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Exhibits at SCIX offer a dynamic mix of sales, scientific and engineering expertise on instrumentation, software and supplies.

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2019 Exhibitors

Booth 220

art Photonics
Rudower Chaussee 46
12489 Berlin, Germany


art photonics GmbH, founded in Berlin in September 1998, is one of the worldwide leaders in development and production of specialty fiber products for a broad spectrum from 300nm to 16µm. Unique technologies of Polycrystalline Mid InfraRed (PIR-) fibers and Metal coated Silica fibers are used for assembly of various spectroscopy probes for medical diagnostics and industrial process control, in volume production of fiber for medical and industrial lasers, for different fiber bundles, etc.

Booth 224

Society for Applied Spectroscopy
168 West Main Street #300
New Market, MD 21774


The Society for Applied Spectroscopy is a non-profit membership organization representing scientists in all areas of spectroscopy. 2018 marks our 60th anniversary serving the scientific community. Members receive numerous benefits including a subscription to the internationally recognized, peer reviewed journal Applied Spectroscopy. Visit our booth for more information and to join so you can be part of our next 60 years!

Booth 300

Ibsen Photonics
Ryttermarken 15-21
Farum, Denmark DK-3520


Ibsen Photonics is the global leader in transmission gratings and OEM spectrometer modules for UV, VIS, and NIR spectral ranges. The overall key benefits of our products and technologies are: Very high efficiency/throughput (low optical loss), High thermal stability and robustness. Our spectrometer products include: ROCK for high throughput, FREEDOM for ultra-compact size and low cost, EAGLE for high resolution, I-MON wavelength interrogation monitor for FBG sensing systems in the 850, 1310, and 1550 nm wavelength ranges and Custom built OEM spectrometers to match our customer's exact needs. Our grating products include: Phase Masks for Fiber Bragg Grating manufacturing, Pulse Compression Gratings for high power lasers, Polarization insensitive gratings (PING) for Telecom WSS, OCM and tunable filters and High efficiency spectrometer gratings. Ibsen Photonics is a privately held company with headquarter in Farum, Denmark. For more information please visit www.ibsen.com

Booth 301

PIKE Technologies
6125 CottonWood Drive
Madison, WI 53719


PIKE Technologies is a leading manufacturer of sampling accessories for FT-IR and molecular spectroscopy. PIKE products are designed and manufactured to work with all major models of FT-IR and molecular spectrometers and are based upon the principles of spectroscopic measurement via: • Attenuated total reflectance (ATR) • Diffuse reflectance • Specular reflectance • Transmission, including sample cells and IR windows • Remote sensing • High-throughput automation • Integrating spheres • Polarization control • IR microscopy • Tight focusing (beam condensing) • Long-path gas cells. Many of these products are available with optional heating and automation to optimize and speed sampling. We are always interested in working with you to create new and specialized versions of spectroscopy sampling tools. PIKE Technologies also manufactures customized optics including mirrors and IR microscope objectives.

Booth 304

Spectroscopy Magazine
485F US Highway 1 South, Ste 100
Iselin, NJ 08830


Spectroscopy is a trade magazine published since 1985. Spectroscopy has an editorial goal to promote and support the use of spectroscopic instrumentation in applied research, environmental testing, quality control, and the life sciences.

 Booth 305

EmVision LLC

1471 F Road

Loxahatchee, Florida  33470


EmVision is a leading manufacturer and designer of advanced optical systems in Raman spectroscopy.  EmVision manufacturers the high-performance HT Spectrometer, and soon to be released compact CS Spectrometer.  Our spectrometers and probes are used for cutting-edge laboratory and medical applications; both in lab research and for in situ or in vivo real-time operative measurement.  EmVision manufacturers a standard product line of small-size probes including a Raman probe, endoscopic probe and multi-spectroscopy probe, as well as designs numerous custom probes.  A few of EmVision’s recent custom probe designs covered in prominent industry publications include a Raman 0.9 mm-dia side-viewing microprobe used within a brain biopsy needle, a Raman 2.5 mm-dia x 12 mm-long endoscopic probe used with a robotic-assisted surgical system for prostatectomy procedures and a visually guided Raman probe for cervical assessment during pregnancy.  Please stop-by our booth to talk more about these exciting products and how these products are advancing medicine and lab research!

Booth 306

Mott Corporation
84 Spring Lane
Farmington, CT 06032


Mott is a high precision filtration and flow control company trusted by the world’s best known technical and performance brands. Often, our customers have no effective options to solve their challenging problems. Our strategic vision is to deliver technological breakthroughs where none currently exist.

Booth 307

Keit Spectrometers
Unit 4, Zephyr Bldg.
Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX11 0RL


Keit developed a rugged Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectrometer designed to take on the rigours of the manufacturing environment with simple, fixed components. Extremely stable, and low maintenance, this compact spectrometer is an easy-to-use tool for process monitoring of liquids and slurries either indoors or out. The Keit FTIR spectrometer was originally developed for the space program making it inherently tough and vibration tolerant. Now the power of FTIR spectroscopy is available for use in industrial environments. With no moving parts, the FTIR spectrometer is able to work directly on the manufacturing floor to help chemical engineering and production staff make process-optimising decisions in real time both for batch and in-line process monitoring without the hassle of long fibre-optic cables.

Booth 308

3210 S. Croddy Way
Santa Ana, CA 92704


Booth 310

Specac Inc
414 Commerce Dr, Suite 175
Fort Washington, PA 19034


Specac is a high quality manufacturer of FTIR accessories and sample preparation products, bringing new and innovative solutions to the market place on a regular basis. Specac’s spectroscopic accessory products cover a range of techniques, including ATR, Diffuse Reflectance, Specular Reflectance and Transmission. Providing the right solution for any sample in any state and under any conditions. Additionally, Specac manufacture a wide range of holographic wire grid polarizers and free standing wire grid polarizers, ideal for terahertz applications. Specac produce a wide range of laboratory sample preparation products for making pellets, discs or films aimed at FTIR and XRF applications. The “Atlas” range of sample presses offers the right pressing solution for your needs, ranging from small low tonnage manual hydraulic presses to 40 ton fully programmable automatic presses.

Booth 312

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
7102 Riverwood Dr.
Columbia, MD 21046


Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) is the American subsidiary of Shimadzu Corporation, (Kyoto, Japan). Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, SSI is a leading provider of analytical measurement and testing instrumentation for a broad range of applications in science and industry, including in such areas as academic research, pharmaceuticals, food & beverages, environmental, chemicals, and forensics. Instruments include chromatographs (HPLC/UFLC/UHPLC, GC); mass spectrometers (GC/MS, LC/MS, MALDI); spectrophotometers (FT-IR, Fluorescence, UV-VIS-NIR); atomic spectrometers (AA, ICP); X-ray spectrometers (EDX, XRD, XRF); thermal & particle size analyzers; Total Organic Carbon analyzers; data systems/software; balances; and materials testers. With a vast installed base and preferred vendor status at many institutions, SSI’s instruments are used by researchers in all 50 states, and SSI counts as customers some of the leading institutions in the country, customers who can count on the stability, experience, and support only Shimadzu offers.

Booth 313

WITec Instruments Corp.
130G Market Place Blvd
Knoxville, TN 37922


WITec is a manufacturer of high resolution optical and scanning probe microscopy solutions for scientific and industrial applications. A modular product line allows the combination of different microscopy techniques such as Raman, NSOM or AFM in one single instrument for flexible analyses of optical, chemical and structural properties of a sample.

Booth 314

RPMC Lasers, Inc.
203 Joseph Street
Ofallon, MO 63366


RPMC Lasers, Inc. offers innovative Diode Pumped Solid-State Lasers and Laser Diode Modules in wavelengths in the IR, visible, and near-UV spectrums with market-leading output power. The DPSS lasers feature a monolithic resonator technology that ensures true single-frequency emission along with excellent power, wavelength, and pointing stability.

Booth 315

Andor Technology
300 Baker Avenue
Concord, CT 01742


Andor Technology, a leader in high performance cameras and spectroscopy solutions will be exhibiting at SCIX on booth 417. Come by and chat to our experts about your research, and see live demos of our new Kymera Spectrograph platform. Andor’s spectrograph family is based on Czerny-Turner, Echelle or Transmission optical designs, and offers a range of highly configurable or highly specialised platforms to best suit your experimental requirements. The Kymera 328i is our newest Intelligent and multi-modal spectroscopy platform for Physical and Life science, featuring; Adaptive Focus technology, TruRes™ – Highest spectral resolution, quad-grating turret with eXpress™ RFID, and dual inputs and outputs for maximum flexibility. We will also be showcasing our iDus 416 camera for Low Dark Current Deep Depletion, our latest iStar sCMOS; the fastest frame rate intensified camera available, and our newest additions to our sCMOS for spectrosopcy portfolio, including the world’s most sensitive back-illuminated sCMOS camera.

Booth 321

Eigenvector Research, Inc.
196 Hyacinth Road
Manson, WA 98831


Eigenvector Research, Inc. (EVRI) is a full-service Chemometrics company, offering software, training and consulting. EVRI provides advanced chemometrics support for a wide variety of industries and academia. Our chemometric software products include our flagship MATLAB-based PLS_Toolbox and stand-alone Solo. We also offer MIA_Toolbox and Solo+MIA for Multivariate Image Analysis. Automated application of our chemometric models is simple with our Solo_Predictor and Model_Exporter. EVRI offers chemometrics training, such as our short courses here at SCIX, plus our renowned Eigenvector University (EigenU) held each spring in Seattle. We also do in-house training for many Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. Our consulting services have been an important part of projects in both start-up and large established companies. Our consulting staff has over 100 years of combined chemometric experience. Make EVRI your complete source of chemometric tools and know-how!

Booth 323

940 Winter St
Waltham, WA 02451


PerkinElmer enables scientists, researchers and clinicians to address their most critical challenges across science and healthcare. With a mission focused on innovating for a healthier world, we deliver unique solutions to serve the diagnostics, life sciences, food and applied markets. We strategically partner with customers to enable earlier and more accurate insights supported by deep market knowledge and technical expertise. Our dedicated team of 12,500 employees worldwide is passionate about helping customers work to create healthier families, improve the quality of life, and sustain the well-being and longevity of people globally.

Booth 327

Coblentz Society
503 Robert Grant Avenue, Room 1N85
Silver Spring, MD 20910


Founded in 1954, The Coblentz Society is the largest North American society dedicated to the advancement of vibrational spectroscopy. Through the voluntary efforts of its members, the Society supports international scientific conferences and educational activities, creates symposia for research presentations, provides social activities to stimulate informal discussion, and recognizes excellence in vibrational spectroscopy through sponsored awards (the Coblentz, Craver, Williams-Wright, and Lippincott Awards). The Society also supports the development of future spectroscopists through Coblentz Student Awards, administration of the William G. Fateley Student Award, and mentoring programs at SciX. The Society offers practitioners of vibrational spectroscopy the opportunity to network and contribute to the spectroscopy community. The Coblentz Society is a technical affiliate of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy.

Booth 400

Renishaw, Inc.
1001 Wesemann Drive
West Dundee, IL 60118


Renishaw is a global company with core skills in measurement, motion control, spectroscopy and precision machining. We develop innovative products that significantly advance our customers’ operational performance - from improving manufacturing efficiencies and raising product quality, to maximizing research capabilities and improving the efficacy of medical procedures. Renishaw Raman spectrometers are configurable to include: multiple excitation sources from the UV through NIR with automated laser switching and alignment; quick-launch fiber-optic probes; AFM/NSOM/Raman interfaces, SEM-Raman interfaces, microscope accessories including hot/cold cells, macro-sampling; global Raman imaging, near the excitation line analysis

Booth 401

Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc.
371 Parkland Plaza
Ann Arbor, MI 48103


Kaiser Optical Systems, an Endress+Hauser Company, is recognized as a world leader in the design and production of Raman analyzers and components for spectroscopy. Our RamanRxn Systems™ suite of Raman analyzer includes ATEX certified process analyzers for classified installations, reaction analysis analyzers, bulk solids analyzers, gas-phase analyzers, Raman microscopes, and the Raman WorkStation™ featuring Kaiser’s revolutionary fast, quantitative PhAT technology and transmission Raman capability. Our components product lines include performance filters, high F/# spectrographs, and OEM systems. Raman analyzer installation locations include R&D, Pilot plant, manufacturing, and QA/QC. Pharmaceutical PAT applications include reaction monitoring, API production, polymorphic form quantitation, drug product unit operations (including blending, granulation, and tableting), and end product testing. Other Applications areas for RamanRxn Systems™ analyzers include biotech, semiconductors, nanotechnology, petrochemical, polymers, and specialty chemical. We invite you to visit our booth, learn about our products, and discuss your applications needs.

Booth 404

Applied Spectra, Inc.
46665 Fremont Blvd
Fremont, CA 94538


We are a leading supplier of analytical instruments based on laser ablation technology. We offer a comprehensive suite of innovative LIBS (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy), LA (Laser Ablation) and tandem LIBS/LA instruments for rapid elemental and isotopic analysis without sample prep. Our analytical products are helping our customers perform effective and efficient forensic analysis, QC work during solar and battery manufacturing, and hazardous substance detection in the environment. We are world class LIBS/LA experts ready to support our customers with measurement method and application development.

Booth 407

Innovative Photonic Solutions
4250 U. S. Highway 1, Ste 1
Monmouth Junction, NJ 8852


IPS specializes in the manufacture of high performance wavelength stabilized lasers for use in Raman spectroscopy, illumination and homeland security applications. Our proprietary technology enables us to lock the laser to a specific wavelength without complex feedback mechanisms. The technology is applicable to both single and multi-mode lasers and enables the manufacture of both high power multi-mode and narrow linewidth (less than 100 KHz) single frequency lasers. Standard wavelengths include 532 nm, 633 nm, 638 nm, 785 nm, 808 nm, 830 nm, 976 nm and 1064 nm. Our products are available in TO-56 or 14-Pin BF packages, OEM Modules, or in turn-key UL/CE/IEC certified modules with integral control electronics. New products include ultra-high throughput integrated Raman probes which offer 2 - 5X higher throughput than traditional modular Raman setups and a dual wavelength laser package that can be used for Raman stitching.

Booth 412

Optigrate Corp
562 S Econ Cir.
Oviedo, FL 32765


BragGrate™ Raman Filters from OptiGrate are unmatched in the industry for narrow linewidth, optical density, and optical transmission. BragGrate notch filters enable measurements of ultra-low wavenumber Raman bands in the THz frequency range down to 4 cm-1, while at the same time, provide a broad transmission band that covers the complete frequency range +/- 4000 cm-1. This new generation of BragGrate Raman filters are available in 2016 at standard wavelengths such as 488, 514, 532, 633, 785, and 1064 nm as well as any custom wavelength from 355 nm to 2.5 microns. Our laser line cleaning filters (BragGrate™ Bandpass Filter), with a linewidth narrower than 5 cm-1 at FWHM, condition beams from laser diodes, solid state, or gas lasers, which are used for ultra-low frequency Raman measurements. OptiGrate Corp is a pioneer and world leader in commercial volume Bragg gratings (VBGs) and VBG-based ultra-narrow band optical filters.

Booth 414

Beijing RealLight Technology Co., Ltd
139 Jinghai 3rd Road
Beijing, 100176


Booth 415

Princeton Infrared Technologies, Inc.
9 Deerpark Dr, Ste J5
Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852


Specialists in indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) imaging technology, PIRT focuses on design and manufacture of both shortwave infrared cameras, and one- and two-dimensional imaging arrays. With a wide spectral range of sensitivity, 0.4 to 1.7µm, PIRT InGaAs arrays are widely used in bench-top and portable NIR & Raman spectrometers. The SWIR spectral range is also ideal in hyperspectral and multi-spectral imaging systems. PIRT operates a fabless environment with a staff of experienced III-V semiconductor scientists and engineers to provide cost effective detection and imaging expertise for your most exacting applications. All imaging products are now available with no ITAR export restrictions.

Booth 420

500 S Arthur Ave, #500
Louisville, CO 80027


Avantes is a leader in field of fiber optic spectroscopy offering a complete range of spectroscopy instrumentation to support measurements in the range from 160-2500 nm. With an installed base of over 25,000 instruments worldwide and 22 years serving the needs of scientists and engineers, Avantes is equipped to meet the challenges presented by applications of our customers. Avantes’ ISO certified, 35,000 square foot engineering and manufacturing facilities are located in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. Avantes instrument and system configurations support fluorescence, UV/VIS absorbance, reflectometry/thin film metrology, LIBS, Raman, spectroelectrochemistry, optical emission spectroscopy and many other spectroscopic techniques. Avantes will be featuring the new AvaSpec-HERO higher resolution and high sensitivity back-thinned, TE cooled instrument at SCIX 2017.

Booth 421

B&W Tek
19 Shea Way, ste 301
Newark, DE 19713


B&W Tek is an advanced instrumentation company that delivers lab quality Raman, LIBS and NIR spectroscopy solutions through user-friendly mobile platforms. Our commitment to innovative solutions has made B&W Tek the leading provider in Raman spectroscopy solutions worldwide for the pharmaceutical, biomedical, physical, chemical and research communities. Further, we offer cutting-edge handheld or portable LIBS and NIR analyzers that can be developed according to specific needs in both industrial and laboratory applications. With a strong vertical integration capability, B&W Tek also provides custom product development, design and manufacturing, utilizing our array of high performance, low-cost UV/VIS/NIR spectrometers and diode, DPSS and fiber lasers.

Booth 422

300 Penn Center Boulevard
Suite 332
Pittsburgh, PA


Pittcon is the world’s leading annual conference and exposition on laboratory science. Pittcon attracts attendees from industry, academia and government from over 90 countries worldwide.

Booth 424

ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry
2019 Galisteo St., Bldg I-1
Santa Fe, NM 87505


The Analytical Division is the third largest division of the American Chemical Society.

Booth 425

AES Electrophoresis Society
1202 Ann St
Madison, WI 53713


“Advancing Electrokinetic Science” - AES Electrophoresis Society is a unique, non-profit, international organization founded to advance and promote electric field-mediated separations, manipulations, and related phenomena. The field of electrokinetics intersects microfluidics and microdevices, biotechnology, theoretical modeling, material synthesis, nanotechnology and many others. Electrophoretic technologies play a central role in scientific investigations in clinical, basic, and applied disciplines from life sciences through chemistry and physics, to engineering. Our goal is to promote excellence in electrokinetic technologies, thus improving the overall quality and sophistication of scientific research.

Booth 503

HORIBA Scientific
3880 Park Avenue
Edison, NJ 08820


HORIBA is time traveling at SCIX. Let us take you back to the future as we celebrate our history and future of innovation in spectroscopy. This year we are celebrating 50 years of Raman innovation at HORIBA. From our first commercial Raman instrument to our new futuristic LabRAM Odyssey, to paraphrase Doc: ‘If you're gonna build a machine, why not do it with some style?’ Come see our Raman microscopy and nano-Raman imaging solutions solutions. For macro and portable Raman we have MacroRAM™, our first high-sensitivity cuvette-based benchtop Raman system and AnywhereRaman™ for easy Raman probe based measurements in or outside the lab. If you are in to molecular spectroscopy then you have to try the first fluorescence true molecular fingerprinting systems with our AquaLog and Duetta, both using our patented A-TEEM™ technology. Doc was, of course, into atomic spectroscopy, but his lab didn’t have our MESA-50 EDXRF to screen the purity of his plutonium for his flux capacitor, or our powerful GD-OES elemental analyzers for depth profiling. So, take a travel Odyssey in booth 407, check out our LabRAM Odyssey and get a photo in Doc’s time traveling DeLorean. GREAT SCOTT! YOU’LL HAVE A GREAT TIME

Booth 512

Metrohm USA
6555 Pelican Creek Circle
Riverview, FL 33578


Metrohm offers a complete line of analytical laboratory and process systems for titration, ion chromatography, electrochemistry and spectroscopy. From routine moisture analysis to sophisticated anion and cation quantification, we are ready to help you develop your method and configure the optimum system. Move your analysis from the lab to the production line with our custom process analyzers. At Metrohm we provide systems that find solutions, stop by our booth and meet Metrohm.

Booth 513

30-B Pennington-Hopewell Rd
Pennington, NJ 8534


Necsel IP, Inc. is a manufacturer of customized laser products, headquartered in Pennington, New Jersey, since 1993. Necsel leverages top-notch technical and manufacturing capabilities to create active and passive (VBG®) laser products that are high-quality, cost-effective, tailored to customers’ needs, and delivered in a timely fashion. Furthermore, Necsel continues to innovate on its patented volume Bragg grating (VBG®) technology, for which the company has been awarded over 30 patents since 2003.

Booth 514

Barnett Technical Services
5050 Laguna Blvd., Suite 112-620
Elk Grove, CA 95758


Barnett Technical Services is a distribution company specializing in the spectroscopy field. Products of interest to SciX attendees include: Micro Support Micromanipulators – Computer-based micromanipulators for fine material processing including particle isolation, sample cutting, milling off a surface, and liquid delivery to/from a surface. Systems consist of free-standing microscopes and arms that can be added to existing microscopes (including Raman microscopes). Tokyo Instruments Raman Imaging – Provides rapid, high-resolution Raman micro-imaging systems. Micro Emission Elemental Analyzers – Simple systems for the elemental analysis of small volumes of liquids to the ppm level. Ideal for simple lab use or field operation.

Booth 515

ABB Inc.
340 rue Pierre-Ardouin
Quebec, QC G1P 0B2


Booth 520

FiberTech Optica, Inc.
330 Gage Avenue, Ste 1
Kitchener, ON, 0


Fibertech Optica (FTO) is a leader in the manufacture of specialty fiber optic solutions providing outstanding technical support, quality and competitive pricing on both custom and standard products. Offering process control cables to 500 meters, fiber bundles, assemblies, spot to line converters, low FRD cables, reflectance probes, RAMAN probes, v-groove arrays, micro-lens assemblies and high power laser cables with multimode, singlemode and borosilicate fibers. Fiber options available for applications with wavelengths from the deep UV to the MIR, with NA's from 0.12 to 0.66. FTO also produces fiber coupled LED multi-emitter light sources and vacuum feedthroughs. From prototype through production quantities, FTO supports applications in industrial process control, biomedical, spectroscopy, astronomy, scientific instrumentation, laser delivery, research and academics.

Booth 521

Elemental Scientific
1500 N. 24th Street
Omaha, NE 68110


For 19 years, Elemental Scientific has been providing high-quality solutions to meet the specialized needs of labs worldwide. From our innovative intelligent autosamplers to FAST application solutions designed to determine trace element concentrations and isotope ratios in a range of samples, ESI can create a system to improve the speed, precision, and accuracy of your ICPMS/ICPOES experiments. Elemental Scientific has recently acquired a complete laser ablation product portfolio to provide solid sampling capabilities. Elemental Scientific Lasers LLC has been serving the ICP-MS market by supplying highly innovative laser ablation products for solid sample introduction for more than 20 years. Elemental Scientific Lasers has a range of products to meet the diverse needs of ICP-MS users and the vastly different applications that they perform. From the NWR266macro designed with industrial bulk analysis in mind, to the NWRimage with its sub 1 micron laser spot designed for bioimaging at the cellular level, Elemental Scientific Lasers has a solution to meet your requirements.

Booth 522

Hellma USA
80 Skyline Drive
Plainview, NY 11704


Hellma USA is the world leader in the market of optical analysis technology for optical components and solutions in glass and quartz glass. Its precision manufacturing provide the basis for achieving reliable measurement results in production, quality assurance and research. Their newest product is the REVA, an educational Raman instrument, that comes with a complete set of teaching laboratories. Come visit us at Booth #66 to see more of what we have to offer.

Booth 523

Laser Quantum
47673 Lakeview Blvd
CA 94538, USA


With over 25 years of expertise in photonics innovation, Laser Quantum has become a market-leader in the design, supply and support of advanced lasers. Our continuous wave and ultrafast lasers are highly reliable, exceeding the demands of industry, and innovative, allowing researchers to lead in their fields in a wide range of scientific applications. We also support all our products by offering instrumentation and accessories.

Booth 525

Royal Society of Chemistry
Thomas Graham House
Science Park, Milton Road
Cambridge, CB4 0WF United Kingdom


The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world’s leading chemistry community, advancing excellence in the chemical sciences. A knowledge business that spans the globe, we are the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists, supporting and representing our members and bringing together chemical scientists from all over the world. We promote the talent, information and ideas that lead to great advances in science.


Booth 601

Ocean Optics, Inc.
830 Douglas Avenue
Dunedin, FL 34698


Ocean Optics is the inventor of the world’s first miniature spectrometer and a global leader in optical sensing technologies for research, education, industry and quality. Ocean Optics also provides a full range of complementary technologies such as optical fibers, probes, sensors and sampling accessories. From UV through NIR, from modular components to full LIBS and Raman systems, Ocean Optics has a solution for virtually every application need and every budget.

Booth 608

Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp
325 Chapala St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101


Based in Santa Barbara, CA, Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp is the pioneer in photothermal sub-micron IR spectroscopy. Photothermal Spectroscopy markets and distributes its products directly to customers, as well as through global distributors. Photothermal IR spectroscopy enables chemical characterization of materials for a range of applications, including life sciences, pharmaceutical research and polymers.

Booth 613

Agilent Technologies, Inc.
2850 Centerville Rd.
Wilmington, DE 19808


Agilent Technologies leads the industry with robust, reliable instruments that provide the ability to analyze, confirm and quantify substances of interest. Our workflow solutions enable you to maintain stringent practices from sample preparation, through analysis, to final report. When combined with our informatics architecture, large quantities of data can be managed while preserving the integrity and security of the results. Agilent offers a complete line of GC, LC, MS and Spectroscopy instruments and technologies, as well as the related consumables, support and services. For more information visit our website.

Booth 614

TSI Incorporated
500 Cardigan Road
St. Paul, MN 55126


TSI’s new ChemLogix™ family of instruments simplifies complex chemical analysis. Its complete line of solutions, including Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectrometers and Raman Spectrometers, provides rapid and reliable identification of materials and chemical composition of solids in both the laboratory and in the field.Backed by TSI’s global sales and support, ChemLogix instruments truly are the smarter – and more logical – choice for chemical analysis.

Booth 615

Thermo Fisher Scientific
2 Radcliff Road
Tewksbury, MA 1876


To accelerate materials science research and improve material verification, rely on Thermo Scientific™ Raman and IR instruments. The DXR™2xi Raman Imaging microscope provides highly usable, ultra-fast chemical imaging that speeds scientific investigations across a broad range of disciplines making it ideal for multi-user research facilities. Our portable optical analyzers are rugged, handheld spectrometers designed for rapid and precise chemical identification, authentication and screening directly at the point of need. The TruScan™ RM, based on Raman spectrometry, and the microPHAZIR™ RX, based on near-infrared spectrometry, enable companies to quickly identify materials from incoming receipt to final release.

Booth 620

Pendar Technologies
30 Spineli Place
Cambridge, MA 02138


Pendar Technologies is developing advanced compact detection and analysis solutions for portable or size-constrained chemical and sensing markets. With expertise in spectroscopic platforms, chemometrics, and miniaturization, the company has a pipeline of products in development to improve current modalities and to contribute to the growth of new market directions.

Booth 621

GmbH Im Holderlob 6A
Goetzis, VA 6840


MONTFORT Laser – “Uniquely Compact Laser Sources” - develop and produce compact, robust pulsed laser sources based on its unique diode-pumped solid-state laser technology. Applications include laser analytics, microscopy, research, industry, and defense. The M-NANO product achieves up to >100 mJ / 5W pulse trains (ca. 80MHz) with superbly clean optical spectra due to the soliton modelocking technique employed or up to 100W average powers amplified.

Booth 622

R Specialty Optical Fibers

108 Edward Wyatt

Williamsburg, VA 23188


Booth 623


71 Four Valley Drive
Concord, Ontario, L4K 4V8, Canada


We pioneer extraordinary solutions in mass spectrometry paired with capillary electrophoresis and liquid chromatography. But we don’t just develop products. It’s what we do together that sets us apart. With our customers and partners, we bring the power of life-changing answers to the questions you have today, and those that you have yet to ask.

Booth 625

ICP Information Newsletter, Inc.
PO Box 666
Hadley, MA 01035


ICP Information Newsletter, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation established in 1997 to foster science education, research, and study in spectroanalytical chemistry. The corporation includes three division: the ICP Information Newsletter, a monthly publication with international distribution that gathers all conference and published information related to plasma spectrochemistry; the Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, a biennial meeting with international participation featuring state-of-the-art research developments in plasma spectrochemistry, and the University Research Institute for Analytical Chemistry, the research and development branch that provides specialty plasma spectrochemical analysis, consulting, method development, training, and applied research with ICP atomic emission and mass spectrometry. The 2018 Winter Conference is planned for January 7 - 13, 2018 on Amelia Island, Florida. The ICP Information Newsletter now in its 42nd year of publication is distributed to subscribers in computer – readable format on CD-ROM. Visit http://icpinformation.org for subscription and conference details.

Booth 626


Booth 701

Tornado Spectral Systems
555 Richmond Street West, Ste 402
Toronto, ON M5V 3B1 Canada


Think your chemical process is too complex, too fast, or too hazardous for Raman spectroscopy? The superior performance of Tornado’s HyperFlux™ PRO Plus Raman spectroscopy system allows for more accurate chemical identification and quantitation even with challenging mixtures and low concentrations, faster measurements of dynamic reactions, and low laser power operation in hazardous environments. HyperFlux PRO Plus uses a proprietary HTVS-enabled spectrometer to deliver better Raman sensitivity than ever before possible, making it an ideal solution for production line and laboratory settings. Combined with their small size and low cost, Tornado’s non-destructive, real-time measurement solutions offer numerous benefits for established analytical practice and facilitate broader adoption of Raman methods for pharmaceutical, petrochemical, food, biotech, and other applications.

Booth 705

Ondax, Inc.
850 E. Duarte Rd.
Monrovia, CA 91016


Ondax Inc. is a world leading manufacturer of low frequency/THz-Raman® systems and wavelength stabilized lasers to enable best-in-class Raman systems in a compact, portable footprint. Ondax’s patented THz-Raman® Spectroscopy Systems and filter components extend the range of traditional Raman spectroscopy into the terahertz/low-frequency regime without limiting the ability to measure the chemical fingerprint region. THz-Raman spectra show clear differentiation of structural differences that are ideal for identification and analysis of polymorphs, phase/process monitoring and synthesis methods. Ondax’s SureLock™ wavelength-stabilized Raman lasers deliver either single-frequency or line-narrowed performance with very low power consumption. Wavelengths from 405nm to 808nm with powers up to 800mW are available in compact TO cans, pigtailed butterfly, free-space and fiber-coupled module configurations.

Booth 713

Wasatch Photonics
4022 Stirrup Creek Drive Suite 311
Durham, NC 27703


See more, faster than ever before. Wasatch Photonics designs and manufactures high throughput fiber-coupled and free space spectrometers and systems for Raman, VIS/NIR & fluorescence. Our products push the limit of detection of compact spectroscopy to deliver the best price to performance on the market, particularly for applications requiring high speed and sensitivity. Our user-configurable transmissive spectrometer design uses our own VPH gratings to offer >10x greater sensitivity & speed, superior stray light suppression, and high SNR. Visit us to see 405, 532, 638, 785, 830, 1064, and 1550 nm Raman in action, and broadband spectroscopy covering 280-2500 nm. From research to OEM, Wasatch Photonics offers the selection, expertise, and testing to create the optimal solution for your application. NEW!! Explore our full line of drop-in OEM spectrometers for Raman, visible, and NIR.

Booth 714

Photon Systems, Inc.
1512 W Industrial Park St
Covina, CA 91722


Photon Systems is the leading innovator of deep UV solutions to detect, identify and quantify. Our deep UV Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy systems detect trace concentrations of chemical and biological contaminants on surfaces, in water, and in air. Using our economical narrow and stable linewidth deep UV lasers, Raman is now possible without fluorescence or solar interference. With deep UV excitation, Rayleigh law and resonance effects increase Raman signal strength and enable more sensitive detection. Deep UV laser detection has not been widely used before due to the cost, size, and ruggedness of deep UV lasers. It is now practical, as evidenced by NASA/JPL using Photon Systems’ deep UV laser for the SHERLOC spectrometer in the upcoming Mars 2020 mission.

Booth 715

Princeton Instruments, Inc.
3660 Quakerbridge Rd.
Trenton, NJ 8619


Princeton Instruments designs and manufacturers high-performance spectrographs and spectroscopy system; CCD, ICCD, EMCCD, emICCD, sCMOS, and InGaAs cameras for scientific research and OEM communities. We are excited to feature the new FERGIE spectroscopy system at SCIX. FERGIE is an integrated, aberration-free spectrograph with a built-in, low noise, cooled detector. FERGIE has its own specially designed ecosystem of accessories, including elegant light-coupling CUBES, laser sources, fiber optics, and beautifully designed software. FERGIE is a powerful solution for many spectroscopy applications including time-resolved spectroscopy, Raman, absorption/transmission, and microspectroscopy. Stop by the Princeton Instruments and take FERGIE for a test drive! Also, ask about the new BLAZE spectroscopy cameras and SpectraPro HRS spectrographs. Visit www.princetoninstruments.com for more product information, application notes and videos.

Booth 720

OPCO Laboratory, Inc.
704 River Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420


OPCO’s team includes scientists, engineers, and technicians have a long history of helping customers solve spectrometer design challenges and providing them with cost effective components, including replicated toroidal mirrors and diffraction gratings. Our new, state-of-the-art ruling engine, built by and for spectroscopists, is a testament to our commitment to the analytical instrument industry. Let us rule your new, high quality grating.

Booth 722

Cobalt AB
Vretenvägen 13
Solna Sweden 171 54


Cobolt manufactures high performance, single frequency CW and modulated lasers in the UV-VIS-NIR spectrum, as well as Q-switched pulsed lasers, Mid-IR sources and options and solutions for light engine integration. The lasers are manufactured using Cobolt’s unique and proprietary HTCure™ technology yielding unrivaled robustness and reliability.

Booth 800

NKT Photonics
3514 N Vancouver Ave Suite 310
Portland, OR 97227


NKT Photonics is the leading supplier of high performance fiber lasers, fiber optic sensing systems, and photonic crystal fibers. Our main markets are within imaging, sensing and material processing. Our products include ultrafast lasers, supercontinuum white light lasers, low noise fiber lasers, distributed temperature sensing systems and a wide range of specialty fibers. NKT Photonics has its headquarters in Denmark with sales and service worldwide. NKT Photonics is wholly owned by NKT A/S.

Booth 801

DRS Daylight Solutions
15378 Ave of Science, Ste. 200
San Diego, CA 92128-3407


A mid-IR technology leader, Daylight Solutions has delivered more mid-IR lasers & systems worldwide than anyone else. Whether your application is molecular spectroscopy, life sciences, remote sensing, defense and security, or process control, we have a laser system that will meet your needs. If you need CW output, pulsed output, broad tuning, linewidths

Booth 802

1111 Elko Drive, Suite D
Sunnyvale, CA 94089


Booth 803

Bruker Corporation
40 Manning Rd.,
Billerica, MA 1821


Bruker Optics, division of Bruker Corporation, is a leader in FTIR, NIR, Raman and Terahertz Spectrometers and Imaging Spectrographs for various markets and applications. Whether it’s a high-end research system, a life sciences tool, a routine quality control instrument or process analyzer, Bruker Optics offers a wide variety of innovative analytical tools for all of your demanding needs. Visit us at FACSS booth #18 and our website at www.bruker.com/optics

Booth 804

570 Devall Drive
Suite 301
Auburn, AL 36832


The CytoViva Hyperspectral Imaging System evolved from technology originally developed for aerial based imaging applications within Department of Defense and NASA. CytoViva has adapted this technology to operate as a proprietary, integrated system with its patented microscopy technology, enabling spectral quantification of materials and live biologicals at the nanoscale.

Booth 806

Anton Paar USA
10215 Timber Ridge Dr
Ashland, VA 23005


Anton Paar produces high-quality measuring and analysis instruments for laboratory, research and industrial applications. Our product portfolio includes bench top Raman spectrometers with multiple wavelength options as well as fiber-optic probes. Anton Paar also provides state-of-the-art Atomic Force Microscope (AFM), suitable for both academic and industrial scientists. Particle analyzers, viscometers, rheometers, microwave synthesis, microwave digestion, and instruments for X-ray structure analysis are also part of the Anton Paar portfolio.

Booth 807

Hamamatsu Corporation

108 Edward Wyatt

Williamsburg, VA 23188


Booth 809

Alluxa, Inc.
3660 N Laughlin
Santa Rosa, CA 95403


Alluxa offers and manufactures high-performance optical thin films that are used in wide ranging applications including life sciences, research, semiconductor and LIDAR. All of Alluxa's thin-film optical filters and mirrors are hard-coated using a proprietary plasma deposition process on equipment that was designed and built by our team. This allows us to repeatably produce the same high-performance optical thin films in all of our coating chambers. Alluxa is an ISO 9001:2008 certified, ITAR registered, optical coating manufacturer located in Santa Rosa, CA. Founded in 2007 by a team of thin-film deposition veterans, Alluxa's core team brings together decades of expertise and diverse backgrounds in deposition, automation, metrology, and optics. Alluxa produces its filters with a new class of custom optical thin film coating equipment designed and built by our team. The combination of our state of the art automation, proprietary control algorithms, and a patented plasma thin film deposition process allows the world's most difficult filters to be created in a fraction of the time required by other hard coating methods.

Booth 811

Harrick Scientific
141 Tompkins Avenue
2nd Floor P.O. Box 277
Pleasantville, New York 10570


Since its beginnings in 1969, Harrick Scientific has advanced the frontiers of optical spectroscopy through its innovations to transmission, internal reflection, external reflection, diffuse reflection, and emission spectroscopy. The president and founder of the corporation, Dr. N. J. Harrick, pioneered internal reflection spectroscopy and became the principal developer of this technique. Harrick Scientific offers a large selection of standard and custom-built accessories for IR and UV-VIS spectrometers. Many of these attachments were originally forerunners in their field and their contemporary versions are considered industry standards. Harrick Scientific continues to introduce innovative new products. In addition to these state-of-the-art accessories, Harrick Scientific supplies a complete line of optical elements, including windows, ATR plates, prisms, and hemispheres.

Booth 812

Bio-Rad Laboratories, Informatics Division
2000 Market Street, Ste 1460
Philadelphia, PA 19103


Bio-Rad specializes in Spectroscopy Databases & Software – Infrared (IR, FT-IR, ATR), Raman, NMR, Mass Spec (MS), UV-Vis. Their award-winning KnowItAll software combined with the world's largest spectral reference database—including Bio-Rad's renowned Sadtler™ libraries—gives chemists the most advanced technology available for fast, accurate spectral identification. Spectral Libraries: Bio-Rad offers over 2.3 million high-quality IR, MS, NMR, Raman, and UV-Vis spectra (including Sadtler data). Collections cover pure compounds and a broad range of commercial products.They are ideal for interpretation, identification, verification, and classification of spectra. KnowItAll Spectroscopy Software: Bio-Rad’s award-winning KnowItAll software also offers solutions to manage and analyze multiple types of spectral and chemical data in multiple file and instrument formats.

Booth 813

4500 Great America Pkwy #230
Santa Clara, CA 95054


Founded in 2015, CloudMinds is the creator, developer and operator of Cloud Robots. We Make Robots SmarterTM by connecting robots and smart devices over secure Virtual Backbone Networks (VBNs) to Cloud AI. Our Human Augmented Robotics Intelligence with Extreme Reality (HARIX) platform is an ever evolving “cloud brain” capable of operating millions of cloud AI robots performing different tasks. Our Cloud AI capabilities include Natural Language Processing (NLP), Computer Vision (CV), navigation, and vision-controlled manipulation that’s empowering the next generation of cloud robotics and smart devices.

Booth 819

Sentronic GMBH


Sentronic is your partner in the optical measurement of chemical and biological values. We offer technological know-how and high-tech products combined with comprehensive services. Sentronic was founded in 1993 and the headquarter is located in the nice city of Dresden / Germany. Two business sectors are designed to provide a high degree of customer and market orientation.

Booth 821

Spectral Systems LLC
35 Corporate Park Drive
Hopewell Junction, NY 12533


Spectral Systems is the leader in precise infrared optical components, coatings, systems integration and services from original concept through final production. Founded over thirty years ago by Frank Wesley, the company got its start from making specialized optics for infrared applications. In its infancy, Spectral Systems focused primarily on providing optical polishing services to customers involved in infrared spectroscopy.

Booth 827

Spring SciX
19 Mantua Rd
Mount Royal, NJ 08061


Booth 829

19 Mantua Rd
Mount Royal, NJ 08061


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