Shimadzu: Analysis of Siloxanes in Biogas using TD-GC-MS
Our panel will host a Q&A session after the presentation to address any questions or comments.
Presenter: Jonathan Cross (QA/QC Manager and Research Scientist, Ohio Lumex)
Jonathan Cross is the quality control manager for OhioLumexand he has led several R&D efforts over the course of his8years with the company.He is part of the core team at Ohio Lumex responsible for developing the laboratory’s analytical capabilities for siloxanes. He also sits on the ASTM D03 subcommittee, which is responsible for maintaining standard method D8230 for analysis of siloxanes in biogas.
Presenter: Heather Juzwa (Senior Field Sales Engineer, Shimadzu)
Heather Juzwa is a Senior Field Sales Engineer at Shimadzu Scientific Instruments and has been since October of 2006. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2000 with an honors bachelors’ degree in Chemistry. Having a passion for instrumentation,she washired by Hitachi Instrumentsupon graduation. Heather’s service to the field of chemistry began as an undergraduate and has continued throughout her career.She served as the Secretary of theAmerican Chemical Society – Student Affiliates while a senior at the University of Pittsburgh and has remained in the ACS since then. She served as Chair of the Pittsburgh Section in 2011 and currently serves as Webmaster for the Pittsburgh Section website and has since 2012. Heather’s direction paved the way for the section to receive an esteemed Chem Luminary for being an Outstanding Large Local Section for 2012. Heather also served as Chair of the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh in 2013-2014.For many years, she has happily served on and chaired many committees of the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh, the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh, and the Pittcon committee and looks forward to playing key roles in these organizations for years to come. Heather served as the General Chair of the Central Regional Meetingof the ACS in Pittsburgh in October 2014. Her leadership resulted in another Chem Luminary from the National ACS for Best Regional Meeting.Heather has been a Director ofthe Pittsburgh Local Section of the ACS since 2013. Heather is currently serving as Pittcon 2021 Treasurer. She won the Distinguished Service Award from the Pittsburgh Local Section of the ACS in 2014 as well as the 2015 Regional E. Ann Nalley Regional Award for Volunteer Service to theentire Central RegionAmerican Chemical Society. With her May 2020 nomination to serve as Chair of the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh for the 2021-2022 year, she became only the fourth person and first woman history to lead all three major scientific organizations in Pittsburgh.