Touch the Future: Total GC Control at Your Fingertips
Agilent: Touch the Future: Total GC Control at Your Fingertips
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Digital interfaces offer unparalleled versatility and intuitive user engagement compared to legacy keypads, which often have limited functionality and require complex navigation. A touchscreen promotes ease of use and accessibility for individuals of varying technological proficiency. A browser interface is an extension of the touchscreen that can be accessed locally or through a remote connection.
Agilent’s 8890 and Intuvo 9000 GC systems have a touchscreen for “at instrument” tasks as well as a browser interface with enhanced capabilities. We will introduce these interfaces to you and demonstrate some of their functionality. Join us as we explore the intelligent and intuitive digital interface, and bring your questions for our Q&A discussion.
Presenter: Jamie Wetuski (Global GC Training Specialist, Agilent Technologies)
Jamie Wetuski is the Global GC Training Specialist on the Technical Marketing Team at Agilent Technologies, where she focuses on assisting customers with achieving their GC goals. She began her career at Agilent in the Gulf Coast as a Field Support Scientist servicing Agilent GC/GCMS systems. Jamie received a B.S.in Chemistry from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado and an M.S. in Analytical Chemistry from Illinois Institute of Technology.
Presenter: Cassie Eisele (Product Marketing Manager, Agilent Technologies)
Cassie is the Product Marketing Manager for Agilent’s Gas Phase Separation Division, where she ensures the voice of the customer is brought into all of Agilent’s GC products. She has over 13 years of experience at Agilent in technical support and product marketing. Cassie holds a Master of Engineering degree in Biomedical Engineering from Cornell University.
Presenter: George Reiner (GC Software Product Manager, Agilent Technologies)
George studied gas chromatography at Virginia Tech before beginning his 9 year career at Exxon Research & Engineering’s Corporate Research Chromatography Lab where he led method development and problem-solving activities employing various GC techniques, especially GC/AED, GC/TOF-MS as well as sample prep techniques such as SFE. From there, he moved to International Flavors and Fragrances, Inc., where he spent the next 15 years as the chromatography group leader and later as manager of new analytical technologies. Since joining Agilent, George represents the voice of the customer for all aspects of GC-related software including Agilent CDS systems, add-ons and plug-ins like MatchCompare and Retention Time Locking, as well as customer-related needs on new GC user interfaces.