Optical solutions for spectroscopic water analysis

Stephanie Butron, Hamamatsu Corporation
Eric Mesa, Hamamatsu Corporation
May 11, 2022

About this webinar

Light can be used in many ways to understand, study, and spectroscopically characterize the components that may exist in water. Stephanie Butron and Eric Mesa of Hamamatsu Corp. discuss the various markets that benefit from such measurement, the photonic tools currently available to perform such measurement, and how users can select tools for specific applications. They then present a live demonstration that shows how measurement can be done with Hamamatsu's spectrometers and xenon flash lamp modules. Hosted by Photonics Media.

About the presenter

Stephanie Butron is an Applications Engineer for spectrometer products at Hamamatsu Corporation in Bridgewater, New Jersey. She prepares test fixtures and procedures to characterize precisely Hamamatsu’s various spectrometer devices, and assists on projects with her advanced technical support and product selection insight. With a B.S. in chemical engineering from Manhattan College, she is regularly looking at spectrometers from a multi-faceted perspective to provide users a well-rounded understanding of the devices available and the ways they may be beneficial and optimized for their applications.


Eric Mesa is an Applications Engineer with Hamamatsu Corporation based in Bridgewater NJ. His area of focus is light emitting devices, covering a wide range of technologies and applications in medical, industrial, and academic research. He received a B.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rutgers University in 2015 and has been part of the Hamamatsu family since September of 2017.