Confocal Raman Imaging Symposium
Oct. 23, 2014
Many international researchers joined the 11th Confocal Raman Imaging Symposium from September 29th to October 01st 2014 in Ulm, Germany. The conference is a popular event at which the Raman community can present and discuss its latest scientific results. Talks from various fields of application and over 20 poster presentations provided a comprehensive overview of modern Raman microscopy for the 80 participants. Another conference highlight was the presentation of the new Raman and Scanning Electron Microscope RISE.
moreOct. 17, 2013
This year WITec, manufacturer of Raman microscopy technology, celebrated the 10th anniversary of their confocal Raman imaging symposium in Ulm, the German city where the company's headquarters is also located. Hosted at the Stadthaus in the city centre next to its famous cathedral, the three-day-conference - September 30 to October 2 - was attended by over 110 international participants. Besides 16 lectures and 21 poster contributions, a broad range of Raman imaging applications and technology aspects were presented to the audience. The last day of the Symposium was reserved for equipment demonstrations given at the company's headquarters.
moreOct. 11, 2012
The worldwide Raman Imaging Community met from 26. - 27. September at the 9th Confocal Raman Imaging Symposium in Ulm, Germany to discuss the latest developments in the field. Featured at this year's event were the application possibilities of high-resolution Raman microscopy in pharmaceutical research as well as materials, geo-, and life sciences.
moreOct. 18, 2011
With a record-breaking 95 delegates, the 8th Confocal Raman Imaging Symposium took place in Ulm, Germany from October 5th - 6th. Over the years the symposium has evolved to become one of the leading venues worldwide for the discussion of the latest developments in high-resolution Raman Imaging. Featuring a global line-up of Raman Imaging experts, the symposium gave scientist the opportunity to see the newest applications and relevant instrument configurations.