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Free Webinar: Introduction to Industrial Forensics
« on: March 13, 2013, 03:15:30 pm »
Free Webinar: Introduction to Industrial Forensics
Event Date: Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Time: 11 a.m. EST
Duration: 45 min.
Presenter: David Exline, Senior Vice President & Antonio Scatena, Laboratory Manager at Gateway Analytical
Host: Shawn Wilhelm, Marketing Coordinator, at Gateway Analytical


Highlighted Topics Covered:
- Sourcing and controlling contamination in raw materials, processes and products
- How industrial forensics can address issues such as contamination, discolorations, product defects and more
- Sample preparation for various analytical testing techniques, including microscopy, SEM/EDS, FTIR and Raman
- Interpretation of the data collected and what conclusions can be made
- Example case scenarios utilizing industrial forensic analysis

Webinar Overview:
Industrial Forensics is a specialized field of examination that leverages the expertise of forensic analysis and problem solving and applies these principles to difficult manufacturing and product investigations. Often times, particulate contamination occurs in products, processes and customer related investigations. In other instances, the need of detailed problem solving methodologies are required to determine the source of failures, discolorations, product defects and possibly to understand the nature of similar products through reverse engineering and deformulation.
This webinar is designed for manufacturing managers, quality control managers and analytical lab personnel. During this webinar, our presenters will discuss the various areas of an industrial forensic investigation, including contamination testing to control contamination of raw materials, processes and products; different types of quality control systems; and take the audience into the lab to discuss how to prepare samples for testing using various analytical techniques including microscopy, SEM/EDS, FTIR and Raman. They will also discuss how to interpret the data collected and what type of conclusions can be made from your findings. Finally, our presenters will provide example case scenarios to demonstrate the methodology of industrial forensic analysis.