Correlative Raman Imaging

The Analytical Power of Correlative Raman Imaging: New Developments, Tools and Applications

Analytical Power

Topic  

The Analytical Power of Correlative Raman Imaging: New Developments, Tools and Applications
Description

Confocal Raman imaging is a powerful, versatile and increasingly common microscopy technique, capable of quickly identifying the molecules in a sample and visualizing their physical distribution three-dimensionally. This nondestructive and label-free chemical imaging method has enormous potential for researchers in many fields of application.

This webinar will introduce the fundamental principles of Raman microscopy and it will detail the associated hardware and software. Our speakers will describe several of its variations providing relevant application examples. Correlative microscopy will then be introduced, and details of Raman-AFM and Raman-SEM (RISE) microscopy solutions will be presented.

Key Learning Objectives
During this webinar, the speakers will present:

  • What Raman microscopy is, along with an introduction to its operational principles and hardware considerations.
  • Possibilities and new tools for Raman investigations including several application examples from various fields.
  • How correlative microscopy can provide a more complete understanding of a sample than techniques in isolation.
Time

Sep 10, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Speakers

photo of Dr. Miriam Böhmle
Dr. Miriam Böhmler
Senior Applications Scientist @WITec GmbH
Dr, Miriam Böhmler is a Senior Applications Scientist at WITec GmbH in Ulm, Germany. She possesses wide-ranging expertise in Raman imaging and spectroscopy, near-field and super-resolution optical technologies such as tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, and nano-FTIR spectroscopy.
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Dr. Ute Schmidt
Applications Manager @WITec
Dr. Ute Schmidt is an Applications Manager at WITec. She studied physics at the Babes Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and obtained her PhD from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Through her work with in-situ scanning tunneling microscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy and SEM, Schmidt is an expert for correlative imaging techniques.

 

Correlative Raman Imaging