20 julio 2015, Madrid. Impartido por el Dr. Thomas Allsop, del Aston Institute of Photonics Technologies en el Reino UnidoLugar: Sala de Conferencias del Instituto de Óptica. c/ Serrano 121, Madrid.
Hora de inicio: 11:00h

Fibre optic sensors have been in existence for over 30 years with the majority of the most successful past applications being in the areas of civil construction or oil exploration industries. Recently, there has been increasing research activities on the possibilities in the applications of fibre optic sensing in the chemistry and medicine. The reason for this, in part, is the growing number of different types of optic fibre sensors and their physical attributes. In the coming talk I’ll present my recent activities and contributions within the AIPT to these two areas of sensing applications. 
Subjects to be covered Long period gratings (Pulmonology and Cardiology applications), Localised Surface Plasmons,  Gas sensing , Biochemical applications 

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