Wednesday June 28th from 1:00 to 2:00 the MCF will co-host a talk by Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp. on their mIRage microscope which uses Optical PhotoThermal IR (O-PTIR) spectroscopy to generate co-located Raman and FTIR maps with sub-micron lateral resolution.
Register using the QR code to reserve a lunch and come by to learn about this new technology.
The virtual nano@stanford Raman workshops are co-hosted with Horiba Scientific on fundamental and advanced application of Raman Spectroscopy. The workshop will be held over Zoom (2 hour sessions) stretched over a period of six weeks. Please see the attached flyer for details.
Stanford Raman Universe 2021
The MCF Image Contest is still going strong! Please consider sending your images/spectra so we can highlight what you are doing to the Georgia Tech Community and beyond!
More information as to how to submit your images and our guidelines can be found here: https://mcf.gatech.edu/news/image-contest-guidelines/
To see past images that have been submitted, they can be found here: https://mcf.gatech.edu/monthly-image-contest-results/