EU Virtual Light Scattering Workshops & User Meetings

Join us weekly and Start your week with Wyatt-Tips and Tricks!

Please join us each Monday afternoon where you’ll find us online ready to train current customers on particular software features, functions and workflows. Registration is free for these events. In these sessions, we’ll have our Senior Application Scientists available to help you. This is also a great opportunity to interact with other scientists who utilize Wyatt light scattering instruments. Please view details and weekly topic list by date below.

When: Weekly on Monday afternoons-see weekly topic list below
Time: 14:00 CEST (duration 45-60 min.)
Location: Virtual
Register at the link above at no cost.

Who should attend:
  • Active users of Wyatt light scattering instruments seeking to engage with other light scattering colleagues around similar analytical challenges
  • Active Wyatt instrumentation users seeking to learn more about advanced topics related to Wyatt software

Pricing: Registration is FREE.

Date Theme Topic
March 22 ASTRA Read it from your baseline – Is the system ready?
April 12 ASTRA and HPLC System and Method Setup with ASTRA and HPLC CONNECT
April 19 DLS Optimizing Formulation Development using High Throughput-DLS
April 26 MALS Characterization of Biopolymers
May 3 DYNAMICS Elegance in DYNAMICS: Processing High Sample Throughput
May 10 ASTRA Formalisms in MALS: When to use Zimm, Debye, Berry or shape models?
May 17 SEC and FFF SEC or FFF: When is my sample separation good?
May 24 ASTRA Conventional and Universal Column Calibration: How to perform and when it is beneficial?
May 31 DYNAMICS Rh and kD, Mw and A2: Colloidal Stability
June 7 MALS Batch Light Scattering Experiments
June 14 DYNAMICS DLS with particles: Particle Concentration
June 21 ASTRA Protein Characterization: Protein Conjugate
June 28 Online DLS Benefits of DLS in flowing systems: Rh and Burchard-Stockmayer Plot in ASTRA


September 2020 User Meeting

New to light scattering or would like a refresher? We covered the basics of multi-angle and dynamic light scattering (MALS/DLS) and how these techniques can be combined with chromatography. Also provided is an overview of the fundamentals of light scattering, demonstrations on how to set up experiments in the lab, and discussion of tips and tricks for successful method development and data interpretation.

Check back soon for meeting presentations and materials!