Special Issue "The Fiber-Optic Sensing for Extreme Physics and Its Measurement Applications for Engineering and Science"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 18 October 2023 | Viewed by 7664
Interests: fiber-optics vector sensing system and networks; micro-nano fiber and silicon photonic devices; phonics cross-disciplinary research with different engineering applications, e,g. intelligent desert, deep sea sensing, high speed trail health measurement
Fiber-optic systems are the backbone of communication systems, carrying most of the world’s data traffic. Fiber optics has also played a key role in sensing applications such as physical, chemical, biological, and environmental sensors. Fiber optic distributed sensors based on Raman scattering, Brillouin scattering and Rayleigh scattering have been successfully used for the measurement of temperature, strain, vibration, and so on. Fiber optical sensing technology is expected to grow significantly due to the rapid progress in information technology, mechanic dynamics, ocean engineering, bio-medicine, aerospace, and physics, chemicals, and material science. The Special Issue will highlight recent advances in fiber optic precise sensing technology and distributed measurement methods in both of engineering and science. Topics include, but not are limited to the following:
Fiber-optics vector sensing system and networks
Fiber-optcis distrubuted measurement for extreme physics study from the seven base physical quantities to those derived quantities
Fiber-optics advanced sensing technologies for chemical, bio-medicine, and materials measurement
Photonic cross-disciplinary research for different engineering applications, e,g. intelligent desert/water/land (environmental measurement), deep sea/deep space sensing, structure health monitoring for high speed trail or super high power, flexible robotics/mechanical arms, etc.
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Prof. Dr. Xinwan Li
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- Fiber-optics vector sensing system and networks
- Fiber-optcis distrubuted measurement for extreme physics study from the seven base physical quantities to those derived quantities
- Fiber-optics advanced sensing technologies for chemical, bio-medicine, and materials measurement
- Photonic cross-disciplinary research for different engineering applications, e,g. intelligent desert/water/land (environmental measurement), deep sea/deep space sensing, structure health monitoring for high speed trail or super high tower, flexible robotics/mechanical arms, etc.