Vacuum is a central commodity in the technology for manufacturing a host of products which are now part of everyday living, such as microelectronic and optoelectronic devices, TV screens, photovoltaic panels and pharmaceuticals, as well as in scientific research. Producing and maintaining a vacuum and knowing its properties therefore concerns a large number of people who work in these areas. Although these activities span a wide field there is a relatively small body of basic underlying knowledge that is common to all of them.
Seminars are FREE
Running in the morning in parallel with the Vacuum Roadshow exhibition there will be a short programme of Vacuum Seminars. These will follow the successful format established at Heriot-Watt University last year in Coventry and the seminars will feature on advances, techniques, technology comparisons, choosing your equipment for your next project and features to look out for in the fields of vacuum, in-vacuum, thin films; technologies, equipment and instrumentations.
Programme to be published on 14th May.
Training is FREE
The purpose of this course is to present the attendee with the fundamentals of vacuum technology in a straightforward and accessible way.
Time: 14:00 to 16:00
Basics of Vacuum and Leak Detection
Trainer: Dr Graham Rogers, Leybold UK Ltd
Introduction to the fundamental theory of vacuum technology and the operating principles behind wet and dry vacuum pumps and leak detectors, with a UK exclusive introduction to Leybold’s new ECODRY forevacuum pump and Gamma ion pumps for research and development.”
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:-
Ideal for professional development and further education these tutorials will suit someone who is new to vacuum industry as much as someone with knowledge of a particular technique who is wishing to improve their knowledge.
Register to attend now.