First of all, we are thankful to Danilo Corradini, a former important coworker of Csaba Horváth and the chairwoman Irena Vovk to organize the Csaba Horváth session. Csaba Horváth was not only a pioneer in the creation of a whole new revolutionary analytical technology, which he christened in 1967 High Pressure Liquid Chromatography or HPLC. He was also the first, using the computer in his research work. He purchased in the spring of 1976 a PDP-11 brand new computer which had the size of ca. 50x50x200 cm and looked like a cabin. He was developing research theories on band spreading with Fred Linn on this computer. Consecutively, Lloyd Snyder, John Dolan, Tom Jupille and myself started to develop a program to model HPLC separations in 1985, which we also exhibited at PittCon 1986. Lloyd named this software DryLab. In the last 36 years a vigorous development took place to model HPLC. The lecture will present some of the milestones in this work and report about the most recent achievement of this excellent technology.
Molnár-Institute for applied chromatography, Berlin, Germany
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