CORM 2019 Presentations

Session I: Current Research Activities at NMIs

CCPR K3 Key Comparison of Luminous Intensity

Arnold Gaertner (NRC Metrology, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Recent developments in photometry at NIST

Yuqin Zong and C. Cameron Miller (NIST Sensor Science Division, Gaithersburg, MD, USA)

Applications of spectrophotometry in emerging nanomaterials

Li-Lin Tay, John Hulse, Shawn Poirier, and Jeff Fraser (NRC Metrology, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Current research in high-accuracy radiometers for solar and earth observation

Michelle Stephens1, Nathan Tomlin1 , Chris Yung1 , Malcolm White1 , Anna Vaskuri1 , John Lehman1 , Dave Harber2 , Eric Richard2 , Karl Heuerman2 , Joel Rutkowski2 , Cameron Straatsma2 , and Greg Kopp2 ( 1 NIST Boulder; 2 Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics)

Progress in few-photon metrology at NRC

Jeongwan Jin, Dan Dalacu, Robin Williams, and Angela Gamouras (NRC, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Session II: Environmental Radiometry

Improving non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensors for greenhouse gas monitoring

Howard Yoon and George Eppeldauer (NIST, Sensor Science Division, Gaithersburg, USA)

Single particle soot photometer measurements of light-absorbing carbon produced by biomass combustion

Joel C. Corbin1 and Martin Gysel-Beer2 ( 1NRC Metrology, Ottawa, Canada; 2 Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland)

Performing tower-based solar induced fluorescence retrievals in the context of physiological, environmental, and hardware-based sources of uncertainty

Julia Marrs1 , Lucy R. Hutyra1 and David W. Allen2 ( 1 Boston University, Dept. of Earth and Environment; 2 NIST, Sensor Science Division)

Measurements of downwelling irradiance using a diffuse reflectance standard and calibrated radiometer for validation of modeled bias errors

B. Carol Johnson and Thomas Larason (NIST, Sensor Science Division)

Mid-infrared tunable diode laser spectroscopy for the detection of fugitive methane emissions

Jalal Norooz Oliaee, N. Sabourin, J. A. Gupta, P. Lobo, K. Thomson and G. Smallwood (NRC Metrology, Ottawa)

Session III – UV and IR Radiation – Measurements, Concerns & Applications

Asymptotics of diffraction corrections in radiometry

Eric L. Shirley (NIST Sensor Science, Gaithersburg, MD, USA)

Combined out-of-range and in-band stray light correction for array spectroradiometers

R. Zuber, and M. Ribnitzky ( Gigahertz-Optik GmbH, Türkenfeld, Germany)

Measurement errors due to limitations of lenses to focus wide wavelength light

Tim Moggridge (Westboro Photonics, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Status Update of the NIST Infrared Optical Properties of Materials Program

Leonard Hanssen, Simon Kaplan, Braden Czapla and David Deisenroth (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA)

Update on Revisions of Standards for Photobiological Safety of Lamps

David Sliney (Consulting Medical Physicist, Fallston, MD, USA)

Session IV – Optical Properties of Materials

SIM K6 – The regional intercomparison for spectral transmittance

Catherine Cooksey (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA)

Heading down the profiling rabbit hole

Dave Wyble (Avian Technologies, New London, NH, USA)

NIST high-accuracy index measurements of IR materials

John Burnett (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA)

Development of a new absolute diffuse reflectometer at NRC: status and outlook

Luke Sandilands, Éric Côté and Joanne Zwinkels (NRC Metrology, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Presented Posters

Investigation of controllable-tone lighting systems using phosphor and UV LEDs with different peak wavelengths

Narufumi Kawanobe (Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan)

What we do with NON-STANDARD samples in NRC Spectrophotometry Team

Stacey Lee (NRC Metrology, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Spatial uniformity and spectral responsivity measurements of large area indium gallium arsenide and germanium photodiodes

Allison Sibley (NRC Metrology, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

A real-time spatial photobiological light monitoring and control system

Mojtaba Parsaee (École d’Architecture, Université Laval, QC, Canada)

Sensor selection and integration into a wearable sensor array for human health monitoring

Mohammed Adnan Shareef , William J. Mills III and Kevin B. Martin (Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL, USA)

Evaluation of calibration intervals for spectrometers and photometers

Ken Tsui, Justin Cathey, Matthew Bikun, Kevin B. Martin and William J. Mills III (Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL, USA)

Session V – LED Lighting for Specialized, Industrial or Commercial Applications

Specifying LED colors for horticultural lighting

Ian Ashdown (SunTracker Technologies, Victoria, BC, Canada)

Comparison of LM-85 LED measurement techniques

Jeff Hulett (Vektrex, San Diego, California, USA)

Solid-state lighting measurement activities at the National Research Council of Canada

Amin Rasoulof, William Neil, Éric Côté and Arnold Gaertner (NRC Metrology, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

Overcoming metamerism when calibrating colorimeters used for display measurement

Greg McKee (Labsphere Inc., North Sutton, NH, USA)

Session VI– Health and Well-Being Responses to Light and their Measurement

Experimental evaluation of optical filters for reduction of blue light hazard and circadian stimulus

William J. Mills, III, Kevin B. Martin, Justin L. Cathey and Ken Tsui (Northern Illinois University, USA)

Evaluating the circadian experience of supportive living residents

Sandy Byers, D. Hetrick, J. Kline, D. Northcutt, Paul Ward, D. Olguin, E. Schumacher, E. Valdivia, and K. van den Wymelenberg, University of Oregon, USA)

Ameliorations in both mood and subjective sleep following light: an open-label light therapy intervention study

Ashley Nixon1 , M. Strick2 , N. Glozier3 , K-L Fields3 , R. Wallis3 , D. Biddle3 , C.Chan3 , I. Hickie3 , J. De Koninck1 and R. Robillard1 (1 The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, affiliated with University of Ottawa, Canada; 2 The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, Ottawa; 3 Clinical Research Unit, Brain & Mind Centre, The University of Sydney, AU) Health and well-being responses to daylighting in northern buildings Mojtaba Parsaee1 , C. M.H. Demers1 , M. Hébert2 , J-F Lalonde3 and A. Potvin1 ( 1 GRAP, École d’Architecture, Université Laval, Québec, QC, Canada; 2 CERVO Brain Research Centre, Faculty of Medicine, Université Laval; 3 Computer Vision and System Lab, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Université Laval, Canada)

Franc Grum Memorial Lecture

Metric Follies, or the Folly of Metrics

Ian Ashdown (President, SunTracker Technologies)

Session VII – Interior and Exterior Lighting

Photobiological lighting adaptation scenarios for healthy adaptive buildings

Mojtaba Parsaee1 , Claude M.H. Demers1 , Marc Hébert2 , Jean-François Lalonde3 and André Potvin1 ( 1 GRAP, École d’Architecture, Université Laval, Québec, QC, Canada, 2 CERVO Brain Research Centre, Faculty of Medicine, Université Laval, 3 Computer Vision and System Lab, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Université Laval, Canada)

Temporal light modulation: Research progresses, but questions remain

Jennifer A. Veitch (NRC Construction, Ottawa, ON, Canada)

An open service software solution for data acquisition, management and analysis for spectrometric measurements

Kevin B. Martin, William J. Mills III and Matthew Bikun (Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL, USA) Session VIII – Vision and Colour

Color Discrimination

Tony Esposito (Lighting Research Solutions LLC, Boston, MA, USA)

Quantifying perceived chroma and hue changes of object colors in lighting due to Hunt Effect

Yuki Kawashima and Yoshi Ohno (NIST, Gaithersburg, USA)

Assessing color disagreement due to diversity in spectral sensitivity functions

Lorne Whitehead1 and Michael Royer2 ( 1 University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC Canada; 2 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Portland, OR, USA)

Vision experiment on perception of correlated color temperature

Yoshi Ohno1 and Semin Oh2 ( 1 NIST, Gaithersburg, USA; 2 Ulsan National Institute of Science and , Ulsan, South Korea)

Color vision challenges in perceptual displays for automobiles

Jeremie Gerhardt, Hyunjin Yoo, Tara Akhavan and Hossein Ziaei Nafchi (IRYStec Software, Inc., Montreal, QC, Canada)

Photopic and mesopic visual resolution in Parkinson’s disease patients with and without freezing of gait

Jeffery K. Hovis1 , Mosaad. Alhassan2 and Quincy. J. Almeida3 ( 1 School of Optometry & vision Science, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada; 2Dept of Optometry & Vision Science, College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; 3 Sun Life Financial Movement Disorders Research and Rehabilitation Center, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, Canada)