Kat Horvath Presents at Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry Meeting

May 11, 2018

Graduate student Kat Horvath was invited to present at the Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry (TAMS) discussion group about her work on "Eliminating the throughput vs resolution tradeoff in sector mass spectrometer miniaturization." She highlighted the group's work on aperture coding, CNT field emission ion source, cycloidal mass analyzer, and focal plane array detector. See the TAMS website for more information about the organization.