IC HDX 2017 has been held.

150 participants came together for the first international Conference on Hydrogen Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry at AstraZeneca R&D, Gothenburg, Sweden the 15-17 May 2017.

It were three captivating days of exchange, learning and networking.

At the workshop on Monday, sample preparation, data collection and data analysis were discussed in a very informal way.  On Tuesday and Wednesday the program was filled with interesting presentations on a wide range of topics.

In two years’ time, in May 2019, David Schriemer and John Burke are welcoming you to Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada for IC HDX 2019. More information to come.


Who should attend

This conference is aimed at anyone with an interest in using, developing and exploring applications of Hydrogen Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry within academia, industry or other organizations.

Oral presentations will be accompanied by poster presentations, opportunity for one-to-one discussions over coffee and dinner. Suppliers will be present, offering demos of lab equipment, software and service-for-fee. A more detailed program and a full list of invited speakers will be available closer to the meeting in 2019.

Please read more on founding principles and guidelines for the conference series.

To foster a community of HDX practitioners that can discuss experiments, data, and best practice, a mailing list has been created to stimulate discussion and draw attention to the latest publications in the field.

In order to join the distribution list enter your email address at https://lists.cam.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/ucam-hdx-ms.


The program will be created towards 2019, with a mixture of talks from invited speakers and people submitting abstracts.


IC HDX 2019 will be held in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada in May 2019. More information on the conference venue and accommodation will be given at a later date.

HDXMS 2019 in Calgary


Registration will open closer to the meeting.


We are welcoming sponsors for this event. More detailed information will be available at a later date. Please contact us if you have any questions.


Get in contact with us.

Organizing team:
David Schriemer (University of Calgary)
John Burke (University of Victoria)
Kasper Rand (University of Copenhagen)
Tineke Papavoine (AstraZeneca R&D)
Rebecca Rae (AstraZeneca R&D)
Glenn Masson (University of Cambridge)

Email address: hdxms2019@ucalgary.ca