nano-FTIR enables scientific breakthrough worldwide
Nano Fourier transform infrared (nano-FTIR) combined with scattering-type scanning near-field optical microscopy (s-SNOM) provides infrared spectroscopy at the spatial resolution of atomic-force microscopy (AFM), bringing the analytical power of IR spectroscopy to the nanoscale. This webinar summarizes selected scientific breakthroughs of nano-FTIR users in diverse fields of science, engineering, and industrial research, which include 2D materials, plasmonics, polymers, materials and life sciences, and semiconductor research.
At the end of the webinar, the Q&A section allows you to discuss the latest scientific results with leading nano-FTIR experts.
Key learn objectives:
- Working principle of nano-FTIR and benefits compared to FTIR
- Examples from research area that profit from nano-FTIR technology,
- Novel correlation nano-FTIR with mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties.
Dr. Tobias Gokus, Dr. Stefan Mastel & Dr. Sergiu Amarie, senior application engineers @ neaspec, would be happy to be challenged by your questions.
Unable to attend? All registrants receive a link to a recorded version of the webinar.