Applications of Raman Confocal Microscopy in Biogeochemistry, Geology, Materials and Engineering
- Friday, February 22, 2019 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Barnard Hall, 126 - view map
The Montana Nanotechnology Facility (MONT) presents a seminar/webinar called, “Applications of Raman Confocal Spectromicroscopy in Biogeochemistry, Geology, Materials Science and Engineering,” given by Dr. Robin Gerlach, Professor Chemical and Biological Engineering. The event is Friday, February 22, Noon-1pm Mountain Time in 126 Barnard Hall. Participants may also join via the web. Whether attending in person or via the web, please register at: http://www.nano.montana.edu/webinar_1.html
Registration is free.
This webinar is aimed at introducing non-experts to the fundamentals of Raman spectroscopy and at those who would like to find out how a Horiba LabRAM Evolution Confocal Raman Microscope has been used in biofilm, geology, geochemistry, material science and engineering research and development projects at MSU. Examples of the application of Raman Spectromicroscopy (or Raman Microscopy in short) at MSU include surface and biofilm characterizations, mineral identification, characterizing materials and their changes (such as phase transitions), and identifying rock inclusions. It will be discussed how data obtained using Raman Microscopy and other analytical techniques can be correlated to obtain deeper insight into the properties of materials, and how Raman Microscopy might be useful in your research.
- Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering