The Analytical VIP

HORIBA Scientific is your partner in science.
To better highlight the analytical part of our portfolio, we have created a virtual event called “The Analytical VIP”. Program contents have been designed to reflect all relevant analytical solutions to address your application challenges.

Returning visitors can find the video replays of the 2020 edition on this page.

Materials Characterization - June 24th

The global semiconductor industry is set to continue its robust growth well into the next decade due to emerging technologies such as autonomous driving, artificial intelligence (AI), 5G and Internet of Things (IoT).
HORIBA Group is a global leader in fluid control devices and systems and a major supplier to the semiconductor industry.
On January 1st, HORIBA Group created the Optical Smart Sensing (OSS) Division, a dedicated team to leverage all the HORIBA technologies to the semiconductors and related field industry.

Emmanuel Nolot, CEA, Leti (France)

Inline characterization strategies for the development and the monitoring of new memories in semiconductor environment

The first generation of resistive memory based of phase-change materials (Phase Change Memory or PCM) is already in production for standalone market and is being qualified for the automotive market, which is highly demanding in terms of reliability standards...Download full abstract

Thomas Nuytten, IMEC (Belgium)

Raman spectroscopy for dimensional metrology in semiconductor nano-electronics

As the dimensions of semiconductor device architectures shrink, the need for precise control and metrology of the pitch and critical dimension (CD) throughout the different processing steps becomes of paramount importance...Download full abstract

Gaëlle Antoun, Orléans University-CNRS (France)

Spectroscopic Ellipsometry for Atomic Layer Etching

Since 2015, Atomic Layer Etching (ALE) has a real gain of interest in the semiconductor industry. This process enables to etch a material few monolayers by few monolayers using very controlled alternated steps...Download full abstract

Virginie Ponsinet, CNRS (France)

Ellipsometric study of the optical resonances of colloidal assemblies

Nanotechnology was seeded by the idea of versatile material synthesis by direct manipulationand assembly of atoms or elementary entities. It has unraveled nanosize-related enhanced oreven unique mechanical, catalytic, electrical, and optical properties; and has led to anexponential growth of new engineered nanomaterials and their applications in microelectronics,medicine, energy, etc...Download full abstract

Life Sciences - June 30th

Covid19 pandemic dramatically increased the interest for research in Virology and Life Sciences in general.
In parallel, the developed vaccines in record time will pave the way for new approaches in vaccinology and drug discovery.
As a leader in Scientific instrumentation, HORIBA brings breakthrough solutions in Raman, fluorescence, particle sizing and SPRi, among others.
This session is dedicated to Life Sciences and will be focused on cell and virus analysis.

Fatima Hibti, HORIBA Scientific (France)

Analytical Solutions for Bioprobes Characterization

The need for fluorescent bioprobes has exploded in the last decades in the Life Sciences and Medical domains for applications such as bioimaging, lab-on-chip diagnostics, drug development or cell sorting...Download full abstract

Yves Mély, University of Strasbourg (France)

Imaging HIV-1 viral proteins by advanced fluorescence imaging techniques

Quantitative imaging techniques, such as FRET-FLIM, FCS and FCCS, and RICS are powerful tools to monitor the dynamics and interactions of proteins in live cells...Download full abstract

Charles Duchêne, Ixaka-France (France)

Off-the-Shelf CAR-T Therapy-using Hybrid NPs: Physicochemical Characterization

Ixaka (previously Rexgenero France) is a preclinical stage biotech company developing off-the-shelf and universal chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T therapy allowing in vivotargeting and transduction of T-cells...Download full abstract

Grégory Penner, Neoventures (Canada)

Assessing aptamer binding to viral proteins by HORIBA SPRi analysis

At NeoVentures we have developed aptamers for several viral proteins including but not limited to the spike and nucleoprotein of SARS-CoV-2 and theP24 coat protein of HIV...Download full abstract

Huabing Yin, University of Glasgow (Scotland)

Integrated Raman and microfluidics for rapid diagnosis and cell sorting

Individual phenotypic differences exist ubiquitously in biology. However, isolating and studying key individuals from a complex microbial population is not trivial...Download full abstract

Polymers - July 8th

How HORIBA can help you facing the challenges of the Plastic Circular Economy: From new sustainable materials down to sorting and recycling.
Plastic materials plays a crucial role in our lives and they are the key and the solution in a variety of application fields: Packaging, Construction and Building, Electronics, Automotive etc… The sustainability of the new materials, the increasing number of regulations to protect our environment and health and the capability of recycling and regenerate the plastic waste will drive the future developments in the polymer industry. Microplastic is a good example to underline the importance and the need of a circular economy.
Join us to understand all these challenges and discover how HORIBA is supporting the polymer industry in its transition to the future.

Agnieszka van Batavia (LCA) Netherlands

The importance of advanced analytical testing methods in relation to compliance with (plastic) packaging legislation

In a recent report McKinsey predicts that increasing and accelerating regulation, and regulatory complexity, is one of the key factors that will shape the packaging industry in the years to come...Download full abstract

Alvise Vianello, Aalborg University (Denmark)

State of the art in microplastic analysis: where are we, and where are we going?

Microplastic pollution represents a global threat to the environment, and it recently became a topic of increasing concern among media and politics...Download full abstract

Valentina Notarstefano, Università Politecnica delle Marche (Italy)​

Microplastics as new emerging contaminants on human health

Microplastics are nowadays considered ubiquitous contaminants and hence it is not surprising to find their presence even in human organs and tissues...Download full abstract

Christelle Mégier, HORIBA (France) & Anthony Boulanger, Greentropism (France)

HORIBA Near Infrared spectroscopic solutions for plastic recycling: A necessity for environment & circular economy

This webinar will introduce the plastic recycling markets requirements andchallenges related to new packaging materials and how some newtechnologies based on spectroscopic analysis, or with Artificial intelligence, canhelp to sort better, faster, and contribute in a healthier environment...Download full abstract

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