Jun. 23, 2014
Confocal Raman Microscopy is a high-resolution imaging technique that has become widely used for the characterization of materials and specimens in terms of their chemical composition. With 2D and 3D Raman images, information regarding the chemical compounds and their distribution wihtin the sample can be illustrated clearly. Newly developed software solutions for data acquisition, evaluation, and processing support the management and visualization of even large Raman data sets while providing usability for all experience levels and requirements [1,2,3].
moreJun. 10, 2014
The WITec Suite software is specifically developed to acquire and process large data volumes of large-area, high-resolution measurements and 3D imaging while providing speed, performance, and usability.
Through the software architecture and graphical user interface an integrated and consolidated functionality is available incorporating the various techniques and measurement modes from Raman, to AFM, to SNOM, fluorescence and luminescence.
moreMay. 19, 2014
The winners of this year's WITec PaperAwards have been announced. Research groups from the USA, France, and Germany won the PaperAwards in gold, silver, and bronze, respectively. The annual awards honor outstanding scientific publications that feature results acquired with a WITec instrument. Scientists from all over the world submitted more than 60 publications, from between January and December 2013, to this year's competition. A jury chose the three winning papers from among the submissions to be honored with a PaperAward. Selection criteria included the impact of scientific results and the innovation of the applied techniques.
moreMar. 28, 2014
WITec and Tescan have introduced RISE Microscopy, a correlative microscopy technique which combines confocal Raman Imaging and Scanning Electron (RISE) Microscopy within one integrated microscope system.
moreMar. 27, 2014
RISE Microscopy is a novel correlative microscopy technique that combines Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and confocal Raman Imaging. Through RISE Microscopy ultra-structural surface properties can be linked to molecular compound information.
moreDec. 02, 2013
Comprehensive investigations of geological samples can be challenging due to variations in size, shape, structure and composition. For that reason flexible analysis techniques are required which can be easily adapted to individual sample characteristics.
moreNov. 14, 2013
Why is raman atomic force microscopy needed in scientific application? Which are the advantages and important applications at the moment? Imaging & Microcopy on Tour 2013 presents a brief interview with Thomas Dieing, Director Applications & Support from WITec.
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.
moreJun. 13, 2013
WITec will host the 10th Symposium on "Confocal Raman Imaging". The Raman Spectroscopy community will meet from September 30th to October 2nd, 2013 in Ulm, Germany. The symposium will cover various aspects of modern Raman microscopy and will provide deep insights into confocal Raman imaging and its applications.
moreApr. 09, 2013
WITec appoints the winners of the PaperAward 2013: Research groups from France, Germany, and Spain are among the winners. For WITec PaperAward 2013, 54 publications, published between January and December 2012, were submitted to this year's competition. Due to the number of high-quality papers, the PaperAward jury decided to recognize three winning papers in gold, silver, and bronze.