Emma Palm and Louise Malm started their master thesis in our group. Emma and Louise are master students in analytical chemistry at Stockholm University and they did their bachelor’s thesis in our group. Emma Palm will work with cyclic ion mobility for the identification of isomeric compounds based on the collision cross-section. This will be done on the example of hydroxylated PCBs for which she will develop an identification method for the parent and fragment ions. Louise Malm will continue to work on the NORMAN interlaboratory comparison on different semi-quantification methods.
Good luck Emma and Louise!