List of Best Presentation Award winners
- 1P-24 Ami Kageyama(Kaneshima) (Yokohama City Univ.)
- Elucidation of the mechanisms of "Matrix Effect'' on ESI ～Evaluation of "desorption'' processes of amino acid mixtures from solvent droplets～
- 1P-42 Bui Kamihoriuchi (Osaka Univ.)
- Visualization of Sampling and Ionization Processes in Scanning Probe Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry (SPESI-MS)
- 2P-47 (3A-O1-P-0945) Atsushi Hatano (Univ. Tokyo)
- Comprehensive characterization of 'chromatome' by SWATH-MS
- 3P-34 Kohta Nakatani (Kyushu Univ.)
- Development of an analytical system for single-cell metabolomics based on highly sensitive nano-LC/MS/MS
- 1P-35 Koichi Kimura (Osaka Univ.)
- Measurement of Peptide Solutions Containing Buffer or Salt in Atmospheric Pressure Continuous Flow Infrared Desorption Electrospray Ionization and comparison with ESI
- 2P-43 (2B-O3-M-1805) Koki Kibe (Kyoto Univ.)
- Accuracy of Peptide Isotope Distribution in Mass Spectra
- 2P-54 (3B-O1-M-1030) Kana Kato (Osaka Univ.)
- Ultra-High Sensitive Mass Spectrometric Detection of Trace Component in Liquid Samples using Aeromicelle Direct Liquid Introduction Technique
- 2P-60 (4B-O1-P-1000) Mariko Oishi (Kumamoto Univ.)
- Identification of internalized plasma membrane proteins in human brain capillary endothelial cells.
- 2P-62 (4B-O2-P-1425) Koshi Imami (Kyoto Univ., MDC)
- Ribosomics reveals a novel mechanism for translational regulation
- 3P-04 Kosuke Hata (Kyushu Univ.)
- Development of in-line sample processing system for single cell shotgun proteomics with a fused-silica capillary tube
- 3P-05 Masaru Mori (Keio Univ.)
- Proteomic Analysis for a Slight Amount of Cancer Cells by iPP (in PCR plate) method
- 3P-06 Mio Iwasaki (Kyoto Univ.)
- Development of interference spectra removal method to increase quantification accuracy
MSP2018 Best Presentation Award
Award name: Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics 2018 Best Presentation Award
Outline of the award: The organizing committee of MSP2018 awards young scientists (Whether young or not is up to you.) that deliver outstanding oral or poster presentations during the conference (4 first-place and 8 second-place winners).
Presentations applied to this award will be reviewed by the judges based on the quality of the research, and the content of the presentation as shown blow. The first-place winners will be asked to submit a paper (original or review) to Mass Spectrometry published by MSSJ or Proteome Letters published by JPrOS.
Since evaluation is carried out for the poster presentation, oral presenters also need to prepare poster presentation.
A. Originality and future potential of the research (50%)
- Was the novelty and originality of the research purpose clearly stated?
- Was the usefulness and future potential of the results clearly discussed?
- Was interpretation of results scientific, logical and suggestive?
B. Organization, clarity and accuracy of the presentation (50%)
- Was the poster well organized for attendee to understand the points without explanation?
- Was the size of text, figures and tables appropriate?
- Was the amount of information appropriate?
- Were the technical terms accurately used?
- Was the explanation briefly and clearly presented?
- Was the answers to questions concise and accurate?
- Was there any considerations to audiences other than the questioner?
- The award winners will be announced at the award ceremony that will be held from 16:30 on May 18 at Room A.