Structure and surface characterization of porous membranes
Join us for this live webinar on the characterization of porous materials, in particular porous membranes. In the course of the webinar, we will cover the theoretical aspects of different analytical methods and discuss selected applications. You will also get insights into the right instrument selection for characterizing nano- and microporous materials.
Featured topics will include:
- How to characterize pit arrays on PDMS membranes used for fabrication of functional thin films with atomic force microscopy
- How to determine various properties and effects of flat sheet and hollow fiber polymer membranes with surface charge analysis, including fouling and the effect of membrane cleaning
- Structural analysis of nano-porous membranes used in e.g. modern energy storage devices by grazing-incidence X-ray scattering (GISAXS)
2018-12-04, 09:00 - 10:00
Trainer: Heiner Santner, PhD
Heiner Santner (PhD) has completed a PhD in technical chemistry from Graz University of Technology and held a postdoctoral position at ICMAB - Barcelona with a research focus on synthesis and characterization of energy storage devices by X-ray scattering methods. Since 2006 he is a product specialist for small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering instrumentation at Anton Paar and has developed a deep expertise in SAXS/WAXS/GISAXS instrumentation and its application to the analysis of nano-structured materials like colloidal systems and thin films.
Contact person and registration:
DI (FH) Sonja Haberl
Tel.: +43 - 316 - 257 - 2750
Registration deadline is already over.