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17 September 2019 Front Matter: Volume 11144
Proceedings Volume 11144, Photonics and Education in Measurement Science 2019; 1114401 (2019) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2549081
Event: Joint TC1 - TC2 International Symposium on Photonics and Education in Measurement Science 2019, 2019, Jena, Germany
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Anding, K., 0R

Arronde Pérez, Dailys, 10

Bammer, Ferdinand, 0H

Bergmann, Jean Pierre, 0U

Berlich, R., 0V

Berndt, Dirk, 0T

Beyerer, Jürgen, 11, 1B

Bi, Weihong, 0N

Bichra, M., 0S

Bilal, Muhammad Musavir, 0N

Bogatsch, Tania, 0C, 1D

Breitbarth, Andreas, 07

Brinkmann, Julia, 07

Brodmann, Boris, 0G

Brüning, R., 0V

Brunner, R., 0V

Cao, Chengyu, 0W

Carl, Christin, 1E

Dietrich, Patrick, 03

Dittrich, Paul-Gerald, 07, 0O, 0S

Döge, Jens, 0Y

Dong, Guofeng, 18

Dong, X. P., 05

Drabek, Tomas, 15

Du, Cong, 0W

Findeisen, Erik, 1E

Fischer, Jan, 0E, 0K, 13, 15

Franke, Karl-Heinz, 0L

Fu, Guangwei, 0N

Fütterer, Richard, 04, 0Q

Garbe, Christoph S., 12

Gebhart, Ingo, 03

Glawion, Kirsten, 09

Granzow, Nicolai, 08

Grass, Oliver, 09

Greiner, Philipp, 0C, 1D

Guo, Xu, 0W

Haar, L., 0R

Haas, Moritz, 1E

Haasz, Vladimír, 0E, 0K, 13

Heist, Stefan, 03

Helfrich, Dominik, 0G

Heß, Albrecht, 16

Hoffmann, Rolf, 1C

Holub, Jan, 06, 0K, 15

Hou, Moyu, 18

Hu, Jie, 17

Hubold, M., 0V

Huemer, Florian, 0H

Illmann, Raik, 0Z

Jahn, Norbert, 0C, 1D

Junger, Christina, 16

Karolus, Benedikt, 12

Kasper, André, 0Y

Kind, Cosima, 07

Krüger, Udo, 0P

Kühmstedt, Peter, 03

Landmann, Martin, 03

Längle, Thomas, 11, 1B

Lei, X. Q., 05

Li, Shujuan, 0I

Li, Yanfang, 17

Li, Zhen, 18

Li, Zheng, 11, 1B

Linß, Gerhard, 0C, 1D

Liu, Tongyu, 17, 18

Liu, Xuejing, 0N

Liu, Yuqian, 0W

Lübbecke, Steffen, 0D

Ludwig, Mike, 0Y

Lummitsch, Sascha, 1E

Lutzke, Peter, 03

Ma, Tong, 0W

Martins, Laurin, 0C, 1D

Michlmayr, Sebastian, 0X

Min, Li, 0I

Negara, Christian, 1B

Nestler, Rico, 0L, 14

Ni, Jiasheng, 0I

Niedermaier, Inga, 09

Notni, Gunther, 03, 04, 07, 0A, 0C, 0D, 0M, 0O,

0Q, 0R, 0S, 0Z, 14, 16, 1A, 1C, 1D

Peter, Nico, 0Y

Pfützenreuter, C., 0S

Piepereit, H., 19

Piepgras, Ruben, 0X

Polte, G., 0R

Pospisil, Tomas, 06

Preissler, Marc, 0M

Priwitzer, Holger, 0Y

Rebhan, David, 0A

Reichel, Andreas, 0Y

Richter, Johannes, 0F

Rosenberger, Maik, 0A, 0O, 0S, 0Z, 14, 16, 1A

Rotscholl, Ingo, 0P

Sandring, Sten, 09

Schambach, Jörg, 0F

Schardt, Timothy, 07

Schellhorn, Mathias, 04, 0Q

Schmidt, Franz, 0P

Scholz, T., 1A

Schraml, Dominik, 0J

Schricker, Klaus, 0U

Seibold, Marc, 0U

Simler, Christophe, 0T

Sommer, Stephan, 0G

Sowa, Michael G., 0B

Straube, Guido, 0D

Sun, Zhihui, 0I

Svatos, Jakub, 06

Taphanel, Miro, 11

Trampert, Klaus, 0P

Trostmann, Erik, 0T

Vehar, Darko, 0L

Wa, Jin, 0N

Walz, J., 0R

Wang, Chang, 0I

Wang, Jiqiang, 18

Wang, Meng, 0I

Wang, Xingwei, 0W

Wang, Zhaowei, 17

Wei, Yubin, 17

Wenzel, Sven, 12

Yang, Luwen, 0N

Yang, Yuanyuan, 0I

Yaroshchuk, Artem, 0D

Zagar, Bernhard, 0X

Zangl, Hubert, 10

Zhang, Chen, 0D, 0O, 14

Zhang, Tingting, 17

Zhang, Y., 14

Zhang, Yanjun, 0N

Zhao, Lin, 18

Zhou, Jingcheng, 0W

Ziems, Bernd, 0Y

Conference Committee

Conference Chairs

  • Maik Rosenberger, Technische Universität Ilmenau (Germany)

  • Paul-Gerald Dittrich, SpectroNet Collaboration Cluster (Germany)

  • Bernhard Zagar, Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria)

International Steering Committee

  • Maik Rosenberger, Technische Universität Ilmenau (Germany)

  • Pawel Mazurek, Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)

  • Paul-Gerald Dittrich, SpectroNet Collaboration Cluster (Germany)

  • Bernhard Zagar, Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria)

  • Tongyu Liu, Qilu University of Technology (China)

  • Yanong Ning, Qilu University of Technology (China)

International Program Committee

  • Gunther Notni (Germany)

  • Rafael Celestre (Brazil)

  • Jan Holub (Czech Republic)

  • Gerhard Linß (Germany)

  • Miroslav Benisek (Serbia)

  • Peter Kneppo (Slovakia)

  • Roman Morawski (Poland)

  • Karl H. Ruhm (Switzerland)

  • Shigeru Takayama (Japan)

  • Reza Talebi-Daryani (Germany)

  • Leo Van Biesen (Belgium)

  • Eric Benoit (France)

  • Hubert Zangl (Austria)

  • Daniel Garten (Germany)

  • Nataliya Kosach (Ukraine)

  • Jakub Svatos (Czech Republic)

  • Raik Illmann (Germany)

  • Francesco Crenna (Italy)

  • Sanowar H. Khan (United Kingdom)

  • Maria Luisa Reis (Brazil)

  • Luca Mari (Italy)

  • Nick Leithold (Germany)

  • Patrick Guillaume (Belgium)

  • Steve Vanlanduit (Belgium)

  • Iakyra Borrakuens Couceiro (Brazil)

  • Armando Albertazzi (Brazil)

  • Shangzhong Jin (China)

  • Xinyong Dong (China)

  • Petr Páta (Czech Republic)

  • Vladimir Vasinek (Czech Republic)

  • Rainer Tutsch (Germany)

  • Tilo Pfeifer (Germany)

  • Simone Carmignato (Italy)

  • Yasuhiro Takaya (Japan)

  • Marcin Gnyba (Poland)

  • Małgorzata Kujawińska (Poland)

  • Carlos A. F. Fernandes (Portugal)

  • Jose Rebordão (Portugal)

  • Seung Kwan Kim (Korea, Republic of)

  • Yuri Chugui (Russian Federation)

  • Pedro Corredera (Spain)

  • Kamol Wasapinyokul (Thailand)

  • Akos Zarándy (Hungary)

  • Ken Grattan (United Kingdom)

  • Wei Jin (Hong Kong China)

  • Perry Shum (Singapore)

  • Yunjiang Rao (China)

  • Zuyuan He (China)

  • Saiied Aminossadati (Australia)

  • Edward Lewis (Ireland)

  • Jia Chen (Germany)

  • K. Kalli (Cyprus)

Introduction

The Joint TC1 - TC2 International Symposium on Photonics and Education in Measurement Science, which takes place 17–19 September 2019 in collaboration with the Conference on Optical Fibre & Photonic Sensors for Industrial & Safety Applications (OFSIS), addresses recent research and developments in photonic instrumentation and applications as well as education and training in measurement sciences.

The conference focuses on the theme, “Photonics and Education in Measurement Science,” and provides a forum for the exchange of the latest research findings and innovations related to this theme. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Measurement, Instrumentation, and Photonics for Education & Training

  • Applied Photonics for Science and Engineering in Industry, Biology, Medicine, Environment, and Administration

  • Sensor & System Characterization for Machine Vision and Image Processing

  • Photonic Sensors and Systems for Multimodal Sensing

  • Photonics, Machine Vision, and Image Processing in UV, VIS, NIR, SWIR, and LWIR Wavelength Range including Thermal and THz

  • Software & Processing of Multivariate and Multidimensional Data as well as Deep Learning Approaches

  • Development of Models, Methods, and Algorithms in Photonics, Machine Vision, and Image Processing.

Well-known experts from leading research facilities, companies, and institutions will give insights on their latest research and developments in photonic measurement engineering for quality assurance.

This conference is where scientists and innovators meet to share, inspire, and network. We are proud to host the Joint TC1 - TC2 International Symposium on Photonics and Education in Measurement Science 2019 in Jena, Germany. This year’s schedule is packed with scientific keynotes and lectures about new technologies, methods, and applications as well as scientific tours, an exhibition of instruments, and solutions for photonic measurement sciences.

We are grateful to all the contributors who present their valuable work to the research and industry community. We sincerely wish you a very pleasant stay during the conference, and a nice trip home with plenty of pleasant memories of this conference. We give our best regards to the participants of the conference. Welcome to Germany! Welcome to Jena!

Maik Rosenberger

Paul-Gerald Dittrich

Bernhard Zagar

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