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11th International GeoRaman Oral Presentations

In order to maintain the GeoRaman XI schedule and to give equal opportunity to all speakers, each presentation in an oral session will be guaranteed for and limited to 15 minutes duration. At the beginning of each talk, a timer will be set for 12 mins, 14 mins, and 15 mins: ideally a 12-min talk and 3 minutes for questions. Each speaker will leave the podium after 15 minutes. Session chairs will strictly enforce this timing rule.

The punch-line-talk by each poster presenter will be guaranteed for and limited to 2 minutes duration (1- 2 slides). Session chairs will conduct the same tight and strict control on the timing.

At least two hours before the session starts (including poster punch-line talk sessions), the presenters at all oral sessions (including poster punch-line-talks) should upload their presentation slides onto a PC laptop computer to be provided by GeoRaman XI. Mac users should pre-run their slides on a PC to ensure the quality of their presentation. Please contact Dr. Jie Wei ( if you want to e-mail your slides before-hand.

Poster punch-line talk session 1 (June 16, 3:00-3:30pm, 2 minutes per talk)

LRS applications in the field of: Planetary sciences and space exploration
1 5075Raman Characterization of Crystalline and Amorphous Matter in Meteorite "Chelyabinsk" (South Urals, Russia) Goryainov, S. V.
2 5039Raman and XRD Study of Icelandic Tephra: Characterisation of Alteration Minerals and Implications for Mars Bathgate E.
3 5008Laser Raman Spectroscopic Study of the Dehydration and Rehydration Processes of Ferrous Sulfates Connor K. L.
4 5004Spectroscopic Comparison of Lafayette and MIL 03346 Vein-Filling Materials Kuebler K. E.

LRS applications in the field of: Cultural heritage and archaeology
5 5021Micro-Raman Analysis of Pigments from Hunter-Gatherers Archaeological Sites of North Patagonia (Argentina) G. Custo
6 5022Micro-Raman Spectroscopical Analysis of Archaeological Artifacts from Northern Patagonia (Argentina) G. Custo
7 5032Raman Spectroscopy for the Investigation of Carbon Based Black Pigments A. Coccato

LRS applications in the field of: General Mineralogy, Petrology, and Gemology
8 5028Raman and Photoluminescence Spectroscopy in Mineral Identification Kuehn J. W.
9 5037Building Analytical Competence for Geoscience Students Through use of Raman Spectroscopy Brady J. B.
10 5051The Micro Raman Spectroscopy for Analysis of the Gypsum Dehydration by Simulated Space Weathering Wu Z. C.
11 5058The Raman Spectrum of Triclinic Albite: A Comparison Between Ab Initio Calculated and Measured Frequencies Aliatis I.
12 5059Raman Spectra of CaMgGe2O6 and CaCoGe2O6 Lambruschi E.
13 5061Ab Initio Calculated and Experimentally Measured Raman Spectra of Spodumene (LiAlSi2O6) Stangarone C.
14 5063Study of the Composition of Amphiboles in the Tremolite - Ferro-Actinolite Series by Micro-Raman and SEM-EDXS Bersani D.
15 5074Manganese Minerals from the Pozharite Locality, Central Rhodopes, Bulgaria: Raman and Infrared Spectroscopy and X-Ray Diffraction DataMoroz T. N.

Poster punch-line talk session 2 (June 17, 3:00-3:30pm, 2 minutes per talk)

1 5049Mihaliccik Tremolite: An XRD, FTIR and Raman Spectroscopic Study Izci E.
2 5094Perchlorate Salt Detectability in Mars Soil Analogues Using Raman Spectroscopy Iancu V.
35097Structural and Dielectric properties of Acid Activated Metakaolinite and Kaolinite Izci E.
45035Raman Spectroscopic Study of Micas from Ultra-Fresh Udachnay-East Kimberlites Korsakov A. V.
55041Evaluating Handheld and Portable Raman Instrumentation for Analysing Minerals in the Field Bersani D.
65002Application of Liquid Core Fiber Fourier Transform Raman Spectroscopy to Low Concentration Detection Yin J.H.
75072Raman Spectra of Some Natural Carbonaceous Materials from Black Shale Ores of East Siberian and Amyr Regions, Russia Moroz T.N.
85067Detection of Pigments of Halophilic Endoliths from Gypsum: Portable Raman Instrument and ESA's Prototype Analysis Culka A.
95026Automated Curve-Fitting of Raman Spectra by an Iterative, Randomized Approach Applied to Carbonaceous Matter and Minerals Lunsdorf N.K.
105092Raman Spectroscopy of Carbonaceous Materials in Hydrothermal Ore Deposits Marshall C.P.
115105An Exceptional View of Geological Materials with Raman Imaging Heintz, R.A
12 Detecting Reduced Carbon on Mars Using RLS: Raman Spectroscopy of Mars Analogues in Preparation for ExoMars Harris, L.V.