BrightSpec’s Daniel Armstrong scientific advisory board member to be awarded LCGC Lifetime Achievement and Emerging Leader in Chromatography Award

Room: Room W183A Session Number: 1-9 Tuesday, March 03, 2020: 1:30 PM – 4:55 PM This session honors the 2020 LCGC award winners. The work of the 2020 Lifetime Achievement awardee, Daniel W. Armstrong of the University of Texas at Arlington, spans a broad range, including HPLC, GC, SFC, and seminal work in enantiomeric separations and ionic liquids. His theoretical contributions spanned pseudophase, ultrafast, and modeling in separations. Daniel W. Armstrong is the R.A. Welch Distinguished Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of Texas at Arlington. His research has spanned a wide scope, including HPLC, GC, SFC, and seminal work in enantiomeric separations and ionic liquids. His theoretical contributions spanned pseudophase, ultrafast and modeling in separations. The 2020 Emerging Leader, Szabolcs Fekete of the University of Geneva, is advancing new possibilities in protein chromatography using reversed-phase, ion-exchange, size-exclusion, HIC, and HILIC modes; pharmaceutical analysis; LC column technology and method development; and fundamental studies on retention and band broadening. Szabolcs Fekete is a scientific collaborator at the University of Geneva. Major areas of his work include new possibilities in protein chromatography using reversed-phase, ion-exchange, size-exclusion, HIC, and HILIC modes; pharmaceutical analysis; LC column technology and method development; and fundamental studies on retention and band broadening.