Visit Us at Winter Plasma 2012 — Booth # 47

Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, Jan 9-14 in Tuscon, AZ


Stop by our booth #47 at the 2012 Winter Plasma Conference in Tucson, Arizona. Meet our scientists and technical sales staff to learn about the latest product innovations of our industry-leading RT100 Series LIBS instruments and J100 Femto Laser Ablation systems.

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Applied Spectra Scientists’ Presentations

  • WPC ST #24 – Fundamentals, Applications, and Directions: Laser Ablation for LIBS and ICP Chemical AnalysisSpeakers: Dr. Richard Russo and Dr. Jhanis Gonzalez
    Date: 01/09/2012 (Mon)
    Time: 7 to 11 PM
    Location: Breakout room
  • Plenary Lecture – PL 02 – Laser Ablation: 50 Years NewSpeaker: Dr. Richard Russo
    Date: 01/10/2012 (Tue)
    Time: 8:00 ~ 9:00 AM
    Location: Presidio Ballroom
  • Poster Presentation – TP40 – Structural, Elemental and Isotopic Mapping Analysis with Laser Ablation ICP-MS and LIBS InstrumentsPresenter: Dr. Jong Yoo
    Date: 01/10/2012 (Tue)
    Time: 3 PM
    Location: Turquoise Ballroom
Dr. Rick Russo

Dr. Richard E. Russo, Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. President and CEO, Applied Spectra, Inc.


Dr. Jhanis Gonzalez, Director of Application Lab Operations, Applied Spectra, Inc.

Jong Yoo

Dr. Jong Yoo, Vice President of Marketing and Technology, Applied Spectra, Inc.


About the Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry

The 2012 Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, seventeenth in a series of biennial meetings sponsored by the ICP Information Newsletter, features developments in plasma spectrochemical analysis by inductively coupled plasma (ICP), dc plasma (DCP), microwave plasma (MIP), glow discharge (GDL, HCL), and laser sources. The meeting will be held Monday, January 9 through Saturday, January 14, 2012, in Tucson, Arizona

The continued growth in popularity of plasma sources for atomization and excitation in atomic spectroscopy and ionization in mass spectrometry and the need to discuss recent developments of these discharges in spectrochemical analysis stimulated the organization of this meeting. The Conference will bring together international scientists experienced in applications, instrumentation, and theory in an informal setting to examine recent progress in the field. Approximately 600 participants from 30 countries are expected to attend.