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WHO WE ARE

About BrMASS

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Founded in 2005 and based in Campinas, São Paulo. The Brazilian Society of Mass Spectrometry (BrMASS) is a philanthropic, non-profit association. With an organizational intensions; without party politics, regardless of nationality, sex, race or religion.

The BrMASS, aims to represent and bring together professionals and those working on several fronts of mass spectrometry studies, promoting the research, knowledge dissemination and training of human resources. Helping in the exchange and collaboration betwen national and international institutions and related sciences.

Every two years, the BrMASS promotes the Brazilian Congress of Mass Spectrometry and the School of Mass Spectrometry, with the objective of bring the technical-scientific improvement of students, seeking to congregate the Brazilian spectrometrists, and to promote communication between them and similar societies.

WHO WE ARE

About IMSF

The International Mass Spectrometry Foundation (IMSF) is a non-profit scientific organization in the field of mass spectrometry. The Foundation operates the International Mass Spectrometry Society, which consists of 41 member societies and sponsors the International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC) that was held once every three years from 1958-2012, but is now held every two years. Begining in 2013, IMSF also operates the International Mass Spectrometry Schools, which are held every second year.

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The 23rd International Mass Spectrometry Conference 2020 will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The IMSC2020 venue is the Windsor Oceânico Hotel at "Barra da Tijuca" - this is known as the financial, gastronomic, lodging and entertainment center of the state capital of Rio de Janeiro. It was home to most of the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Paralympic Games. As all the previous editions, IMSC 2020 will cover all aspects of mass spectrometry, from fundamentals to instrumentation and applications, with a "Brazilian seasoning".

Address:

Rua Martinho de Mesquita, 129 - Barra da Tijuca
Rio de Janeiro - RJ