9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
Gaseous Ions: Structures, Energetics & Reactions Gordon Research Conference
Hotel Galvez

Galveston, Texas
http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?year=2011&program=gaseous
   Deadlines
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     *  Registration Deadline:
       30th January 2011

   The Gaseous Ions: Structures, Energetics and Reactions Gordon Research
   Conference will focus on ions and their interactions with molecules,
   surfaces, electrons, and light. The conference will cover theory and
   experiments, and systems ranging from molecular to biological to
   clusters to materials. The meeting goal continues to be bringing
   together scientists interested in fundamentals, with those applying
   fundamental phenomena to a wide range of practical problems. Each of
   the nine conference sessions will focus on a topic within this
   spectrum, and there will also be poster sessions for contributed
   papers, with sufficient space and time to allow all participants to
   present their latest results. To encourage active participation by
   young investigators, about ten of the poster abstracts will be
   selected for 15 minute “hot topic” talks during the conference
   sessions. Hot topic selection will be done about a month before the
   meeting. Funds may be available to offset the participation cost for
   young investigators.

Schedule of Presentations:

Sunday, February 27, 2011
16:00:00 Arrival and Check-in
18:00:00 Dinner
19:30:00 Welcome / Introductory Comments by GRC Site Staff
19:40:00 Spectroscopy of Hydrogen Bonded Clusters
19:45:00 Introduction Mathias Weber
19:55:00 Photodissociation and Photodetachment of Ions and Ion Clusters Daniel Neumark
20:30:00 Discussion
20:40:00 Decoding vibrational spectroscopy in studies of H+ migration in protonated systems Anne McCoy
21:15:00 Discussion
21:30:00 Welcome Reception
Monday, February 28, 2011
07:30:00 Breakfast
08:30:00 Group Photo
09:00:00 Beam Studies of Ion Chemistry
09:05:00 Introduction Kent Ervin
09:15:00 Hydration studies of multiply charged ions Peter Armentrout
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 Approaching enzymatic reactivity using gas-phase models Jana Roithova
11:05:00 Discussion
11:15:00 Structures, Binding Energies, and Coulomb Barriers from Energy-Resolved CID of Metal-Ligand and Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes Mary Rodgers
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 Hot Topic Talk
12:15:00 Hot Topic Talk
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
16:00:00 Poster Session I
18:00:00 Dinner
19:30:00 Conformational Dynamics of Bio-Molecular Ions
19:35:00 Introduction Ryan Julian
19:45:00 CID product structures of protonated and deprotonated peptides by IRMPD spectroscopy Jos Oomens
20:20:00 Discussion
20:30:00 Topology and dynamics of protein complexes studied by native ion mobility mass spectrometry Albert J R Heck
21:05:00 Discussion
21:15:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
21:30:00 Poster Session I (continued)
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Applications to the Real World
09:05:00 Introduction Detlef Schroeder
09:15:00 Imaging Studies of Ion Chemistry in Titan's Atmosphere Arthur Suits
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 Nanoparticle-Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Emile A. Schweikert
11:05:00 Discussion
11:15:00 Electrospray of Ionic Liquids: Droplet Dynamics and Applications Yu-hui Chiu
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
12:15:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
16:00:00 Poster Session II
18:00:00 Dinner
19:30:00 Ion Scattering Dynamics
19:35:00 Introduction
19:45:00 Ion-neutral collision and reaction studies with state-selected, coulomb-crystallized ions in traps Stefan Willitsch
20:20:00 Discussion
20:30:00 Reaction dynamics of small biomolecular ions with electronically excited singlet molecular oxygen using guided-ion beam scattering and direct dynamics simulations
21:05:00 Discussion
21:15:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
21:30:00 Poster Session II (continued)
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Electron Attachment and Dissociative Recombination
09:05:00 Introduction
09:15:00 Teaching an old dog new tricks: Using the Flowing Afterglow Langmuir Probe apparatus to measure electron attachment to radicals and ion-ion neutralization Albert Viggiano
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 Coulomb correlation and the suppression of ion-electron recombination in a molecular ultracold plasma Edward Grant
11:05:00 Discussion
11:15:00 Electron Attachment to Biological Anions: Direct Dissociation and Radical-Driven MS3 Fragmentation Kristina Hakansson
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
12:15:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
16:00:00 Poster Session III
18:00:00 Dinner
19:00:00 Business Meeting
19:30:00 Spectroscopy and Structure of Metal-Containing Clusters
19:35:00 Introduction
19:45:00 Infrared spectroscopy of metal cation complexes with carbonyl and carbon dioxide ligands Michael Duncan
20:20:00 Discussion
20:30:00 Photoelectron Imaging of Multiply Charged Anions Lai-Sheng Wang
21:05:00 Discussion
21:15:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
21:30:00 Poster Session III (continued)
Thursday, March 3, 2011
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Spectroscopy of Bio-Molecular Ions
09:05:00 Introduction
09:15:00 Conformations of gaseous biomolecular ions probed using fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) measurements Rebecca Jockusch
09:50:00 Discussion
10:00:00 Coffee Break
10:30:00 Developing techniques for following transitions between conformational states David Clemmer
11:05:00 Discussion
11:15:00 Spectroscopy and dynamics of bio-molecular ions Lars Andersen
11:50:00 Discussion
12:00:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
12:15:00 Hot Topic Talk (TBA)
12:30:00 Lunch
13:30:00 Free Time
18:00:00 Dinner
19:30:00 High Field/High Resolution Mass Spectrometry Evan Williams
19:35:00 The Ion Cyclotron: How a Sledgehammer Became a Scalpel Alan Marshall
20:20:00 Discussion
20:40:00 Social
Friday, March 4, 2011
07:30:00 Breakfast
09:00:00 Departure
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