ACMIN Seminar: „New multiscale IR imaging capabilities offered at Solaris Synchrotron with a focus on biomedical applications”
It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the ACMiN Seminar which will be held on Thursday, June 2nd at 2.00 p.m. in the ACMiN auditorium no.: 1.02A, on the second floor, bldg. D-16 (Kawiory Street 30). Those who cannot be present at ACMiN on that day are invited to join the seminar on-line at the following link:
The lecture entitled: „New multiscale IR imaging capabilities offered at Solaris Synchrotron with a focus on biomedical applications” will be given by dr hab. Tomasz Wróbel (SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre, Cracow, Poland).
The Solaris Advanced InfraRed beamline (SOLAIR) is currently under construction. The large radiation extraction from a bending magnet will allow to collect a very wide wavelength range (0.4 – 500 µm), covering the near (NIR), mid (MIR) and the far (FIR) infrared spectral range. The presentation will showcase the current status of the project along with the expected IR beam parameters. It will also highlight microscopic techniques (FT-IR, s-SNOM and PTIR) planned to be used at the beamline with potential applications, ranging from solid-state physics, material science, cultural heritage to biomedical applications. The latter will be discussed in more detail with a focus on cancer diagnosis and macromolecular orientation.