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April 29, 2020
1:00 - 2:00 pm EST

Mirion is a market leader with the Alpha Analyst™ spectrometer system and Apex-Alpha™ software and has many years of experience in the art of alpha spectroscopy. This webinar will cover some of the problems seen in laboratories working with alpha spectroscopy samples. Planned topics include degraded resolution, peak shifts, vacuum problems, and excessive deadtime, among others. Common detector issues will be highlighted. We will also discuss how to change out a detector and what steps need to be taken in Genie™ 2000/Apex-Alpha software when a detector is replaced.

Who should attend:

  • Laboratory Managers
  • Chemists
  • Analysts
  • Technicians
  • Anyone who works with alpha spectrometers and wants to keep their systems operating at peak performance

This is our 14th in a series of free technical webinars that will give you the opportunity to interact with Mirion application and product experts on a variety of related topics.


Reagan_Lee_BioPresented by
Lee Reagan

This webinar is hosted by Lee Reagan, Product Manager for Alpha/Beta Counting and Alpha Spectroscopy. He has been with the company for 31 years, starting with Tennelec, Inc. in 1989. He has worked as an electronics technician, field service engineer, systems test manager, and technical support manager before assuming the role of Product Manager in 2006. Lee holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Lincoln Memorial University as well as a Bachelor of Science from Tusculum College and an Associate’s degree from the Tennessee Institute of Electronics. Lee is a frequent attendee at industry events such as the RRMC Conference and HPS Meeting and is a member of the ASTM D19.04 Water Committee.