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Photonics Spectra Spectroscopy Conference 2022

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We hope you will attend our next virtual event, the Vision Spectra Conference, July 19 - 21, 2022.

About this event
Join Photonics Media online April 12-13 for the Photonics Spectra Spectroscopy Conference, a virtual event exploring new and evolving trends in spectroscopic tools and techniques. The conference will feature two keynotes and nearly 20 presentations organized into four sessions highlighting Emerging Technologies, Data Analysis, Biospectroscopy, and Embedded Spectroscopy.



Curated in collaboration with the Coblentz Society and the Society for Applied Spectroscopy, the program sessions will explore technologies ranging from Raman and NIR spectroscopy to chemometrics and laser sources for spectroscopic applications. Consumer and commercial applications — such as smart devices and the use of spectroscopy in the manufacture of vaccines, forensic investigation, and hand-held sensors — will be featured in presentations led by technical experts from industry and academia.

The inaugural conference will feature two keynotes. Roger Craig Wiens of Los Alamos National Laboratory and Purdue University will speak on spectroscopy and the Mars Rover, while Rutgers University’s Laura Fabris will speak on using surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) to understand drug delivery.

Registration is FREE.

This conference program was curated in partnership with the leadership of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy and the Coblentz Society: Scott Rudder (OptoSigma), Dr. Ellen Miseo (Miseo Consulting), Dr. Andrew Whitley (HORIBA Scientific), and Dr. Richard Crocombe (Crocombe Spectroscopic Consulting).


SPEAKERS


Program Chair
Emerging Technologies
Scott Rudder
President & CEO
OptoSigma USA
Scott Rudder has a background in optical engineering and technology management and has experience with other photonics companies and R&D centers working as vice president of marketing and sales, and as product line and program manager. He is a member of the SAS board of directors.
Program Chair
Data Analysis
Ellen Miseo
Principal Consultant
Miseo Consulting
Ellen V. Miseo, Ph.D., has been involved in vibrational spectroscopy and instrument development her entire career and is trained as a physical chemist. She has worked for instrument companies as well as run laboratory operations. She is president of Coblentz and a past president of SAS.
Program Chair
Biospectroscopy
Andrew Whitley
Vice President of Global Business Development
HORIBA Scientific
Andrew Whitley, Ph.D., is an expert in the development of spectroscopic instrumentation, specializing in molecular spectroscopy and in particular Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy. He is a regular presenter and session organizer at SciX, Pittcon, IFPAC and other global conferences. He is president of SAS.
Program Chair
Embedded Spectroscopy
Richard Crocombe
Principal
Crocombe Spectroscopic Consulting
Richard Crocombe, Ph.D., works with both emerging and established instrument companies on miniature optical technologies and handheld/portable spectrometers, go-to-market strategies, and their emerging applications. He has published extensively on such technologies and applications. He is a past president of SAS.


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