Keynote Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Non-linear and time resolved

Sers, Ters and plasmonic

Material science

Fundamentals and theory

Biology and biomedicine

Novel Techniques, analytics and applications

Non-linear and time resolved

Prof. Ji-Xin Cheng

Boston University , USA
Nonlinear Raman imaging: technical innovations and biomedical applications
Prof. Sanford Ruhman

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem , Israel
Excited state transannular interaction revisited with ultrafast spectroscopy
Prof. Tahei Tahara

Director of Molecular Spectroscopy Laboratory RIKEN , Japan
Study of complex molecular systems by femtosecond vibrational spectroscopy

Material science

Prof. Stéphane Berciaud

Université de Strasbourg & CNRS, France
Dynamical strain is suspended 2D materials
Prof. Angela R. Hight Walker

National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Magneto-Raman Spectroscopy to Identify Spin Structure in Low-Dimensional Quantum Materials.
Prof. Ado Jorio

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil
Micro vs. nano-Raman spectroscopy in two-dimensional systems.

Biology and biomedicine

Prof. Thomas Bocklitz

Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany
Machine learning and chemometrics as tools for bio-medical Raman data analysis.
Prof. Paola Borri

Cardiff University, UK
Quantitative hyperspectral coherent Raman scattering microscopy for bioimaging.
Prof. Marcus T Cicerone

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Imaging Biology with Spectroscopic Time-Domain Coherent Raman Microscopy
Prof. Nicholas Stone

University Lead for Healthcare Technologies, UK
Clinical Raman spectroscopy - a potential panacea (or just a pretty good compliment to current clinical diagnostics)?

Sers, Ters and plasmonic

Prof. Jeremy J. Baumberg

University of Cambridge, UK
Videoing single molecules by Raman: using light confined to the atomic scale
Prof. Jian-Feng Li

Xiamen University, China
Plasmonic core-shell nanostructures for in-situ probing surface reactions.
Prof. Bin Ren

Xiamen University, China
Tip-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Nanoscale Characterization of Two Dimensional Materials.
Prof. Katherine A. (Kallie) Willets

WilletsLab, Temple University, USA
Super-resolution imaging of molecules interacting with plasmonic nanostructures.

Fundamentals and theory

Prof. Ewan Blanch

RMIT University, Australia
Structural analysis of complex biomolecules using Raman optical activity (ROA).
Prof. Shaul Mukamel

University of California Irvine, USA
X-Ray Raman Spectroscopy.
Prof. Ludger Wirtz

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Theoretical resonant Raman Spectroscopy: Non-adiabatic and excitonic effects.

Novel Techniques, analytics and applications

Prof. Hiro-o Hamaguchi

Nat'l Chio Tung University, Taiwan
Raman spectroscopy with HAMAND has detected "nano-ice" and solved the maximum density mystery of water.
Prof. Young Mee Jung

Kangwon National University, Korea
Versatile Applications of Two-Dimensional Correlation Analysis in Raman Spectroscopy.
Prof. Costanza Miliani

National Research Council, Italy
Raman Spectroscopy for Heritage Materials: recent advances in methods and applications.
Prof. Eric Potma

University of California Irvine, USA
Single molecule coherent Raman scattering: why and how?