Portable and wearable sensors are gaining significant momentum, but they are not just for elite athletes and medical applications. In addition to their small size and flexibility, screen printed electrodes (SPEs) are highly sensitive and selective, enabling them to address a variety of applications across many industries. SPEs can be customized – which has ignited a rapid development of sensors across environmental, chemical, food, and agriculture and drives the development of simple-to-use single parameter analyzers.
In this webinar, Dr. Kevin Pavlick from Innolyzer Labs will share his experience developing a dedicated sensor. His case study will walk the sensor from R&D to real world quantification of hydrogen sulfide in an industrial environment. We will also discuss the wide application range for screen printed electrodes and a template for developing a customized sensor. Dr. Laura Fernández Llano from Metrohm DropSens will give a short overview of the latest SPE and measurement technology that helps make this research possible.
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Key Learning Objectives
Learn about steps involved in sensor development
Learn about SPE electrode customization to meet your research needs
Learn the basic principles of electrochemical sensors and how measurements are made
Who Should Attend
R&D scientists, chemists and lab managers from pharmaceutical, food & beverage, refining, environmental, and research institutes involved in new sensor development
Industrial users curious about the availability and applicability of sensor applications
Anyone needing customized SPE electrodes for their research or scale up
Anyone involved in electrochemical & sensor research
Kevin P. Pavlick, Ph.D., Co-founder and COO, Innolyzer Labs
Laura Fernández Llano, Ph.D., Product Manager, Metrohm DropSens