This year’s Pittsburgh Conference (or Pittcon for short) is taking place in Chicago, from March 1 – March 5, 2020. I noticed the earlier early bird time frame for Pittcon short courses. As in previous years, there is a large section of short courses relevant to conferees. And this year is no different: There are four courses on the program which you might find of interest. And this might be especially true if you happen to be our customer.
Registration Deadline approaching
The discounted short course pricing is valid until January 23rd. However, regular registration is still possible even after that until the conference starts in March. It would be great to see you there! Topics include light scattering, sampling, particle sizing, zeta potential, and chromatography. So this might be ideal to become more familiar with any of these subjects. By the way, this is not instrument-specific, so the techniques and principles rather than specific features of any manufacturers are part of the teaching program. In fact, slides are strictly science.
Here is a list of the courses involving some of our Malvern Panalytical scientists, presenting at Pittcon 2020.
List of short courses
This excerpt from the Pittcon short course program has direct links to classes
- SC1250. Fundamentals of Particle Size Analysis with an Emphasis on Light Scattering. By Alan Rawle, on Monday, March 02, 2020. This is a full-day course.
- SC1252. Sampling for Particle Size Analysis. By Alan Rawle, on Tuesday, March 03, 2020. This is a half-day course.
- SC1236. Dynamic Light Scattering, Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, and Zeta Potential; Characterization of Nano-Materials. By Ana Morfesis, on Tuesday, March 03, 2020. This is a half-day course.
- SC1265. Separations: Fundamentals of advanced Gel Permeation GPC & Size Exclusion SEC Chromatography Detection. By Carrie Schindler, on Tuesday, March 03, 2020. This is a popular half-day course.
The above links go to more detailed descriptions, and registration is possible through Pittcon directly. Of course, we will also be exhibiting at the conference. So if you do attend any short course in Chicago this year, please do come by and visit us! And if you were planning to check out a short course, register now – to take advantage of the early bird discount this year.
Visit us at booth: 3911, 4011
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