Member Organization

The Spectroscopical Society of Japan (SPSJ)
Member organization of FACSS since 2012

The Spectroscopical Society of Japan (SPSJ) was founded in 1951 to advance and disseminate knowledge and information related to spectroscopy. SPSJ is only one society focusing on spectroscopy in Asia. SPSJ publishes bimonthly journal "BUNKO KENKYU" (Journal of Spectroscopical Society of Japan) from 1951. It contains review articles, original papers, practical techniques, and lectures. SPSJ has 6 local chapters and 9 divisions on various fields. SPSJ, the local chapters, and the divisions conduct conferences, technical meeting, and seminars. SPSJ collaborates with other domestic and foreign academic societies.