Part 1: Elemental analysis of food, feed, and beverages
Wednesday, June 08, 2022, 11:00 AM CESTComplexities in the food, feed and beverage supply chain require analytical solutions that will protect both consumers and producers. With the Thermo Scientific Elemental Analysis Platform, you can address QC, authenticity and origin of your samples through scalable, software-driven workflows that will provide you with the capabilities your lab needs today, with flexibility for the future
Part 2: Elemental analysis in agricultural practices
Thursday, June 09, 2022, 11:00 AM CEST
Soil and fertilizers testing are critical to sustain optimal growth and development for plants and to provide full transparency of food production for consumers. Thermo Scientific Elemental Analysis Platform enables you to perform all your wt% and isotope CHNSO analysis on one technological platform, delivering simplicity and productivity to your laboratory.
Explore how wt% and isotope elemental analysis deliver QC, authenticity, and origin answers to variety of food and feed samples such as sugar, meat, rice, juice, dairy, tea or super-foods
Learn how to expand your capabilities with a flexible elemental analysis platform that grows with you
Learn about sample preparation, sample introduction and EA settings to integrate and optimize this technology in your routine analysis
Lab managers and analysts that have analytical challenges in elemental analysis of food and feed samples
QA/QC and research laboratories that want to keep up to date and also be ready for future challenges
Scientists/chemists/analysts interested in using isotope fingerprints
Graduated in biochemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Biochemistry at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Liliana had worked as researcher in the field of industrial chemistry before joining Thermo Fisher Scientific in 1994 as Global Product Specialist in Organic Elemental Analysis (OEA). Since 2019, in her role as OEA Application Manager, Liliana is supporting customers with technical and analytical demonstrations and numerous collaborations for the optimization of new analytical methods covering different application fields such as agronomy, marine science, environmental, and food and animal feed.
Oliver holds a university degree in Geoscience/Geochemistry and a PhD on dissolved organic matter at Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena, Germany. He has been part of the gas IRMS team at Thermo Fisher Scientific Bremen for 20 years in his role as a Product Specialist and R&D Lab Engineer, focusing on water analysis, dual inlet techniques and coupling of elemental analyzers to IRMS.
After completing her PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Geoscience Center Göttingen, Germany, Meike joined Thermo Fisher Scientific Bremen in 2021 as a Product Evaluation Specialist and supported development of the new software for gas IRMS – Qtegra ISDS Software. Since 2022 Meike has taken on Product Specialist role focusing on elemental analyzer instrumentation and gas equilibration analysis, developing applications and methods for isotope analysis in a variety of fields.
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