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As usual, SIS will be at the ASMS meeting, which is next week in Seattle, Washington. Last year, we announced our acquisition of the SIMION development license from Idaho National Labs, and so this year, we are formally announcing the production release of SIMION 3D 8, which is shipping end of Q3 2006:


SIMION 3D 8 Announcement



In summary, SIMION 3D 8 is a mix of user interface improvements, new capabilities, and performance enhancements. Previously referred to as 7.1, its list of committed changes is now substantial enough to warrant the 8.0 version number. Like the SL Toolkit, and unlike the static 7.0, 8.0 is planned to be continuously enhanced for a year or more, with free upgrades downloadable from simion.com, to incorporate additional capabilities users have requested. The latest 8.0beta version will be there for demonstration.


At this time, we'd like to also recognize the following ASMS posters and sessions related to SIMION. ASMS can be a good place to meet other users doing SIMION simulations and solving related problems in particle optics. Abstracts and schedules on these items can be obtained from the following ASMS web page: ( http://www.asms.org/Default.aspx?tabid=54 ) by doing a "full text search" for "SIMION".



MOC pm, 03:20, Distance-of-Flight MS - Exploratory implementation in a Q/oTOF mass spectrometer, Christie Enke(1), Gareth Dobson(1), (1)University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM


MOF pm, 03:20, It's all about the fields., James E. Bruce(1), Saiful Chowdhury(1), Nathan K. Kaiser(1), Xiaoting Tang(1), Si Wu(1), Wei Yi(1), Kai Zhang(1), (1)Washington State University, Pullman, WA


MOF pm, 03:40, Theory and Practice of the Orbitrap Mass Analyzer, Alexander A. Makarov(1), (1)Thermo Electron (Bremen) GmbH, Bremen, Germany


MP08, 155, Development of a Hybrid Quadrupole-Linear Ion Trap-Ion Mobility-TOFMS for Structural Mass Spectrometry, Jody C. May(1), John A. McLean(1), David H. Russell(1), (1)Texas A&M University, College Station, TX


MP09, 175, Improving Mass Resolution in ortho-TOF Mass Spectrometer, Vadym D. Berkout(1), Vladimir M. Doroshenko(1), (1)MassTech, Inc., Columbia, MD


MP09, 183, A Novel Ion Gate Comprising a Small Orthogonal TOF With Ion Mirror, Jeffery M. Brown(1), Daniel J. Kenny(1), Robert H. Bateman(1), (1)Waters Micromass MS Technologies, Manchester, UK


MP09, 196, A Direct Comparison of a Resitive Glass and Stacked-Ring Reflectron, Stephen M. Ritzau(1), Bruce N. Laprade(1), Sharon R. Mrotek(1), Ray Leffingwell(1), (1)Burle Electro-Optics, Sturbridge, MA


MP09, 197, Simple Template-Based Method to Fabricate Bradbury-Nielson Gates and Applications in Mass Spectrometry [1], Oh Kyu Yoon(1), Ignacio A. Zuleta(1), Matthew D. Robbins(1), Griffin K. Barbula(1), Richard N. Zare(1), (1)Stanford University, Stanford, CA


MP10, 199, Modification of ICR Trapping Potential to Generate a Local Electrostatic Field Minimum to Improve Signal Resolving Power, Sunghwan Kim(1), Myoung Choul Choi(1), Seung Yong Kim(1), Jong Shin Yoo(1), Hyun Sik Kim(1), Greg T. Blankney(2), Christopher L. Hendrickson(2), Alan G. Marshall(2), (1)Korea Basic Science Institute, Daejeon, Korea, (2)National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, FL


MP10, 210, Coaxial multi-electrode FTICR cell for high-sensitivity detection at a multiple frequency: main design and modeling results, Alexander Misharin(1), Roman Zubarev(1), (1)Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden


MP10, 212, SIMION Modeling of Image Charge Detection in FT-ICR MS, Steven C. Beu(1), Christopher L. Hendrickson(2), Alan G. Marshall(2), (1)S C Beu Consulting, Austin, TX, (2)ICR Group at NHMFL, Tallahassee, FL


MP10, 213, A New Open Cylindrical ICR Cell with Electrodes of Different Diameters, Karl P. Wanczek(1), Basem Kanawati(1), (1)Inorganic & Physical Chemistry, University, D-28334 Bremen, Germany


MP10, 217, Progress Toward Real Time Bioerosol Analysis Using the Novel Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Bioaerosol Mass Spectrometer, Richard Seipert(1), Xin Cong(1), Gregg Czerweineic(1), Carlito Lebrilla(1), (1)University of California, Davis, Davis, CA


MP10, 220, Simulation Study to Improve Ion Transmission Efficiency through the Gate Valve for an External Ion Injection FTICR-MS, Myoung Choul Choi(1), Hyun Sik Kim(1), Sunghwan Kim(1), Jong Shin Yoo(1), (1)Korea Basic Science Institute, Daejeon, Repurblic of Ko


ThP04, 048, Aperture Arrays for Atmospheric Pressure Sources, Edward W Sheehan(1), Ross C Willoughby(1), (1)Chem-Space Associates, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA


ThP09, 141, Surface Induced Dissociation (SID) in a Quadrupole Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer - Towards the Study of Larger Biomolecules, Asiri S. Galhena(1), Shai Dagan(1), Christopher M. Jones(1), Richard L. Beardsly(1), Vicki H. Wysocki*(1), (1)University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona


ThP09, 146, Applying Superfluid Helium Nanodroplets to the Study of Ions: New Possibilities, Travis M. Falconer(1), William K. Lewis III(1), Aaron M. Johnson(1), Raymond J. Bemish(2), Gary L. Glish(1), Roger E. Miller(1), (1)University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, (2)Pfizer Inc., Groton, CT


ThP09, 150, Surface-Surface (Ping-Pong) Neutralization-Reionization Mass Spectrometry, Luke E. Adams(1), Xinli Yang(1), Frantis(ek Turec(ek(1), (1)University of Washington, Seattle, WA


ThP16, 262, Kinetics of surface induced dissociation using laser desorption of C60 and silicon nano powder assisted ionization of N(CH3)4+, Sung Hwan Yoon(1), Dylan Boday(1), Chaminda Gamage(1), Wiujuan Wen(1), Kent Gillig(1), Shai Dagan(1), Vicki Wysocki(1), (1)University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Wenjian Sun(1), David H. Russell(1), (1)Texas A&M University, College Station, TX


TP23, 406, A novel SID/TOF source for MALDI-IM-SID-oTOF MS, Wenjian Sun(1), David H. Russell(1), (1)Texas A&M University, College Station, TX


WP14, 263, Micro-Cylindrical Ion Trap Mass Spectrometers, Ashish Chaudhary(1), Friso H.W. van Amerom(1), Robert T. Short(1), (1)University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida


WP14, 267, Computer Simulation of a New, AC three rods (tripole), Ion Optic with High Focusing and Mass Filtering Capabilities, Gary Abdiel Salazar(1), Tsutomu Masujima(1), (1)Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan


WP15, 303, Novel Ion Trap Focusing Techniques for use with Distance of Flight (DOF) Time of flight (TOF) Mass Spectrometry (MS)., Gareth S. Dobson(1), Christie G. Enke(1), (1)University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM


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