G-Fresnel Cell-phone Spectrometer

>G-Fresnel Cell-phone Spectrometer
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Pennsylvania State University

Team members: Zhiwen Liu, Perry S. Edwards, Chuan Yang

This high performance optical spectrometer, integrated with a cellular phone, can make optical spectroscopy accessible to everyone whereas the traditional optical spectrometers, used to measure the spectra of light, are usually bulky and expensive. The G-Fresnel Cell-phone Spectrometer is compact and affordable. Optical spectrometers have broad ranges of applications, such as breast cancer detection, monitoring surgical wounds and color analysis for assisting people with color blindness.

Project Site: http://ultrafastoptics.ee.psu.edu/applied_optics.html

Winner Badge - Vodafone Americas Foundation Wireless Innovation Project

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  • Martin Lukac, PhD: ColdTrace team member
  • Logan Liu: MoboSens team member
  • Tristan Wietsma: MoboSens team member
  • Manas Ranjan Gartia: MoboSens team member
  • Zhiwen Liu: G-Fresnel team member
  • Perry S. Edwards: G-Fresnel team member
  • Chuan Yang: G-Fresnel team member
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