Thursday October 6th 2016 – zaal Mission 1
What analytical scientists should know, but do not learn in school.
The vocational bachelor (hlo) diploma is a fantastic qualification for a good laboratory career. Hlo graduates have gained a great deal of knowledge and experience during their four years of education. However, the spectrum of analytical techniques encountered in industry is very much broader than what can be taught in school. The Analytical Sciences Talent Program (ASTP), an honors program run by the HAN and COAST. provides a great deal of additional knowledge to the participating students. In this seminar six ASTP graduates and students will explain the specific techniques and applications that they have encountered in (industrial) practice.
For all whom are interested in new analytical techniques.
|13.00 – 13.30||Welcome with coffee and tea
|13.30 – 13.40||Opening by Oscar van den Brink, TI Coast|
|13.40 – 14.00||Characterization of biopolymer networks in κ-carrageenan gel using nano probe diffusometry
Lonneke Zuidgeest – Hogeschool Leiden, ASTP, Unilever & WUR
|14.00 – 14.20||Not-understood, mysterious influences of binders on XRF results
Saskia Beerkens – Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen, ASTP, PANalytical
|14.20 – 14.40||Title will follow.|
|14.40 – 15.10||Break|
|15.10 – 15.35||Crystallization study of isotactic polypropylene with a hyphenated Raman-DSC system
Robert Voeten – Fontys, ASTP, DSM Resolve
|15.35 – 16.00||Two-dimensional capillary supercritical fluid chromatography (SFCxSFC)
Pascal Breuer – Hogeschool Rotterdam, ASTP, Shell TCA
|16.00||Round up with drinks|