DGMS Young Scientists

About Us

The “Young Scientists” interest group was founded at the annual DGMS conference in Rostock in March 2019. Our aim is to promote an early networking of young scientists within the DGMS. You can join us if you are a student or your doctorate dates back less than five years (and you do not lead a junior research team).

For more information about us, our activities and on how to join us, please visit youngscientists.dgms.eu.

Speaker of the Young Scientists: Marius Lauffer, CSSB Hamburg)
Deputy speaker: Alexander Köhrer, Universität Münster
Deputy speaker: Lydia Kollhoff, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle (Saale)

Contact: info@youngscientists.dgms.eu 

3rd Fall Meeting

We are happy to announce that the 3rd Fall Meeting of the DGMS Young Scientists will take place from September 18th to 20th, 2023 in the Monastery Hünfeld.
Registration will start in June 2023. Detailed information on registration and a preliminary schedule will be announced here in due time.
After successful registration for the Fall Meeting, you will also be able to apply for student travel grants.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Hünfeld for great talks and discussions.

Fall Meeting 2022

The 2nd Fall Meeting of the Young Scientists was held on September 28th-30th, 2022 with around 50 participants from academia and industry. We thank our young scientists, invited speakers and industry representatives for interesting insights into their research and active participation in our different interaction formats. Congratulations to the award winners of the best talks and posters:

Gruppenbild beim Fall Meeting 2022
Gruppenbild beim Fall Meeting 2022

The Agilent Young Scientist Award for the best talk:

Johannes Scholz (Münster, Hayen group)
Quantification of Sphingomyelins in Caenorhabditis elegans via SFC-TIMS-MS

The second-best presentation: Steffen Heuckeroth (Münster, Karst group)
Alignment of ion mobility-based Imaging and LC-MS analyses for increased annotation confidence

The second-best presentation: Jerome Riedel (Berlin, Pagel group)
Glycosaminoglycan structure prediction: Joining the Power of Random Forest and Mass-Spectrometry-Aided Cryogenic Infrared Spectroscopy

Due to a tie vote, two second-best presentations were awarded.

Preisträger der Vortragspreise 2022
Preisträger der Vortragspreise 2022

Best poster: Wiebke Günther (Halle, Sinz group)
Application of the Protease Nepenthesin for Hydrogen-Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry

Second best poster: Carla Kirschbaum (Berlin, Pagel group)
Shedding Infrared Light on Lipid Fragmentation

Third best poster: Michael Götze (Berlin, Pagel group)
3D Printed Offline Nanoelectrospray Ionization Source for Bruker Mass Spectrometers

PreisträgerInnen der Posterpreise 2022
PreisträgerInnen der Posterpreise 2022

We look forward to welcoming you to the Young Scientists Meeting 2023!

Elections at the 2nd Fall Meeting of the DGMS Young Scientists

Due to the pandemic, the annual business meeting was canceled along with the DGMS conference. Therefore, the elections for our two new deputy speakers were held at the 2nd Fall Meeting in Hünfeld. The successors for Carla Kirschbaum and Marcel Macke as deputy group spokespersons were sought and found. We are very pleased to announce the election of Lydia Kollhoff (Halle) and Alexander Köhrer (Münster).

DGMS Young Scientists Digital Meeting 2021

One and a half year have passed since our first and only DGMS Young Scientists conference in Hünfeld. Due to the evolving Covid19 pandemic, last year’s conference needed to be cancelled without replacement but for this year, we are scheduling an online event that is supposed to keep in touch with our members and interconnect young scientists in the field of mass spectrometry.

This year’s Young Scientists Digital Meeting will take place as an online conference on June 1718 2021. During two half days young scientists will be given the opportunity to talk about their research in oral presentations facing their peers. Participation is also possible without a scientific contribution; in addition to the presentations, we do want to foster personal exchange in small groups during the breaks.

Registration for the Digital Meeting will open in April 2021 and participation is free of charge. The registration form and further information will be available soon on the DGMS Young Scientists homepage: youngscientists.dgms.eu . We will also keep you updated on details on the schedule in the coming weeks.

We are looking forward to your registration, interesting scientific contributions and lively discussions with you.

Carla, Marcel & Jonas

Attendees of the 1st meeting of the DGMS Young Scientists in Berlin