About the CAID Annual Meeting

Current mass spectrometry techniques and applications, especially those which achieve high speed by using ambient ionization and/or miniature instruments, are presented with emphasis on the nature of the instrumentation and methodology.

This is accomplished through our intensive two-day workshops. In these yearly overviews, six hands-on demonstrations are detailed, and multiple ionization sources, types of mass spectrometers, and ion manipulation techniques are covered. A hallmark of these workships is the emphasis on methodology, fundamental theory, and current applications.

Throughout the years, the effectiveness of the CAID short course to deeply immerse, motivate, and educate students has been confirmed through formal student assessment and feedback.

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