Fri 16
08:00-08:45 Registration
08:45-09:00 Opening
Biomedicine, Biomedical imaging, Disease characterization
09:00-09:30 KEYNOTE Coherent Raman imaging for scientific and biomedical applications Hervé Rigneault,
Institut Fresnel, France
09:30-09:45 Multivariate Statistics methods for cancer grading Mario D´Acunto,
CNR-IBF, Italy
09:45-10:00 SERS and molecular seed amplification to make diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease Martina Banchelli,
10:00-10:20 INVITED Technical Innovations and Clinical Translation in Raman Spectroscopy Iwan Schie,
University of Applied Sciences - Jena, Germany
10:20-11:20 Coffee Break & Exhibition
Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
11:20-11:35 Silica Coated Gold Nanorod Supraparticles: a Tunable Platform for Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Harith Gurunarayanan,
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
11:35-11:50 Short peptide, thin layers and the perspective of their use in SERS-based sensors Agata Królikowska,
Univeristy of Warsaw, Poland
11:50-12:05 Can a low-cost nano-rough gold substrate compete with commercial SERS substrates? Meryem Rahmani,
IMMM, France
Company Talks
12:05-12:10 A Fibre-Packaged Waveguide-Enhanced Raman Sensor Christopher Lieutaud,
InSpek, France
12:10-12:15 Life Science in Live by Nonlinear Microscope and Endoscope Xueqin Chen,
Lightcore Technologies, France
12:15-12:20 When Raman and friends go to the mountains – correlative analysis with MountainsSpectral® Renata Lewandowska,
Digital Surf, France
12:20-12:25 Enhanced Tri-modal Optical-Photothermal Infrared (O-PTIR) Spectroscopy – Advances in Spatial Resolution, Sensitivity & Tri-modality (IR, Raman & Fluorescence) Mustafa Kansiz,
Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp., USA
12:25-12:30 Improving Nano-Biology Interaction Studies with Multi-Modal Raman & Enhanced Darkfield Optical Hyperspectral Microscopy Sam Lawrence,
CytoViva, USA
12:30-12:35 High-speed Multicolor Stimulated Raman Imaging Enabled by a Compact and Robust Light Source Maximilian Brinkmann,
Refined Laser Systems GmbH, Germany
12:35-12:40 Raman microscopy : one solution for your application Thibault Brulé,
HORIBA France SAS, France
12:40-14:25 Lunch break - Poster Session 1, exhibition & Raman system demonstration
Advanced materials, Low-dimensional materials
14:25-15:05 PLENARY How to use Raman spectroscopy to study graphene and materials, and how to use them to take Raman spectra. Andrea Ferrari,
University of Cambridge / CGC, UK
15:05-15:20 Local Raman spectroscopic fingerprints of TMDC-metal interactions Luka Pirker,
J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Republic
15:20-15:35 Studying 2D nanomaterials using Coherent Raman scattering (CARS): the example of Boron Nitride Elodie Lin,
ONERA, France
15:35-15:55 INVITED Visualizing Surface Phase Separation in PS-PMMA Polymer Blends at the Nanoscale using Tip-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Naresh Kumar,
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
15:55-16:10 Interlaboratory comparison on relative quantification of titanium dioxide (TiO2) polymorphs in binary mixtures by Raman spectroscopy Alessio Sacco,
INRiM, Italy
16:10-16:25 Raman study of the as-prepared and flash-lamp annealed thin films of Cu2ZnSnS4 nanocrystals mixed with PEDOT:PSS Yevhenii Havryliluk,
Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
16:25-17:10 Coffee Break - Poster Session 2, exhibition & Raman system demonstration
Energy and environment
17:10-17:30 INVITED Raman spectroscopy and TERS applied to energy storage and conversion materials Alejandro Morata Garcia,
IREC, Spain
17:30-17:50 INVITED Interfacial Instability in Operating Lithium-Ion Batteries Unraveled by SHINERS Ivan T. Lucas ,
CNRS - Sorbonne Université, France
17:50-18:10 INVITED Raman spectroscopy and imaging of “natural” gas hydrates Arnaud Desmedt,
CNRS – Univ. Bordeaux, France
18:10-18:40 KEYNOTE Multi-modal, scale bridging analytics in energy research Silke Christiansen,
Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany
Cultural heritage
18:40-19:00 INVITED 20 years of on-site Raman analysis of works of art: successes, difficulties and prospects Philippe Colomban,
Sorbonne Université, France
19:00 End of day 1
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