Optical Characterization of Materials 2017 Karlsruhe

Optical Characterization of Materials, 22.03.-23.03.2017, Karlsruhe
Optical Characterization of Materials, 22.03.-23.03.2017, Karlsruhe

Optical Characterization of Materials 2017 Karlsruhe


The International Conference on Optical Characterization of Materials (OCM-2017) was organized by the Karlsruhe Center for Spectral Signatures of Materials (KCM) in cooperatrion with the German Chapter of the Instrumentation & Measurement Society of IEEE. KCM is an association of instituts of the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) and the business unit Automated Visual Inspection of the Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB.
 

Participants of the 3nd Conference on Optical Characterization of Materials, 22.03.-23.03.2017, Karlsruhe 
Participants of the 3nd Conference on Optical Characterization of Materials, 22.03.-23.03.2017, Karlsruhe 
 

Opening Ceremony

Session 1: Food Inspection

Session 2: Spectral Applications

Session 3: Spectral Sensors

Session 4: Spectral Data Processing

Session 5: Spectral Applications

Session 6: Recycling & Environment

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Opening Ceremony

Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB  Prof. Dr. Thomas Längle - Fraunhofer IOSB Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung  170322_01_laengle_fhg_iosb.pdf

Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB

Prof. Dr. Thomas LängleFraunhofer IOSB Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung 

Content:
  • Core Competencies of IOSB
  • Departments of IOSB
  • Business Units of IOSB and Contacts
  • Sorting Systems (recycling, mining, food)
Remote sensing and deep learning: smart processing of images from above  Prof. Dr. Devis Tuia - Universität Zürich 170322_02_tuia_uni_zuerich.pdf

Remote sensing and deep learning: smart processing of images from above

Prof. Dr. Devis Tuia - Universität Zürich

Content:
  • Remote sensing
  • deep learning
Analysis of plant raw materials and extracts applying various vibrational spectroscopy techniques - possibilities and limitations  Prof. Dr. Hartwig Schulz - Julius Kühn Institute 170322_03_schulz_kuehn_institut.pdf

Analysis of plant raw materials and extracts applying various vibrational spectroscopy techniques - possibilities and limitations

Prof. Dr. Hartwig Schulz - Julius Kühn Institute

Outline:
  • Introduction
  • Genetic Resources / Plant Breeding
  • Plant Cultivation
  • Processing of Plant Material /Quality Control

Session 1: Food Inspection

Employing NIR-SWIR hyperspectral imaging to predict the smokiness of scotch whisky  Julius Tschannerl - University of Strathclyde 170322_04_tschannerl_uni_strathclyde.pdf

Employing NIR-SWIR hyperspectral imaging to predict the smokiness of scotch whisky

Julius Tschannerl - University of Strathclyde

Content:
  • Background
  • Samples and Data Acquisition
  • Data Processing
  • Data Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgements
Simultaneous detection of melamine and urea in wheat gluten with the use of a handheld NIR scanner  Dr. George Bazar - Tellspec 170322_05_kovacs_tellspec.pdf

Simultaneous detection of melamine and urea in wheat gluten with the use of a handheld NIR scanner

Dr. George Bazar - Tellspec

Content:
  • Introduction
  • Objective
  • Materials & Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusions
Non-invasive Assessment of the Bioburden of Minced Pork Using a Hand-held Fluorescence Device  Dr. Heinar Schmidt - University Bayreuth 170322_06_schmidt_uni_bayreuth.pdf

Non-invasive Assessment of the Bioburden of Minced Pork Using a Hand-held Fluorescence Device

Dr. Heinar Schmidt - University Bayreuth

Content:
  • Optical Spectroscopy
  • Quantification of Bioburden on Meat
  • Fluorescence Detection of Bioburden
  • Handheld Fluorescence Device
  • Measuring Principle
  • DIP-Project: FriMo (FrischeMonitor)
  • Objectives
  • Experimental
  • Outlook

Session 2: Spectral Applications

Defect detection of green coffee by NIR-hyperspectral imaging and multivariate pattern recognition  Cristina Malegori - Università degli Studi di Genova, DIMEC 170322_07_malegori_uni_genoa.pdf

Defect detection of green coffee by NIR-hyperspectral imaging and multivariate pattern recognition

Cristina Malegori - Università degli Studi di Genova, DIMEC

Content:
  • Research Activity
  • SPECFOOD – Case Studies
  • THE PROBLEM – Green coffee defects
  • MATERIALS AND METHODS
  • COFFEE BEANS ACQUISITION – The light challenge
  • DATA PROCESSING – THE OBJECT-BASED APPROACH
  • CLASSIFICATION
  • RESULTS
Comparison between manual and automated identification of inert materials from demolition waste using hyperspectral imaging  Roberta Palmieri - Università di Roma 170322_08_palmieri_uni_rom.pdf

Comparison between manual and automated identification of inert materials from demolition waste using hyperspectral imaging

Roberta Palmieri - Università di Roma

Content:
  • Aim of the study
  • Urban mining
  • Construction and Demolition Waste (C&DW)
  • C&DW materials
  • Why is C&DW a problem?
  • C&DW recycling
  • Main application of recycled products
  • European recycling targets

Session 3: Spectral Sensors

Quality inspection of coarse recycled aggregates using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy  Han Xia - Technische Universität Delft 170323_09_xia_uni_delft.pdf

Quality inspection of coarse recycled aggregates using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy

Han Xia - Technische Universität Delft

Content:
  1. LIBS technology
    1. LIBS principle
    2. Challenges for inline LIBS applications
    3. Recycling of coarse aggregate
  2. Inline LIBS for quality control of RCA
    1. Industrial scale demonstration and results
    2. Current status
    3. Outlook: way of forward
CONCENTRATION DETERMINATION FOR SORTING APPLICATIONS USING DUAL ENERGY X-RAY TRANSMISSION IMAGING  Julija Lucic - Fraunhofer-Entwicklungszentrum Röntgentechnik EZRT 170323_10_lucic_fhg_iis.pdf

CONCENTRATION DETERMINATION FOR SORTING APPLICATIONS USING DUAL ENERGY X-RAY TRANSMISSION IMAGING

Julija Lucic - Fraunhofer-Entwicklungszentrum Röntgentechnik EZRT

Content:
  • Background and Motivation
  • Dual Energy Method
  • Measurement setup and specimen
  • Results
  • Summary and outlook
How to analyze food and future requirements for NIR spectroscopy  Dr. Peter Reinig - Fraunhofer-Institut für Photonische Mikrosysteme IPMS 170323_11_reinig_fhg_ipms.pdf

How to analyze food and future requirements for NIR spectroscopy

Dr. Peter Reinig - Fraunhofer-Institut für Photonische Mikrosysteme IPMS

Agenda:
  • Why analyzing food ?
  • How to analyze food ?
  • Optical NIR spectroscopy for food analysis
  • Application examples
  • Future requirements for NIR within the food value chain
  • Summary

Session 4: Spectral Data Processing

Optical measurement of material abundances in mixtures incorporating preprocessing to mitigate spectral variability  Wolfgang Krippner - Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)  170323_12_krippner_kit.pdf

Optical measurement of material abundances in mixtures incorporating preprocessing to mitigate spectral variability

Wolfgang Krippner - Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) 

Outline:
  • Hyperspectral images for the determination of material abundances
    • General objective
    • Limitations of existing approaches
  • Optically measuring material abundances
    • Spectral filters
    • Mathematical background
    • Design methods for spectral filters
  • Experimental evaluation
  • Summary
IMPROVING MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION IN SENSORBASED SORTING BY UTILIZING MOTION INFORMATION  Georg Maier - Fraunhofer IOSB Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung  170323_13_maier_fhg_iosb.pdf

IMPROVING MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION IN SENSORBASED SORTING BY UTILIZING MOTION INFORMATION

Georg MaierFraunhofer IOSB Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung 

Content:
  • Motivation
  • Idea
  • Experimental Setup
  • Results
  • Summary
nline density measurement for rock wool  Dirk Nüßler - Fraunhofer-Institut für Hochfrequenzphysik und Radartechnik FHR 170323_14_nuessler_fhg_fhr.pdf

Inline density measurement for rock wool

Dirk Nüßler - Fraunhofer-Institut für Hochfrequenzphysik und Radartechnik FHR

Outline:
  • Introduction
  • Measurement system and configuration
  • Results
    • Bloom defects
    • Surface weight
  • Conclusion

Session 5: Spectral Applications

Optical characterization of artists materials in ancient paintings by spectral imaging in the VIS-IR range  Giacomo Marchioro - Università degli Studi di Verona 170323_15_marchioro_uni_verona.pdf

Optical characterization of artists materials in ancient paintings by spectral imaging in the VIS-IR range

Giacomo Marchioro - Università degli Studi di Verona

Content:
  • The set-up: multi-spectral scanner
  • Case study: oil painting by Vittore Carpaccio
  • Processing using an external spectral database and different algorithms (SAM, Minimal distance...)
  • Results and discussions
CHARACTERIZATION OF SURFACE FINISHES ON TEXTILES BY IN-LINE NIR CHEMICAL IMAGING  Katja Heymann - Leibniz-Institut für Oberflächenmodifizierung e.V.  170323_16_heymann_leibnitz_institut.pdf

CHARACTERIZATION OF SURFACE FINISHES ON TEXTILES BY IN-LINE NIR CHEMICAL IMAGING

Katja Heymann - Leibniz-Institut für Oberflächenmodifizierung e.V. 

Content:
  • Motivation
  • Surface Finishing of Textiles
  • Highlights
  • NIR Camera System
  • Calibration Process
  • Wet-Chemical Treatment of Textiles
  • Desizing / Washing of Textiles
  • Detection of Blots of Contaminants
  • Determination of Contaminants
  • Summary
INLINE MONITORING OF STRUCTURAL QUALITY AND THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF PLASTICS IN THE HOT EXTRUSION PROCESS BY MEANS OF INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY  Dr. Jochen Aderhold - Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI 170323_17_aderhold_fhg_wki.pdf

INLINE MONITORING OF STRUCTURAL QUALITY AND THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF PLASTICS IN THE HOT EXTRUSION PROCESS BY MEANS OF INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY

Dr. Jochen Aderhold - Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI

Content:
  • Introduction
  • Theory
  • Experimental
  • Image Processing for Data Extraction
  • Results
  • Summary and Conclusion
HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING BASED APPROACH FOR MONITORING OF MICRO-PLASTICS FROM MARINE ENVIRONMENT  Prof. Dr. Silvia Serranti - Università di Roma 170323_18_serranti_uni_rom.pdf

HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING BASED APPROACH FOR MONITORING OF MICRO-PLASTICS FROM MARINE ENVIRONMENT

Prof. Dr. Silvia SerrantiUniversità di Roma

Content:
  • The “Age of Plastics”
  • Plastic materials demand by polymer type
  • How much plastic is in the ocean?
  • Main sources of marine litter
  • Impacts of marine litter
  • Microplastics definition
  • Sources of Microplastics
  • Aim of the study
  • Morphological and morphometrical characterization
  • The hyperspectral imaging device
  • HSI results

Session 5: Recycling & Environment

   
NIR-SWIR-Hyperspectral-Imaging supported surface analysis for the recovery of waste wood  Dr. Jochen Aderhold - Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI Frank Hollstein - STEINERT Elektromagnetbau GmbH 170323_19_aderhold_fhg_wki.pdf

NIR-SWIR-Hyperspectral-Imaging supported surface analysis for the recovery of waste wood

Dr. Jochen Aderhold - Fraunhofer-Institut für Holzforschung, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI
Frank Hollstein - STEINERT Elektromagnetbau GmbH

Content:
  • Background and Objectives
  • State of the Art (Down-cycling)
  • Detection removal of contaminations
  • Future (Up-Cycling)
  • Conclusion
THz Imaging for Recycling of Black Plastics  Andries Küter - Fraunhofer-Institut für Hochfrequenzphysik und Radartechnik FHR 170323_20_kueter_fhg_fhr.pdf

THz Imaging for Recycling of Black Plastics

Andries Küter - Fraunhofer-Institut für Hochfrequenzphysik und Radartechnik FHR

Content:
  • Why use electronic terahertz for sorting black plasics?
  • blackValue Inline Sensor System:
  • System Overview
  • Real-time Sensing and Sorting
  • Principle of operation
  • Noise Considerations
  • Classification
  • Summary

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