JUN 08, 2017 08:00 AM PDT
WEBINAR: Next generation ICP-OES & ED-XRF instruments + better analytical techniques = improved laboratory profitability
SPONSORED BY: SPECTRO
CONTINUING EDUCATION (CME/CE/CEU) CREDITS: P.A.C.E. CE | Florida CE
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Speakers:
  • Product Manager for ICP-OES, SPECTRO Analytical Instruments
    Biography
      Olaf Schulz is the Product Manager for ICP-OES and is responsible for the strategic development of the complete product line including application development and product support. Olaf's experience in optical emission spectroscopy for materials analysis and testing spans more than 30 years. With an engineering degree in physics, he started his career in the auto industry, initially at Robert Bosch GmbH and then at Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG. Olaf moved to SPECTRO Analytical Instruments GmbH in 1989 with assignments in application development, sales, and marketing.
    • Senior Product Manager, SPECTRO Analytical Instruments
      Biography
        Dirk is the Product Manager for XRF instruments and is responsible for the strategic development of the complete product line, including application development and product support. Dirk's experience in spectroscopy began with his graduate work in physics at the University of Siegen. There he worked with Fourier-transform spectrometry in the UV-vVs spectral range in combination with inductively-coupled plasma. Dirk moved to SPECTRO Analytical Instruments GmbH in 1990 with assignments in quality control, training, application development, and marketing.

      Abstract:

      DATE: June 8, 2017
      TIME: 8:00am PT, 11:00am ET

      In today’s heavily regulated world, many environmental laboratories find themselves facing a dilemma: regulators demand stricter element analysis requirements with higher precision and lower LODs while at the same time, their budgets for testing remain static or are in decline. 

      Environmental labs facing these challenges therefore have only one recourse to maintain profitability – improve sample throughput while simultaneously improving analytical performance. 

      With adherence to approved scientific methods, this webinar will explain how next generation instrument technology, in combination with appropriate sample preparation techniques, can help meet these challenges. 

      What we’ll discuss 

      • Overcoming common challenges with environmental samples 
      • Selecting the best technology based on sample prep requirements
      • Improving testing efficiencies
      • Reducing cost by the application of modern technology 

      Who should attend 

      • Lab manager/supervisor
      • Lab director/chief scientist
      • Project leader
      • Lab technician/research assistant
      • Professor/instructor

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