Malvern Panalytical has announced its next round of webinars. Find out more below. If you are interested in attending any of these events, please send an enquiry to find out how to register.

Soil Analysis Spectral Data Processing with the ASD FieldSpec®

This webinar focuses on processing spectral data for soil analysis utilising the Malvern Panalytical ASD FieldSpec® 4 Hi-Re, a high-resolution spectroradiometer.

You will learn:

  • Background of the machine
  • Maapera analytics overview
  • Selection of the ASD FieldSpec 4 Hi-Res instrument
  • How Maapera uses the FieldSpec 4 spectroradiometer
  • Data collection software and why
  • Working with software development kits
  • Automated data processing
  • Web portals
  • Processing spectral data with Python
  • Wavelets
  • Sci-kit learn
  • Data visualisation

This webinar will take place on 17 July from 10:00-11:30 (GMT-5:00).

Demo at your desk – Rotational Rheometry with Kinexus

During this webinar, Malvern Panalytical’s technical specialist Dr Shona Marsh will demonstrate the Kinexus rheometer and some of its typical measurement systems (geometries) and accessories.

She will explore the revolutionary Kinexus software, rSpace, with its unique sequence-driven approach, bringing standard operating practice (SOP) measurements to a rheometer for the first time.

rSpace is designed to help the novice and quality control (QC) analyst make accurate and reproducible measurements while giving the expert user the flexibility and functionality to develop bespoke and complex test protocols using shear and axial test modes.

This webinar will take place on 18 July at 10:30-11:30 (GMT-5:00).

New Advances in Rheometry – Controlled Stress Parallel Superposition for Screen Printing Applications

This live webinar will discuss the application of an advanced rheometric technique known as controlled stress parallel superposition (CSPS) to model screen printing inks and gelling materials.

The theoretical background of CSPS will be discussed along with the challenges that must be overcome when applying the technique to materials with complex and/or transient microstructures.

Validation data will be presented before the use of CSPS in the context of printed electronics is explored.

This webinar will take place on 25 July from 10:30-11:30 (GMT-5:00).

Focus on Pharma – Elemental Analysis: Simplify your workflow

Setting meaningful and realistic specifications for a pharmaceutical product critical material attributes (CMA) is important in ensuring a product meets its target performance profile and is safe.

Within this, control of elemental impurities is vital as these do not provide therapeutic benefit to the patient and may even cause an adverse effect.

This webinar will take place on 30 July from 10:30-11:30 (GMT-5:00).

13th International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors

This conference will present high-impact scientific and technological advances in materials and devices based on group-III nitride semiconductors, and will feature plenary sessions, parallel topical sessions, poster sessions and an industrial exhibition.

This conference will take place on 7 July from 8:00-12:30 (GMT-5:00).

Graham Lecture and Symposium 2019

The meeting will be of interest to both industrial and academic researchers, particularly those from colloid chemistry, soft matter physics and chemical engineering backgrounds working with suspensions.

The meeting will cover new advances in the science of suspensions, with a particular focus on real-world applications, be they industrial (4 speakers) or geological.

This conference will be taking place from 9:30-18:00 (GMT).

The Advanced Materials Show

The Advanced Materials Show provides a unique opportunity to meet with 200 suppliers of innovative materials and the entire research and development (R&D) supply chains.

Co-located with Ceramics UK, a free four-track conference will focus on innovations in graphene, 2D materials, nanomaterials, advanced composites, coatings, technical glass and ceramics.

This conference will take place from 9:00-18:00.

2019 Colorado Protein Stability Conference

Protein stability is important in numerous disciplines, ranging from basic and medical biochemistry to pharmaceutical sciences.

However, it is rare that researchers from all of the relevant areas can join together to discuss the critical issues in the field. Since 1994 the Colorado Protein Stability Conferences have provided unique opportunities for this exchange of information.

This conference will begin on 1 August from 17:00-19:00 (GMT-7).

Food for Thought – Scripting the XRD Analysis of Semiconductors

Interested in learning more about automatic analysis of complex Response surface methodology (RSM)? You want to have more information on Malvern Panalytical’s new AMASS software unifying its Epitaxy and Reflectivity packages?

Join Malvern Panalytical for a free lunch session with its experts Mike Hawkridge and Lars Grieger. Tell the company about the additional value it could create for you.

Sign up early to reserve your seat since registration has a limited number of attendees.

This seminar takes place on 10 July from 12:30-13:30 (GMT-8:00) in Canada.

Ores and minerals analysis workshop (Perth)

Malvern Panalytical is proud to organise a tailored programme on the latest in automation, online, mobile and laboratory analytical solutions.

This programme serves to gather all professionals from the mining, metals and minerals field. Malvern Panalytical’s application specialists will be flying in from its supply centre in the Netherlands, as well as from the region to present at this workshop.

Alongside esteemed guest speakers from the research industry, the company will share how to achieve better return-on-investment (ROI), quality control and efficiency by improving the way you analyse samples.

This seminar will take place on 25 July from 9:00-16:45 (GMT+8:00) in Australia.

Advances in Microcalorimetry Meeting 2019

Malvern Panalytical is hosting a one and a half day conference for users of isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC).

Registration for this event costs $150, and includes attendance at all scientific sessions, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, as well as an evening poster reception to be held on 7 August in the US from 9:00-17:00 (GMT-5:00).