From measuring principle to application - characterization of color and pigment dispersions

From measuring principle to application - characterization of color and pigment dispersions


This practice-oriented webinar on the characterization of color and pigment suspensions is being held by Anton Paar in cooperation with the European Center for Dispersion Technologies EZD. Application-oriented lectures by experienced speakers deal with practical characterization using rheology, STEP technology for stability assessment, dynamic and static light scattering for particle size determination, and color measurement.

Target group:
Chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and process engineers from industry and research who deal with product formulation, manufacturing, and characterization as well as with the practical application.

• Basics for the formulation and dispersion of color and pigment dispersions
Speaker: Dr.-Ing. Felipe Wolff-Fabris, EZD
9:00-9:30 am

• Color measurement
Speaker: Dr. Linda Mittelberg, SKZ
9:30-10:00 am

Break: 10:00-10:15 am

• Particle size characterization using dynamic light scattering and laser diffraction analysis
Speaker: DI Giorgia De Matteis, Anton Paar GmbH
10:15 Uhr-10:45 am

• Rheology
Speaker: Dr. Christopher Giehl, Anton Paar Germany GmbH
10:45-11:15 am

• Stability analysis
Speaker: Prof. Dietmar Lerche, LUM GmbH
11:15-11:45 am

Answers to open chat questions: 11:45 am-12:00 pm

Every web seminar is recorded. When you register, you will automatically receive a link to the recording a few days after the event.

語言: English
講師: Giorgia De Matteis, Linda Mittelberg, Felipe Wolff-Fabris, Prof. Dietmar Lerche, Dr. Christopher Giehl
Christopher Giehl

Dr. Christopher Giehl has been with Anton Paar since 2018, first as a trainer and product specialist for rheometry, now as a product competence team manager with a focus on training and communication. He studied mineralogy with a major in material sciences, holds a doctorate in volcanology from University of Tübingen (Germany), and was a lab manager and assistant professor for experimental mineralogy at Kiel University (Germany).