Image Credit: Elizabeth Hillman, Columbia University

 

Optical sensors have many applications in R&D, national defense and commercial markets such as medical diagnostics and process control.

But because of the breadth of applications for optical sensors, the challenges to the design and functioning of an optical sensor for a particular application requires knowledge of optical, material, and environmental properties that affect sensor performance. SENSORS addresses all aspects of optical sensors from source and detection technologies, sensor configurations, and processing approaches to applications. These optical sensors range from micro-probes to large devices used for standoff monitoring of industrial and environmental species.

Committee Members

  • Paul Pellegrino, US Army Research Laboratory, United StatesChair
  • Gilberto Brambilla, University of Southampton, United KingdomProgram Chair
  • Frank Vollmer, Max-Planck-Inst Physik des Lichts, GermanyProgram Chair

Chairs

Paul Pellegrino

US Army Research Laboratory, United States
Chair

Gilberto Brambilla

University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Program Chair

Frank Vollmer

Max-Planck-Inst Physik des Lichts, Germany
Program Chair

Sponsors

OSA - The Optical Society