Atomic Physics

Faculty of Engineering, LTH

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Applied molecular spectroscopy and remote sensing

The Applied Molecular Spectroscopy and Remote Sensing Group at the Atomic Physics Division, LTH, is pursuing a diversified research programme, building on about 30 years of experience in the field. Range-resolved lidar sounding of atmospheric gases is pursued, and diode laser spectroscopy is developed for long- and short-path absorption measurements. Previous research includes differential optical absorption spectroscopy and IR gas correlation imaging, now continued in spinn-off companies. Fluorescence lidar and laser-induced break-down spectroscopy of remote targets is studied, and even remote ablative cleaning has been demonstrated. A large variety of applications of gas in scattering media absorption spectroscopy (GASMAS) is being developed. Research where multi-spectral microscopy is used to detect diseases is performed. 

More information about this group, its activities and recent publications can be found by visiting the different sub-links to the left.


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