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WEBINAR: HEAT CAPACITY MEASUREMENTS BY CALORIMETRIC TECHNIQUES – PART 2 : HEAT CAPACITY AT HIGH TEMPERATURE

When:  Tuesday, April 11th, 2017
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston)

In English – You can ask questions in French as well!

Specific heat capacity Cp can be simply defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a mass unit of material by 1 K at constant temperature and pressure. The determination of this thermophysical property of a material is essential in a large range of application fields, more particularly when the considered material has to be cooled or heated, whether it is during its synthesis, treatment, use, or recycling.
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REPLAY
Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
04:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia)
05:00PM (Japan, Korea)
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WEBINAR: HEAT CAPACITY MEASUREMENTS BY CALORIMETRIC TECHNIQUES – PART 3 : HEAT CAPACITY OF LIQUIDS

This third and last part of the webinar series on calorimetric measurements of specific heat capacity will focus more particularly on the challenges met with liquids. Continuous or stepwise methods are applicable as long as the effects linked with the vapor-liquid equilibrium are minimized or suppressed, for example with the use of dedicated calorimetric cells. We will provide the experimentalists with helpful tips and applications examples to assist with the heat capacity measurements and calculations.

WHEN:
Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston)in English
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Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
04:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia)
05:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English.
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You can ask questions in French as well!

 

 

WEBINAR: INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW THEMYS THERMAL ANALYSIS PLATFORM FOR TGA, HP-TGA, STA, DTA/DSC, EGA

The new THEMYS thermal analysis platform will be introduced. It was designed to provide our users with better experimental control, quality results, instrument versatility and ease of use. Some of its main features & benefits will be presented, like:

  • Operating temperatures up to 1750 °C at atmospheric conditions or under vacuum, or up to 1 200 °C under pressures as high as 150 bar (2175 PSI).
  • Gas flow management options varying from single inert gas flow up to highly complex blends with up to 4 mass flow controllers, gas switching and blending devices, vacuum pumps and gauges
  • Three types of balances: HIGH SENSITIVITY, HIGH CAPACITY and HIGH VERSATILITY
  • TWIST & LOCK thermocouple connections, EASY FIT DTA/DSC rods, AUTO-TARE

Several applications will be shown as examples, including standard tests (CuSO4.5H2O, CaC2O4 at 50 bar), gas sorption, high temperature corrosion, and coal pyrolysis at 5 and 10 bar.

WHEN:
Tuesday, June 13rd, 2017
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston)in English
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Wednesday, June 14th, 2017
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
04:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia)
05:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English.
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You can ask questions in French as well!

FEMTO 13

The Conference on Femtochemistry

Topics

  •     Reaction dynamics and influence of conical intersections
  •     Solvation phenomena and hydrogen-bond dynamics
  •     Chemical dynamics at surfaces, interfaces, and nanostructures
  •     Dynamics in Proteins, DNA, Polymers and Macromolecules
  •     Primary processes in photobiology and photon energy capture
  •     Electron dynamics in atoms, molecules and solids
  •     Atomic and molecular structural dynamics resolved in space and time
  •     Strong field science and control of laser-matter interactions

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IMRC 2017

The XXVI International Materials Research Congress

The Sociedad Mexicana de Materiales (SMM) and the Materials Research Society (MRS) welcome you to the XXVI International Materials Research Congress (IMRC 2017)

The Sociedad Mexicana de Materiales (SMM) will be hosting the XXVI International Materials Research Congress (IMRC 2017) in Cancún, México, August 20-25, 2017. The venues of this event are the luxurious JW and CasaMagna Marriott Hotels.

In this series of annual meetings, the SMM, in partnership with the MRS, offers an exciting multidisciplinary stage to present new directions in materials research and technology, as well as valuable opportunities to exchange ideas with some of the foremost experts in the field.

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WEBINAR: THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY APPLIED TO THE CHARACTERIZATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL MATERIALS, FORMULATIONS AND DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS

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All along the development and production process of a pharmaceutical material, dosage form or drug delivery system, thermal analysis and calorimetry provide valuable data on the materials structure or stability. They offer key data for the understanding of polymorphism, for the determination of amorphous content, of materials purity, for the stability of the dosage form. The webinar will introduce examples of application of DSC (differential scanning calorimetry), TGA (thermogravimetric analysis), EGA (evolved gas analysis), and microcalorimetry related to polymorphism, purity, thermal stability, protein based formulation (unfolding, aggregation), and API-excipient compatibility.

This webinar will be of interest to engineers and researchers involved in the characterization of pharmaceutical materials, or anyone with specific interest in drug formulation or delivery system.

WHEN:
Tuesday, September 19th, 2017
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston) in English

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Wednesday,September 20th, 2017
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
03:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia)
04:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English

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WEBINAR: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: NEW CONCEPTS, NEW PROCESSES, NEW MATERIALS. HOW AND WHEN THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY MAY HELP?

image-3d-printing-bdAfter quickly introducing additive manufacturing and some of the available methods, we’ll cover the needs that can be addressed by thermal analysis techniques all over the production process: from the powder or filament to the final material.

The main thermal analysis techniques that can be valuable for the researcher or engineer interested in additive manufacturing will be introduced. Examples will be presented, covering the different steps in the production process, different materials (polymers, ceramics, metals), and the different thermal analysis testing needs.

WHEN:
Tuesday, October 17th 2017
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston) in English
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Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
03:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia)
04:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English
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WEBINAR: INNOVATIVE CALORIMETRY SOLUTIONS WITH HIGH PRESSURE, STIRRED CELLS

600-1-WEBINAR-31.01.18High pressure calorimetry is a widespread technique for the characterization of materials and their reactions under process-like conditions for many applications. For example, the energy industry use it for gas hydrates formation / dissociation studies in the context of flow assurance or energy storage. The process safety field use it to produce thermodynamic data at the laboratory scale that can be used to design safe production processes.

After quickly introducing the calorimeters range of SETARAM Instrumentation, the presentation will focus on new high pressure cells with the capability of mechanically stirring the measured sample or reaction medium. As it will be showed with examples, this new type of cells solves a number of limitations of the currently available technologies. They have been developed and patented by the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour, and licensed to SETARAM Instrumentation for their industrialization.

The webinar will be valuable for the researcher or engineers interested in high pressure calorimetry.

Note: For those that experienced difficulties with a WEBEX log in window in French in the past, please note that a short procedure for switching language to English will be provided with your registration confirmation.

ONLINE:
Tuesday, January 30th 2018
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston) in English
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REPLAY:
Wednesday, January 31st  2018
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
04:00PM (Singapore, Malaysia)
05:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English
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WEBINAR:THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY APPLIED TO THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE

SETARAM is pleased to invite you to our next 2016 Thermal Analysis Webinar.

We hope this information will help you further for your material science research and inspire your imagination.

When:
Tuesday, January 24th, 2017,
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin) – 10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston) in English.
You can ask questions in French as well!

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is defined as the temporary storage of thermal energy at high or low temperatures. As most of the renewable energy sources (solar, wind, …) are intermittently available, the target of TES is to improve performances of energy systems with a smoother supply and an increased reliability. The three main types of thermal energy storage use sensible heat, latent heat or thermochemical heat. For each TES mode, various types of transitions or reactions are exploited.

The webinar will focus on how the thermal analysis and calorimetric methods can be used to investigate the different TES techniques and to characterize the transitions or reactions of typically used  materials (fatty acids, paraffins, organic substances, inorganic salts, adsorbents, clathrates).

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WEBINAR: Introduction to Calorimetry, Thermal Analysis and some of their applications to the nuclear field

When:

Tuesday, Fabruary 14th, 2017 at4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin) – 10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston)in English. You can ask questions in French as well!

Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry provide solutions for the research and thermal characterization of nuclear materials, and for the quantification of radioactive elements throughout the civil nuclear energy sector: extraction of uranium ore, conversion and enrichment of uranium, manufacture of fuel, design of reactors, recycling of spent fuel, treatment of waste, etc. The webinar will focus more on the characterization of the fuel (thermophysical properties, preparation, reactivity) and wastes (data to characterize their transport in the environment, their treatment processes, and their heat production).

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WEBINAR: INTRODUCTION TO CALORIMETRY, THERMAL ANALYSIS AND SOME OF THEIR APPLICATIONS TO THE NUCLEAR FIELD (REPLAY)

When:

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 at 09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin) – 04:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia) – 05:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English. You can ask questions in French as well!

Thermal Analysis and Calorimètre provide solutions for the research and thermal characterization of nuclear materials, and for the quantification of radioactive elements throughout the civil nuclear energy sector: extraction of uranium ore, conversion and enrichment of uranium, manufacture of fuel, design of reactors, recycling of spent fuel, treatment of waste, etc. The webinar will focus more on the characterization of the fuel (thermophysical properties, preparation, reactivity) and wastes (data to characterize their transport in the environment, their treatment processes, and their heat production).

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WEBINAR: HEAT CAPACITY MEASUREMENTS BY CALORIMETRIC TECHNIQUES – PART 1 : HEAT CAPACITY OF SOLIDS

When:  Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
5:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
11:00AM EDT (New York, Boston)

In English – You can ask questions in French as well!

Specific heat capacity Cp can be simply defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a mass unit of material by 1 K at constant temperature and pressure. The determination of this thermophysical property of a material is essential in a large range of application fields, more particularly when the considered material has to be cooled or heated, whether it is during its synthesis, treatment, use, or recycling.
Register now

REPLAY
Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
04:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia)
05:00PM (Japan, Korea)
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WEBINAR: HIGH TEMPERATURE SOLUTION CALORIMETRY (ALEXSYS CALORIMETER) TO STUDY THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS, PHASE DIAGRAMS, AND SURFACE ENERGETICS OF NANOCOMPOUNDS

Webinar-December

After quickly introducing the high temperature calorimetry line of SETARAM, the presentation will focus on Alexsys: the calorimeter design, methods of operation, practical tips, and applications. The latest research data from the Peter A. Rock Thermochemistry Laboratory will be presented concerning carbon and oxide nanomaterials, polymer derived ceramics, metals/alloys, and batteries materials.

The webinar will be valuable for the researcher or engineers interested in thermodynamic properties of materials, especially at high temperature.

With special guest – Dr. Kristina Lilova,  Peter A. Rock Thermochemistry Laboratory, University of California, Davis.

WHEN
Tuesday, December 19th 2017
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston) in English
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Wednesday, December 20th, 2017
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
04:00PM ( Singapore, Malaysia)
05:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English
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Gulf Coast Conference

The Gulf Coast Conference is a non-profit organization oriented toward the education and advancement of knowledge of Chemical Analysis Technology associated with the Petrochemical, Refining, and Environmental fields, and will forward this goal through annual technical meetings, regular communications, and training courses focused on these fields.

Come to meet us!
Booth # 609

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WEBINAR: INNOVATIVE CALORIMETRY SOLUTIONS WITH HIGH PRESSURE, STIRRED CELLS

High pressure calorimetry is a widespread technique for the characterization of materials and their reactions under process-like conditions for many applications. For example, the energy industry use it for gas hydrates formation / dissociation studies in the context of flow assurance or energy storage. The process safety field use it to produce thermodynamic data at the laboratory scale that can be used to design safe production processes.

After quickly introducing the calorimeters range of SETARAM Instrumentation, the presentation will focus on new high pressure cells with the capability of mechanically stirring the measured sample or reaction medium. As it will be showed with examples, this new type of cells solves a number of limitations of the currently available technologies. They have been developed and patented by the University of Pau and Pays de l’Adour, and licensed to SETARAM Instrumentation for their industrialization.

The webinar will be valuable for the researcher or engineers interested in high pressure calorimetry.

Note: For those that experienced difficulties with a WEBEX log in window in French in the past, please note that a short procedure for switching language to English will be provided with your registration confirmation.

ONLINE:
Tuesday, January 30th 2018
4:00PM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
10:00AM EDT (New York, Boston) in English
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REPLAY:
Wednesday, January 31st 2018
09:00AM UTC+1 (Paris, Berlin)
04:00PM (Singapore, Malaysia)
05:00PM (Japan, Korea) in English
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SUMMER SCHOOL AND WORKSHOP IN CALORIMETRY AND THERMAL ANALYSIS 2018

Calorimetry and thermal methods in material science”

Calorimetry and thermal analysis methods, alone or linked to other techniques, will be described and applied to the characterization of catalysts, oxides, metals, supports, adsorbents, polymers, composites, food, pharmaceuticals, mesoporous solids, ionic liquids, phase change materials, heat storage materials, hydrogen storage materials. Examples will be given in various domains: catalytic reactions, air and wastewater treatment, clean and renewable energies, refining of hydrocarbons, green chemistry, hydrogen production and storage, CO2 capture, interseasonal heat storage, food chemistry, polymers…

The described techniques will be the following: calorimetry, DSC (differential scanning calorimetry), TGA (thermogravimetric analysis), DTA (differential thermal analysis), TPD (thermoprogrammed desorption), TPR/TPO (thermoprogrammed reduction/oxidation), and coupled techniques as  Calorimetry – Volumetry, TG-DSC-MS, TG-FTIR, DSC – Gas Chromatography, Calorimetry – UV / Visible spectroscopy, Calorimetry – HPL Chromatography, Titration and flow calorimetry, modulated DSC,..

Thematic workshops on case studies will be organized according to the scientific interests of the participants (i.e. CO2 capture, hydrogen storage and production, thermochemical heat storage, polymer decomposition, catalytic active sites characterization, experimental set-up and instruments calibrations, experimental data interpretation…). Participants are invited to submit their wishes in the registration form (“Remarks” section).  Participants are encouraged to submit a 1 page summary of their work to be considered for poster presentation during the workshop. Experts in the various domains of thermal analysis will be available for discussions.

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