Agilent at ICAVS7 : August 25 - 30, 2013

[ General Information ]
Date(会期) August 25 (Sun) - 30 (Fri)     8月25日(日)~30日(金)
Venue(会場) Kobe Convention Center      神戸国際会議場

Website :
6-9-1 Minatojima-nakamachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe 650-0046, Japan
Tel : +81-78-302-5200  Fax : +81-78-302-6485
[ Agilent FTIR Spectroscopy Events ]
Meet our team of Molecular spectroscopy specialist at Agilent booth and at the following informative events:
Agilent Workshop
August 25 (sun) 13:00 - 17 : 00  RoomD (503)
[ Need to register from here(send e-mail) to attend this FREE workshop ]
Agilent Seminar (luncheon) August 26 (mon) 11: 30 - 12 : 30  RoomB (501)
  • When : August 25th, Sunday 13:00 - 17:00
  • Where : RoomD (503)
  • Room Capacity (number of seats) : 50 people
 13:00-13:15 Agilent Introduction & Welcome
 13:15-14:00 "Principles & Applications of FTIR Chemical Imaging"
by Dr. Mustafa Kansiz, Research FTIR Product Manager, Agilent Technologies.

FTIR spectroscopy has long been the analytical workhorse of analytical laboratories and with recent advances in detector technology, these analytical advantages are being applied at the micro scale, through FTIR chemical imaging, which now provides for the unique ability to acquire spatial (where) and spectral (what) chemical information simultaneously across a large field of view in a matter of seconds. This talk will introduce FTIR spectroscopy and FTIR chemical imaging with demonstration of its analytical power through presentation of a variety of applications across both biomedical chemical imaging, with its potential for more rapid and objective disease diagnosis (from tissue sections) through to materials/polymers applications with novel sample preparation free methodologies to reveal micron level chemical and spatial detail of polymer films/laminates and other polymeric materials.


 14:00-14:30 "Infrared spectroscopy of organic materials used for electronic devices"
by Professor Yukio Furukawa, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry School of Advanced Science and Engineering,
Waseda University, Japan
 14:30-15:00 "Advances in mid-IR spectroscopy for Analytical Chemistry"
by Dr. Bernhard Lendl, Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, Technical University of Vienna, Austria
 15:00-15:20 Afternoon Tea, light drinks and refreshments provided by Agilent Technologies
 15:20-15:50 "Protein-bound water molecules in rhodopsins"
by Dr. Hideki Kandori, Department of Frontier Materials, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
 15:50-16:20 "Rapid focal plane array imaging of tissue sections"
by Dr Bayden Wood, Molecular Spectroscopy and Centre for Biospectroscopy, School of Chemistry,
Monash University, Australia.
 16:30 - 17:00 Hands-on FTIR Imaging Demonstration with user samples.
Attendees are invited to bring along their own samples for measurement.
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 Luncheon Seminar
  • When : August 26th, Monday 11:30 - 12:30
  • Where : RoomB (501)
  • Room Capacity (number of seats) : 105 people
[ Title ]

Latest Developments in FTIR Spectroscopy from Mobile to Research and Imaging Applications

A review on the latest developments in Agilent's FTIR spectroscopy portfolio, covering mobile/handheld FTIR through to research and imaging FTIR will be presented, focusing on the design and application fundamentals.
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 Exhibition at Agilent booth

Cary 620/610 FTIR
The Agilent Cary 620 spectrochemical imaging system provides
the highest level of sensitivity.
(Japanese website)

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