A Novel Global Hyperspectral Darkfield Imaging Technique


Tuesday, May 25, 2021


10:00 AM America/Toronto

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In this webinar, we will present a novel global darkfield hyperspectral acquisition technique. Photon etc.’s LIMA system combines a Laser Line Tunable Filter, NKTP supercontinuum source and a research-grade microscope. It is designed for spectral filtering of excitation and rapidly provides the scattered signal of bio- and nanomaterials. This system is compatible with both dry and oil objective and darkfield condensers. This optical non-destructive technique delivers spectral and spatial information over a wide field of view. The spectral information provides insight into the structural composition and shape of studied materials while the imaging capabilities allow their localization. Having access to those key parameters over a large area can help orient synthesis methods of nanomaterials and provide fast analysis of biomaterials. A technology overview and demonstrations will be carried out in this webinar. 

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  1. 10:00 to 10:15: Overview of global darkfield hyperspectral microscopy
  2. 10:15 to 10:25: Photon etc.'s technology
  3. 10:25 to 10:40: Demonstration on gold nanoparticles and a quick analysis
  4. 10:40 to 11:00: Q&A and discussions


Photon etc.

Photon etc. is a Canadian company that offers complete optical analysis solutions based on infrared and hyperspectral optical imaging instrumentation ideal for scientific research and cutting-edge industrial applications. With its widely tunable laser filters, its science grade infrared cameras and its ultrafast hyperspectral imaging systems (preclinical, microscopy and wide-field), Photon etc. enables complex material analysis, in vitro and in vivo biological tissue imaging, industrial sorting and many more cutting-edge applications.
Photon etc.'s hyperspectral imaging platforms also enable the complex analysis of nanomaterials and recyclable materials, semiconductors or solar cells.