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Title: Properties and Characteristics of Optical Glass III (Proceedings / SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering)
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University of Latvia develops advanced optical methods and devices for real-time and post-surgical cardiovascular monitoring and in-vivo assessment of skin. Specifically spectroscopy studies are pe rformed, including contact diffuse reflectance spectrometry, non-contact multispectral imaging, chromophore mapping, autofluorescence photo-bleaching and skin photo-memory studies. Application prospects of silica core side-glowing optical fibers. September 2005 · Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. The side-emitting optical fibers are specially designed to stimulate leakage of the core-transmitted radiation via their side surfaces, so creating the effect of glowing tiny wires. The basic design concepts for this kind of optical fibers are discussed, as well as some of the present and potential future applications.

22nd International Symposium On Atmospheric and Ocean Optics: Atmospheric Physics. Gennadii G. Matvienko Oleg A. Romanovskii. Fluorescent and optical properties of sunflower leaves grown under oil pollution. Optical radiation propagation in the atmosphere and ocean. Investigation of microphysical characteristics and chemical composition of near-ground aerosol in Barentsburg (Spitsbergen) in the spring and summer seasons of 2011-2015. Inter-annual dynamics of changes in hydrooptical characteristics of ecosystem of the Yenisei basin. Method for retrieval of vertical profiles of wind from Stream Line lidar data with allowance that the noise component of recorded signal differs from white noise.

Dalton, . Robinson, . Jen, . Ried, . Eichinger, . Sullivan, . Akelaitis, . Bale, . Haller, . Luo, . Liu, . Liao, . Firestone, . Bhatambrekar, . Bhattacharjee, . Sinness, . Hammond, . Buker, . Snoeberger, . Lingwood, . Rommel, . Amend, . Jang, . Chen, A. & Steier, . 30 Aug 2005, In : Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. Exceptional electro-optic properties through molecular design and controlled self-assembly. Kim, . Chen, . Kang, . Tucker, N. Hau, . Tian, . Ka, . Dalton, L. & Herman, . 18 Aug 2005, In : Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.

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0001 Optical Component Specification for Laser - Based. systems and Other Modern Optical Systems. 21-22 January 1986, Los Angeles, California). 0002 Laser Processing of Semiconductors and Hybrids. 0074 Current Developments in Optical Engineering III. (15,16,18 August 1988, San Diego, California). 0077 Properties and Characteristics of Optical Glass. 18-19 August 1988, San Diego, California).

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