Do you want to achieve the best performance and new levels of productivity and efficiency from your ICP-OES instrumentation? If so, then this presentation is for you...
This presentation will provide you, as an ICP-OES user, with some useful tips to identify and overcome the most common causes of unplanned downtime and inconsistent results.
Using insights from expert industry knowledge and technical experience, users will be able to achieve the best performance from their instrumentation, and achieve new levels of productivity and efficiency in their spectroscopy workflows.
Eric Vanclay, Spectroscopy Supplies Product Marketing Manager, Agilent Technologies, Melbourne, Australia, will teach you some tips and tricks for ICP-OES that take the pain out of everyday operation, and introduce you to new workflows for routine ICP-OES analysis that reduce downtime, increase throughput, and improve data quality. Furthermore, you will learn more about tools and best practices that can be implemented in your lab to enable simple operation and reduce downtime and gain some useful insights into more challenging applications and how to tackle them using ICP-OES.
More about the presenter...
Eric Vanclay graduated from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Chemistry in 1985. He has since completed further postgraduate studies in Marketing. He joined Varian in 1988 and has worked in a number of roles including Atomic Absorption Product Specialist, Atomic Absorption Product Manager, Export Marketing Manager, European Field Sales/Applications Specialist (atomic spectroscopy), ICP-OES Product Manager and MP-AES Product Manager. After the acquisition of Varian by Agilent Technologies, Eric took on the role of Spectroscopy Supplies Product Marketing Manager, with responsibility for field sales support, customer support, product development and marketing of the spectroscopy supplies. He has over 30 years' experience with all of the atomic spectroscopy techniques. He is based at Agilent’s Spectroscopy Technology Innovation Centre in Melbourne, Australia.
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