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IGC Symposium 2015

Inverse Gas Chromatography Symposium 2015

The iGC Symposium 2015 is a two-day event on Inverse Gas Chromatography (IGC) technique for materials characterisation and is being held in Newark, New Jersey on 4th & 5th May 2015. This symposium is organised by Surface Measurement Systems Ltd.

The event is driven by the increasing demand for advanced experimental techniques for characterising the physical and surface chemical properties of complex particulate solids.

The aim is to facilitate interdisciplinary interactions within the research community and will feature international speakers from both industry and academia discussing their experiences in using the IGC technique.

Speakers and Presentations

  • Application of Inverse Chromatography Techniques to Separation and Materials Science In Industry-Government-Academic Research for 50 Years
    Dr Jerry Wayne King, University of Arkansas
  • Applications of IGC to Mineral Processing
    Prof Kristian Edmund Waters, McGill University
  • Using Inverse Gas Chromatography to Measure Processing Effects on Cellulose Nanofibril Surface Energy
    Dr Douglas Gardner, University of Maine
  • Applications of IGC on Biocomposites
    Angelica Legras, University of Queensland
  • Utility of Inverse Gas Chromatography in Consumer Product Research and Development
    Dr Steve Page and Mr Shashi Jain , Procter & Gamble
  • Surface Analysis of Modified Carbon Nanofibers for Composites
    Dr. Michael Papantonakis Naval Research Laboratory
  • Adsorption Isotherms of Some Alkyl Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Surface Energies on Partially Dealuminated Y Faujasite Zeolite by Inverse Gas Chromatography
    Anett Kondor, Surface Measurement Systems
  • Application Science Support: Practical Advices (e.g for high BET SSA samples)
    Anett Kondor, Surface Measurement Systems
  • Application of iGC for Formulation Development
    Mr Vincent Abeyta, Boehinger-Ingelheim
  • Understanding the Impact of Bulk and Surface Characteristics of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients on Their Cohesion and Blending Behaviour
    Dolapo Olusamni, Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS)
  • Particle Engineering in Pharmaceutical Solids: Surface Energy Considerations
    Dr Daryl Williams, Imperial College London
  • Coupling Bulk and Surface Properties to Predict Powder Flowability: Statistical Approach and the Granular Bond Number
    Dr Raimundo Ho, AbbVie
  • Informative Value of IGC as a Characterization Technique for Pharmaceutical Solids
    Rodolfo Pinal, Purdue University
  • An Investigation Into the Potential Use of Insilico Prediction Techniques in Rationalising Inverse Gas Chromatography (iGC) Behavior
    Dr David Merrifield, University of Leeds
  • iGC as A Tool in Process Induced Amorphous Phase Characterization and Surface vs Bulk Behavior
    Dan Burnett, Surface Measurement Systems
  • The symposium was held at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Newark International Airport.

    Address: 128 Frontage Road, Newark, NJ, 07114
    Telephone number: +01 973 690 5500