Training Course of LI-6400XTR Portable Photosynthesis System
ESI offers LI-6400 and LI-6400XTR training at its Head Quarters Office or any location convenient to you. You will be informed via email on listing for the Training Course at specific dates. These courses are hands-on and therefore we encourage you to bring your own LI 6400/ LI6400 XT.
The courses are specifically designed for people who have little or no experience with the LI-6400 but may be useful as a refresher to people with more experience. Some of the topics covered during the courses include:
• Fundamentals of making gas exchange measurements
• LI-6400 Hardware and software introduction
• Environmental control
• Making survey and response curve measurements
• Software configuration
• Maintenance, calibration and troubleshooting
Registration can be made through email to us, or for more information email the training coordinator. Plan to register as soon as possible, as class sizes are limited and usually fill up quickly. You must register 30 days prior to the session. After that, you may register only if there is space available. ESI reserves the right to cancel a session 30 days prior.
Travel & Lodging
Attendees are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and other meal expenses. ESI will handle all lodging arrangements if required.
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Training Course Module 1
Training Course Module 2
Gas Exchange plus Fluorescence
Training Course Module 3A
Training Course Module 3B
Training Course Module 4
Automated Soil CO2 Flux System
Training Course Module 5
The objectives of this three days training course are: (i) to understand eddy covariance theory, experimental design, and applications, (ii) to become skilled at setting up and operating eddy covariance systems, and (iii) to be able to process raw flux data with EddyPro. Participants will be exposed to both the theory defining the eddy covariance and the primary instruments that are used to measure eddy. The training class will also cover hardware and software configuration which should not be overlook when doing the eddy covariance measurement.
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ELITE SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS SDN BHD
We are a leading established scientific instrument supplier company in Malaysia since 2002. In recent years, we’ve grown in reputation and expanding rapidly to market in Malaysia including Sabah and Sarawak. We are Malaysia’s No. 1 supplier for LICOR Biosciences (Lincoln, NE, USA) plant physiology products besides providing supports solution and customer services. We offer product applications assistance as well as conducting massive training and workshop nationwide. We are also in the midst of establishing our very own Service Centre providing technical support and repair maintenance related issues.
ELITE LI6400XT Portable Photosynthesis System Training Course
A comprehensive course pioneered and designed by Elite in Malaysia, to prepare and provide suitable candidates (researchers, educators, students, lab assistants) with an understanding of the LI6400 XT Portable Photosynthesis System. The course objective is to educate candidates on the every basic to advanced operations of the LI6400 XT, from doing survey to response curves measurements and also to study plant chlorophyll fluorescence. The course is conducted by experienced trainers with expertise in a variety of areas covered in the course. These trainers formerly and currently served with some of Malaysia’s renowned universities and research institutions. Please kindly refer to ELITE LI6400 XTR Portable Photosynthesis System Training Course Module “Teaching photosynthesis is incredibly complex and challenging. While students may become familiar with words and descriptions of processes such as electron transport, light harvesting, oxygen evolution, and carbon fixation that are covered in lectures, they may have only a very shallow, and in some cases flawed, understanding of what these processes really are unless some form of experiments are performed in the lab.” Dr. Kent G. Apostol, Bethel University.