AUG Hellas’ Director, Dr. George Lampropoulos, gave a presentation on the “Safe Water Project” at the Guelph First Nations Water Conference, which involved key personnel and policy makers for water operations in the region. The presentation discussed various aspects of the “Safe Water Project” including the training of the operators on the TRITON platform with future inclusion of WaterSpy system as an essential component. Dr. Lampropoulos received very positive feedback as there is a large volume of demand for water analysis technologies among these remote First Nations communities, where experienced technicians and certified operators are hard to come by. The participants in the conference strongly indicated the urgent need to watch the bacterial pathogens in the drinking water supply and develop mitigation plans.
- ”Security, Metrology and Sensors” workshop of the Photonics Public Private Partnership Annual Meeting
- Photonics West
- A photothermal Mach-Zehnder interferometer for measuring caffeine and proteins in aqueous solutions using external cavity quantum cascade lasers
- Ultrasound enhanced mid-IR spectroscopy for sensing bacteria in aqueous solutions
- Novel sensing modules for gas detection and spectral analysis in mid-ir range.