented the latest developments in data acquisition electronics and advanced signal processing for advancing the most challenging FTMS applications at the annual ASMS Conference, San Antonio, TX. You can read more on these advances in brochures on FTMS Booster X1 technology applied to Orbitrap FTMS or FT-ICR MS platforms. Our technical posters described fundamentals of advanced data acquisition in FTMS and application of FTMS Booster X1 for leveraging multiplexed protein quantitation.
Our CEO, Dr. Yury Tsybin, has received the prestigious Curt Brunnée Award of the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation (IMSF) “For outstanding contributions to the development of instrumentation for high-resolution and tandem mass spectrometry.” The award ceremony and lecture will take place during the 21st International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC) in Toronto, Canada during the week of August 21, 2016.
Spectroswiss technologies will be presented at the 63rd ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics in Saint-Louis, MO. Welcome for in-depth discussions in Lindell Hospitality Suite on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
Job opening at Spectroswiss:
We are looking for an outstanding FTMS Scientist/Engineer (see job offer)
Spectroswiss is selected as a new member of the National Instruments Swiss Start-Up Program
A peer-reviewed paper about our patented ion trap for FT-ICR MS is published in the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry