New ambassador in the AMULET Liaison Office!

AtomTrace is our new member in the AMULET Liaison Office. 

Short description of the organisation

AtomTrace was founded as a start-up by the Central European Institute of Technology in 2014 and has since strongly cooperated with this newly born centre in the fields of life sciences, advanced materials and technologies. We have long-term cooperation also with other institutions, such as the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. The main goal is the commercialisation of promising technologies that arise from research and development particularly in the field of material analysis by the LIBS technique.

Know-how is given by the years of research activities of the Laboratory of Laser Spectroscopy (Brno University of Technology) and the Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry (Masaryk University), which are specialised in LIBS methods since 1997.

The founding members come from these labs. Due to the strong binding to the Institute of Physical Engineering (BUT) and the Institute of Machine and Industrial Design (BUT) the R&D team was always oriented also to the development of the LIBS instrumentation. So besides the LIBS researchers, the AtomTrace team includes also specialists on machine design, electronics and software development. Long-term cooperation with other institutes, such as the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, enables to inclusion of experts from related science fields.

Our experiences with the LIBS technique come from more than 17 years of research and experiments. We are publishing our work concerning the LIBS (Double Pulse LIBS, LIBS+LIFS, Liquid LIBS, Stand-Off LIBS) and its applications in scientific journals (Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy, Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy, Sensors, Optical Engineering) and periodically presenting it on international conferences.

More information can be found here: AtomTrace | New Solutions for Multi-Elemental Chemical AnalysisAtomTrace | New Solutions for Multi-Elemental Chemical Analysis