Optical and Acoustic Gas Detection GASG Meeting
May 16 2022
This much-awaited, first face-to-face Gas Analysis and Sensing Group event since the pandemic began, will be held on 16th June at the National Museum of the Royal Navy on Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard. This informative scientific meeting will also give delegates the chance to look round the Naval attractions after the meeting.
The title of the meeting is Optical & Acoustic Gas Detection - “Making Waves”.
This encompasses a wide variety of gas detection methods, from photoacoustics and optical methods through the near and mid IR to THz, including talks on NDIR which is widely used for monitoring CO_2 and other gases. These technologies uniquely offer the opportunity to change detection geometries with optical fibre based systems or remote detection. And you can't get more remote than to measure the atmosphere on an exoplanet. So, it promises to be another great meeting with something to interest everyone.
The event will also be our first hybrid meeting, so that if you can't attend in person, you will be able to join online. We hope to make this as interactive as usual. We hope that hybrid meetings will offer the best of both worlds. Note that if somebody from your organisation is attending in person, your free online quota still applies, so others from your organisation can also attend virtually. It's a great way to extend the skills of your colleagues and help them stay up to date with the latest technology. For more information, please contact us today.
Programme for the 82nd Colloquium on 16th June 2022.
Morning Session Chair – John Saffell
10:45 Welcome and Introduction
John Saffell (GASG & Nosmotech)
10:50 New developments in quartz-enhanced photoacoustic spectroscopy for real world applications
Prof Vincenzo Spagnolo (University of Bari, Italy) - Remote presentation
11:15 High Sensitivity Raman-based Gas Detection Using Hollow Core Optical Fibres
Natalie Wheeler (University of Southampton)
11:40 Multipoint Methane Measurements
James Bremner (Cranfield University/City University, London)
12:05 Mid-IR 2.0: How are Hamamatsu’s detectors disrupting gas sensing in the fingerprint zone?
Adnam Quazi (Hamamatsu Photonics UK)
Afternoon Session Chair – John Saffell
14:00 Non-dispersive infrared gas sensor design and optical coating requirements
Des Gibson (University of the West of Scotland)
14:25 Spectroscopy applied to exoplanets and their atmospheres
Prof Amaury Triaud (University of Birmingham)
14:50 Terahertz-frequency quantum-cascade laser instrumentation for atmospheric research
Alex Valavanis (University of Leeds)
15:15 Close of meeting (Refreshments)
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