Imaging Enhanced: Today's Raman Microscopy Applications

Imaging Enhanced: 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 geoscience, life sciences, 2D materials research, electrochemistry and microparticle analysis.


With the rise of confocal Raman imaging microscopy as a preferred chemical characterization method, a wide range of applications have emerged that demonstrate its potential for state-of-the-art research. This virtual conference provides insight regarding the technological foundation of exceptional imaging results and speakers from academia and industry highlight the benefits that Raman microscopy can offer a variety of scientific fields. Raman spectroscopy–based particle analysis is also presented, as it shows immense potential for accelerating investigations of microplastics.


Session 1:  Raman Imaging and its Potential in Earth & Life Sciences

  • Fundamentals and advances in confocal Raman Imaging, Dr. Thomas Dieing (WITec GmbH, Ulm, Germany)
  • Application of Micro-Raman Spectroscopy to Qualify the CO2 Contents of Magmas and Volcanic Eruptions, Asst. Prof. Esteban Gazel (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA)
  • Correlative Optical Superresolution Autofluorescence and Raman Spectroscopy of  Human Kidney Stones, Dr. Mayandi Sivaguru (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)

Session 2: Raman imaging for Comprehensive Materials Research

  • Modulation Doping 2D Materials as Seen by Raman Imaging, Prof. Dr. Kenneth Burch (Boston College, USA)
  • Understanding Electrochemical Ion Insertion using In Situ and Ex Situ Raman Spectroscopy, Dr. Veronica Augustyn (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA)
  • Microplastics and Particle Analysis with Raman Microscopy – Trends and New Technologies, Dr. Miriam Böhmler (WITec GmbH, Ulm, Germany)
On Demand

On Demand


c. 4 hours




WITec | Raman

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This virtual conference was hosted by Spectroscopy on May 19, 2021, and all sessions are available on demand.