29th Nov – 2nd Dec
Euro-Mediterranean Symposium on Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
The 11th edition of EMSLIBS will be joined by 16 remarkable invited speakers, participating both in-person and online.
- César Álvarez-Llamas (Spain):
Stand-off LIBS in space exploration. New facility for the simulation of different planetary conditions.
- Carlos Aragón (Spain):
Space- and time-resolved CSigma-LIBS: implications in plasma characterization and elemental analysis.
- Jorge Cáceres (Spain):
Recent advances and future trends in food analysis by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy.
- Yoshihiro Deguchi (Japan):
Development of quantitative LIBS techniques for applications to industrial processes.
- Marcella Dell’Aglio (Italy):
Sensing nanoparticle-protein corona using nanoparticle enhanced Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy signal enhancement.
- Vincent Detalle (France):
New opportunity for LIBS application in heritage science.
- Yixiang Duan (China):
Instrument Development and Applications of Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Related Analytical Technologies.
- Roberta Fantoni (Italy):
LIBS Stratigraphy a powerful tool for in situ investigation of multilayered Cultural Heritage surfaces.
- Michael Gaft (Israel):
Molecular emission of rare-earth elements in LIBS.
- Igor Gornushkin (Germany):
Molecule formation in reactive LIBS plasmas: model and experiment.
- Saara Kaski (Finland):
Development of statistical approaches for the identification of Li-bearing minerals with LIBS.
- Madhavi Martin (United States):
Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy in the detection and mapping of silicon in leaves – A novel approach to understand C sequestration and bioenergy production.
- Ota Samek (Czech Republic):
The potential of combining LIBS and Raman spectroscopy data for biomass analysis.
- Vincenzo Palleschi (Italy):
From calibration curves to Deep Learning, what’s in the future of LIBS quantitative analysis?
- Johannes Pedarnig (Austria):
Femtogram Mass Detection and Chemical Imaging with Micrometer Spatial Resolution by Femtosecond LIBS.
- Ronger Zheng (China):
Underwater LIBS: from laboratory to deep sea towards the applications.