Thermal Analysis Course: The Advance Analysis – Full Range Study of Polymer Characterization
At National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC) National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)


on October 19, 2017 at M120 room, MTEC building, Thailand Science Park, Pathum Thani.


       We would like to invite you to join the thermal analysis technique seminar. With advanced analysis of TGA-GCMS, in addition to studying the characteristic of the polymer. It is also possible to study the type of gas that is produced by polymer degradation.

       Analysis of Mechanical Properties with DMA, which aims to increase understanding of basic theories, apply examples of each technique, and read reading tips for accurate results. This is a great honor for Mr. Nicolas Fedelich, Application Specialist for Thermal Analysis at Mettler-Toledo, to be a speaker

08.00-08.50   Registration
08.50-09.00   Welcome to Seminar
09.00-10.30   Polymer characterization and degradation gas analysis by TGA-GCMS
10.30-10.45   Coffee Break
10.45-11.50   GCMS Theory and Application
11.50-12.00   Question and Answer
12.00-13.00   Lunch
13.00-14.00   Study of mechanical properties by DMA  
14.00-15.30   Demonstration (2 groups)
                        Group 1: TGA-GCMS
                        Group 2: DMA/SDTA861e
15.30-15.45   Coffee Break
15.45-16.00   Question and Answer
16.00             Wrap up


Nicolas Fedelich is an application specialist for thermal analysis at Mettler Toledo. With a background of chemical engineering in France, he worked in different laboratories to implement, develop, and validate analytical methods in the pharmaceutical and environmental fields. Before joining Mettler Toledo, Nicolas Fedelich worked for three years as field support for on-site training and to ensure customers satisfaction by advising them on their applications.
In 2009 he joined Mettler-Toledo AG and has worked there since as application specialist for Thermal Analysis. In his present position he uses, teaches and supports DSC, TGA, TMA and DMA instruments

Main fields of interest: Thermal analysis techniques, instrumentation and applications; simultaneous techniques;

Registration fee
NSTDA’s People: Free of charge!
General Participants:  500 Baht (Vat include)

Payment Method
Bank tranfers should be made to the saving account below. A copy of the receipt of the bank remittance should be sent to

Account Name: National Metal and Materials Technology Center
Account Number: 080-0-000846
Swift Code: BKKBTHBK

More Information:
Mr. Boonrak Kanjanawarawanich
Human Resource Development for Materials Technology in Industry Section
National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC)
Tel. 02 564 6500 ext. 4675

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