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54th Annual Conference of the DGMS

May 14 – 17, 2023 in Dortmund


Kickoff for the 54th Annual DGMS Conference

The long wait is coming to an end: After the 54th Annual Conference of the German Society for Mass Spectrometry (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Massenspektrometrie, DGMS) had to be cancelled in 2021 and 2022 due to the pandemic, the preparations for the alternative date in Dortmund in spring 2023 are now in full swing. The conference will take place at the Dortmund Congress Centre (next to the Westfalenhallen) from May 14 to 17. Just a stone’s throw away from BVB’s football stadium, a well-established scientific programme with plenary talks, workshops and poster sessions will await the participants. For four days, the gathering in the Ruhr metropolis will revolve around the newest developments in mass spectrometry-based research. Young researchers are also being considered. There will also be an exchange of the DGMS Young Scientist as well as the Wolfgang Paul Study Awards. The evening programme will include, for example, a conference dinner in the football stadium – as far as the then current corona regulations will allow. More details will follow shortly.

The Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften – ISAS – e.V., under the scientific leadership of Prof Dr Albert Sickmann, is taking care of the conference’s organisation. For ISAS, this is already the second Annual DGMS Conference. The non-university research institute previously hosted the annual conference in Dortmund in 2011.


Registrations – also for lectures, posters and workshops:

Registration and submission

The deadline for oral presentation and for early bird registration is February 28, 2023.

Please check for possible updates due to the pandemic, the conditions under which the conference can take place may change at short notice. The event committee will update the information on the conference’s website on a regular basis.


About ISAS

The Leibniz-Institut für Analytische Wissenschaften – ISAS – e.V. develops efficient and cost-effective analytical methods for health research. Thus, it contributes to the improvement of the prevention, early diagnosis and therapy of diseases. Overall, the institute strives to advance precision medicine by combining knowledge from different fields such as chemistry, biology, pharmacology, physics and computer science.

The institute works closely with universities in Germany and abroad, for example through joint appointments. We also cooperate with national and international partners from science and industry. ISAS was founded in 1952 and has about 200 employees from more than 19 nations.

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