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  • March 25, 2019 To March 26, 2019

  • Workshop

  • Offline

  • Chemical Engineering


Analytical methods have been an indispensable area of interest for all chemical and environmental engineers, especially those involved in the qualitative and quantitative analysis of various process streams. The experience of various analytical instruments is vital and enables them to pursue research in many areas of modern science and technology. This workshop aims to equip participants with skills required to handle and operate sophisticated analytical instruments, which are imperative in the present industrial environment.

The workshop provides a sound knowledge of the basic principles of analysis, an understanding of the instrumentation involved and the opportunity to become familiar with practical techniques. The analytical instruments such as Gas Chromatograph, High Performance Liquid Chromatograph, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer, Volumer Trace Analyzer, Dynamic Foam Analyzer, Thermogravimetric Analyzer, Differential Scanning Calorimeter would be covered.

The workshop will comprise of two sessions. In the pre-lunch sessions, theoretical aspects like introduction to instrumentation, operation, troubleshooting, calibration, method development and limitations would be addressed. Ongoing research pertaining to the use of analytical instruments would also be presented by eminent researcher from allied organizations. The post-lunch sessions will consist of practical demonstration on various instruments, which will help to consolidate the presentations and discussion.

Additionally, the workshop will give participants the opportunity to present their research through posters. The best posters will be awarded.

All the participants will be awarded participation certificate.