Thermo Fisher Scientific
Inductively coupled plasma–optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) is one of the major techniques used for trace elemental analysis. However, the technique is not without its limitations, which include:
This webcast will focus on the most recent advances in ICP-OES that address these challenges and ensure that they are no longer barriers to your elemental analysis.
Sebastian Weyermann, Product Manager ICP-OES, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
After graduating with a degree in chemistry and economics in 2012, Sebastian joined Honeywell as a procurement specialist. One year later he moved into the role of a product manager for bulk fine chemicals and later he took over the role as product manager for the new Honeywell Lab chemical business unit. In 2018, he moved to Thermo Fisher as product manager for AA and ICP-OES instruments.
Nora Bartsch, Product Specialist ICP-OES, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
After finishing her education as a chemical technical assistant, Nora joined Thermo Fisher Scientific in Bremen in 2010. In 2016 she became an application specialist for ICP-OES, where she supports the customer with the development and implementation of new methods and regulations in their laboratory routines.
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