Why modern software is the key to unlocking your instrument’s full potential

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  • Date: Oct 3, 2013 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Presenter: Marine Beauvir, James HannanThermo
  • Categories: Atomic
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Why modern software is the key to
unlocking your instrument’s full potential

Broadcast on October 3, 2013 
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Getting from sample to results can be a daily challenge for analysts due to the complex collection of protocols, documents and references. Instrument hardware can’t help overcome these obstacles, so in today’s busy laboratories modern software is essential to simplify the analytical workflow and improve laboratory efficiency.

By combining an informative presentation with a real demonstration using Thermo Scientific Qtegra ISDS software for ICP instrumentation, attendees will see first hand how software can optimize analysis and instrument workflows, help users avoid common pitfalls of method development and ensure data compliance first time, every time.

Who should attend?

  • ICP technology users
  • Trace metal or trace elemental analysis laboratory managers
  • Environmental, industrial, QA/QC, pharmaceutical and clinical analysis fields

Your Presenters

Marine Beauvir

Marine Beauvir

Applications Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Marine Beauvir: Biography

Marine Beauvir is the ICP-OES Application Specialist at Thermo Scientific in Cambridge, UK. Marine received her MSc in Analytical Chemistry, France and has over 10 years’ experience in method development and analysis of difficult sample matrices by ICP-OES.

James Hannan

James Hannan

Applications Chemist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

James Hannan: Biography

After studying physics with astrophysics at the University of Manchester, James Hannan worked at the Alcontrol environmental contract laboratory in Chester. Having gained 4 years environmental analysis experience and knowledge of numerous techniques such as Photometric spectroscopy and ICP-OES, he moved to Envirolab, Manchester. Here he setup and validated methods and procedures for ICP-OES and Photometric spectroscopy analysis for their new inorganics laboratory. After completing this setup and performing routine analysis for 2½ years, James joined the Thermo fisher Scientific ICP-OES applications team, based in Cambridge. Here he has worked as an applications chemist and environmental specialist for 2 years.

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