Last developments in Dynamic Light Scattering technique: in situ measurements using time-resolved correlation
Dynamic Light Spectroscopy is today a mature and proven technique of nanoparticle analysis. However, still there is a room for an innovation and improvement in the terms of the instrumentation and software. Two new developments in this domain will be presented: in situ probe for remote or custom measurement and fast time-resolved correlation.
About Renata Lewandowska
With a BSc and PhD in spectroscopy and solid state physics, Renata Lewandowska specialized first in materials analysis, working on solar panels at the Warsaw University of Technology and large-gap semiconductors at the University of Montpellier, to turn later to the spectroscopy instrumentation; first working in the Raman Spectroscopy division of Horiba Scientific (formerly Jobin Yvon) as Raman Applications Manager, and then as a Sales Manager of Cordouan Technologies in the domain of Dynamic Light Scattering.