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1 (1) Engineering Department University of Sannio, Benevento – Italy (3) Composite and Biomedical Materials Institute, National Research Council, Napoli, Italy (2) Dept. for Techn. of the Univ. of Naples Parthenope Naples ITALY (4) ww.optosmart.com An Integrated Multidisciplinary Approach for Advanced Multifunction Photonic Sensing Systems Measured parameters: Strain Temperature Vibration Refractive index Chemical detection Electric and Magnetic field Integration with: Metal oxide particle layers Nanoporous Polymers Carbon nanotubes C° Up to 1 MHz < 1 ppm Bandgap engineering Microstructuration Tapering Application to: Structural health monitoring Damage detection Aeronautic monitoring Geodetical monitoring Enviromental monitoring Acoustic monitoring Railways monitoring A.Cutolo 1, A. Cusano 1, M. Pisco 1, M. Consales 1, A. Iadicicco 2, P. Pilla 1, C. Ambrosino 1, G.Breglio, D. Paladino 1, A. Crescitelli 1, A. Ricciardi 2, S.Campopiano 2, M. Giordano 3 Photonic devices Micro-structured Fiber Gratings Tapered Fiber Hollow core optical fiber Micro resonators Long period Fiber Gratings

2 (1) Engineering Department University of Sannio, Benevento – Italy (3) Composite and Biomedical Materials Institute, National Research Council, Napoli, Italy (2) Dept. for Techn. of the Univ. of Naples Parthenope Naples ITALY (4) ww.optosmart.com Magnetic and Electric field sensing Vibration detection Railway applications Patent pending Aeronautic field Marine applications Patent pending Civil health monitoring Patent pending Phased array antennas Patent filed Microwave photonics Track health management (0-10 kHz) Static low frequency (0-100) Hz Underwater acoustic wave detection (<100) kHz Structural health management (0-10) kHz Waveform generation of GHz signals Electrically tuned optical delay lines Time Delay Resolution 1 ps

3 (1) Engineering Department University of Sannio, Benevento – Italy (3) Composite and Biomedical Materials Institute, National Research Council, Napoli, Italy (2) Dept. for Techn. of the Univ. of Naples Parthenope Naples ITALY (4) ww.optosmart.com APPLICATION TO : ADVANCED CONFIGURATIONS : Water Monitoring HYDROCARBONS AND AMMONIA Limit of Detection: <1 ppm H 2 Detection at -160 °C CRYOGENIC H 2 Limit of Detection: <1 % Air Pollution Monitoring VAPORS (VOCs) Limit of Detection: <0.5 ppm GAS (NO 2 ) Limit of Detection: 0.1 ppm Near field chemo-optic sensors Hollow-core Fiber filled with Carbon Nanotubes Microlenses on tapered optical fibers Low cost fabrication Spheres diameters: μm Fiber core Near Field Intensity Layer Topography Hollow-core Optical Fiber end face Guiding Properties Modifications Web-like Carbon Nanotubes Deposition MICRO AND NANOPHOTONICS FOR CHEMICAL SENSING Sphere diameter: 90 μm

4 (1) Engineering Department University of Sannio, Benevento – Italy (3) Composite and Biomedical Materials Institute, National Research Council, Napoli, Italy (2) Dept. for Techn. of the Univ. of Naples Parthenope Naples ITALY (4) ww.optosmart.com A European Optical Society Topical Meeting Organized by Italian Optics and Photonics Society Cosponsored by Italian Information and Communication Technology Association Second call for papers General chairman: Prof.AntonelloCutolo Co-chairs: Prof. MarioArmenise,Prof.ssaRobertaRamponi List of topics Deadline for submitting a four page summary:March 20 th 2008 Acceptance notification by May 5 th 2008 To receive furtherinformations, please, contact:


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