Exploring the Critical Factors in Choosing a High-Throughput, Compact Optical Spectrometer

Live Presentation - Wednesday, January 22, 2014, 2:00 pm ET

Compact Raman spectrometers are continually finding new uses in the fields of raw material identification, process monitoring, crystal Identification, counterfeit identification, SERS applications, and drugs of abuse identification.

This Webinar will describe and identify the advantages of a transmissive VPH spectrometer design and show that they can provide both high-throughput operation without sacrificing compact form factor.



Scott M. Norton, Ph.D.
VP of Engineering
Wasatch Photonics, Inc.

Scott Norton, Ph.D. is the VP of Engineering for Wasatch Photonics, Inc. in Durham, NC.  He received his MS/Ph.D. in Optical Sciences from the University of Rochester.  In addition, Scott had two years of post-doctoral training work in Rheumatology/Immunology that gave him a unique skill set to tackle a variety of novel bioassay development projects.  Dr. Norton was the co-founder and CTO of Kiara Biosystems and has fifteen years’ experience in optical instrumentation design and algorithm development.


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