TA Instruments and Waters are dedicated to customer success by sharing knowledge through our in-person and online training events. As laboratory environments and technologies continually evolve, our industry experts will keep you up to date on the latest analytical techniques and further refine your skills. Please refer to this page for information on upcoming webinars, training events, and seminars in your region. Additional trainings and customer events can be found at www.tainstruments.com and www.waters.com.

Upcoming Seminars & Trainings

Characterisation of Pharmaceutical Materials

October 16 & 17 – Belgium. On October 16th TA Instruments is organising a seminar on Characterisation of Pharmaceutical Materials, in collaboration with Prof. dr. Guy Van den Mooter (University of Leuven).This is followed on October 17th by instrument demonstrations in the TA Instruments application lab, where delegates will be able to see our most advanced technology in action on pharmaceutical samples.


Polymer Characterization Seminar

October 23 – Tåstrup, Denmark. This seminar will cover many of the techniques required to develop a deeper understanding of polymeric products – how is it going to perform and why, accelerating product development and troubleshooting of problematic products.


Extractables and Leachables Workshop

October 24 – Tåstrup, Denmark. This event will cover many of the new LC and MS technologies used to identify and quantify extractables and NIAS (Non-Intentionally Added Substances) from packaging materials.


UK Materials Characterisation Seminar

29th October – United Kingdom. This seminar is specifically intended for all scientists, chemists and lab managers who use TA Instruments or other systems and want to better understand the measurement technologies and industry-specific applications. The meeting features practical as well as more theoretical talks delivered by expert users from industry, academia and TA Instruments scientists.


Polymer Characterization Short Course

November 13 & 14 – New Castle, DE, USA. This ​is ​a ​two-day ​short ​course ​on ​the ​thermal ​analysis, ​size ​exclusion ​chromatography ​and ​rheology ​of ​polymers. ​ ​Special ​attention ​will ​be ​given ​to ​differential ​scanning ​calorimetry ​(DSC), ​thermogravimetric ​analysis ​(TGA), ​thermomechanical ​analysis ​(TMA), ​dynamic ​mechanical ​analysis ​(DMA) ​and ​gel ​permeation ​chromatography ​(GPC)…