ChemBio 2009

Come and see live demonstrations of Gasera’s new products: PA301, a photoacoustic FTIR accessory that provides new art for faster and more versatile analysis of solids and liquids than any other such device before.

Gasera will be demonstrating the PA301 FTIR accessory connected to a Bruker FTIR bench at the Bruker stand number 5m20. Bring your own samples!

 

SENSOR+TEST 2009

Gasera will be present at the Sensors+Test Fair at the MINIGAS EU-project stand. Please read the MINIGAS invitation:

Venue: The Measurement Fair, Nurnberg, Germany
Time: 26 – 28 May, 2009
Stand: 12-395
Website: http://www.sensor-test.com

We are delighted to offer you a number of complimentary invitations to Sensors + Test 2009. The fair will feature a wide range of products including sensors and sensor systems. It attracts international experts, developers and decision makers wishing to learn about the latest developments and know how in sensing technology.

We represent the MINIGAS consortium and will be introducing our work on a novel miniaturised photo-acoustic gas sensor.  The MINIGAS project is funded by the European 7th Framework Programme and comprises experts from five key European companies with expertise in LTCC, integrated optics, photo-acoustics and MEMS.

The output of the project is a MINIGAS gas sensor, which is specified to achieve two orders of magnitude improvement in sensitivity compared to existing devices of the same type in a volume <5cm3. By 2010, the MINIGAS sensor will be demonstrated in a CO2 sensing application providing a sensitivity of < 1 ppm. Tha applications of the sensor include healthcare, air quality, safety and security applications and maintenance applications. The novel design concepts and underlying technology will be applicable to a wide range of gases including: CO2, CO, NO, HCN, hydrocarbons and GIS gases like SF6 and highly poisonous gases such as SARIN.

We invite you to visit us on stand number 12-395 and at the daily forum where we will have experts to discuss the sensor deployment and future development with you.

We have scheduled three speeches in Hall 11 as follows:

Tuesday 26 May 2009 at 13:30-14:00

  • MINIGAS – a miniaturised photoacoustic gas sensor based on patented interferometric readout and novel photonic integration technologies Kimmo Keränen, VTT Technical Research Centre, (Finland) + Michael Jenkins, QinetiQ (Great Britain)

Wednesday 27 May 2009 at 16:00-16:30

  • MINIGAS – a miniaturised photoacoustic gas sensor based on patented interferometric readout and novel photonic integration technologies Kimmo Keränen, VTT Technical Research Centre (Finland) + Michael Jenkins, QinetiQ (Great Britain)

Thursday 28 May 2009 at 09:30-10:00

  • MINIGAS – a miniaturised photoacoustic gas sensor based on patented interferometric readout and novel photonic integration technologies Kimmo Keränen, VTT Technical Research Centre (Finland) + Michael Jenkins, QinetiQ (Great Britain)

Pittcon 2009

At Pittcon®2009, 60th Pittsburg Conference on Analytical chemistry and Spectroscopy (March 8-13, Chicago, IL, USA) Gasera will be announsing new products based on the revoltionary cantilever photoacoustic technology. Visit us at booth #4163.

Gasera will have five oral presentations related to Gasera’s novel cantilever technology at Pittcon’09:

Cantilever Enhanced Photoacoustic Detector for Solid and Liquid Samples
(by Juho Uotila)
Sunday, March 08, 2009, 01:40 PM, Room: S504d

Brownian Noise of the Interferometric Cantilever Microphone used in Photoa-coustic Trace Gas Detectors (by Prof. Jyrki Kauppinen)
Sunday, March 8th, 2009, 03:35 PM, Room: S504a

Measurement of Odor Gases with Photoacoustic FTIR (by Dr. Jussi Raittila)
Monday, March 09, 2009, 08:50 AM, Room S503a

Trace Gas Analysis using Electrically Pulsed Infrared Source
(by Arto Branders)
Monday, March 9th, 2009, 11:05 AM, Room: S503a

Efficient Water Vapor Compensation in FTIR Gas Analysis by Photoacoustic Gas Detection (by Dr. Ismo Kauppinen)
Sunday, March 08, 2009, 01:20 PM, Room S504d

Pittcon 2008

At PittCon Conference & Expo 1st – 7th March 2008 Gasera will be demonstrating the new FTIR accessory: PA-101 photoacoustic gas analysis module. Come and see it your self at booth #7141!

Scientific presentation in Oulu, Finland

Professor Jyrki Kauppinen will give a lecture 9.2.2006 at 11:00 – 13:00 at the University of Oulu in the lecture room “Anttilasali”. The presentation is about Gasera’s novel interferometric pressure sensor and it’s utilization in photoacoustic gas measurement applications.

Scientific presentation in Hungary (23.5.2005)

Professor Jyrki Kauppinen will give a lecture in Forum Acusticum 2005 congress (29.8. – 2.9.) in Hungary about new photoacoustic technology. The title of the lecture is “Extreme Sensitivity in Photoacoustics by using optical cantilever-type microphone”.

Visit the Forum Acusticum 2005 web-site at www.fa2005.org

Pittcon 2005

Gasera will be presenting newest PAS-technology with the University of Turku at PITTCON 2005 Conference in Orlando, Florida. Gasera has a poster about photoacoustic gas detector for FTIR. Our experts are available for more discussions about our technologies and services. Please email to contact@gasera.fi to arrange a meeting.

For more information about PITTCON, see www.pittcon.org