26 Oct 2022
Malvern Panalytical to host Future Days event to engage partners on latest trends and insights of the advanced materials industries
Malvern Panalytical, a leading analytical instrumentation supplier, today announces that it will host a unique forward-looking online event, ‘Future Days’, on November 8 to explore the future of energy storage systems and additive manufacturing industries. By engaging with customers, suppliers, and partners through this two-track event, consisting of two-hour online events, Malvern Panalytical will help bring different industry parties together to discuss and shape what’s next.
Stakeholders in the batteries and additive manufacturing industries – including academic researchers, start-up professionals, and industry R&D experts – are enabling important opportunities in the functional performance, sustainability, and recycling capabilities of their industries. Tapping into these opportunities, however, involves relying on strong material characterization capabilities. Through its range of advanced materials instruments and services, Malvern Panalytical has been a key facilitator of progress to these industries. To harness and share its people’s expertise, as well as to engage professionals in the battery and additive manufacturing industries around the key themes and developments affecting these industries, Malvern Panalytical will host its online Future Days event on November 8.
These events will cover a range of relevant topics, including how these industries can effectively deal with sustainability and recycling, the possibilities for chemistry and analysis within both segments. In addition, the battery manufacturing event track will cover insights into the research around green hydrogen technologies, while the additive manufacturing event track will deep dive into how X-ray fluorescence can detect contaminants in metal powders, how non-destructive testing of additive manufacturing can use X-ray powder diffractions, and the possibilities for automated powder processing systems for metal powders. For a full agenda of the battery industry event track, please click here. For a full agenda of the additive manufacturing industry event track, please click here.
Gjalt Kuiperes, Sector Director Advanced Materials Malvern Panalytical: “The best way to predict the future is to create it! And, at Malvern Panalytical, we are helping to shape the future not only through our instruments and services, but also through our collaborations and engagements with industry partners. That’s why we warmly invite all our customers, partners, and industry peers to join us for our special Future Days events. Together, we will deep dive into what the future will bring – and most importantly, how we can be a part of it!”
For more information, and to register for Malvern Panalytical’s Future Days event, please visit the dedicated webpage here.
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About Malvern Panalytical
We draw on the power of our analytical instruments and services to make the invisible visible and the impossible possible. Through the chemical, physical and structural analysis of materials, our high precision analytical systems and top-notch services support our customers in creating a better world. We help them improve everything from the energies that power us and the materials we build with, to the medicines that cure us and the foods we enjoy.
We partner with many of the world’s biggest companies, universities and research organizations. They value us not only for the power of our solutions, but also for the depth of our expertise, collaboration and integrity. We are committed to Net Zero in our own operations by 2030 and in our total value chain by 2040. This is woven into the fabric of our business, and we help our employees and customers think about their part in creating a healthier, cleaner, and more productive world. With over 2300 employees, we serve the world, and we are part of Spectris plc, the world-leading precision measurement group.