Applied Spectroscopy (IS)
This group emphasizes the application of optical spectroscopy to detection and sensing problems in environmental, atmospheric, combustion, defense, and biomedical fields. Examples of applied spectroscopy might include VNIR sensing and processing for food characterization and process control, optical techniques used in forensics, chem/bio detection and warning applications, and chemical analysis.
||Washington University in St Louis||Advisor
|| ||Education Lead
||Mettler Toledo||Publications Lead
||Purdue University||Technical Meetings
13 September 2016
TOKI MESSE Niigata Convention Center
30 September 2016
College of Optical Sciences
10 October 2016
10 October 2016
Chongqing Institute of Green and Intelligent Technology (CIGIT)， Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
11 October 2016
Haoran High-tech Mansion
The Applied Spectroscopy Technical Group recently hosted a live webinar focused on real world applications for Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS). The one hour webinar, which featured a presentation from Dr. Andrzej Miziolek, is now available to view on-demand in its entirety.
Watch the Applied Laser Spark Spectroscopy: The Evolution of LIBS into Real-World Applications Webinar >>
Please do not hesitate to contact the chair of Applied Spectroscopy Technical Group, Elina Vitol, if you have questions or ideas about group activities and initiatives. We are always looking forward to hearing from both current and future members of the group!
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