International Conference for Dispersion Analysis & Materials Testing 2022

International Conference for Dispersion Analysis & Materials Testing 2022

Monday, 24. January 2022 - Tuesday, 25. January 2022


In view of the still critical prognosis regarding the global COVID-19 situation and considering the German legal decisions in late August, LUM will not be able to hold the conference in January 2021 as planned in the interest of the health and safety of all participants. A virtual format is out of question, as the conference has always lived from the exchange and dialogue among the participants, as confirmed in the feedback from the past 9 conferences.

Therefore, the Scientific Committee has decided to postpone the conference by one year, to January 24 and 25, 2022. There will be an additional workshop on January 26, 2022.

The conference organizer invites all world-wide LUM instrument users as well as interested people to learn strategies and results from scientific and industrial experts using LUMiSizer, LUMiFuge, LUMiReader, LUMiReader X-Ray, LUMiFrac and LUMiFlector.

Conference topics include:

#Particle & Surface Characterization

Particle size distribution of nano- and microparticles / Hansen Dispersibility Parameter/Hansen Solubility Parameter / Particle density distribution / Particle surface characterization

#Real-time & Accelerated Stability

Direct accelerated stability testing of dispersions / Real-time separation in emulsions and suspensions / Comparative and predictive shelf life for dispersions (ISO/TR 13097) / Stability testing of cosmetic products (ISO/TR 18811)

#Materials Testing

Tensile testing / Shear testing / Characterization of coatings / Characterization of composite materials / Mechanical strength


Separation of particles in industrial processes / Characterization of dispersibility and filterability / Shear and compressive yield stress / Up- and downstream processing

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