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Raman imaging and spectroscopy at its limits: Cryogenic temperatures, short wavenumbers, high magnetic fields, and polarization control

Raman imaging and spectroscopy at its limits: Cryogenic temperatures, short wavenumbers, high magnetic fields, and polarization control

This webinar, hosted by Physics Today, presents cryogenic, high-resolution Raman and photoluminescence imaging in high magnetic fields, while resolving low-wavenumber Raman bands and providing full polarization control.

Contents

In a combined effort, WITec, the driving force in Raman imaging, and attocube, technology leader in cryogenic microscopy, developed a platform that brings Raman spectroscopic characterization to the edge of absolute zero. In a series of vivid and compelling measurements, we demonstrate how cryoRaman enables high-resolution Raman imaging at various temperatures (down to 2 K) and high magnetic fields (up to 9 T and vector fields) while resolving Raman bands at extremely low wavenumbers (<10 rel. cm-1) and providing full polarization control.

We hope this session will inspire new ideas and inform new approaches for bringing Raman-based analysis to the next level. We will conclude the presentation with a tutorial on the opportunities and challenges of cryogenic magneto-optics.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Be introduced to cryogenic Raman microscopy
  • See exciting demonstration measurements, including temperature series, magnetic field dependence, short wavenumbers, and more
  • Learn about the opportunities and challenges of cryogenic magneto-optics

Who Should Attend:

    • PhD candidates, postdocs, PIs
    • Physicists, chemists, materials scientists
    • Researchers new to Raman spectroscopy
    On Demand
    Time:

    On Demand

    Duration:

    c. 1 hour

    Language:

    English

    Businesses:

    WITec | Raman

    Our Speaker

    This webinar is presented by Dr. Patrick Altmann (Product Owner, Raman Microscopy at attocube systems AG) and Dr. Thomas Dieing (Product Manager at WITec GmbH).


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    The webinar was broadcasted by Physics Today on July 19, 2022, and is now available on demand.

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