Droplet Size Analyzer 2.0.
A TD-NMR Solution for Droplet Size Distribution in Food Emulsions

September 22, 2022 - 15h CET

Webinar Overview

Droplet size distributions (DSDs) play a major role in the development of new products, influencing mouth feel, stability of emulsions, and shelf life. This webinar will present the Droplet Size Analyzer 2.0, an improved software solution for DSDs in food emulsions using minispec, a Bruker TD-NMR system. The new solution introduces a new user interface, GoScan for minispec, and improved data analysis including the calculation of multimodal droplet size distributions.

Droplet size analysis is regularly applied in the production quality control and Research and Development (R&D), where the final goal is to ensure specific characteristics of food products.

September 22, 2022 - 15h CET

What to Expect

  • Introduction to GoScan for minispec
  • New data processing: Multimodal analysis
  • Real-life examples: Food product analysis

Who Should Attend?

The webinar will appeal to food companies and analytical service providers who are associated with development of new formulations and quality control analysis of food emulsions such as mayonnaise, salad dressing, soft cheese (oil droplets dispersed in a water phase), and margarine, low-fat spread, butter (water droplets dispersed in an oil phase).


Omeet Shah, M.S., 
Senior Scientist, Kraft Heinz Company

Omeet has received Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from University of Illinois at Chicago and holds a Master of Science degree in Chemistry from DePaul University. In 2013, Omeet joined Kraft Foods Group and now Kraft Heinz Company as Food Physics scientist in Analytical Sciences, where he studies physical properties of food emulsion using various analytical techniques. 

Ph.D. Eduardo Nascimento

Team Leader Field Application - AIC (Applied, Industrial & Clinical MR Market Division)

Product Manager New Solutions TD-NMR - AIC (Applied, Industrial & Clinical MR Market Division)

Eduardo Nascimento holds a doctoral degree in Chemistry with experience in NMR-based metabolomics of biofluids and food. As a Research Associate, he worked on the development of analytical methods based on HPLC-SPE-NMR and matrix-assisted DOSY. He joined Bruker in 2013 and started work in 2021 as Product Manager for new solutions in TD-NMR focused on the Applied, Industrial, and Clinical Market.