Special Issue "Optical Multisensor Systems for Chemical Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 982
Interests: optical multisensor system development; fibre-based spectroscopy; in-line process analysis; monitoring of biotechnological processes; milk quality analysis; chemometrics
Interests: data analysis computer simulation of spectral data; optimization of multiparametric systems; modelling of phase diagrams “composition-property”
Interests: analytical chemistry; optical spectroscopy; spectral analysis of milk and dairy products; chemometrics; optical multisensor systems
Optical sensing is starting to compete with the traditional lab spectroscopic methods in the chemical analysis of industrial, environmental, medical, and other complex samples. There is a growing demand for inexpensive compact analysers for the field, in-line, and express analysis of various objects. Such devices are carefully optimized for a particular application by including a few optical channels sensitive to different (and possibly interfering) component signals in a mixture, hence the name of this class of analysers—optical multisensor systems. The sensory channels may belong to different spectral regions and even be based on different physical principles, but their data are analysed jointly using the methods of chemometrics. This Special Issue is intended to be a collection of scientific works aimed at the development and testing of novel optical analysers using the concept of multisensory measurement.
This topic is conceptually focused on the development of modern optical sensing devices, as an alternative to the traditional lab spectroscopy, and therefore ideally fits within the scope of
Prof. Dr. Andrey Bogomolov
Dr. Elena Moshchenskaya
Dr. Anastasiia Surkova
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- chemical analysis
- optical multisensor system
- mixture analysis