Program

The two day RamanFest 2013 Symposium on 23rd and 24th May, 2013, will encourage discussion on the latest capabilities of Raman spectroscopy, with particular emphasis on life science applications, confocal Raman imaging, and the combination of Raman with SPM/AFM for sample characterization and TERS analysis. There will be an accompanying poster session for delegates.

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Current confirmed key speakers include:

  • John Chalmers, VS Consulting, Stokesley, UK «A meander through Raman spectroscopy developments and applications over the last 30-40 years; from where we were then to where we are now»
  • Dr Volker Deckert, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, «Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy - Surface Analysis on the Nanometer Scale»
  • Prof. Kishan Dholakia, University of St Andrews, U.K., «New directions in Raman spectroscopy: wavelength modulation and shaping light»
  • Prof. Ludovic Duponchel, Université Lille 1, France, «Exploring Raman spectral data using chemometrics»
  • Dr Neil Everall, Intertek MSG, U.K., «Factors affecting image quality with 3D Raman mapping»
  • Dr Wei Huang, University of Sheffield, U.K., «Probing single cell bacteria – the application of Raman to microbiology»
  • Prof. Michel Manfait, Université de Reims, France, «Life science applications of Raman spectroscopy»
  • Dr Con Mallidis, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany, «Can Raman microspectroscopy solve the sperm conundrum?»
  • Dr Razvigor Ossikovski, École Polytechnique, France, «Far- and near-field Raman spectroscopy and polarization: selected case studies»
  • Prof. Ping Heng Tan, Institute of Semiconductors, Beijing, P. R. China, «Fast imaging of ultralow frequency modes based on volume Bragg grating technologies»
  • Prof. Giuseppe Zerbi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, «Exploring the world of polyconjugated molecules in biological systems: the essential role of Raman spectroscopy»

Poster Session

An accompanying poster session will be open to registered delegates.

Please register for RamanFest, and tick the relevant box to indicate you wish to present a poster. A limited number of posters can be accepted; in the case of over-subscription a scientific panel from the organising groups (LASIR and HORIBA Scientific) will decide on which posters will be accepted. The decision of the scientific panel is final.