Join us Monday, February 12, 1-4 PM
|Wyatt Presentation: DLS Theory, Applications, and Extended Characterization
|Q&A and Break
|Lab: Hardware/Software Overview and Experimental Design
Location: CNSI 5th Floor Presentation Room
Dynamic light scattering (DLS) is a light scattering measurement that measures the diffusion behavior of nanoparticles and macromolecules and is a valuable rapid screening tool for size, aggregation, and interaction parameters. This event will review the theory behind DLS and how to apply the theory practically to nanoparticle analysis.
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Presenter name and title: Parker Lee Ph.D., Field Application Chemist II
Bio: Parker Lee has over 12 years of academic and industry research experience joined Wyatt Technology in 2022. He is responsible for working with customers to ensure that they can utilize Wyatt’s light scattering instrumentation most effectively to improve and accelerate their research. He earned his Ph.D. in Macromolecular Science and Engineering from Case Western University. He lives in San Diego with his wife, son, two dogs, a cat, and a tortoise.