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Workshop @ NUS: Raman Spectroscopy and NanoRaman for 2D Materials

Presentation by Dr Joao Rangel, Product Manager for AFM & AFM- Raman
Raman Applications on 2D materials by Dr Thibault Brule, Raman Global Product Manager at Horiba
Our host: Dr Sourav Mitra, Senior Technical Manager
HORIBA & Analytical Technologies with LabRAM Soleil
Demo on LabRam Soleil using Customer's TMDC samples at I-FIM

Workshop @ NUS Institute for Functional Intelligent Materials

Analytical Technologies is honored to host a workshop at NUS, featuring distinguished speakers from HORIBA.

The workshop will showcase the LabRAM Soleil and focus on Raman and nanoRaman spectroscopy for material analysis. 

Key topics include:

  • Principle of Raman spectroscopy
  • Basic components of Raman system
  • Introduction of confocal Raman
  • Comparison between Raman and other techniques
  • Applications on materials science
  • Principle of atomic force microscopy
  • Basic components of AFM-Raman system
  • Advantage of AFM-Raman combination
  • Colocalized AFM-Raman measurement
  • Tip-enhanced optical spectroscopy

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Workshop @ NTU: Raman Spectroscopy and NanoRaman for Materials Science

NTU @ School of Materials Science and Engineering

Analytical Technologies is honored to host a workshop at NTU on June 12th, featuring distinguished speakers from HORIBA. 

The workshop will showcase the LabRAM Soleil and focus on Raman and nanoRaman spectroscopy for material analysis. 

Key topics include:

  • Principle of Raman spectroscopy
  • Basic components of Raman system
  • Introduction of confocal Raman
  • Comparison between Raman and other techniques
  • Applications on materials science
  • Principle of atomic force microscopy
  • Basic components of AFM-Raman system 
  • Advantage of AFM-Raman combination
  • Colocalised AFM-Raman measurement
  • Tip enhanced optical spectroscopy

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