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Spring 2024 Webinar: Microwave Heated Reactors: Prospects for Efficient and Sustainable Energy
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Fall 2023 3.-Part Webinar Series: Understanding Microwave Material Interaction

Part I: How to obtain good XAFS spectrum under microwave heating?
In situ and operando spectroscopy for understanding microwave material interaction

Instructor: Dr. Shuntaro Tsubaki, Associate Professor, Department of Bioscience and
Biotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University Japan
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Part II: Electromagnetic Field Driven Catalysis: New Physical Phenomena for
Performance-advantaged Electrification

Instructor: Dr. Dionisios G. Vlachos, Unidel Dan Rich Chair in Energy Professor of
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Delaware, Director, Catalysis
Center for Energy Innovation (CCEI), Director, Delaware Energy Institute (DEI)

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Part III: Coaxial cable-based microwave distributed temperature sensors
Instructor: Hai Xiao, Samuel Lewis Bell Distinguished Professor in Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Department Chair, Clemson University
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SPRING 2023 Webinar: Seeking the Lost: Applications of Mw Holography
Dr. Graham Brodie, James Cook University [WATCH NOW]Passcode: zTd=R4#W

Fall 2022 3-Part Webinar Series: Role of Microwaves in Industrial Decarbonization

Part I: NETL’s Center for Sustainable Fuels and Chemicals – Its role in supporting Industrial Decarbonization.
Instructor: Dr. Charles Damianides, Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Fuels and Chemicals at National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)Decarbonization of industrial processes using Microwave chemistry
Instructor: Dr. Christina Wildfire, Research Scientist at National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)
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Part II: Using Microwaves to Replace Carbon Based Energy Sources In Industrial Heating Applications
Instructor: Dr. Ken Kaplan, President and CEO of Cellencor Inc.
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Part III: Powering the Green Chemistry and Hydrogen Revolution
Instructors: Alex Shanosky, Director of Business Development, Transform Materials & Nathan Ashcraft, VP of Research and Development, Transform Materials
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Spring 2022 Webinar Series, Part I
Why RF/MW Plasma? (Instructor Prof. Ray Boxman, Tel Aviv University, Israel)
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Spring Webinar Series, Part II
Plasmas (Instructor: Dr. Chinmoy Mallick)
Meeting Recording
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Fall 2021 Webinar Series
Part I: Multiphysics modelling of high power microwave systems and devices – dedicated modelling regimes in QuickWave software (Dr. Marzena Olszewska-Placha, QWED, Poland)
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Part II: Part II: Numerical modeling of microwave-assisted catalytic reactions
(Dr. Xinwei Bai, Postdoctoral Research Associate, West Virginia University)
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Spring 2021 Webinar Series
Part I: Where Are They Now? Food Industry Opportunities in Microwave Processing (Schiffmann)
Part II:Control of bacterial and viral pathogens in pre-packaged meals using microwaves: our experiences and future vision (Tang)

Fall 2020 Webinars
Part I: Intellectual Property Basics & Best Practices for Innovations (Fish & Associates P.C.)
Part II: Best Practices in Developing Safety Warnings & Labels (Dr. Gerry Goldhaber)

Spring 2020 Webinars
Part I: Jennifer Marshall-Jenkinson, MTA UK
Part 2: Meredith Carothers, FSIS, USDA
Part 3: Sally Gerling, Gerling Dietetics & Nutrition

Fall 2019 Webinars
Impedance Matching Webinar (Instructor: Vladimir Bilik) Password: Bilik2019!
A Technical Overview of Applicators for Microwave Heating (Instructor: John F. Gerling)

Past Symposium Proceedings
IMPI 57 Proceedings
IMPI 56 Proceedings
IMPI 55 Proceedings
IMPI 54 Proceedings
IMPI 53  Proceedings
IMPI 52 Proceedings
IMPI 51 Proceedings
IMPI 50 Proceedings
IMPI 49 Proceedings

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