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GISR 2017: Present and future of Raman researches in Italy

Italian Meeting on Raman spectroscopies and non linear optical effects, GISR 2017, June 7-9 2017, Trieste (Italy).

The fifth national congress on Raman spectroscopies and nonlinear optical effects GISR2017 followed the tradition of the meetings that have been organized every 2 years since 1986 by the National Discussion Group on Raman Spectroscopy and Nonlinear Optical Effects. The GISR conference series was born as an opportunity for promoting scientific discussions and exchanges in the field of Raman spectroscopy and nonlinear optical techniques among peoples coming from academia, research centers, and industries. The focus of GISR2017 was to present an overview both on the most recent technological advancements in the development of innovative spectroscopic techniques based on Raman and optical Raman microscopies and on the state‐of‐the‐art applications of these techniques for addressing a large array of open problems, ranging from the analytical chemistry to a versatile biomedical analysis tool, from the characterization of materials in the field of cultural heritage to the designing of efficient nanostructures for surface‐enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) detection. 

The conference was held in June 2017 at the excellent location of Adriatico Guesthouse at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Grignano (Trieste) and was chaired by Claudio Masciovecchio and Barbara Rossi from Elettra–Sincrotrone Trieste. During the opening, focus was given to the presentation of the ultraviolet resonant Raman (UVRR) scattering setup that exploits the tunability of UV synchrotron radiation source of Elettra, resulting in a unique spectroscopy facility to be used for addressing a large arrays of open issues in different scientific fields. Four keynote talks were given, and over 60 attendees of the event, among whom especially young researchers, had the opportunity to present their scientific results, in form of 22 oral and 23 poster contributions and discuss the most recent scientific highlights on the many facets of Raman and nonlinear optical spectroscopies during the dedicated sessions. 

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Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, Vol. 49 - 6, pp. 909-912 (2018) 

Last Updated on Monday, 02 July 2018 15:53