Spring Seminar

Learn about advances for solving non-routine analytical puzzles which can occur in daily operations.

At this event, attendees will learn about the latest application news from Radom Corporation around trace metal analysis in a wide variety of matrices, and Metrohm USA in the area of moisture, carbohydrate and ion analysis in variety of matrices.  UW-Parkside will share how new technologies are incorporated into the teaching curriculum and the services available to external clients.  Attendees are encouraged to bring their analytical challenges in the areas of ion chromatography, titration sciences, and trace metal analysis.  

WED, MAY 24  |  8:30 AM-1 PM  |  FREE




The seminar will be of interest to local area chemists, lab managers, and quality control managers who would like to learn about advances in inorganic and organic techniques. As well as anyone interested in discussions on emerging methodologies in the environmental, wear metals, and food industries.


8:30-9 AM


9-9:30 AM

Welcome and Opening remarks; Dr. Lori Allen highlighting CNHS application abilities, student involvement, and available techniques and instrumentation capabilities.

9:30-9:45 AM

Break | Raffle | Snacks

9:45-10:30 AM

Radom experts, Christine Rivera and Eric Moen accompanied by the UW Parkside’s Radom Fellow,  Jonah Tetrick.  MICAP-OES design, applications for mining, minerals, bleach, silicone CaF2 screening, biodiesel, and lithium, with a brief demo by Jonah.

10:30-10:45 AM

Break | Raffle | Snacks

10:45-11:15 AM

Metrohm Titration expert, Nick Walker covers moisture analysis using Karl Fischer Titration, and an introduction to Metrohm’s new OMNIS platform.

11:15-11:30 AM

Break | Raffle | Snacks

11:30 AM-12 PM

Metrohm Ion Chromatography expert, Amy Furreness covers carbohydrate, anion, and cation analysis. Highlighting Metrohm’s ten year warrantied anion suppressor.

12-1 PM

Working Lunch and expert panel discussion.
Panel | UW-Parkside, Radom, and Metrohm experts.


The University of Wisconsin-Parkside College of Natural and Health Sciences provides a thriving learning community that spurs local, regional, and global progress. As part of this, students utilize the instrumentation within the SC Johnson Integrated Science Lab to conduct research for internal and external clients. Student progression within the analytical curriculum and selected client projects will be presented.

Radom Corporation is a global leader in advanced plasma technologies. Radom develops and commercializes sustainable and innovative plasma solutions for industries in low-carbon footprint analytical instrumentation, zero-waste gasification, renewable hydrogen generation, and organic fertilizer enhancement. Our products and instruments lead to safer processes, faster performance, and reduction of pollution with the promise of detoxifying the Earth.

Metrohm USA is a global market leader in ion analysis technology. Metrohm offers a complete line of analytical laboratory and process systems for titration, ion chromatography, electrochemistry, and spectroscopy. From routine moisture analysis to sophisticated anion and cation quantification, Metrohm is ready to help configure the optimum system to support your research today and beyond. Stop by and meet your Metrohm Reps!

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