WITec is the leading manufacturer of confocal and scanning-probe microscopes for state-of-the-art Raman, Atomic Force (AFM), and Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy (SNOM).
WITec’s headquarters is located in Ulm, Germany, where all WITec products are developed and produced. Branch offices in USA, Japan, Singapore, and Spain ensure a worldwide sales and support network. From the company’s founding in 1997, WITec has been distinguished by its innovative product portfolio and a microscope design that enables combinations of the various imaging techniques within one system. An exemplar of the company’s breakthrough development is the world’s first integrated Raman-AFM microscope. To this day, WITec’s confocal microscopes are unrivaled in sensitivity, resolution and imaging capabilities. Significant innovation awards document WITec’s enduring success and innovative strength.
Since WITec’s founding in 1997, we have become established as a market leader in the field of nano-analytical microscope systems (Raman, AFM, SNOM). As reflected in our maxim "Focus Innovations", our success is based on constantly introducing new technologies and a commitment to maintaining customer satisfaction through high-quality, flexible and innovative products.
A dedicated international market approach with an extensive service and support infrastructure through the world is one of our key strengths, evidenced by our widespread network of distributors and representatives as well as the WITec branch offices in the US, Spain, Singapore, and Japan.
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At first glance cement, cancer cells, interstellar dust, two-dimensional materials, billion-year-old microfossils, emulsions and the Kramers-Heisenberg-Dirac formula appear to have little if anything in common.
Webinar presented by Dr. Ute Schmidt, Applications Manager, WITec GmbH, 15th October 3pm (BST)
(Ulm, Germany) - WITec’s fully-automated Raman Imaging system apyron won the first prize at the Achema 2015 Innovation Awards in the category of Laboratory and Analytical Technologies. The new Raman system was chosen as the top innovation from among 18 applicants in this category.
The winners of this year’s WITec Paper Awards have been announced. Research groups from Poland, Switzerland and Singapore won the Paper Awards in gold, silver and bronze, respectively.
High-resolution imaging meets high-resolution spectroscopy