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Provisional - Workshop: Spectroscopy for inline processing monitoring

Sonntag/Sunday, 30.10.2005, Basel

Workshop:  Spectroscopy for inline processing monitoring



Abstract
Optical spectroscopy is the study of the interaction of light with matter. When it comes to the chemical industry, spectrometers have revolutionized the quality control processes, as they  enable the online qualitative and quantitative analysis of pure substances and mixtures, purity control, testing for residues, detection of aggressive gasses, pigment analysis, calorimetry measurements in chemical reactions, etc. In the coming years, spectrometers are about to become smaller, cheaper and faster. The purpose of the workshop is to study the unmet needs for Raman, MIR, NIR, UV/VIS and fluorescence spectrometers.


Date
xx. November 2016

Agenda
13:00 Coffee / Registration 
13:30 Presentations
15:15 Networking Break, Sponsoring Swissphotonics
16:45 Roundtable Discussion
17:45 Apéro Riche, Sponsoring Swissphotonics

Venue
Basel
BASF

Conference language
English

Cost
free of charge?? (must be no loss for EPIC)

Registration compulsory
(Link on top of the page.)
Limited number of attendees: First come first serve

Contact


Organizers
Carlos Lee, EPIC
Dr. A. Hafner, BASF Schweiz, Basel


Contact at Swissphotonics
Dr. Christoph S. Harder
President Swissphotonics
+41 79 219 90 51

Jürgen Söchtig, 20.7.2016
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Program
Dr. Andreas Hafner, Senior Innovation Manager, BASF Schweiz Welcome and Introduction Icon (43 KB) 
Carlos Lee, Director of EPIC, Belgium Welcome and Introduction Icon (43 KB) 
Dr. Christoph S. Harder, President Swissphotonics, Wollerau SZ Swissphotonics: Swiss National Photonics Labs Icon (43 KB) 
Arcoptrix; Neuchâtel mini FTIR Icon (43 KB) 
Axetris, Kägiswil Gas analytics Icon (43 KB) 
Bruker Optics, Fällanden FTIR, Raman Icon (43 KB) 
CSEM Icon (43 KB) 
Camlin Technologies, MIR VCSELs for sensing applications Icon (43 KB) 
EMPA, EAWAG Water analysis, (trace) gas sensing Icon (43 KB) 
Hamamatsu Instruments Icon (43 KB) 
IRsweep; Zürich QCLs for inline process gas analysis applications Icon (43 KB) 
Alpes Laser SA, CSEM, CEA-LETI MIRPHAB bomb scanner, chemical sensing Icon (43 KB) 
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