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Advanced DLS Techniques for Academia & Industry: Innovations in Nanoparticle Characterization
Thursday, April 04, 2024, 10:30am - 12:30pm

Join David Jacob, a pioneer in Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) technology, for an in-depth exploration of cutting-edge DLS applications and methodologies across academic research and industrial sectors. This two-hour lecture will cover:

  • Fundamentals of DLS and the importance of data interpretation
  • Advanced algorithms for monomodal and polymodal analyses
  • In-situ, contactless DLS measurements: a paradigm shift in particle analysis
  • DLS applications in food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, energy, and environmental sciences
  • Real-world case studies showcasing DLS in action, including:
    • Remote DLS and High-flux SAXS for nanoparticle synthesis monitoring
    • In-situ kinetics monitoring of microwave-assisted nanoparticle synthesis
    • Particle size measurement in supercritical CO2 synthesis reactors
    • Nano-plastic detection in ocean water
    • Analysis of biopharmaceutical injectables
  • Live demonstration of in-line measurements using the VASCO KIN instrument

The lecture will conclude with a Q&A session, providing an opportunity for participants to engage directly with David and discuss specific applications or technical inquiries related to their work.

This session is ideal for both DLS newcomers and experienced professionals seeking to expand their knowledge of the latest advancements and applications of DLS in research and industry. Don't miss this chance to learn from a leading expert in the field and discover how DLS can revolutionize your work in nanoparticle characterization.

Hosted by Professor Christopher Shuck

Location CCB-3217