Fibre optic shape sensing colloquium: London 2019

Thomas Kissinger, in his role as a member of the Instrument science and technology group (ISAT) committee of the Institute of Physics,  organised a meeting entitled “Fibre optic shape and deformation sensing: an emerging technology” at the IoP in London 7th May 2019. The meeting featured presentations from researchers from the UK, Netherlands and Ireland with an interest in the development and practical application of fibre-optic based techniques for the measurement of shape. The talks covered applications in diverse areas, including  biomedical, aerospace, civil engineering, and flow measurement.

The Thames at dusk featuring The Shard (© Dan Francis).

 

Presentations

  • Overview of fibre-optic shape and deformation sensing techniques
    Thomas Kissinger
    Presented at the IoP meeting 'Fibre optic shape and deformation sensing: an emerging technology', London, May 2019
  • Fibre-optic shape sensing for aerospace structures
    Stephen James
    Presented at the IoP meeting 'Fibre optic shape and deformation sensing: an emerging technology', London, May 2019