Presentation Titles

Optical spectro-microscopy in the Atomistic Near-field

Professor V. Ara Apkarian, University of California, Irvine

Excitons, strain, and localized emitters in 2D semiconductors

Dr. Nick Borys, ​Montana State University

Resolving Real-time Structural Evolution in Microporous Minerals

Dr. Aaron Celestian, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

Raman spectroscopy in the context of advanced optical and electron microscopies - examples from bio-medical an materials research.

Professor Silke H. Christiansen, GWDG (Joint facility of Göttingen University and the Max Planck Society)

High Precision in vivo Cancer Imaging using SERRS and SESORRS

Professor Moritz F. Kircher, MD, PhD

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A Raman Spectroscopic Marker vs. Biochemical Marker for Disease Diagnostics  

Professor Igor Lednev, University of Albany, State University of NY at Albany

What is so fascinating about Raman and Biologics? How DCDR deepens the understanding of structural changes in mAb.

Dr. Anna Luczak, Bristol-Myers Squibb

Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy: Where we are After a Dozen Years

Dr. Wei Min, Columbia University, New York, NY

2D Correlation Analysis of Raman Data for Bioplastics and Pharmaceuticals

Dr. Isao Noda, University of Delaware

Polarized Raman Spectroscopy of Individual Electrospun Fibers

Professor Christian Pellerin, Université de Montréal, Canada  


Single Molecule Coherent Raman Scattering

Professor Eric O. Potma, University of California, Irvine

Tip-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for 2D Materials and Electrochemistry

Professor Dr. Bin Ren, Xiamen University

Raman Spectroscopy for Automotive Exhaust Catalysis & Energy Storage Materials Research

Charles A. Roberts, Ph.D., Toyota Research Institute of North America

Raman Scattering of Polar Metals

Max Wetherington, The Pennsylvania State University

The Application of Raman Spectroscopy Inside and Outside the Laboratory

Dr. Mark Witkowski, U.S Food and Drug Administration

Recent Developments and Applications in Raman Activated Cell Sorting

Professor Huabing Yin, University of Glasgow, UK