Imaging Enhanced II: Today's Raman Microscopy Applications

Imaging Enhanced II: Today's Raman Microscopy Applications

In this half-day scientific conference, six esteemed speakers from academia and industry present a mix of leading-edge Raman imaging applications from a wide range of fields, including battery research, 2D materials analysis, pharmaceutics and life sciences.


As Raman imaging microscopy has become a widely utilized chemical characterization method, an ever-growing range of applications has emerged that demonstrate its potential for leading-edge research and development. This virtual conference will feature speakers from academia and industry highlighting the benefits that Raman microscopy can offer a variety of scientific fields, and their talks will be grouped into two sessions: Life Sciences and Materials Science.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Learn about the fundamentals of enhanced 3D Raman imaging at the highest spectral and spatial resolution
  • Be introduced to the possibilities of correlative Raman microscopy investigations
  • Become familiar with state–of–the–art application examples from various trending research fields


Session 1: Life Sciences

  • Introduction to Raman Microscopy, Dr. Miriam Böhmler (WITec GmbH, Germany)
  • Advancing the Understanding of Heterogeneous Biological Systems with Raman Confocal Microscopy, Dr. Lauren Tetard (University of Central Florida, USA)
  • Raman Imaging as a Tool in Materials, Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences, Dr. Ricardo Faccio (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)

Session 2: Materials Sciences

  • “Photos” from Flatland: Multimodal Raman Imaging of Ultrathin Materials, Dr. Thomas Beechem (Purdue University, USA)
  • Integrated Synthesis-Spectroscopy System for Air-Sensitive 2D Materials, Dr. Joan Redwing (Penn State University, USA)
  • Advancing Battery Development and Materials Science with Raman-SEM, Dr. Ute Schmidt (WITec GmbH, Germany)
On Demand

On Demand


c. 4 hours




WITec | Raman

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This virtual conference was hosted by Spectroscopy on June 28, 2022 and all sessions are available on demand.