BCA XRF Industrial Group Meeting – 17 June 2015, Leicester
BCA XRF Industrial Group Meeting 2015
09:30 Registration, coffee and exhibition
Chair: Ros Schwarz
10:00 High Quality XRFS Analysis of Soils and Sediments – A Combined Approach – Neil Eatherington, PANalytical Ltd, Environmental Science Centre
10:30 Systematic bias in the reporting of XRF results for trace elements at concentrations approaching the detection limit – evidence from the GeoPT proficiency testing programme – Peter Webb, The Open University
11:00 Exhibition and coffee
Chair: David Taylor
11:30 From R&D to Manufacture: The Challenges of XRF Analysis in Industrial Catalyst Production – David Maclachlan, Johnson Matthey
12:00 Report on DOT-2 and Introduction of DOT-3 – David Beveridge & Heather Harrison
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
Chair: Heather Harrison
14:00 New Applications in XRF Analysis including Small Samples, Layers and Small Spots by WDXRF – Didier Bonvin, Thermo
14:30 New Electrical Fusion System for X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis – Rainer Schramm, FLUXANA GmbH & Co. KG
15:00 Exhibition and tea
Chair: David Beveridge
15:30 XRF Fusion: The Use and Care of Platinum Laboratory Ware – Frédéric Davidts, SOCACHIM, Brussels, Belgium
16:00 Considerations for XRF Method Development – Danielle Tasker, ALS
16:30 From Pressed Powder Pellets to Palaeozoic Mantle Processes – Adrian Band, University of Leicester
Abstracts are being added to the BCA XRF Industrial Group meeting website as they become available.
Register online on the meeting’s website.
Early bird registration fees (£74 or £37 concessions) are available until 21st May. Thereafter the registration fee is £84 or £42 concessions.
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