New Thermal Analysis e-Training Offers Live Webinar and Self-Paced Content
METTLER TOLEDO e-training has been designed to help interested parties learn to interpret curves created by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), as well as thermogravimetric, thermomechanical, and dynamic mechanical analysis (TGA, TMA, and DMA, respectively). Each course offers live interaction with METTLER TOLEDO experts to enhance interpretation.
METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to offer e-training courses on DSC, TGA, TMA and DMA.
Each e-training course offers both self-paced interactive components and live webinar content that includes an opportunity to get important application questions answered by METTLER TOLEDO experts. Trailers that provide a feel for the content provided are available on the main thermal analysis e-training page.
Each final live webinar will be offered at three different times on the dates noted to encourage participation from around the globe. Self-paced content will be available immediately upon registration so that participants may complete it at their convenience. Login information for the live seminar will also be provided.
Upcoming live e-training sessions for 2016 are:
- 9/TMA Curve Interpretation - September 28th, 2016. It will cover topics such as TMA principles, measurements, and curves, as well as how they can be representative in absolute or relative units.
- DMA Curve Interpretation - November 23rd, 2016. This session covers how DMA can help with the characterization of properties such as vulcanization, swelling, decomposition, and elasticity.
Each course will assist interested parties in expanding their knowledge of important thermal analysis techniques. It will also explore the data produced by METTLER TOLEDO technology and ensure proficiency in results interpretation.
Content access will require a computer and Internet connection, as well as a one-time credit card payment of $100 USD.