Webinar Date/Time: Wed, Apr 26, 2023 11:00 AM EDT
Raman spectroscopy techniques offer numerous benefits in analytical measurement, particularly in the energy sector. In this webcast, expert speakers will present case studies and cover how Raman can complement existing GC analysis to deliver rapid, actionable analytical measurement.
Raman spectroscopy techniques offer numerous benefits in analytical measurement, particularly in the energy sector. Gas chromatography [GC] and Raman spectroscopy have a wide array of applications in this space, including petroleum analysis, biofuels, and natural gas analysis.
In this webcast, expert speakers will present case studies and share their experience on a wide array of energy sector applications, showcasing the versatility of Raman spectroscopy. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of how Raman can complement existing GC analysis to deliver rapid, actionable analytical measurement.
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Who Should Attend:
Thomas Dearing, Ph.D.
Director of Chemometrics
Tom Dearing received his Ph.D. in Chemometrics at the University of Hull, England, specializing in reaction monitoring using spectroscopy and modelling. Tom is the Director of Chemometrics at MarqMetrix where he is focused on enhancing decision making through measurement and modelling.
Director of Product Management, Energy
Grant Kerkman brings over 10 years of operations and sales experience spanning the full value stream of the oil and gas industry. At MarqMetrix, Grant develops new Raman applications for the energy sector.
Director of Sales
John Richmond is the Sales Director at MarqMetrix. In his 35-year career, John has worked in senior technology roles for Bruker Corporation as VP of NIR & Process Technology, Brimrose Corporation, where he was responsible for the AOTF NIR products, and LT Industries, a dispersive NIR company. John has implemented Raman, NIR, and FTIR technology into many diverse markets including oil and gas, chemicals, pharma, biopharma, and food.
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