Join us for a thrilling GPC/SEC training experience!

It’s September again, and that means it’s back-to-school time!  However, things will inevitably look a little different this year with the prevalence of remote learning and virtual classes.  While we lament our inability to meet face-to-face, at Malvern Panalytical we’re utilizing this opportunity to increase the accessibility of our training courses

As a result, for our GPC/SEC users, we will offer a single-day program dedicated to our legacy TDA platform, followed by a separate single-day course focused on the popular OMNISEC system with its expanded software features.  The courses will be led from the US but all are welcome to join!

TDA & OmniSEC v5 software

  • Date: September 29, 2020
  • Time: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm eastern / 8:00 am – 2:00 pm pacific
  • Location: online via Microsoft Teams

This course is designed for users of the Viscotek brand of GPC/SEC equipment, including TDA 305, SEC-MALS 20, TDA 302, HT-GPC 350, 270 Dual detector, and OmniSEC v5 software

Click here to register for the TDA & OmniSEC v5 software course!

OMNISEC & OMNISEC v10+ software

  • Date: September 30, 2020
  • Time: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm eastern / 8:00 am – 2:00 pm pacific
  • Location: online via Microsoft Teams

This course is geared toward users of the OMNISEC system, OMNISEC REVEAL, UPLC-compatible REVEAL, and the OMNISEC v10+ software

Click here to register for the OMNISEC & OMNISEC v10+ software course!

Action shot of the exciting virtual learning discussion on the merits of low angles for accurate static light scattering molecular weight calculations!  Awesome!

Course topics

The agenda for the training courses will be similar, but each will include instruction on the corresponding software platform.  Each of the training courses will discuss general GPC/SEC theory, how each detector works, the analysis options available, and guidance when working with data and your instrument.  Therefore, specific topics covered in the courses include:    

  • Detector theory (RI, UV/Vis, Light Scattering & Viscometer)
  • Conventional, universal, & multi-detection calibrations
  • Compositional & branching analyses
  • Data interpretation, good practice & troubleshooting

In addition, questions during the courses are welcomed and encouraged.  In fact, the Microsoft Teams format allows attendees to submit questions via the chat functionality and the non-presenting host(s) can answer during the presentation.  Not only does this save time, but it also provides a record that we can share for future reference!

Don’t forget to register!

Above all, make sure you enroll! Furthermore, please visit the registration pages for the TDA & OmniSEC v5 software course and the OMNISEC & OMNISEC v10+ software course for details.  And last, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email me at kyle.williams@malvernpanalytical.com.  See you in class!

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