Malvern Events offers a comprehensive range of live events including webinars & seminars, recorded events including presentations & videos and online & classroom based user training courses.
As an acknowledged global market leader in material characterization instrumentation, Malvern recognizes its responsibility to share its expertise and long experience solving real life industrial product and process problems with our customer base. Since its inception in the spring of 2001, more than 100,000 people from over 86 countries have benefited from Malvern events to view our live and recorded webinars, seminars and training courses on all aspects of material characterization. We invite you to see why so many universities, industrial companies and government institutions use Malvern events to educate their personnel in the application of technologies within the Malvern portfolio of products.
Live webinars More than 100,000 people from over 86 countries have already attended one of our webinars due to their convenience and ease. Our program has expanded to include many special interest topics, international presenters from Malvern’s Technical Staff, and guest presenters renowned in their fields.
Seminar series These free one-day seminars will discuss the latest techniques for laboratory and process applications. The seminars are intended for those new to the field of particle characterization, rheology, and GPC/SEC, those who feel their existing methods of material characterization are out of date, inaccurate, or too subjective, and existing users of all brands of instruments that want a better understanding of the theory.
Recorded webinars Previously held live webinars have been recorded and are now available for playback, with the same convenience of our "on demand" presentations. View and hear them at any time directly from your PC, and benefit from any questions/answers that were raised during the live webinar. Even if you were unable to attend the live webinar, you can still benefit from the information that was presented.
Podcasts Malvern now offers you the opportunity to download our audio podcasts of key presentations. Listen to Malvern specialists and guest presenters from industry and academia on virtually all subjects related to various aspects of particle characterization and rheology.
On-demand presentations "On demand" presentations are recorded, technical presentations that include slides and audio from a presenter that you can view and listen to at any time, as long as you have an internet connection and a multimedia-ready PC. They cover a wealth of technical subjects, focusing on applications and technologies covering the latest developments in the field of material characterization. These presentations can be as long as 60 minutes, but can be viewed in whole or in part at any time.
User Training Courses - e-Learning Malvern have launched a number of cost effective e-learning training courses as an alternaltive to traditional classroom style of training course. The courses deliver an interactive audio-visual training experience delivered via the internet.
User Training Courses - "Classroom" based To help you get the best from your instrument, Malvern offer a range of training courses for both new and existing users. These courses cover the fundamentals of instrument operation, sample dispersion and measurement technique, and also include use of software an data interpretation. Practical demonstrations form an important part of the training and delegates are encouraged wherever possible to gain hands-on experience during their training. Courses are run regularly at different sites around the world. For more information on specific pricing in your country, please contact us.
User Training Courses - On-site Malvern experts are available to hold on-site training and support classes or sessions. The most common format requested is a one or two day training class, including hands on time with the customer’s system and samples. We encourage our customers to utilize these on-site training classes to train new operators, incorporate more software features, investigate dispersion optimization and confirm standard operating procedures.