Council for Optical Radiation Measurements
2012 Presentations
Session I Recent Research Activities at NRC in Photometry and Radiometry
Overview of NRC photometry and radiometry measurement services, Nelson Rowell
New developments in radiometry at NRC, Charles Bamber
Quantum radiometry research activities at NRC, Jeff Lundeen
Current and future realizations of NRC photometric and spectroradiometric calibration chains, Arnold Gaertner
Extension of NRC fluorescence measurement capabilities, Joanne Zwinkels,  Mario Noël and Bill Neil
Gonioreflectometry of diffusely reflecting and regularly reflecting surfaces, Réjean Baribeau
Infrared spectroscopy research activities at NRC, Li-Lin Tay and Nelson Rowell
 Radiation thermometry research activities at NRC, Andrew D.W. Todd, Donald J. Woods and Kenneth D. Hill
Session II New Metrological Tools and Applications with Emphasis on SSL
Colour-tunable LED office lighting: harnessing new capabilities while saving Energy, Jennifer A. Veitch,  Erhan E. Dikel, Gregory J. Burns, Sandra Mancini, and Guy R. Newsham (NRC, Canada)
Method for measurement of LEDs at elevated temperature of 85 ºC in Production, Ralph Tuttle (Cree, USA)
Hemisphere-based automated measurement system for high power LEDs, Jeff Hulett (Vektrex, USA)
An experimental approach to a definition of the mesopic adaptation field, Tatsukiyo Uchida (Panasonic, Japan /NIST, USA), Yoshi Ohno (NIST, USA)
Pulse-to-cw laser convertor and its application in the new spectral responsivity calibration facility at PTB, Stefan Winter, T. Fey, I. Kröger (PTB, Germany)
Research on measurement methods for organic light-emitting diodes, Tokihisa Kawabata (Konica Minolta Holdings, Inc., Japan / NIST, USA)
Methods for estimating junction temperature of AC LEDs, Asiri Jayawardena, Yi-wei Liu, and Nadarajah Narendran (Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA)
Measurement of LEDs at wafer level, Pei-ting Chou (ITRI, Taiwan)
New JEDEC thermal testing standards for high power LEDs, Andras Poppe (Mentor Graphics MAD MicReD & Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Quantifying stroboscopic effects from flickering light sources, John Bullough and N. Narendran (Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA)
Standardization and measurement of optical radiation related to photobiological safety, Tongsheng Mou (Zhejiang University, China) and Jianping Wang (Sensing Instruments Co., Ltd., China)
Session III Advances in Environmental Radiometry
STARR II:  Progress towards a new UV-SWIR gonioreflectometer with climate science applications, Heather J. Patrick (NIST, Gaithersburg)
Laser-induced incandescence for the measurement of atmospheric black Carbon, Greg Smallwood (NRC, Canada)
LWIR hyperspectral differential imaging for gaseous and liquid contaminations sensing, Jean-Marc Theriault (Defence Research and Development Canada)  
The NIST Green House Gas and Climate Science Measurements Program, James R.Whetstone (NIST, Gaithersburg)
Automated measurement and shape recognition techniques applied to atmospheric particulate matter, James Sloan, Igor Grishin, and Thomas Kuhn (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Differential absorption LIDAR for green house gas measurements, Stephen Maxwell and James Whetstone (NIST, Gaithersburg) 

Use of UV/VIS/FTIR spectroscopy to measure atmospheric composition, Kimberly Strong (University of Toronto, Canada)
Franc Grum Memorial Dinner and Lecture
Spectral Infrared Radiation Measurement from Space,  Dr. Henry Buijs
Session IV Other Advances in Optical Radiation Measurements
Adapting conventional laser power meter measurements to terahertz Frequencies, John Lehman, Marla Dowell, Erich Grossman, and Malcolm White (NIST, Boulder and NPL)
New automated laser facility for detector calibrations, Yuqin Zong (NIST, Gaithersburg, USA)
Bi-spectral LED phosphor emission characterization system, Richard Austin, Jim Leland and Trevor Vogt (Gamma Scientific)
IR enhanced Si photodiode for spectral responsivity transfer between 300 nm and 1000 nm, G.P. Eppeldauer and T.C. Larason (NIST, Gaithersburg)
New tools for laser pulse energy measurement, Malcolm White (NPL) and John Lehman (NIST, Boulder)
Cross-referencing lighting standards in a photometric laboratory, K. Frank Lin (Lighting Sciences Canada Ltd.)
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