Speed and Cost of Ownership

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  • Date: Oct 14, 2014 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Presenter: Julian Wills and Sanja AsendorfThermo
  • Categories: Atomic
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Speed and Cost of Ownership


Broadcast on October 14, 2014

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Productivity (throughput) and cost of ownership are key features of modern analytical instrumentation that enable modern routine laboratories to maintain low cost per sample and capitalize on return on investment. This webinar presents the innovative features and technologies for ICP (atomic spectroscopy) based analysis that provide the speed and confidence in analytical results and results in higher productivity, including

  • Discrete sampling
  • Autodilution and Quality Control
  • Reduced installation and operational costs
  • Common platform Qtegra ISDS software

Key learning objectives

  • Learn about new sample handling approaches that increase productivity and reduce sample preparation ‘overheads’
  • Discover how software can take the pain out of data handling and manual interventions in routine analysis
  • Learn how developments in automating routine analysis can reduce cost per sample

Who should attend?

  • Managers of government, contract, QA/QC or effluent monitoring laboratories
  • High throughput laboratories such as those involved in contract analysis, environmental and used oil analysis
  • QA/QC instrument operators, Compliance officers
  • Scientists interested in new technology for environmental analysis/monitoring applications

Your Presenters

Julian Wills

Dr Julian Wills

Senior Application Specialist &
Qtegra ISDS Software Product Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Julian Wills: Biography

Julian has over 20 years experience in ICP-MS, including both high resolution and quadrupole systems. He spent 5 years as a research assistant at the NERC ICP-MS Facility, United Kingdom before accepting a post-doctoral position at Université de Montpellier II, France. Upon completion of his post-doc, Julian joined Thermo Fisher where he has spent the past 15 years working with the complete ICP-MS product range, including the recent iCAP Q quadrupole release.

Sanja Asendorf

Sanja Asendorf

ICP-OES Application Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Sanja Asendorf: Biography

Sanja graduated in Marine Environmental Sciences at the Carl von Ossietzky-University of Oldenburg, Germany in 2011. Her master project was about the geochemistry of Antarctic sediments and pore waters in regard to global climate changes within the past century. After another scientific project in Antarctica in the 2011/2012 season, Sanja started a scientific employment at MARUM (Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, Bremen, Germany) where she investigated human induced coastal changes within the past millennium.

In April 2014, Sanja joined Thermo Fisher Scientific as an Application Specialist for ICP-OES, where she supports the customer with the development and implementation of new methods and regulations in their laboratory routines.

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