Session 4: Glass in Sensor Technology
This session welcomes presentations covering all aspects of glass for sensor technology. This includes but is not limited to optical sensing over all wavelength ranges, UV, visible, IR and terahertz; electrochemical and ionic sensing; Brillouin sensing; radiation sensing and imaging; etc. All glassy platforms for sensing are of interest, including, fiber, film, bulk or integrated circuits. This session will cover both the fundamental and applied aspects of glassy materials for sensing from materials properties to sensor design. This includes both passive and active glasses such as luminescent sensors and scintillators.
Pierre Lucas, University of Arizona, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Younès Messaddeq, Université Laval, Canada, Younes.Messaddeq@copl.ulaval.ca