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2015 ILSC

Wyatt's 24th ILSC "Light Scattering in the Nano World" was held on November 3-4, 2015 at the Four Seasons Biltmore Resort in Santa Barbara, CA.

View the ILSC 2015 schedule.

View 2015 ILSC Photos.

Read a review by Dr. Robert L. Stevenson in American Laboratory.


Plenary Speakers

Vince Hackley, Ph.D. - National Institute of Standards and Technology
Project Team Leader, Nanoparticle Metrology for Health and the Environment

Quantitative Analysis of Functional Nanoparticles with an Introduction to NIST Reference Material Development for Nanotechnology Characterization

Vince Hackley

Frank von der Kammer, Ph.D. - University of Vienna
University Assistant, Vice Head of the Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Head of the Nanogeosciences Division and the Nanoparticle Analysis Laboratory

FFF-MALS-ICPMS Methods for the Analysis of Nanomaterials in Substances and Products

Frank von der Kammer

Paul Russo, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Hightower Chair in Biopolymers

Light Scattering Measurements of Anisotropic Polymers and Colloids: Milking the Non-spherical Cow

Paul Russo

Philip Wyatt, Ph.D. - Wyatt Technology Corporation
CEO

Light Scattering and Nanoparticles… from its Long History to Proteins and Various Structures

Philip Wyatt

Light Scattering in Life Sciences, Chemistry and Biotechnology

Joseph Arndt, Ph.D. - Biogen
Senior Scientist, Chemistry & Molecular Therapeutics

Challenges of Maintaining Structure-Function Complexity of Protein Biologics Throughout the Manufacturing Process

Joseph Arndt

David Cistola, M.D., Ph.D. - University of North Texas Health Science Center
Vice President for Research & Innovation, Professor of Integrative Physiology & Anatomy, and Principal Investigator of the Nanoparticle Diagnostics Research Center

Profiling Nanoparticle and Microparticle Distributions in Human Blood using Dynamic Light Scattering and Other Biophysical Methods

David Cistola

Joseph Glajch, Ph.D. - Momenta Pharmaceuticals
Director of Analytical Development

SEC-MALS for the Characterization of Complex Drugs and Sugar-Protein Complexes of Immunological Importance

Joseph Glajch

Erica Ollmann-Saphire, Ph.D. - Scripps Research Institute
Professor of Immunology & Microbial Science; Co-Director, Center of Excellence, Global Virus Network

The Molecular Toolkit of Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers

Erica Ollmann-Saphire

Brian Shoichet, Ph.D. - UC San Francisco
Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Colloidal Aggregation in Drug Discovery & Pharmacology

Brian Shoichet

 


Short Courses were held Nov. 2, 2015

Introductory and advanced light scattering courses covered introductions to techniques such as SEC-MALS, FFF-MALS, DLS, and CG-MALS, as well as offering refreshers on ASTRA or DYNAMICS software. The series of half-day courses were held at Wyatt Technology HQ, and were not only a great way to prepare for ILSC, but also a good excuse for traveling to Santa Barbara in November! View course schedule.

 

Focus Meeting was held Nov. 5, 2015

A one day meeting focusing on method development for light scattering applications in the formulation of biotherapeutics was held after ILSC and addressed practical issues encountered in light scattering applications to biologic and small-molecule therapeutic formulation. Guest speakers from industry as well as Wyatt scientists discussed how they meet these challenges. View Focus Meeting schedule.

 

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