Malvern Panalytical is the proud platinum sponsor at AXAA 2020. Malvern Panalytical unveils intelligent solutions for research at AXAA. This spans from sharing new application methods to achieving better research analysis and data interpretation; to new intelligent technology with improved user interface that still delivers uncompromised data quality. Look out for our array of analytical techniques including elemental analysis, fusion bead sample preparation, particle size and shape monitoring and near infra-red to help your laboratory achieve the highest level of data quality assurance. 

HIGHLIGHTS AXAA:

Interactive sessions at our booth 

  • (Demo) 30 Apr, 12.30 – 1pm: Launch of the industry's intelligent XRD - Empyrean III for high quality automated batch analysis for different sample types 
  • (Demo) 1 May, 12.30 – 1pm: Superior data quality of rivalling that of floorstanding diffractometers with the Aeris compact XRD 
  • (Talk) 30 Apr, Theatre 3, 4.30 - 4.45pm: Dr Thomas Degan will present a talk on “Process monitoring from bauxite to aluminium X-ray  diffraction in combination with statistical methods”

     

Interested in improving your XRD data analysis & interpretation? Join our pre-AXAA workshops

  • 23 - 24 Apr (Perth): Better XRD data quality and results interpretation workshop. Register here
  • 27 - 28 Apr (Queensland): Better XRD data quality and results interpretation workshop at Bond University. Register here

Summary

Date:
April 29 2020 - May 01 2020
Time:
10:00 - 17:30
(GMT+10:00) AUS Eastern [Brisbane]
Country:
Australia
Location:
Bond University, 14 University Dr, Robina, Gold Coast, Australia, 4226
Event type:
Seminar
Language:
English

Speakers

Dr Thomas Degen, Senior Scientist at Malvern Panalytical’s supply center in the Netherlands

Dr Thomas Degen is part of the development team for Malvern Panalytical’s X-ray diffraction software – HighScore and HighScore Plus. These softwares are used in various industrial and academia research for the purpose of phase identification, quantification, refinement and much more. Dr Degen has a Ph.D. in the field of solid state chemistry at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Bonn, Germany. His research is mainly focused on algorithms and computing in the field of X-ray powder diffraction. He has more than 20 years of experience in analyzing XRPD data. As part of his work, Dr Degen often travels to conduct XRD data analysis workshops and training. He is the lead chairperson conducting Australia’s advanced HighScore XRD analysis workshops. Click here for course information

 

Dr. Detlef Beckers, Group Leader and Lead Scientist XRD at Malvern Panalytical’s supply center in the Netherlands

Dr. Detlef Beckers made his Ph.D. in Physics at the Research Center Jülich, Solid State Physics Institute, Germany in 1996. He joined Malvern Panalytical B.V. in 1996 (Philips Analytical B.V. at that time) in the position of Project Manager X-ray diffraction. He was responsible for the management of hardware development projects and (pre-) development of new optical XRD modules. He then moved into the position of Market Segment Manager Pharmaceuticals, Food and Life Science where he was responsible for applications and business development, and the co-ordination of the pharmaceutical, food and life science market activities within the company. Afterwards he was assigned as Product Manager Scientific XRD and today serves as Lead Scientist for Malvern Panalytical. His group is responsible for the development of new technologies, algorithms and analytical methods for X-ray diffraction, X-ray scattering and combined techniques.