Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy Webinars

Introduction to Dimension IconIR – Large-Sample Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy

Gain new insight into the use, applications, and unique advantages of the Dimension IconIR platform for co-localized imaging


Our newest AFM-IR platform supports the leading-edge of materials research and development and design.

This webinar focuses on the use of the Dimension IconIR AFM-IR platform — especially for co-localized imaging — and features expert-led presentations and demonstrations of the system.

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Discover Dimension IconIR: The complete correlative microscopy solution for quantitative nanoscale chemical, mechanical, and electrical characterization. 

The Dimension IconIR combines Bruker’s industry-leading nanoIR™ photothermal AFM-IR technology with the large-sample Dimension Icon® AFM platform to establish new standards in chemical and material property mapping with sub-10nm chemical imaging resolution and correlative microscopy.

During this virtual workshop, we will introduce photothermal AFM-IR spectroscopy on Bruker’s newest AFM-IR product, including discussion of applications and co-localized imaging with Photothermal AFM-IR and PeakForce property mapping modes.

Presentations by the nanoIR team will be interspersed with live demonstrations of sample measurement with the Dimension IconIR with multiple co-local datasets.

Find out more about the technology featured in this webinar or our other solutions for nanoscale chemical and mechanical property mapping: