Princeton University-Laser Sensing

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Gerard Wysocki

Assistant Professor

Princeton University, EE Dept.

B324 Engineering Quad

Princeton, NJ 08544

To contact us:

Phone: 609-258-8187

Fax: 609-258-2158

E-mail: gwysocki(at)princeton(dot)edu

News:

* 5/14 G. Wysocki has been awarded the 2014 Peter Werle Early Career Scientist Award

* 5/14 Eric Zhang receives  the 2014 Walbridge Fund Graduate Award. Congratulations Eric!

* 3/14 Eric Zhang receives the NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships-Doctoral. Congratulations Eric!!

* 1/14 A paper co-authored by G. Wysocki together with other experts has been named the Top-cited Paper published in Chemical Physics Letters in the years 2009-2013. The complete scientific publication can be found here.

* 11/13 Andreas Hangauer has received an award for the best PhD dissertation (at TU Munich) from the Association for Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies in Germany (VDE). More information about this year’s awards can be found here (in German) Congratulations Andreas!!!

* 8/13 Alex Hallden-Abberton receives the Best Graduate Student Paper Award at 2013 MIRTHE Summer Warkshop Congratulations Alex!!!

* 6/13 Yin Wang wins the 2013 Newport Graduate Award for Photonics - Congratulations Yin!!!

* 6/13 Alex Hallden-Abberton joins PULSe - Welcome Alex!!!

All news

The PULSe (Princeton University Laser Sensing) group conducts research which is primarily focused on the development of mid-infrared laser spectroscopic instrumentation for applications in trace gas detection and chemical sensing. The target applications range from atmospheric chemistry, environmental monitoring and bio-medical research, to industrial emissions and process control.

 

Our current research activities include:

* Development of ultra-sensitive mid-IR laser spectroscopic systems for remote or in-situ, non-invasive, rapid chemical analysis.

* Development of widely tunable external cavity quantum cascade lasers (EC-QCLs) for high resolution molecular spectroscopic application

* Development of distributed spectroscopic trace-gas sensor networks

 

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