AUG Hellas’ Director, Dr. George Lampropoulos, and Principal Chemical Engineer, Dr. Eric Morris, attended the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) 38th Annual General Assembly (AGA) and tradeshow. During this tradeshow, AUG showcased WaterSpy as a future expansion to the TRITON platform to over 700 community leaders, water/waste water operators, policy makers and researchers attending this event. AUG currently operates the water monitoring platform at the drinking water plants over 19First Nations communities, as part of the “Safe Water Project”. The WaterSpy system, as an essential component for the TRITON platform, will deliver the near real-time data of bacterial pathogen content in treated water. Huge demand of this function has been acknowledged by all stakeholders.
- ”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.