Twentieth International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors

Twentieth International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors


Monday 5 October 2009 to Friday 9 October 2009


The conference embraces all research into guided wave optics and photonic systems for instrumentation, sensing and imaging, and their applications in physical, chemical and biological measurement, with emphasis on optical fibre and guided wave technology, and where ‘optics’ includes the spectrum from infra-red to ultra-violet. The scope extends from relevant theory and fundamental science to engineering realisation. Example fields of application include:

  • Fundamental metrology and research
  • Medicine and the life sciences
  • Environmental monitoring and earth observation
  • Defence, security and public safety
  • Structural engineering and civil infrastructure
  • Aerospace
  • Oil, gas and mining
  • Renewable energy
  • Industry: metrology, process monitoring and machine vision


Select your area of interest
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