The 2nd Workshop on Harsh-Enviroment Mass SpectrometryThe 2nd Workshop on Harsh-Enviroment Mass Spectrometry

MARCH 18-21, 2001
ST. PETERSBURG, FL
PRESENTED BY: CENTER OF OCEAN TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

Purpose: In-situ mass spectrometry in a wide variety of harsh environments—from outer space to the earth’s oceans to battlefield scenarios—is rapidly becoming a reality. There are many common features to MS deployment in these vastly different conditions, including high reliability, small size and low power
requirements.

The purpose of this workshop is to promote and encourage interaction among people working on the
deployment of mass spectrometers in different harsh environments, by providing an informal forum for
open discussions and exchange of ideas in a not-so harsh environment.

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