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Conference Awards

On the occasion of the conference, since 2020, prizes have been awarded for the best presented papers. The prizes are awarded either by the Dean of the Faculty of Science or by one of the sponsors.

18th ISC ‘Modern Analytical Chemistry’, Prague 2022
  • Metrohm Award: Din Zelikovich (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel): Shell-matrix interaction in nanoparticle-imprinted matrices: Implications for selective nanoparticle detection and separation
  • Dean’s Award: Janik Scharf (Universität Regensburg, Germany): Interfacing mass spectrometry with electrochemistry in the field of industrial battery research
  • Dean’s Award: Ewelina Mas´lak (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruò, Poland): MALDI technique in identification of mixed bacterial cultures
  • Dean’s Award: Katarina Molna´rova´ (Charles University, Czech Republic): The study of different solvents on glycopeptide enrichment efficiency and selectivity in solid-phase extraction
17th ISC ‘Modern Analytical Chemistry’, Prague 2021
  • Metrohm Award: Michal Augustin (Charles University, Czech Republic): Voltammetric investigation of the interaction between low-molecular weight double-stranded DNA and nitenpyram and its electrochemically generated metabolites
  • Dean’s Award: Ewelina Maslak (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruò, Poland): Short-incubation method for rapid identification of bacterial pathogens via MALDI TOF MS technique
  • Dean’s Award: Michael Killinger (Masaryk University, Czech Republic): Bioluminescence determination of caspase-3/7 in single osteosarcoma cells
  • Dean’s Award: Johannes Eidenschink (University of Regensburg, Germany): Investigation of the oxidation behaviour of cysteine by means of electrochemistry hyphenated to capillary electrophoresis and mass spectrometry
16th ISC ‘Modern Analytical Chemistry’, Prague 2020
  • Metrohm Award: Daniel Böhm (University of Regensburg, Germany): The effects of linearly assembled capillaries with various inner diameters on capillary electrophoresis

Updated: 17th September 2022