Visit Applied Spectra’s Booth #3785 at Pittcon
March 11-14 in Orlando — Register to Win a Kindle Fire
Join Applied Spectra’s scientists and technical sales team at the Pittcon Conference and Expo next week in Orlando, FL, USA. We’ll be giving away two Kindle Fire tablets during the show — on Tues. and Wed. Simply fill out a short survey form and register to win!
Applied Spectra Scientists’ Participation in Pittcon Program
Applied Spectra’s CEO, Dr. Richard Russo, and other members of our scientific team will be presenting at Pittcon:
- Oral Session (Session 360)
- Monday Morning, Room 307A
- 8:00 AM – 360-1: Chemical Mapping and Depth Profiling of Materials with Laser Ablation Spectrometers: LIBS and LA-ICPMS
- ALEXANDER BOL’SHAKOV, Applied Spectra Inc., Jong H Yoo, Jhanis J Gonzalez, Chunyi Liu, Richard E Russo
- Symposium (Session 1910)
- New Developments in Forensic Chemistry for Use at the Crime Scene and in the Laboratory
- Arranged by Jose R Almirall, Florida International University
- Wednesday Afternoon, Room 206C
- 3:15 PM – 1910-3: LIBS and LAMIS: New Forensic Tools
- RICK RUSSO, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Xianglei Mao, Inhee Choi, Dale Perry, Osman Sorkhabi, Alexander A Bol’shakov, Jong H Yoo
- Symposium (Session 2190)
- Advancing Analytical Technologies for Human Health and Security (RSC)
- Thursday Morning, Room 300
- 9:15 AM – 2190-3: Liquid Sampling-Atmospheric Pressure Glow Discharge (LS-APGD) Sources: Practical Approaches for Atomic Spectrometry Miniaturization
- R KENNETH MARCUS, Clemson University, C Derrick Quarles, Anthony Carado, Charles J Barinaga, David W Koppenaal, Rick Russo
- Symposium (Session 2540)
- Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS): A Viable Analytical Tool (SAS)
- Thursday Afternoon, Room 207A
- 4:25 PM – 2540-5: Armed with Fundamentals and Experience: Where Next for LIBS?
- RICK RUSSO, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Xianglei Mao, Alexander A Bol’shakov (Applied Spectra, Inc.), Vassilia Zorba
Pittcon is the world’s annual premier Conference and Exposition on laboratory science. It is organized by The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, a Pennsylvania not-for-profit educational corporation which is comprised of the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh (SSP) and the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP). Pittcon attracts more than 17,000 attendees from industry, academia and government from 90 countries worldwide and is managed by a committee of volunteers and a 11-person staff. Proceeds from Pittcon fund science education and outreach at all levels, kindergarten through adult.
For more information, visit: http://www.pittcon.org/.