International workshop on opportunities and challenges in mid-infrared laser-based gas sensing

Invited Speakers

Preliminary list of invited speakers

Francesco D’Amato

CNR, National Institute of Optics, Italy
Chemical and mechanical sensing with mid-infrared lasers

Martin Kamp

University of Würzburg, Germany

Barry McManus

Aerodyne Research Inc., USA
Trace gas instrumentation with ICL's and QCL's, with application to field measurements

Jerry Meyer

Naval Research Laboratory, USA
Interband CascadeLasers for the Midwave Infrared

Józef Piotrowski

VIGO System, Poland
Fast response photodetectors for mid-infrared laser-based gas sensing

Antoni Rogalski

Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
Type-II superlattice HOT infrared photodetectors

Manijeh Razeghi

Northwestern University, USA
Recent break throughs in quantum cascade lasers

Michael Santos

University of Oklahoma, USA
Recent progress in InAs-based interband cascade lasers

Frank Tittel

Rice University, USA
Compact ICL and QCL based mid-infrared sensors: development and applications

Aurore Vicet

University of Montpellier, France
New index-coupled distributed-feedback GaSb-based lasers diodes in the 2 to 3 µm wavelength range. Applications to spectroscopy

Joachim Wagner

Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics, Germany
Widely external-cavity tunable quantum cascade lasers for spectroscopic sensing

Ulrike Willer

Clausthal University of Technology, Germany
Mid-infrared photoacoustic detection schemes