SPEAKERS
  Plenary   Keynotes   Invited   Orals
PLENARY
Andrea Ferrari
University of Cambridge / CGC
UK
KEYNOTE
Silke Christiansen
Fraunhofer IKTS
Germany
KEYNOTE
Thomas Nuytten
IMEC
Belgium
KEYNOTE
Hervé Rigneault
Institut Fresnel
France
INVITED
Anthony Boulanger
GreenTropism
France
INVITED
Igor Chourpa
University of Tours
France
INVITED
Philippe Colomban
Sorbonne Université
Framce
INVITED
Arnaud Desmedt
CNRS – Univ. Bordeaux
France
INVITED
Barbara Fazio
CNR - LabSens Beyond Nano
Italy
INVITED
Bernard Humbert
IMN J Rouxel
France
INVITED
Naresh Kumar
ETH Zurich
Switzerland
INVITED
Van-Hoan Le
CEA-LETI
France
INVITED
Alejandro Morata Garcia
IREC
Spain
INVITED
Ioannis Paradisanos
INSA/CNRS Toulouse
France
INVITED
Andrea Mario Rossi
INRiM
Italy
INVITED
Pierre-Yves Sacré
University of Liège
Belgium
INVITED
Iwan Schie
University of Applied Sciences - Jena
Germany
INVITED
Ivan T. Lucas
CNRS - Sorbonne Université
France
PLENARY
Andrea Ferrari (University of Cambridge / CGC, UK)  
How to use Raman spectroscopy to study graphene and materials, and how to use them to take Raman spectra.
KEYNOTES
Silke Christiansen (Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany)
Multi-modal, scale bridging analytics in energy research
Thomas Nuytten (IMEC, Belgium)
Nanoscale materials characterization and metrology using Raman and PL
Hervé Rigneault (Institut Fresnel, France)
Coherent Raman imaging for scientific and biomedical applications
INVITED
Anthony Boulanger (GreenTropism, France)
SERS & AI, an innovative combination for Virus Detection
Igor Chourpa (University of Tours, France)
Bioanalytical applications of Raman spectroscopy to follow active pharmaceutical and cosmetic ingredients
Philippe Colomban (Sorbonne Université, Framce)
20 years of on-site Raman analysis of works of art: successes, difficulties and prospects
Arnaud Desmedt (CNRS – Univ. Bordeaux, France)
Raman spectroscopy and imaging of “natural” gas hydrates
Barbara Fazio (CNR - LabSens Beyond Nano, Italy)
Directional beaming and localization effects in Raman light generated in random array of silicon nanowires
Bernard Humbert (IMN J Rouxel, France)
Designing aggregates of metallic nano-particles to generate tunable Resonant Raman structures
Naresh Kumar (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Visualizing Surface Phase Separation in PS-PMMA Polymer Blends at the Nanoscale using Tip-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
Van-Hoan Le (CEA-LETI, France)
Determination of free carrier concentration of polar semiconductors using LOPC modes: an example of InP
Alejandro Morata Garcia (IREC, Spain)
Raman spectroscopy and TERS applied to energy storage and conversion materials
Ioannis Paradisanos (INSA/CNRS Toulouse, France)
Hot photoluminescence and Raman processes in symmetric and asymmetric monolayer semiconductors
Andrea Mario Rossi (INRiM, Italy)
Dielectrophoresis for Raman analysis in liquid: applications to bacteria and viruses
Pierre-Yves Sacré (University of Liège, Belgium)
Interest of Raman spectroscopy for the detection and analysis of poor-quality medicines
Iwan Schie (University of Applied Sciences - Jena, Germany)
Technical Innovations and Clinical Translation in Raman Spectroscopy
Ivan T. Lucas (CNRS - Sorbonne Université, France)
Interfacial Instability in Operating Lithium-Ion Batteries Unraveled by SHINERS
ORALS (29)
Martina Banchelli (IFAC-CNR, Italy)
SERS and molecular seed amplification to make diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease
Sylwia Berus (Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
SERS-based study supported by chemometric methods for the differential diagnosis of vaginal infections
Carolin Borbeck (Heinrich-Heine-University, Germany)
A Fast Broadband Approach to the Analysis of Microplastics: Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Microscopy
Maximilian Brinkmann (Refined Laser Systems GmbH, Germany)
High-speed Multicolor Stimulated Raman Imaging Enabled by a Compact and Robust Light Source
Thibault Brulé (HORIBA France SAS, France)
Raman microscopy : one solution for your application
Xueqin Chen (Lightcore Technologies, France)
Life Science in Live by Nonlinear Microscope and Endoscope
Mario D´Acunto (CNR-IBF, Italy)
Multivariate Statistics methods for cancer grading
Sigurd Flagan (University of Calgary, Canada)  
Widely-tunable, doubly-resonant Raman scattering on diamond in an open microcavity
Harith Gurunarayanan (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Silica Coated Gold Nanorod Supraparticles: a Tunable Platform for Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
Muhammad Haroon (King Fahd University Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia)  
SERS and EC-SERS detection of local anesthetic procaine using Pd loaded highly reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite substrate
Yevhenii Havryliluk (Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany)
Raman study of the as-prepared and flash-lamp annealed thin films of Cu2ZnSnS4 nanocrystals mixed with PEDOT:PSS
Mustafa Kansiz (Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp., USA)
Enhanced Tri-modal Optical-Photothermal Infrared (O-PTIR) Spectroscopy – Advances in Spatial Resolution, Sensitivity & Tri-modality (IR, Raman & Fluorescence)
Agata Królikowska (Univeristy of Warsaw, Poland)
Short peptide, thin layers and the perspective of their use in SERS-based sensors
Sam Lawrence (CytoViva, USA)
Improving Nano-Biology Interaction Studies with Multi-Modal Raman & Enhanced Darkfield Optical Hyperspectral Microscopy
Renata Lewandowska (Digital Surf, France)
When Raman and friends go to the mountains – correlative analysis with MountainsSpectral®
Nathalie Lidgi-Guigui (University Sorbonne Paris Nord, France)
Long Photo-Induced Enhanced Raman Scattering (PIERS) in Au nanoparticles embedded in TiO2
Christopher Lieutaud (InSpek, France)
A Fibre-Packaged Waveguide-Enhanced Raman Sensor
Elodie Lin (ONERA, France)
Studying 2D nanomaterials using Coherent Raman scattering (CARS): the example of Boron Nitride
Paul-Tiberiu Miclea (Fraunhofer CSP, Germany)
Analysis of micro and nano plastic particles on porous filter cascade systems
Luka Pirker (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Republic)
Local Raman spectroscopic fingerprints of TMDC-metal interactions
Jad Rabah (LISE Sorbonne Université, France)
Transient Electrochemical Tip Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (EC-Tip-SERS): Concept and Applications in Electrocatalysis and Material Science
Meryem Rahmani (IMMM, France)
Can a low-cost nano-rough gold substrate compete with commercial SERS substrates?
Alessio Sacco (INRiM, Italy)
Interlaboratory comparison on relative quantification of titanium dioxide (TiO2) polymorphs in binary mixtures by Raman spectroscopy
George Sarau (Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, Germany)
Correlative Spectroscopy and Microscopy Analysis of Micro- and Nanoplastics and Their Effects on Cells and Tissues
Giorgi Shtenberg (Agricultural Research Organization Volcani Center, Israel)  
N-acetyl-β-D-glucosaminidase activity assay for monitoring insulin-dependent diabetes using Ag-porous Si SERS substrate
Dejan Skrelic (CNRS / Saint-Gobain Research Paris, France)
Python Toolkit for Visual Exploration of Raman Spectra
Raphaël Strenaer (GREYC, France)
Thermal characterization of GaN-based HEMTs by using Raman spectroscopy and micro-Raman thermometers
Pierre Taugeron (Le Mans Université, France)
Strong correlations between optical near-field microscopy and far-field Raman imaging on nanorough gold SERS substrates
Francisco van Riel Neto (Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Germany)
Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Microscopy: A Novel Method for studying Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation
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