29th Nov – 2nd Dec
Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
Welcome to the 11th EMSLIBS!
Important announcement: mixed face-to-face and online Symposium to overcome COVID-19 limitations! Read more
We would like to thank all the EMSLIBS participants for their submissions. Abstracts will now be thoroughly reviewed. Acceptance will be announced in two weeks. Keep track of all the…
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As of September 15, we have decided to postpone the abstract submission deadline as requested by a few participants! Abstracts will be accepted until September, 26. Additionally, we will mantain…
Have you already submitted your abstract? Remember that the deadline is on September 15th, just one week to go! Check all the Key Dates Register here Abstract submission instructions &…
Vassilia Zorba, from the Laser Technology Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will present “Emerging ultrafast laser ablation technologies for remote elemental and isotopic analysis”
Vincent Motto-Ros, from the Institut Lumière Matière (Claude Bernard University Lyon 1) will give us a talk entitled “LIBS imaging: a brief overview of breakthrough applications”
Javier Laserna, from UMALASERLAB (University of Málaga), will present “LIBS and acoustics correlated. Towards an improved strategy for rocks and minerals identification”
Jozef Kaiser, from CEITEC Brno University of Technology (and EMSLIBS 2019 Conference Chair!) will give the plenary talk “From table-top LIBS systems to niche applications and the state of the…
Alessandro De Giacomo, from the Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, will bring us the talk “Effects of plasmonic nanostructures on laser ablation”
The organizing committee is delighted to announce that the 11th Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (EMSLIBS) will be held in Gijón (Spain) from November 29 to December 2, 2021.
The original date had to be delayed due to the unique circumstances that we’re experiencing, with the confidence that we will be able to enjoy a face-to-face congress by the end of 2021.