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New DVS Product Roadshows (DACH)



Surface Measurement Systems is pleased to announce free local seminars introducing NEW Dynamic Vapor Sorption instrumentation and applications.

Dates and Venues:

University of Bonn University of Darmstadt Basel, Switzerland
9am – 12nn 11am – 2pm 1pm – 4pm


  • Introduction and DVS History by Dr. Daryl Williams
  • New Dynamic Vapor Sorption Product Launch: Innovation in Sorption Science
    by Dr. Vladimir Martis
  • New Sorption Science Application: Understanding Water Sorption Behavior in Complex Amorphous Solids by Dr. Daryl Williams
  • New Dynamic Vapor Sorption Product Demonstration (SMS Staff)

Speaker Biographies:

Dr. Daryl Williams

B.Sc.(Hons.) Physical Chemistry, University of Melbourne in 1980, MSc.(Polymer Science) Lehigh University in 1983 and PhD Chemical Engineering Department, Imperial College London His current research interests focus on the characterisation of particulate materials and material surfaces. Current projects include Characterisation of Multi-Component Vapour-Solid Adsorption Phenomena, Surface Energy Characterisation of Complex Organic Powders, Micromechanics of Agglomerates, Physicochemical Properties of Hydrates and Polymorphic Particulate Materials Diffusion/Permeability of Small Molecules in Glassy Materials using Inverse Gas Chromatography, Freeze Drying, Powder Adhesion and Milling, Protein Crystallisation.

Dr. Vladimir Martis

Vladimir Martis is the DVS product manager for Surface Measurement Systems, Ltd located at SMS worldwide headquarters in London, UK. He received his Master’s degree in Materials Engineering from Trencin University of Alexander Dubcek in 2004. He received his engineering doctorate degree (EngD) in Molecular Modeling and Materials Simulation from the Chemistry department at University College London in 2012. Since joining SMS in 2013, he has continued working in the development of advanced in-situ experimental surface science techniques using molecules as a probes instead of X-rays for studying catalysts, zeolites, MOFs, polymers, films, carbon, composites, glasses, pharmaceutical and food applications under real industrial conditions. Dr. Martis has authored and co-authored 8 publications in peer-reviewed journals and presented at several international conferences.


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