We have two new students doing their diploma work in our group: Gordian Sandberg and Yuki Ishikawa.
Gordian started an eight-week internship in January and has recently decided to prolong his stay to turn his project into a MSc thesis. He is aiming to improve the prediction accuracy of retention times in non-target LC/HRMS using candidate structures for machine learning modelling.
Yuki started with his BSc thesis project in February, working with parent compound and transformation product pairs. He is comparing their structural similarity and how this influences their ionisation efficiency, aiming to deduce if some rules can be applied to aid ionisation efficiency estimations.