JEOL User’s Meeting and Hospitality Suite at ASMS

From: (Chip Cody)

Newsgroups: sci.techniques.mass-spec

Subject: JEOL User’s Meeting and Hospitality Suite at ASMS

Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 13:40:52 GMT

JEOL will be holding a User’s Meeting on Sunday June 2, 2002 in Orlando

Florida before the annual ASMS Conference. The meeting will be held

from 11:00 to 1:00 in the Key Largo Room at the Marriott Orlando World

Center Hotel, 8701 World Center Drive, Orlando, FL 328211-3. A buffet

lunch will follow from 1:00-3:00 pm in the Key Biscayne Room. All JEOL

customers are invited to attend. Please RSVP to Ms. Mary White at

978-535-5900, ext. 2219 or by e-mail to

JEOL’s Hospitality Suite at the ASMS Conference will be open from 7:00

pm to 9:00 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evening in the Boston

Room at the Mariott Orlando World Center Hotel. All conference

attendees are welcome to join us.

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Computer Applications Interest Group at ASMS

From: David Stranz

Newsgroups: sci.techniques.mass-spec

Subject: Computer Applications Interest Group at ASMS

Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 14:59:07 GMT

The ASMS Computer Applications Interest Group will hold

a lunchtime workshop on Wednesday, June 5 at the ASMS

annual meeting in Orlando, Florida.

This year’s topic is “Analytical Data Storage and Exchange

using XML”, and will feature a presentation by James Duckworth

of Thermo Galactic and discussion of efforts underway to

develop official standards for representing analytical,

chemical, and biological data using XML.

The interest group meeting format is informal; if you are

working with or considering using XML to solve data storage

or exchange problems in your environment, please come and

participate. We will have a transparency projector available.

There is room for one or two more SHORT presentations (no more than 10 minutes). Please contact me if you wish to present.

Bring a lunch. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday,

12:15 – 1:30 pm, Grand VIII ballroom. Please refer to the

ASMS notice board for any last-minute changes. I look forward to seeing you there!

David Stranz


ASMS Computer Applications

Interest Group

(209) 552-2208

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Micromass Users’ Meeting at ASMS

From: “Beaty, Tom”

Newsgroups: sci.techniques.mass-spec

Subject: Micromass Users’ Meeting at ASMS

Date: Thu, 9 May 2002 19:57:35 -0400

Micromass will be holding a Users’ Meeting at ASMS. Besides keynote

speakers of general interest, there will be breakout sessions on various

specific topics and also a service and support forum. Continental breakfast

and lunch will be provided, and a reception will follow the meeting.


Saturday, June 1, 2002

7:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.

Marriott Orlando World Center

8701 World Center Drive

Orlando, Florida 32821

Please visit for complete information and to


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