Funding Projects

NOSENS
Détection et mesure de la pollution NO2 par capteurs quasi-distribués sur une fibre optique



01/12/2011-30/11/2013 - 4 partners
  • Funding agency: RW (Greenomat)

  • Coordinator(s): UMONS (Mons, Belgium)

  • Department Contribution:

  • Administrative responsible(s): P. Mégret; M. Mura;

  • Scientific responsible(s): C. Caucheteur;

  • Related UMONS Cluster(s): Cluster Material;

  • Summary of the project: This project aims to develop a quasi-distributed NO2 sensors based on optical fibers. The goal is to monitor poluution in tunnesl and parkings..

  • 5 relevant Publications
    • A. Bueno-Martinez, D. Lahem, C. Caucheteur, M. Debliquy,
      'Reversible NO2 Optical Fiber Chemical Sensor Based on LuPc2 Using Simultaneous Transmission of UV and Visible Light',
      MDPI Sensors, vol. 15, n. 5, pp. 9870-9881, 2015 ().

    • A. Bueno-Martinez, D. Kinet, P. Mégret, C. Caucheteur,
      'Fast thermal regeneration of fiber Bragg gratings',
      Optics Letters, vol. 38, n. 20, pp. 4178-4181, 2013 (2013/10/15). (Impact Factor: ~3,399)

    • A. Bueno-Martinez, M. Debliquy, D. Lahem, A. Van Baekel, P. Mégret, C. Caucheteur,
      'NO2 optical fiber sensor based on TFBG coated with LuPc2',
      IEEE Sensors Conference, pp. 1073-1076, Valencia (Sp), 02/11-05/11, 2014 (2014/11/02).

    • A. Bueno-Martinez, D. Lahem, M. Debliquy, C. Caucheteur, P. Mégret,
      'Nitrogen dioxide detector based on femtosecond TFBG coated with LuPc2 in P(S-bMMA) polymer matrix',
      OFS - 23rd International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors, vol. 9157, pp. 91575B-1-91575B-4, Santander (Sp), 02/06-06/06, 2014 (2014/06/02).


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