HORIBA Scientific, a global leader in fluorescence spectroscopy systems, is pleased to be offering a free webinar on the challenges of evaluating water quality.
The webinar, entitled, “Application of Spectroscopic Parameters in Evaluation of Water Quality,” will be offered on Thursday, November 13th, at 8:00am PST/10:00am CST/11:00am EST. It will be moderated by Laura Bush, Editorial Director of Spectroscopy. Content will be provided by Dr. Tarun Anumol, Post-Doctoral Researcher from the University of Arizona, Snyder Research Lab. He will be discussing the need to detect contaminants of anthropogenic and industrial sources with near real-time techniques to that are robust, easy to implement and cost-effective to evaluate water quality.
This webinar will explore the ability of spectroscopic techniques like UV absorbance and fluorescence to evaluate water quality. In addition it will cover the feasibility of online real-time spectroscopic-based sensors to reliably predict treatment process efficacy. It is ideal for analytical chemists, environmental chemists, water treatment plant operators and water industry professionals and consultants.
To register for the free webinar, please click here.