UK Materials Characterisation Seminar
29th October 2019
Imperial War Museum North
TA Instruments, a division of Waters Ltd, is pleased to invite you to our UK Materials Characterisation Seminar for 2019.
This seminar is specifically intended for all scientists, chemists and lab managers who use TA Instruments or other systems and want to better understand the measurement technologies and industry-specific applications.
It will also be a great opportunity to meet and discuss any questions you may have with the applications and service specialists. If you are not yet using these characterization techniques this is the perfect seminar to find out what benefits they can offer your company. We are also pleased to introduce the recently formed Waters and TA Instruments’ Materials Science Initiative which is dedicated to understanding the developing scientific and business needs of companies within the chemicals and materials sciences and to feed that understanding into our continuing development of innovative products and solutions through our TA Instruments and Waters portfolios.
The meeting features practical as well as more theoretical talks delivered by expert users from industry, academia and TA Instruments scientists.
The seminar will start around 09:00 with sign-in and coffee and will finish around 16:30. Registration is free of charge and includes lunch and refreshments.
Is spinning silk hard work? Insights from rheological and thermal analysis
Chris Holland – Dept. Materials Science and Engineering, Sheffield University
“Intentionally” made amorphous substance to quantify “unintentionally” produced amorphous materials: Decades of hands-on experience
Mridul Majumder – M2M Pharmaceuticals
Dynamic mechanical characterization and fatigue testing of industrial and biomaterials
Mohammad Haris – TA Instruments, Germany
Overview of biomechanical testing and tissue evaluation at the Henry Royce Institute
Leyla Zilic – Henry Royce Institute, Manchester University
Using modulated differential scanning calorimetry to determine the impact of crystallinity in polyethylene terephthalate bottle processing
Patrick Brown – ColorMatrix Group, PolyOne Corporation
Optimisation of thermal analysis methodology for transition analysis – one size fits all?
Philip Davies – TA Instruments, United Kingdom
Rheology in real life
Peter Hodder – TA Instruments, United Kingdom
Accelerating product development through deeper understanding of structure-property relationships: unlocking the analytics
Ben MacCreath – Waters Corporation
Tuesday, 29th October 2019
9:00 until 16:30
Imperial War Museum North
The Quays, Trafford Wharf Road,
For more information on this seminar, please contact Line Vanden Eede.
Registration for this event has been closed at this time.