Free Webinar

Small-Angle Scattering for Cosmetic Chemistry
​​​​​​​Josh Marlow, Univ. of New South Wales
Winner, ASCC Award - Best Australian Research

Wednesday 27 September
​​​​​​​17h West Coast USA - 18h Mexico City - 19h Chicago / Bogotá - 20h East Coast USA - 21h Sao Paolo
​​​​​​​Thursday 28 September
1h London - 2h Central Europe / S. Africa - 3h Tel Aviv - 5h30 New Delhi - 8h Singapore / HK / China / Taipei - 9h Korea / Japan - 10h Sydney - 12h Wellington

About the Webinar

Small-angle scattering techniques such as small-angle neutron scattering (SANS), small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), and ultra-small-angle neutron scattering (USANS) are powerful techniques that clarify the structural properties of systems, including nanoparticles and colloids. These techniques provide fundamental information about the structures of surfactants and polymers, their self-assembly, and interactions.  And, a notable advantage is that measurements are performed in the solution state.

Learn how these techniques can be put to use to improve - our develop new - formulations.

About the Presenter

​​​​​​​Joshua Marlow is postdoctoral researcher at the University of Sydney with an expertise in surfactant self-assembly and small-angle scattering, and his work has spanned industry, academia, and government. Having completed his PhD examining the interplay of surfactants and nanoparticles in liquid crystal systems at Monash University, Josh has since worked at the University of Sydney engineering wormlike micelles. Recently at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), Josh was responsible for connecting industrial and commercial users with the unique capabilities afforded by small-angle scattering.

  • Perry Romanowski, IFSCC Chair of Education

    Webinar Host

  • Josh Marlow, University of New South Wales

    Webinar Host

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