Forensics Analysis: Investigations from fibers to ancient art
Join this new webinar titled, Forensics Analysis: Investigations from fibers to ancient art.
About this webinar:
When analyzing particulates, fibers, inks, or chips of paint, microspectroscopy is a workhorse technique for your forensics analysis.
By attending this webinar, users of any skill level can explore how to improve the speed and accuracy of your results with modern microspectroscopy.
You’ll learn how to prepare your samples and determine the best way to analyze them. Then we will survey several applications, including multilayered paint samples, fibers, particulates, and laminated films.
Watch a short clip from the webinar below:
We will show how diffraction-limited IR optics coupled with outstanding visual performance, integrates with our powerful 64-bit software to give a fresh approach to analytical forensics.
About the speaker:
Dr. Michael Bradley taught graduate and undergraduate chemistry for 15 years before becoming a field applications scientist with Thermo Fisher Scientific. He helped develop and launch the Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iN10 FTIR Microscope and the Nicolet iS10 FTIR Spectrometer. He then led the development team for the Nicolet iS50 FTIR Spectrometer and most recently the Nicolet RaptIR™ FTIR Microscope.
Dr. Bradley is now the Product Manager for FTIR spectrometers and microscopes. He’s involved in product development and helps teach customers to better utilize spectroscopy tools. He ensures that customer feedback is incorporated into the development of next-generation hardware and software tools. Mike also sits on the Advisory Board for Spectroscopy Magazine
Who should attend this webinar?
This webinar is for Forensic scientists, Analytical lab scientists, Art Restoration specialists and anyone seeking to learn more about FTIR microscopy. Book your place below.
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