The PARISS® Micro-Spectrometer
LightForm was founded in 1996, by Jeremy Lerner, to design, develop and sell Hyperspectral
Imaging instrumentation to researchers in the bio-sciences and industry.
LightForm won three National Institute of Health, SBIR grants that funded the development of
the PARISS® Analytical Hyperspectral Imaging system. PARISS was formally introduced to the
market at the Pittsburgh Conference in 1998.
PARISS can now be found in routine use in bio-research, medical, physics, chemistry, and
industrial laboratories throughout the world. Uses include: Nanoparticle characterization (SPR
and "scatter"), spectral histopathology, spectral fluorescence imaging, micro-source color
measurement (individual "screen" pixels), and many industrial QC applications.
Jeremy is on the Editorial board, and has been an Associate Editor, of the professional
Jeremy has nine patents with more pending, chaired or co-chaired ten international
conferences, and has over 40 publications.
Researchers that use PARISS have made the front cover of four journals click here to view them
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