Short Courses

October 1, 2011

Spectroscopy

Volume 26, Issue 10

Short Courses

October 2011

31 Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy for Fuel Cells (Electrochemical Society sponsored short course at the Fuel Cell Seminar)

Orlando, FL

www.che.ufl.edu/orazem/Short_Courses.htm.

November 2011

14 High-Throughput Drug Analysis by LC–MS

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14 Hands-on FTIR, NIR and Data Analysis — What Is the Right Tool to Solve Your Problem

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14 Introduction to Metabolomics

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14 Introduction to Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Applications in the Pharmaceutical and Biotech Industries

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14 Interpretation of Mass Spectra with Practical Solutions to Problems

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14Practical Introduction to Raman Spectroscopy

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14 Impurity and Degradant Identification: Strategies for Structure Elucidation via Chromatography, MS, and NMR

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14–15 LC–MS: Theory, Instruments, and Applications

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14–15 Interpretation of Mass Spectra with Practical Solutions to Problems

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

14–15 Infrared (IR) Spectral Interpretation I & II

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

17 Practical Introduction to Raman Spectroscopy

Somerset, NJ

www.eas.org

March 2012

12 Introduction to Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry

Orlando, FL

www.pittcon.org

12 Side Illuminated Optical Fiber Sensor with a High Density of Sensing Points

Orlando, FL

www.pittcon.org

13 Fundamentals of Particle Size Analysis with an Emphasis on Light Scattering Techniques

Orlando, FL

www.pittcon.org