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Advanced IR sensing technology research in the city of Tomsk, USSR
Author(s): Vladimir P. Vavilov; A. I. Ivanov; A. V. Isakov; V. V. Reino; Vladimir V. Shiryaev; Ruvim Sh. Tsvyk
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Paper Abstract

Some large scientific organisations in the city of Tomsk, Siberia, USSR are involved into the researchings on the advanced IR sensing technology. They are Polytechnic Institute founded in 1896, Uriiversity of Tomsk founded in 1888, Institute of Atmosphere's Optics, Academy of Sciences arid Institute of Automatized Control Systems and Radio electronics. Main fields are as follows: 1) thermal (IR) nondestructive testing of materials, machines and systems; 2) optoelectronics; 3) laser optics, transmission of infrared through the atmosphere and investigation of energy distribution in laser beams. Researching equipment includes Western and Russian industrial thermovisers, lasers, personal computers, IR detectors etc and some borne-made devices and components. There are optical arid JR detectors Lndustry in Tomsk that allows i.e produce spheric and aspheric mirrors and lenses, JR filters, cadmium-mercury-teilur and indium anlymonide T1 receivers arid to develop the scanning and measuring devices on the base mentioned above. Seine projects to develop the specific Tomsk thermoviser so far have nOt come true so the main accent was made onto the computerized thermographic systems suitable for solution of particular scientific problems.

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Date Published: 1 March 1990
PDF: 2 pages
Proc. SPIE 1313, Thermosense XII: An International Conference on Thermal Sensing and Imaging Diagnostic Applications, (1 March 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.21953
Show Author Affiliations
Vladimir P. Vavilov, Tomsk Polytechnic Institute (Russia)
A. I. Ivanov, Tomsk Polytechnic Institute (Russia)
A. V. Isakov, Tomsk Institute of Atmosphere's Optics (Russia)
V. V. Reino, Tomsk Institute of Atmosphere's Optics (Russia)
Vladimir V. Shiryaev, Tomsk Polytechnic Institute (Russia)
Ruvim Sh. Tsvyk, Tomsk Institute of Atmosphere's Optics (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1313:
Thermosense XII: An International Conference on Thermal Sensing and Imaging Diagnostic Applications
Sharon A. Semanovich, Editor(s)

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