METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to announce the dates of its 2017 conference exploring Flash DSC technology.
With heating rates exceeding 7 decades, the MEMS-based chip method gives researchers the ability to analyse crystallisation and reorganisation processes that were previously impossible to measure.
Scientists from around the world will present research using the MEMS-based microchip technology. An optional fourth day, 30 November, will provide in-depth instruction on setting up Flash DSC experiments.
Talks will be designed to shed light on uses of this innovative and exciting thermal analysis technique.
The tentative topic list for the 3 day conference session includes Tg of polymer nanorods, thermal behaviour of polyamide recyclate, investigations of polyurethane crystallisation and polymer crystallisation/melting.
A fee of $250 admits attendees to all talks and includes lunches on all 3 days and the conference dinner on Tuesday night.
The optional fourth conference day, offering attendees an opportunity to receive hands-on training in the use of Flash DSC technology, costs an additional $350. Those wishing to attend the training only, can do so for a fee of $675.