Robert Weinberger, president of CE Technologies, has been presenting capillary electrophoresis short courses for a number of years at ACS meetings and the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS).
This course will be an introduction to capillary electrophoresis and is designed for those who have considered working with CE and for those who have some experience in CE.
Benefits from this course:
- Understand the theory and applications of capillary electrophoresis.
- Find out how capillary electrophoresis can simplify your separation problems.
- Learn how to perform separations that are not possible by GC or LC.
- Diagnose instrumentation and chemistry problems that are unique to capillary electrophoresis.
- Know which questions to ask a manufacturer before you buy an instrument.
8:00 Registration 8:30 Morning Training Session 12:00 Lunch 1:00 Afternoon Session 5:00 Conclusion
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About this course
"Introduction to Capillary Electrophoresis" is a one day course designed to allow you to become immediately productive in your lab. The fundamentals of electrophoresis are explained through the use of diagrams illustrating how ions move about under differing experimental conditions. Following this approach, rational methods development becomes easy to understand. Application areas covered include proteins, peptides, small molecules and chiral recognition. Scientists from pharmaceutical, chemical, agricultural, food, clinical, forensic, and biotechnology laboratories will find plenty of overlapping applications areas. An abbreviated course outline is given below.
|Capillary zone electrophoresis|
|Micellar electrokinetic chromatography|
|Stacking and trace enrichment|
About the Instructor
Dr. Robert Weinberger is well known in the field of HPCE having written the textbook "Practical Capillary Electrophoresis". He also writes a monthly troubleshooting column in American Laboratory and is the instructor for the American Chemical Society Short Course on the subject. He has been active in HPCE since 1987 and performed or consulted on hundreds of separations. An internationally recognized scientist, he has published 40 papers in the fields of HPLC and HPCE including some of the first clinical and forensic applications by CE. Formally employed by Technicon Instruments and Applied Biosystems, Dr. Weinberger is now a full time consultant in the field of capillary electrophoresis. His primary products are training courses, workshops, software, databases and methods development/validation in his own laboratory.