Accelerate Your Research: Raman for Multi-user and Interdisciplinary Labs

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  • Date: Oct 25, 2012 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: Raman
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Accelerate Your Research: Raman for Multi-user
and Interdisciplinary Labs

rethinking Raman

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Broadcast on Thursday, October 25, 2012

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Please join us for a complimentary webinar presentation on the DXR Raman microscope for multi-user and interdisciplinary labs.

Advances in Raman spectroscopy have led to unprecedented performance for an exhaustive list of application areas. As a research-oriented molecular spectroscopy technique, Raman provides a powerful, nondestructive approach to chemical and materials analysis. Raman has rapidly become the tool of choice for cutting-edge laboratory investigations from graphene and carbon nanotechnology to nanoscale medicine/pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, and solar cells – among many other fields. At the same time, today’s academic research labs have seen a strong push towards instrumentation that is easy to use, requires minimal maintenance, and reduces overall cost of ownership. Tightening budgets have led researchers to find more creative solutions for shared equipment -- without the need for expensive training and support staff.

In this webinar, we will show you how we’re rethinking the conventional approach to Raman. Our user-friendly, solutions-driven instruments are designed to give you the answers you need – without investing significant time to learn the technique itself. This short, 45 minute presentation is packed with information to help you appreciate the full power of Raman spectroscopy and how it can help you achieve your demanding research goals. We’ll also cover detailed technical information and highlight some ground-breaking applications developed jointly with research labs all over the world. Finally, through a case study of a major research university leveraging the powerful performance features of the Thermo Scientific DXR Raman Microscope, we’ll illustrate how our instruments are ideally suited to multi-user, interdisciplinary research facilities.

Whether you are learning about Raman for the first time or are considering how to harness the power of this technique for your own research lab or user facility, join us to explore how our DXR Raman instruments can help push your data to the next level. Thermo Scientific DXR: the future of applied academic research.

Who may be interested in attending:

  • Academic users of Raman spectroscopy for applied research and analytical measurements
  • Directors of multi-user or interdisciplinary research instrumentation facilities
  • Users of other analytical or materials characterization techniques looking to augment their toolbox

Your Presenter

Ryan J. Kershner, Ph.D

Ryan J. Kershner, Ph.D

Raman Spectroscopy
Product Manager
Thermo Scientific

Ryan Kershner: Biography 

Ryan Kershner joined the Thermo Fisher Scientific team in June 2011 as the Product Manager for Raman Spectroscopy, following three years as a tenure track faculty member in Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research program focused on biological nanostructures and laser-induced assembly of micro- and nanoparticles. He completed a postdoc at Stanford University through an industrial collaboration with IBM Almaden Research Center. Prior to that, Ryan was a Beckman Fellow at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he studied self-assembled materials for photonics applications. He earned his PhD from MIT in Materials Science and Engineering with an emphasis on electrokinetic properties of dielectric particles and surfaces.

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