Our team of experts share their glass knowledge in a series of interactive webinars.
A collection of glass packaging topics delivered by the experts at Glass Technology Services. These sessions will give attendees the opportunity to learn more about glass as a material, how it is made, its uses and how it behaves. Starting in May the initial series of three online presentations will cover the glass manufacturing process, glass for the pharmaceutical industry and glass failures and will include questions and answer sessions with our team.
Register below to join us for one or all our expert glass webinars.
Glass for the pharmaceutical industry
2 June 14.00-15.00 BST
Chemistry manager Amy Meysner looks at glass as a primary pharmaceutical packaging material including evaluating quality and meeting your requirements.
Amy manages the chemistry department at Glass Technology Services and is a leading expert in chemical durability and elemental migration. Amy is an active participant in a range of technical committees, including residing as secretary of ICG Technical Committee TC2, ‘Glass durability and analysis’, and is also part of ICG Technical Committee TC12, ‘Pharmaceutical packaging’.
An overview of glass failure
16 June 14.00-15.00 BST
This session is hosted by our Technical manager Daniel Capon – register to learn about glass strength, damage, and an analytical approach to glass failure investigation.
Daniel is head of the analytical and glass technology departments here at Glass Technology Services. He has fourteen years’ experience working on glass chemistry, durability and analysis and is a leading specialist in XRF, UV/VIS and SEM analysis, including bespoke method and programme development.
The glass manufacturing process
19 May 2020
Melting and R&D Lead Martyn Marshall gives an introduction to glass as a material and looks at its manufacture from start to finish. Martyn has over thirty years’ experience working in the field of glass design and development. Martyn’s expert knowledge of glass composition and morphology is utilised by the manufacturing, prestige packaging and bio-pharmaceuticals sectors to deliver innovative solutions.