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Moroni D., Raimondi V., Sakagami T., (eds.) .. Advanced infrared technology and applications 2015. In: Measurement Science & Technology. Editorial, vol. 28 (4) article n. 40102. Special Section on Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications 2015. IOP, 2017.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
This special issue of Measurement Science and Technology focuses on the 13th International Workshop on Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications (AITA), held in Pisa, Italy from September 29 to October 2, 2015. While meeting participants were particularly encouraged to submit their work, the issue has been open to all contributions. AITA is a biennial workshop organized by Giorgio Ronchi Foundation, in collaboration with the Institute of Information Science and Technologies 'Alessandro Faedo' (ISTI), the Institute of Applied Physics 'Nello Carrara' (IFAC) and the Construction Technologies Institute (ITC) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR). During the last edition, more than one hundred contributions were received, that resulted into a very rich program consisting in invited and contributed lectures for the 4 days of the workshop. The workshop was held at the Area della Ricerca CNR in Pisa, one of the largest research campus in Italy, and at walking distance from the historical centre of this beautiful Tuscan city. The main purpose of AITA is to provide an international forum to present and discuss current trends and future directions in infrared (IR) technology, mainly for civilian applications. The workshop also aims at fostering the creation of a permanent network of scientists and practitioners in the field of IR science and technology for an easy and immediate access to people, technologies and ideas. In such a wide area, covering all the spectrum of IR radiation and disparate applications ranging from non-destructive testing to biomedical applications, measurement has always represented a key underlying thread. This special issue was born on the consideration that advances in IR technology cannot be separated from advances in theory and practice of related measurement and instrumentation. Some of the best contributions presented at AITA and focused on these topics were selected and invited for inclusion in this issue. The latter is aimed at scientists, engineers and practitioners interested in understanding the basic principles of measurement in IR science as well as in discovering recent advances in sensing and measurement techniques. This special issue includes six papers, which cover some novel scientific and technological aspects that are representative of the topics of interest both for the IR and metrology communities.
URL: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1361-6501/aa59be
DOI: 10.1088/1361-6501/aa59be
Subject Infrared imaging
Metrology
AITA
Sensors
Non-destructive testing
Material science
Lock-in IR
Biomedical applications
I.4 IMAGE PROCESSING AND COMPUTER VISION
I.5 PATTERN RECOGNITION


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