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Sign-up for this in-depth and interactive series of workshops and examine the latest in sensor technologies. Hear from the experts on topics ranging from intelligent sensors to the latest in infra-red technologies.
Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL) is leading a spectral phenomenology
research effort as a component of a MURI sponsored by the Army Research
Office. We will focus on the impact of environmental processes on electro-optical
signatures. In particular, our program is conducting phenomenological studies,
theoretical analysis, physics-based signature modeling, field measurements, and
laboratory studies on hyperspectral and polarimetric signatures of landmines and
backgrounds in the visible and infrared wavebands. Research studies have
focused on the impact of various environmental factors and processes (e.g.
subsurface processes) on the resultant spectral infrared signatures. The results of
these analysis have been propagated to algorithm developers to enable the
creation of more robust processing techniques.
What will be covered:
How you will benefit:
Dr. Mike Cathcart
Ph.D., Group Lead
Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory Georgia Tech Research Institute
This workshop will examine research in multicolor infrared detectors, uncooled
infrared sensors and semiconductor sensors which mimic biological vision
systems. Discussions will focus on the fabrication of high sensitivity quantum well
infrared detectors operating in the normal incident mode without fabricating
grating structures on the device for focal plane applications.
Dr. Gamani Karunasiri
Professor of Physics
Naval Post Graduate School
This workshop will focus on the development, testing, evaluation and
maintenance of DoD systems operated by allied and friendly nations. Additionally
this session will cover the industrial and research base which provide and support
SENSIAC Military Sensing Information Analysis Center
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