Session date: Thursday 12 October 2023
Stay up to date with the most recent developments in sensor technologies, focusing on complex parameters such as pesticides, PFAS, and microplastics. During this course, we'll delve into the exciting possibilities offered by Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (MIPs) and their potential to revolutionise water quality monitoring, addressing current challenges in the field.
By the end of this course, participants will:
- have knowledge of the underlying physicochemical principles of sensors for complex parameters
- gain insight into the complex nature of parameter groups with a wide variety of chemical characteristics (e.g., PFAS or pharmaceuticals) in relation to sufficiently sensitive sensor technologies for such groups
Admission requirement: Completion of secondary school education with chemistry and preferably physics at the final examination level. Previous practical experience with sensor technologies is not required.
Please note: Training will only take place if there are sufficient registrations and there are costs associated with this training course.