Welcome to RamanFest 2017!

Next Generation Analysis - Enabling Novel Materials Research, Development and Industrialisation.

HORIBA Scientific is pleased to announce that its 5th Annual Conference on Applied Raman Spectroscopy will be held in partnership Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana on Thursday, June 1st through Friday, June 2nd, 2017

We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Kelsey Cook, from the National Science Foundation will be the guest speaker at the upcoming RamanFest gala dinner.

Dr. Cook is the Program Director for the Chemical Measurement and Imaging Program, and is the co-leader for NSF activities related to forensics sciences. He champions avenues to enhancing synergistic interagency cooperation. His presentation at the gala dinner is entitled, "Enhancing Non-Linear Probabilities: Finding Funding in the Face of Increasing Competition."

We are also proud to announce that Professor Anant K. Ramdas will also be a guest at our dinner. Professor Ramdas was a professor of physics at Purdue, and is currently the Lark-Horovitz Distinguished Professor of Physics.

There is still time for you to sign up for our gala dinner at RamanFest!

You can still register for the RamanFest event. From there you will be directed to the payment site.

Download the RamanFest flyer

Applications to:

  • Thin films (Graphene, MoS2, Metamaterials)
  • Semiconductors and Photovoltaics
  • SERS
  • Environmental
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Materials science
  • Industrial analysis and control
  • Biomaterials
  • Novel 2D Materials

New and hybrid technologies :

  • AFM/Raman - TERS
  • Ultra low frequency Raman
  • Advanced imaging and analysis
  • New/emerging technologies

Registered guests are invited to submit abstracts to present your research results, in the form of a poster, throughout the two days of conferences.

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 will decide on which posters will be accepted. The decision of the scientific panel is final.