Edinburgh Instruments June 2020 Webinar Series | Molecular Spectroscopy

Edinburgh Instruments June 2020 Webinar Series

We are delighted to announce that we will be running a series of webinars in June covering molecular spectroscopy applications. The webinars are open to anyone interested in expanding their knowledge on current research topics and trends in fluorescence, Raman and transient absorption spectroscopy. Browse the series below and register your interest. We will send you a link to attend the webinars and look forward to seeing you there.

Spectroscopy of Materials for Lighting and Display Applications

  • Thursday, 4th June
  • 09:00 and 16:00 BST
  • Duration: Approx. 30 minutes followed by Q&A

Optoelectronic materials for lighting and displays are a very popular research topic in Materials Science, thanks to increasing demand from the industry. In this webinar we will examine the latest trends in LED and OLED technologies showcasing state-of-the art research by Edinburgh Instruments customers. We will demonstrate how to best utilise molecular spectroscopy techniques such as Photoluminescence, Raman, and Transient Absorption to design new and efficient lighting and display materials.


Spectroscopy of Materials for Solar Energy Conversion

  • Thursday, 11th June
  • 09:00 and 16:00 BST
  • Duration: Approx. 30 minutes followed by Q&A

Efficiency and cost have long been barriers for the widespread adoption of solar energy. However, emerging 3rd generation photovoltaic technologies such as hybrid perovskites have the potential to remove these barriers. In this webinar we will discuss the use of optical spectroscopy for the characterisation of 3rd gen photovoltaic materials. The focus will be on hybrid perovskites and the complementary information that photoluminescence, Raman and transient absorption spectroscopy can provide for the research and development of these excellent photovoltaic materials.

Spectroscopy of Nanomaterials

  • Thursday, 18th June
  • 09:00 and 16:00 BST
  • Duration: Approx. 30 minutes followed by Q&A

Nanomaterials are fast becoming an important part of our everyday lives, they exhibit novel characteristics, such as increased strength, giving them a vast array of applications. This webinar will discuss how to use Photoluminescence, Raman and Transient Absorption spectroscopies to characterise novel nanomaterials, as well as some of the potential uses for these materials. We will focus on four key areas: carbon nanotubes, quantum dots, semiconductors and surfaced enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS).

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