The SelectScience Editors are pleased to announce a complimentary, educational webinar entitled “Become a Smooth GC and GC-MS Operator,” featuring guest speaker Eric Phillips.
Does your GC or GC-MS system need a tune up? Everyone faces common challenges presented by the constant operation of laboratory instrumentation. When you are faced with unscheduled or unplanned delays due to system or method failures, smooth your operations by becoming well versed in the maintenance and optimization of your GC and GC-MS systems.
In this webinar you will learn how to clearly define your instrument problems, how to identify possible solutions and implement the changes needed to ensure optimal results every time.
Eric Phillips, Senior Global Applied Markets Manager for the GC and GC/MS product line at Thermo Fisher Scientific, holds a BS in Chemistry from the University of North Florida and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Eric began his career working in an environmental laboratory managing the extractions laboratory and analyzing samples using GC and GC/MS. Eric currently focuses on bringing solutions across the product lines and technologies to the modern chromatography laboratory.
Dr. Ami Miller, Associate Editor at SelectScience, will be leading a live Q&A with Eric Phillips following the webinar.
Date: Thursday October 18th 2012
Time: 8.00am PST/ 11.00am EST/ 16.00 BST
Check the time of the webinar in your country here.
Duration: 45 minute discussion and 15 minute live Q&A
Learn more or register for this educational webinar here.
About SelectScience Webinars
SelectScience webinars provide attendees with the opportunity to learn by exploring case studies, discovering new techniques and solutions and questioning industry experts during live Q&A sessions. The webinars are hosted by a member of the SelectScience editorial team and offer an educational tool for laboratory scientists on the latest technologies, best practices and novel solutions.
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