The new aurora M90 from Bruker defines new performance standards in ICP-MS combined with ease of use and robustness required in today’s modern laboratories.
The patented ingenious ion optic design combined with the innovative collision / reaction interface cell delivers highest selectivity and class leading sensitivity, which supersedes all other quadrupole ICP-MSs offered on the market and matches even sensitivity standards set by sector field ICP-MS, all combined with ease of use, robustness, low-cost of ownership and low instrument investment need.
The webinar will explain the technical realization of the instrumentation and demonstrate the benefits for the most challenging applications in ICP-MS analysis.
Who should attend?
Dr. Meike Hamester, Director European ICP-MS Marketing, Bruker Daltonics, Berlin, Germany Meike Hamester’s passion for ICP-MS started in the early ’90s at the University of Hamburg, Germany. During her thesis with the title ‘Minimization of spectral and non-spectral interferences using ICP-MS’ she got acquainted with the challenges of ICP-MS in the early stages. Having finished her thesis she moved from Hamburg to Bremen in Germany to work for Finnigan and its successor Thermo Fisher Scientific as the product manager for ICP-MS. In January 2012 Meike joined Bruker Daltonics as European director for ICP-MS. Meike is based at Bruker in Berlin, Germany where Bruker operates the Application Laboratory for ICP-MS.
Andrew Toms, ICP-MS Specialist, Bruker Daltonics, Milton, Canada Andrew Toms has been involved with ICP-MS since his undergraduate studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. After completing his Masters degree at University of Windsor where he studied mercury contamination in lake sediments, Andrew joined Varian Canada as a technical support chemist in 2000, in Mississauga, Ontario. Following 10 years with Varian in applications support and customer training, he joined Bruker Daltonics as an ICP-MS Specialist in May 2010, based out of their applications laboratory at their Milton location, near Toronto.