Festive webinar - Your letters to Father Characterization

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00:00:00 Welcome
00:00:00 Near the North Pole
00:00:00 A message from Father Characterization
00:00:00 Mel Lambek Consultant
00:00:00 Paul Martin; Best Practice
00:00:00 Martin Griffith, Lakehead University
00:00:00 Samantha Villarreal, Instituto Tecnológico de Cd. Madero
00:00:00 Colin Germer; University of Wisconsin-Madison
00:00:05 John Hamilton, Ricoh UK Products Limited
00:00:05 Katarina Cerne, Faculty of Medicine; Institute of Pharmacology and Experimental Toxicology
00:00:05 Airama Albisa Novo, Nanoscience Institute of Aragon (INA)
00:00:05 Kate Hoffmann, California Lutheran University
00:00:05 Dr Reedall da Bukz, Nowhere College
00:00:05 Thank you all for your questions
To celebrate the knowledge, support and dedication of our employees we are introducing our first live panel discussion to help you solve your current challenges.

Our seasonally dressed experts will be live on Webcam to help.

Whether its related to helping you gain the most value out of your current instrument or to discover more about our latest technologies we encourage you to take this opportunity to ask our experts. We would also love to hear any feedback or success stories that you would like us to read and share with the Malvern community.


Dr. Alan Rawle - Father Characterization from our nearest to the North Pole US office. Alan has a degree in Industrial Chemistry and a PhD in catalysis, which was where he first encountered the topic of particle size. Celebrating his 26th year of service and 100th live webinar Alan is dedicated to assisting customers with their applications as well as writing, submitting & presenting peer-reviewed papers and application notes.

Dr. Paul Kippax - Chief Elf Correspondent from Malvern UK A chemist and colloid scientist by background, he first joined Malvern Instruments over 18 years ago as a technical specialist working in the field of acoustics. In 2002 Paul joined our product management team where he used his experienced gained working the pharmaceutical industry to become one of leading minds behind our flagship Spraytec and Mastersizer 3000 instruments.

Dr. Ronan O’Brien – Head of Reindeer Research and Development – North Northhampton – US Ronan leads a team developing biocalorimetry instrumentation and providing engineering support for current product lines. With a PhD in biophysical chemistry and many years of experience in the area of label free interaction analysis Ronan’s work is widely published, including contributions to a number of educational textbooks.