Seminar
May 16, 2018 - May 16, 2018

For a 2nd year material science researchers from around the globe gathered for an innovative online experience where we explored the latest cutting edge analytical solutions used to enable the development of new and advanced materials. Watch presentations from leading materials scientists, access hundreds of technical papers and videos, and ask questions live – all without leaving your desk! Remember, this event already took place but registering will give you access to the presentations for all of 2018. 

When you register you’ll be able to:

  • Explore 12 different technique or application areas 
    • Battery/Energy Storage
    • Additive manufacturing
    • Nanotechnology
    • Raman
    • XPS
    • XRD
    • microCT
    • SEM
    • DualBeam
    • TEM
    • Rheology
    • Desktop SEM
  • Attend any of the scheduled presentations (all 9 if you want!)
  • Tour our library of webinars, applications notes, videos and more

When: Now, through 2018
Where: Your desk

Presenter Title of Presentation
Luigi Raspolini, Application and Product Specialist, PhenomWorld, Part of Thermo Fisher Scientific Examples of Analysis Time Optimization with Phenom Desktop SEM
Anthony Kotula, Chemical Engineer, NIST Simultaneous Rheology and Raman Spectroscopy for Characterization of Semi-crystalline Polymers in Additive Manufacturing
Daniel Chateigner, Professor, Technological Institute of Caen, Normandy University Nano-structures and Microstructures to Macro-properities: XRD at All Scales
Dr. Robert Palgrave, Reader of Inorganic and Materials Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University College of London Analysis of the Surface Phase in Photocatalytic Materials
Dr. Sanjeev Mukerjee, College Distinguished Professor, Director of Center for Renewable Energy Technology, Northeastern University Part 1: Analytical Approaches for Fundamental Understanding Electrocatalytic Processes: Advancing Fuel Cells for Tomorrows Future; Part 2: Making Next Generation Materials for Batteries with Higher Safety and Energy Density
Rainer Hebert, Associate Professor and Director of the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center at the University in Connecticut in Partnership with Pratt & Whitney

Dr. Mark Aindow, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Connecticut

Dr. Yu Sun, Post-doctoral Associate, University of Connecticut
Advanced Electron Microscopy Solutions for Characterization of Microstructures in Additive Manufacturing
Dr. Lili He, Associate Professor, Department of Food Science, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Engineered Nanomaterials: A Novel Method for their Detection in the Food Chain
Professor Gareth McKinley, MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering and Cambridge Polymer Group

Dr. Gavin Braithwaite, VP Research Cambridge Polymer Group
Quantifying Stickiness and Stringiness: Measuring Extensional Rheology with CABER Rheometer
Dan Thoma, Professor, Director of the Grainger Institute for Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison Strengths and Opportunities with Metal Additive Manufacturing

For a 2nd year material science researchers from around the globe gathered for an innovative online experience where we explored the latest cutting edge analytical solutions used to enable the development of new and advanced materials. Watch presentations from leading materials scientists, access hundreds of technical papers and videos, and ask questions live – all without leaving your desk! Remember, this event already took place but registering will give you access to the presentations for all of 2018. 

When you register you’ll be able to:

  • Explore 12 different technique or application areas 
    • Battery/Energy Storage
    • Additive manufacturing
    • Nanotechnology
    • Raman
    • XPS
    • XRD
    • microCT
    • SEM
    • DualBeam
    • TEM
    • Rheology
    • Desktop SEM
  • Attend any of the scheduled presentations (all 9 if you want!)
  • Tour our library of webinars, applications notes, videos and more

When: Now, through 2018
Where: Your desk

Presenter Title of Presentation
Luigi Raspolini, Application and Product Specialist, PhenomWorld, Part of Thermo Fisher Scientific Examples of Analysis Time Optimization with Phenom Desktop SEM
Anthony Kotula, Chemical Engineer, NIST Simultaneous Rheology and Raman Spectroscopy for Characterization of Semi-crystalline Polymers in Additive Manufacturing
Daniel Chateigner, Professor, Technological Institute of Caen, Normandy University Nano-structures and Microstructures to Macro-properities: XRD at All Scales
Dr. Robert Palgrave, Reader of Inorganic and Materials Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University College of London Analysis of the Surface Phase in Photocatalytic Materials
Dr. Sanjeev Mukerjee, College Distinguished Professor, Director of Center for Renewable Energy Technology, Northeastern University Part 1: Analytical Approaches for Fundamental Understanding Electrocatalytic Processes: Advancing Fuel Cells for Tomorrows Future; Part 2: Making Next Generation Materials for Batteries with Higher Safety and Energy Density
Rainer Hebert, Associate Professor and Director of the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center at the University in Connecticut in Partnership with Pratt & Whitney

Dr. Mark Aindow, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Connecticut

Dr. Yu Sun, Post-doctoral Associate, University of Connecticut
Advanced Electron Microscopy Solutions for Characterization of Microstructures in Additive Manufacturing
Dr. Lili He, Associate Professor, Department of Food Science, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Engineered Nanomaterials: A Novel Method for their Detection in the Food Chain
Professor Gareth McKinley, MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering and Cambridge Polymer Group

Dr. Gavin Braithwaite, VP Research Cambridge Polymer Group
Quantifying Stickiness and Stringiness: Measuring Extensional Rheology with CABER Rheometer
Dan Thoma, Professor, Director of the Grainger Institute for Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison Strengths and Opportunities with Metal Additive Manufacturing

Analytical Techniques for Advanced Materials is hosted by Thermo Fisher Scientific.