VUV Analytics Hires Standards Method Development Manager
Technical Contact for ASTM Method D8071 Joins Team to Drive the Development of New Standard Committee Methods Based on VUV Spectroscopy
Austin, TX, April 6, 2017 (Newswire.com) - VUV Analytics is pleased to announce the addition of Dan Wispinski as the Standards Method Development Manager.
"We have observed the positive impact that committee approved methods can have on our business," said Sean Jameson, Senior Vice President of Business Development at VUV Analytics, "We are extremely excited to add someone with such extensive method development expertise to our team who can identify and prioritize the most impactful methods for VUV spectroscopy and lead their approval and adoption within their respective organizations.”
Dan joins VUV Analytics with extensive method development and standards writing experience. He was a key player in the approval of ASTM Method D8071 for finished gasoline analysis by GC-VUV.
"I am thrilled to join VUV Analytics to lead standard committee method adoption of VUV spectroscopy," stated Dan Wispinski, Standards Method Development Manager, "It is exciting to be part of this growing team and to be able to completely focus on how VUV spectroscopy can solve analytical challenges across a wide range of industries.”
Mr. Wispinski will be responsible for identifying critical methods for VUV spectroscopy involvement and guiding their inclusion within their respective standards committees. Mr. Wispinski previously served as Lab Manager at Alberta Innovates where he led the petroleum analytical team. His work included the development of the Canadian PONA GC-FID method for finished gasoline.
About VUV Analytics
VUV Analytics is the world leader in vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) absorption spectroscopy. VUV Analytics manufactures the VGA-100, VGA-101, and SVGA-100 universal gas chromatography (GC) and streaming gas detectors. Unlike legacy GC detectors such as FID and MSD, VUV spectroscopy provides high automation confidence, low risk of error, and shorter chromatographic run times. For more information visit www.vuvanalytics.com.
Source: VUV Analytics