Clinton Smith, Electrical Engineering
As a member of Professor Wysocki’s research group, Clinton researches and develops novel methods and instruments for laser-based trace gas spectroscopy: focusing on developing a low-power, portable, CO2 sensor that can reliably, under varying environmental conditions, detect sub-ppm changes in CO2 concentration while deployed in the field.
Clinton also collaborates with Professor Zondlo in Civil and Environmental Engineering to develop a novel real-time calibration technique for integration with our portable sensors, and to fly one of the CO2 sensors on a UAV as part of a demonstration project for autonomous environmental sensing.
C. J. Smith, S. So, and G. Wysocki, "Low-Power Portable Laser Spectroscopic Sensor for Atmospheric CO2 Monitoring," in Conference on Laser Electro-Optics: Applications, OSA Technical Digest (CD) (Optical Society of America, 2010), paper JThB4.
Stephen So, Evan Jeng, Clinton Smith, David Krueger and Gerard Wysocki, "Next generation infrared sensor instrumentation: remote sensing and sensor networks using the openPHOTONS repository", Proc. SPIE 7808, 780818 (2010); doi:10.1117/12.861505