Coblentz Society News & Events
We’ll share links to interesting news stories, announce Coblentz events and more.
Second Student Research Scramble
The next Scramble is scheduled for May 26 at Noon EDT. Join Ph.D. students from across the world working in all fields of vibrational spectroscopy to showcase developments at the leading edge of vibrational spectroscopy. Learn more.
Spectral Interpretation Course
We are pleased to announce that this popular course Infrared & Raman Spectral Interpretation returns to Bowdoin College this summer. The 2022 course is scheduled to be held at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, July 11 - 15. Learn more.
2022 Lippincott Award Winner
The Society has announced that the 2022 Ellis R. Lippincott Award will be presented to Martin Zanni, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA “for innovative contributions to the technology and application of two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy.” Learn more.
Discover New & Evolving Trends
View the Photonics Media Spectroscopy conference and learn about evolving trends and applications in spectroscopy. Register or login to watch. Learn more.
Dr. Peter Griffiths Honored
Applied Spectroscopy is proud to honor longtime former Coblentz President, SAS member and infrared and Raman spectroscopy specialist Dr. Peter Griffiths, with this January 2022 (76/01) special issue, out just in time for his January 20th birthday! See an overview of the special edition.
Coblentz Society Sponsors
The Society has launched a corporate Sponsor program. If you are interested in gaining the benefits of the sponsorship, please contact email@example.com for more information.
Peter Larkin is SAS Predident-Elect
Coblentz Society board member Dr. Peter J. Larkin has won the election for president-elect of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy. Peter has been a long-time member of both the Coblentz Society and SAS. He currently manages the spectroscopy, thermal analysis and chromatography analytical groups for Solvay Research & Innovation in Stamford, CT.
The Coblentz Society is pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Sandra Luber of the University of Zurich has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Coblentz Award. Her research deals with the development and application of novel computational methods, among others, with focus on absorption and vibrational spectroscopy. Learn more.
Next week at the International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, Dr. Benjamin Fingerhut will receive the 2020 Coblentz Award. His lecture titled “Noncovalent Interactions of Hydrated DNA and RNA Mapped by 2D-IR Spectroscopy” is available on the ISMS virtual website and he will be live on Tuesday, June 22, at 8 AM CDT. Learn more.
Dr. Ellen Miseo, is recognized as a Fellow of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy. She is being recognized for her outstanding contributions to the Society and spectroscopy. Ellen is currently the Chief Technologist at TeakOrigin Inc., and has had an extensive career in spectroscopy. The award will be formally presented during SciX2021 in Providence, RI.