Special Issue "Spectroscopy Based Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 May 2018) | Viewed by 85438
Spectroscopic sensors have attracted intensive interest from many different field of applications, such as industrial/food process control, atmospheric monitoring, analysis of biological/medical processes, etc. In the future, integrated, miniaturized sensors, produced at reduced costs, should be able to operate under hazardous, remote field conditions, such as drones, production lines, and shipped containers, but also in high-end quality control in medical processes. This Special Issue focuses on both types of sensors, publishing the newest scientific developments and applications of spectroscopic sensors for in situ, real-time analysis of critical biological, chemical, and physical parameters of the process under investigation. It welcomes contributions utilizing the UV, visible, IR, THz wavelength regions sensing via direct absorption, Raman, fluorescence, or other spectroscopic processes.Dr. Frans J.M. Harren
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- Bioprocess monitoring
- Process analytical technology
- Medical sensors
- In-line monitoring
- Real-time monitoring
- Trace gas sensors
- Laser-based sensors
- Airborne sensors
- Hyperspectral Imaging
- Optical/Infrared/Terahertz sensors
- Time resolved sensors