ICN2 Open Knowledge seminars: Introductory lectures on Raman spectroscopy – Part I November 7, 2014

A good initiative will kick-off on ICN2 next week: open seminars will be given on topics carried out at ICN2.
The sessions will start with P2N group on “How can we use photons to study the properties of condensed matter?” and the first seminar is already next Friday November 7th, with introduction to Raman spectroscopy:

Introductory lectures on Raman spectroscopy – Part I
November 7, 2014 – 10:00h
Place: ICN2 Seminar Hall, ICN2 Building, UAB
Coordinated by: Prof. Clivia Sotomayor and Dr. Sebastián Reparaz

Please, confirm your participation by sending an e-mail to: anabel.rodriguez@icn.cat

The full agenda of this first session of seminars is:

  • 7th November from 10 a.m to 12 p.m – Dr. Sebastian Reparaz
    “Introductory lectures on Raman spectroscopy – Part I”
  • 12th November from 10 a.m to 12 p.m – Dr. Sebastian Reparaz
    “Introductory lectures on Raman spectroscopy – Part II”
  • 19th November from 10 a.m to 12 p.m – Dr. Francesc Alzina
    “The origin of Raman bands in graphene”
  • 26th November from 10 a.m to 12 p.m – Dr. Bartlomiej Graczykowski
    “Brillouin Light Scattering: from bulk elastic properties to nanostructures”
  • 3th December from 10 a.m to 12 p.m – Dr. Markus R. Wagner
    “Introduction to basic and advanced optical spectroscopy techniques as versatile tools for material characterization – Transparent Conductive Materials (TCM) as an example”
  • 10th December from 10 a.m to 12 p.m – Dr. Jordi Gomis-Bresco
    “Controlling matter oscillations with light: Cavity Optomechanics”

To know more here:

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