Ask an expert! series of webinars
A new way to get your questions answered
At Malvern Panalytical, we aim to support research and sharing our expertise is a great way of doing this. For 2021, we bring you our Ask an expert! webinar series - 12 new webinars alongside our fantastic global webinar series.
Our 'Ask an expert’ live webinars are designed for students, researchers, and professors alike who want to sharpen their analytical methods, deepen their knowledge, or find out how to improve their data. We’ll provide extensive materials analysis information and answer incoming questions on each topic.
Each webinar covers an aspect of sample preparation, data collection or analysis. They are free to join, and you can attend as many as you like to support your research or build your knowledge across the year. The table below has information about the topics we will discuss at each event, with links to register for upcoming sessions.
Why not sign up for Malvern Panalytical event notifications? You will be notified a month in advance of each event to make sure you don't miss out!
Don’t forget to check regularly to see what’s new, and explore our Research Themes pages for information on different topics at any time.
See you there!
Do you have a question for our experts?
If you have a question for our experts which you would like discussed in our upcoming events, please submit your question at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or using the #MPexpert hashtag on Twitter.
Questions and data can be submitted up to 10 days before the webinar and will be answered during the event - just let us know which event they are for and start asking!
Automated Image Analysis, best practice guide
Our next Ask an Expert! eventRegister now
|2021 Date||Ask an Expert! Topic||Webinar Title|
|2nd Mar||X-ray fluorescence||Sample preparation for XRF analysis: the basics and some useful tips|
|30th Mar||X-ray diffraction||Get the best from Rietveld refinement|
|8th Apr||Nanometrics||Top 5 tips for the Zetasizer|
|27th Apr||Imaging||Automated Image Analysis, best practice guide|
|4th May||X-ray diffraction||Best practices for PDF analysis on a laboratory instrument|
|3rd Jun||Diffraction||Things I wish I knew about Laser Diffraction before writing my Thesis|
|13th Jul||X-ray fluorescence||Getting the best out of Omnian WD XRF semiquantitative analysis|
|7th Sep||SEC/GPC||Dive deeper into multi-detection OMNISEC samples analysis|
|21st Sep||X-ray diffraction||In operando battery analysis|
|5th Oct||Microcal||Microcalorimetry: A versatile tool for the characterization of biomolecular interactions|
|26th Oct||Nanometrics||Zetasizer Frequently Asked Questions|
|16th Nov||X-ray diffraction||Best practices in Thin Layers Analysis|
Feel free to attend any of the classes, it is free of charge.
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