Quantum cascade laser-based substance detection: approaching the quantum noise limit

Peter Kuffner, Kathryn Conroy, T Boyson, Greg Milford, Mohamed Mabrok, A Kallapur, I Petersen, M Calzada, T Spence, Kenneth Kirkbride, C Harb

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    Abstract

    A consortium of researchers at University of New South Wales (UNSW@ADFA), and Loyola University New Orleans (LU NO), together with Australian government security agencies (e.g., Australian Federal Police), are working to develop highly sensitive laser-based forensic sensing strategies applicable to characteristic substances that pose chemical, biological and explosives (CBE) threats. We aim to optimise the potential of these strategies as high-throughput screening tools to detect prohibited and potentially hazardous substances such as those associated with explosives, narcotics and bio-agents.

    Original languageEnglish
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    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    EventNext-Generation Spectroscopic Technologies IV -
    Duration: 25 Apr 2011 → …

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    ConferenceNext-Generation Spectroscopic Technologies IV
    Period25/04/11 → …

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    Kuffner, P., Conroy, K., Boyson, T., Milford, G., Mabrok, M., Kallapur, A., Petersen, I., Calzada, M., Spence, T., Kirkbride, K., & Harb, C. (2011). Quantum cascade laser-based substance detection: approaching the quantum noise limit. Paper presented at Next-Generation Spectroscopic Technologies IV, . https://doi.org/10.1117/12.886395