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  • A Structure Productivity Relationship study for the optimization of ethylene polymerization: TIBCO Spotfire® and Lead Discovery applications in the Oil & Gas, Biomass and Material Science Sectors
    • A Structure Productivity Relationship study for the optimization of ethylene polymerization: TIBCO Spotfire® and Lead Discovery applications in the Oil & Gas, Biomass and Material Science Sectors

    • Without a clear and simple electronic tool for data capture and analysis, researchers in the Oil & Gas, Biomass and Material Science sectors have been trying to advance their fields in the 21st century with the same tools used by Galileo.
    • Presenter: Joshua Bishop , Company: PerkinElmer Informatics
    • Duration: 60 min
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  • Researchers in Oil & Gas, Biomass and Material Science have long been forced to utilize paper notebooks, Excel macros and pivot tables to capture and analyze data. With near limitless technologies at their fingertips used to produce the necessities of modern life, the data generated from these facilities is still being captured with pencil and paper. This is a result of no-one producing a suitable solution for non-life science research. This lack of innovation has lead to problems ranging from trivial issues with Excel, to the more serious situation of missing a patent filing date. Without a clear and simple electronic tool for data capture and analysis, researchers in the Oil & Gas, Biomass and Material Science sectors have been trying to advance their fields in the 21st century with many of the same tools used by Galileo.

    The latest offering of E-Notebook and data visualization tools from PerkinElmer are an ideal solution for today’s non-life science researchers. With the Lead Discovery application for TIBCO Spotfire®, researchers can quickly identify the newest catalyst for biomass pyrolysis, reformate production or olefin polymerization. They can determine optimal reactor conditions with real-time yield and selectivity calculations. And, they can produce all of this knowledge with no SQL query or requests to the IT department. In this webinar we will identify and provide a solution for the current challenges of electronic data capture and analysis outside of the Life Sciences.

    Attendees of this webinar will learn to:

    • Create Structure Productivity Relationship tables for novel catalyst studies
    • Observe real time results of changes to reactor conditions
    • Automatically calculate yield and selectivity of products from raw data
    • Capture research from ideation to publication

    Who should attend this webinar in the Oil & Gas, Biomass and Material Science Sectors:

    • Associate Chemists
    • Chemists
    • Senior Chemists
    • Resevoir Engineers
    • Chemical Engineers
    • Associate Scientists
    • Scientists
    • Senior Scientists
    • Directors
    • Senior Directors
    • Process Engineers
    • Control Engineers
    • Technicians 
    • Fluids Engineers

     

     

     

     

     

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