|Schedule||October 19, 2020-October 22, 2020|
Biophotonics has come a long way over the last decades. Advances in light-based technologies have resulted in innovative and transformative tools to study and manipulate biological systems at the subcellular, cellular, tissue, and organ levels. Now and even more in the future, optics and photonics will be a strong key enabler in next-generation diagnostic, analytical, and therapeutic modalities.
We have been continuously researching how biological phenomena interacts with light and will present our latest products for this area.
Human actions have caused environmental problems such as air and water pollution, global warming, and radiation exposure. Highly accurate optical measurement techniques are essential to protect our world from these problems and achieve a sustainable society. Hamamatsu Photonics designs and fabricates environmental measurement devices that capture accurate information on air and water quality, as well as optical measurement products such as mini-spectrometers and module products specifically designed for detecting radiation.
Hamamatsu provides high-sensitivity optical sensors and high-luminance light sources for quality inspection equipment that detects pollutant components in trace amounts.
Our mini spectrometers are well established in the market and cover a wide spectral range. A new model was developed especially for Raman measurements. However, for some applications "mini" is still too large, so Hamamatsu has developed our brand new micro-spectrometers - an ultra-compact spectrometer head the size of a fingertip, incorporating both MEMS and image sensor technology, for use in portable measurement equipment.
Our cameras are designed to deliver beautiful and reliably quantitative images even in the most demanding of applications.
A high-performance camera enabling high-quality imaging must maintain a good balance of low readout noise, low dark current, and high quantum efficiency at the optimum level. By pursuing the three elements required for high-quality imaging, we have obtained extensive knowledge of producing our unique and high specification cameras, from sensor development to circuit design.
From the practice for the practice: The analytica forums are practice-oriented platforms for the user. As a visitor, you will again benefit from interesting best-practice presentations and current tips for your daily work. HAMAMATSU will present 3 interesting talks on different topics.
|Spectral Sensors||Different spectroscopic techniques will be presented while pointing out which sensors are suited best to reach the ideal performance. In the process Hamamatsu's latest developments regarding Image Sensors for the UV, VIS and IR range are shown. Furthermore, we will introduce our latest Mini- and Microspectrometers featuring our new compact FTIR engine.|
|Novel Techniques for Analytical Imaging||Within this talk, we show you how traditional analytical techniques can be enriched with additional spatial information. Learn more about three technologies for analytical imaging: X-ray fluorescence for investigation of elemental composition of heterogeneous samples, Raman spectroscopy for detection of vibrational fingerprints of molecules and Infrared Hyperspectral imaging for analysis of the position and composition of samples.|
|Advancing the gas sensing with novel infrared photonic solutions||Optical gas sensors are widely used in industrial, medical, and environmental fields. They exploit the absorption of light by gas at specific wavelength, the color of light. Discover different applications of Hamamatsu Photonics detector and emitter technologies like Mid-IR LEDs, Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs), xenon flash lamps, mid-IR thermic graphene light source and various mid-IR eco-friendly InAsSb photovoltaic detector solutions.|
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