Japan IRRaman seminar

Annual IR/Raman training course 2019 in Tokyo/Oska

-Approaches to microdomains using cutting-edgeanalytical techniques-

We are very honored to announce that "IR/Raman Technology Seminar 2019" to be held on 26th Novenber in Osaka and 29th November in Tokyo. Under the theme of "Approaches to microdomains using cutting-edgeanalytical techniques", in addition to infrared and Raman spectroscopy, we will introduce the latest technologies and applications of various analyzers, as well as a lot of information that can only be catch at this seminars, such as tips for efficiently conducting business.
Please join us at this precious opportunity once a year. We look forward to your visit.

training course information

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IR Raman training couse 2019
<Osaka>2019/11/26  13 : 00- 17 : 00 ※Open 12 : 30 @ Knowledge capital conference room B5+6
<Tokyo>2019/11/29  13 : 00- 17 : 00  ※Open 12 : 30 @Bellsale Yaesu Room 4+5

Cost : free
Capacity :Osaka 60 / Tokyo 100 *on a first-come-first-served basis
Guest speaker:Mr. T.Kitamura(Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation ) / Mr. Mitsuhashi (toray research center)

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Program details



13:00 - 13:15  Opening remarks  


13:15 – 14:00  presentation Bruker1


14:00 – 14:30  Presentation Bruker2  


14:30 – 14:50  coffee break


14:50 – 15:50  special presentation1


15:50 – 16:50  special presentation1 


16:50 – 17:00  Q&A 


17:00  closing 



about presentor


*Special Presentation 1
Takuya Kitamura from - Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
"Aiming to Improve Analysis Accuracy and Efficiency in Foreign Matter Analysis"

* Special Presentation 2
   Kazunari Mitsuhashi - Toray Research Center
"Analysis of polymer materials using infrared spectroscopy in the micro region"

*General lecture 1
Tomoyuki Matsubara - Bruker. Japan Optics Division

"Evolve to this point! Introduction and measurement examples of the latest micro FT-IR imaging system"

*General lecture 2
Horizontal - XMA Sales Manager, Nanoanalysis Division, Bulukha Japan Co., Ltd.
"Prospects for Foreign Matter Analysis Using Micro-XRF for Ultra Light Element Analysis"

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