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Thursday, June 27 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
OS3: Photometric Measurement Development Challenges & System Considerations: A Case Study in Liquid Analysis

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Liquid sensing and analysis applications using optical methods, including those based on absorbance, fluorescence, luminescence, and backscatter, share several common challenges. System develop encompasses mechanical, optical, electrical, and software integration with the need for rapid prototyping. Technical challenges and mitigations techniques such as ambient light rejection, noise reduction, and calibration are presented. This session discusses how these concerns were addressed during the development of a photometric measurement platform and how the concepts can be extended to varied applications in environmental measurement, safety, and smart buildings.

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Daniel Braunworth

Segment Manager, Analog Devices
Daniel Braunworth is the segment manager for Analog Devices’ Scientific Instruments business, a key segment of ADI’s Instrumentation business. Daniel has an electrical engineering degree from Oregon State University and has been leading and developing marketing strategies in the... Read More →
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Mark Thoren

System Design Engineer, Analog Devices
Mark Thoren joined Analog Devices (Linear Technology at the time) in 2001 as an applications engineer supporting precision data converters. He's since held various roles in mixed-signal applications involving training, technical publications, and customer support. Mark recently joined... Read More →

Thursday June 27, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm PDT
Meeting Room 211CD