1st Australian & New Zealand Mass Spectrometry School

We’re excited to host the 1st Australian & New Zealand Mass Spectrometry School at Bulli Beach Tourist Park, a beachside holiday park in Wollongong NSW. The school will run over 3 nights and 2 days leading into the 29th ANZSMS biennial conference at The University of Wollongong. School registration will include shared accommodation and most meals for attendees.

Registration: $250 for ANZSMS29 conference delegates; $300 otherwise. Registration will open on May 1st and close June 2nd. 35 spaces are available, so be sure to register early!


Registrations Full!


Note: You are eligible for a full refund provided you inform the organizing committee via email ( secretary@anzsms.org or  alanmac@uow.edu.au) prior to 5pm AEST Friday June 2.

School Organising Committee

Celine Kelso (UoW, celine@uow.edu.au)
Shane Ellis (UoW, sellis@uow.edu.au)
Alan Maccarone (UoW, alanmac@uow.edu.au)
Todd Mitchell (UoW, toddm@uow.edu.au)
Steven Blanksby (QUT, stephen.blanksby@qut.edu.au)
David Marshall (QUT, d20.marshall@qut.edu.au)
Luke Carroll (Macquarie, l.carroll@mq.edu.au)
Tara Pukala (Adelaide Uni, tara.pukala@adelaide.edu.au)
Sarah Hancock (Victor Chang Institute, s.hancock@victorchang.edu.au)


The program aims to provide attendees with an overview of key areas of mass spectrometry, focusing on the fundamentals to train the next generation of academic researchers and industrial employees. Topics include:
• Making ions: ion sources; EI/CI, ESI/APCI
• Analysers
• Detectors
• Structure elucidation in ‘omics
• Proteomics
• Imaging MS
• Ion mobility


Confirmed teachers for the school include:
• Dr David Marshall, QUT
• Dr Luke Carroll, Macquarie University
• Dr Nicole Rijs, UNSW Sydney
• Dr Jens Soltwisch, University of Münster
• Dr Tyren Dodgen, Waters
• Dr Marianne Engeser, University of Bonn

Getting here

The Bulli Beach Tourist Park (https://www.wollongongtouristparks.com.au/bulli/) is in close proximity to the venues for ANZSMS29. It is easily accessible to those arriving from outside Wollongong with Bulli train station nearby.

You can get to Bulli Beach Tourist Park from Sydney Airport by several different options:

By airport transfer
There are many companies you can book for door-to-door transfers from Sydney Airport, some are listed below for your convenience.
Leisure Coast Limousines: https://leisurecoastlimousine.com.au/
Jervis Bay Airport Express: https://www.jervisbayairportexpress.net/airport-transfers-wollongong

By train
To get to Bulli Tourist Park from Sydney Airport, take the Airport & South Line (T8) to Wolli Creek Station and change here for the South Coast Line (SCO). Express SCO trains run from Wolli Creek station to Thirroul station, where you can change to a local train service to Bulli station. Bulli Beach Tourist Park is approximately 20 mins walk from Bulli station, or you can arrange a taxi or rideshare.

Sydney Trains timetables: https://transportnsw.info/routes/details/intercity-trains/sco/02SCO

Relevant apps:
Tripview: https://transportnsw.info/apps/tripview
AnyTrip: https://transportnsw.info/apps/anytrip

Any questions?

E-mail ANZSMS Secretary: secretary@anzsms.org

The Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry (ANZSMS)

c/o Assoc Prof Tara Pukala
School of Physical Sciences
University of Adelaide
South Australia 5005
(+61 8) 8313 5497

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