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FlyTracker is an optical automated analyzer of walking and climbing locomotor behavior of fruit-flies (Drosophila melanogaster)
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Cost effective multi-wavelength light sources are key enablers for wide-scale penetration of gas sensors at Mid-IR wavelength range. Utilizing a novel Mid-IR Si-based photonic integrated circuit filter and wide-band Mid-IR SLEDs, we aim at demonstrating an innovative light source that covers 2.7…3.5 µm wavelength range with a resolution
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The iCspec project focuses on the in-line process control of many technically relevant gases such as hydrocarbons (HC). The main purpose of the project is to develop gas analyzers beyond the state-of-the-art for fast in-line multi-component monitoring of gas compositions in a process stream and to replace currently employed analyzers as gas chromatographs (GCs) or Fourier-Transform-Infrared spectrometers (FTIRs).
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Recently Tunable Laser Spectroscopy has extended its capabilities into the mid-IR region offering many new opportunities for industrial applications [1-3]. These applications require reliable unattended operation with service intervals of several years. Until now the lack of suitable laser sources in the main hydrocarbon absorption bands has limited the applicability of TLS in the chemical industry. The WideLase project, www.widelase.eu, supported by funding from the European Commission, focuses on the realization of widely tuneable mid infrared laser sources in the wavelength range 3.3 – 7.0 μm, utilizing novel Interband Cascade Laser (ICL) structures, and the development of novel photonic gas sensors based on using these novel laser sources. Analyzers based on technology within the WideLase project have the potential to be a substantial tool for process analytics and emission monitoring.
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