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Team, Engineers with multidisciplinary skills

Team, Engineers with multidisciplinary skills

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Team NOVA SCIENTIA: An innovation hub NOVA SCIENTIA concentrates an international and multidisciplinary set of expertise: 18 qualified employees 5 different nationalities 5 spoken languages: English, German, French, Italian, Russian Multidisciplinary academic background: 1 MBA 4 Master degrees Mechanical Engineering Aerospace Engineering Physics Philosophy 6 PhDs Material science Fibre [...]
EPIC Member, NOVA Scientia and the NOVA Photonics division

EPIC Member, NOVA Scientia and the NOVA Photonics division

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Its members operate within the entirety of the Photonics industry, from LED lighting, solar photovoltaic, photonic ICs, optical components, lasers, sensors, imaging, displays, projectors, optical fiber and other related photonic technologies.
Differences between NOVA technology and FBG technology

Differences between NOVA technology and FBG technology

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  Laser NOVA Tech Laser: standard telecommunications distributed feedback (DFB) this gives advantages in term of power unit performance and costs. ... FBGs-TECH Laser: specific tuneable laser with a wavelength operation window. ... This applies when measurements are repeated and averaged, the precision of the average [...]
Range-resolved interferometric signal processing using sinusoidal optical frequency modulation

Range-resolved interferometric signal processing using sinusoidal optical frequency modulation

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Range-resolved interferometric signal processing using sinusoidal optical frequency modulation Abstract "A novel signal processing technique using sinusoidal optical frequency modulation of an inexpensive continuous-wave laser diode source is proposed that allows highly linear interferometric phase measurements in a simple, self-referencing setup.
Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements

Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements

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Fiber segment interferometry for dynamic strain measurements Abstract "Using a novel range-resolved interferometric signal processing technique based on the sinusoidal optical frequency modulation of a cost-effective laser diode, a fiber sensing approach termed fiber segment interferometry (FSI) is described.
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