CAMILA ANGUIANO VIRGEN AWARDED TRAVEL GRANT TO ATTEND HEMS WORKSHOP | Department of Chemistry

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August 13, 2019

CAMILA ANGUIANO VIRGEN AWARDED TRAVEL GRANT TO ATTEND HEMS WORKSHOP

Congratulations to Camila Anguiano Virgen, Chemistry graduate student working with Dr. Guido Verbeck, for being awarded the HEMS Student Travel Award to attend the 13th Harsh-Environment Mass Spectrometry (HEMS) Workshop in September 2019.

According to the HEMS Workshop's website, "The Workshop on Harsh-Environment Mass Spectrometry (HEMS) was created in 1999 as a means of encouraging interaction among people involved in deploying mass spectrometers outside of the typical laboratory setting. These environments are diverse, ranging from volcanoes and battlefields, to ocean depths, outer space and other rugged locales. Building mass spectrometers to withstand the rigors of such harsh and remote environments places a unique burden on engineering design and science objective planning, where operational requirements for power, size and durability must be met while achieving the goals of the scientific mission."