Short Courses

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Spectroscopy, Spectroscopy-04-01-2012, Volume 27, Issue 4

Short Courses


16–19 Gamma Spectroscopy Course

Roswell, GA

16–20 Surface Analysis 2012

University of Dayton, Dayton, OH

19–21 Infrared Spectral Interpretation

Charleston, SC

23–25 Mass Spectral Interpretation

Charleston, SC

24UV-Vis NIR Spectrophotometer Easton, MD


6 Basic Impedance Spectroscopy

Seattle, WA


16–18 Mass Spectral Interpretation

Pittsburgh, PA

18–20 Advanced MS Interpretation

Pittsburgh, PA

19–20 Introduction to High Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis

Vancouver, BC

22–23 Infrared Spectral Interpretation

Pittsburgh, PA


4–6 Mass Spectral Interpretation

Philadelphia, PA


9–11 Mass Spectral Interpretation

Boston, MA

9–13Infrared Spectroscopy I

Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME

16–20Infrared Spectroscopy II

Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME

16–20F-techniques:FCS, FCCS, FLCS, FRET, FLIM and FRAP

Biopolis, Singapore


13–15 Mass Spectral Interpretation

Atlantic City, NJ

21–23 Infrared Spectral Interpretation

Atlantic City, NJ

30Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Easton, MD


5–7 SingleMolecule Spectroscopy and Ultra Sensitive Analysis in the Life Sciences

Berlin, Germany


2 Analytical Raman Spectroscopy

Kansas City, MO

2 Forensic Science: Microscopy in Trace Analysis

Kansas City, MO

2 Raman Chemical Imaging Technologies and Methods

Kansas City, MO

3 Infrared Spectral Interpretation: A Strategic Approach

Kansas City, MO

3 Professional Analytical Chemists in Industry: A Short Course for Undergraduate Students

Kansas City, MO

4 Hands-on Chemometric Analysis with the Unscrambler

Kansas City,

29–1 NovemberPrinciples and Applications of Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Baltimore, MD