Understanding the different high-purity water quality standards and their implications on water treatment system designs play a critical role in the planning, development and operation of nanotechnology research and other semiconductor-related facilities. This seminar will provide;
1) An in depth review of the different water quality standards, sampling strategies, techniques and detection limits
2) Explore water treatment system design and operational considerations to obtain the desired water quality including a case study of the Georgia Tech UPW system
3) A review of applications and considerations for small scale point of use laboratory water purification systems
Who Should Attend:
Scientists, researchers, lab technicians, A&E firms, facility managers and engineers who specify, procure, use, operate or maintain high-purity water systems will gain valuable information. This seminar is intended to educate the audience about the latest state-of-the art analytical, large-scale and small-scale treatment technologies which will help those engaged in all aspects of high-purity water systems from planning to operating and maintaining.
Join Dr. Slava Libman from Air Liquide – BalazsTM Nanoanalysis, Glen Sundstrom and Jeffrey Holland from Evoqua Water Technologies, LLC to explore water quality standards, system designs and small-scale point of use water purification encountered in nanotechnology research facilities.
Complimentary Lunch Provided with Registration.
A live webinar is also available for this event. If you cannot attend in person, but wold like to view the live stream of the event, please indicate that you will be attending remotely in the registration field at the below link and a Webex link and meeting number will be provided to you via email.