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Introduction to Confocal Raman Microscopy
June 29, 2005
An "Introduction to Confocal Raman Microscopy" will be given at WITec’s headquarters in Ulm, Germany on November 17 18, 2005. The workshop will cover various aspects of modern Raman microscopy and will provide an introduction to Raman spectroscopy in general as well as operational principles and instrumentation relevant to confocal Raman imaging.
Several experts from academia and industry will contribute introductions and talks on several fields of application in order to demonstrate the versatility of high resolution Raman microscopy. Participants will learn how to apply this knowledge in extensive hands-on sample analysis sessions.
This workshop gives scientists and engineers the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of this highly valuable technique in order to meet emerging requirements in the chemical identification and imaging of various compounds. Typical fields of research appropriate for Confocal Raman Microscopy are pharmaceutics and cosmetics, materials and polymer science, or coatings and thin films analysis.
Program details and registration information are available at www.witec.de
WITec is a manufacturer of high-performance instrumentation for scientific and industrial applications focused on new solutions for Optical and Scanning Probe Microscopy. WITec was founded in 1997 by Olaf Hollricher, Joachim Koenen and Klaus Weishaupt as a spin-off from the Universität Ulm. Through innovation and the introduction of new technologies, the company has seen constant and rapid growth. Currently, the company has more than 20 employees.
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