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Technology Seminar

Labsphere presents full and half day technology seminars on integrating sphere theory, photometry, radiometry, light measurement and calibration. Price of seminar includes morning refreshments and lunch.


Seminar 1: Thursday, March 23  9am until noon

Burlington, MA:  MHA Conference Center Suffolk Room


Seminar 2: Tuesday, April 11, 9am until 4pm (remote sensing drone demo during lunch, guest speakers and talk with the engineers after lunch)

Dayton, OH: University of Dayton UDRI Curran Place

Note: Dayton Seminar free for University of Dayton students and faculty, but you must register below; please choose Dayton No Charge option

Dr. Jacob Martin: Physicist, AFRL/RYMT: “AFRL Spatial Spectral Test Fixture”
Dr. Philip Plummer: Electronics Engineer, AFRL: “AFRL Laser Speckled FPA MTF Estimation”
Dr. Bradley Ratcliff: Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Dayton
and Director of the Applied Sensing Laboratory: “Simplified Empirical Polarimetric Bidirectional Reflectance
Measurement (BRDF) Approach”
Dr. David Perry: Electro-optical Engineer, Leidos, Inc.: “Applied Sensing Lab: Spectral Mixing Studies and Initial
Characterization of Lab Skylight Sources, Standard Sources, Spectrometers, and Imaging Polarimeters”

Seminar 3: Tuesday, April 18  9am until 3pm

Westminster, CO: Westin Westminster

What will you learn?

  • Radiometry & Photometry
  • Integrating Sphere Theory
  • Measurement and Calibration
  • For the Remote Sensing content in OH and CO:
      • Remote Sensing Applications
      • Calibration Life Cycle
      • Ground Support Calibration
      • Field Calibration
      • Vicarious Calibration
      • Data Analysis

Who should attend?

Engineers, Technical Support, Technical Sales, Product Development Leaders, Program Managers



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