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HJ805 Photonic Sensors Research Laboratory

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The Photonic Sensors Research Laboratory (HJ805) carries out fundamental and applied research on the development of micro-structured fiber sensors and devices. Research areas include spectroscopic sensors, optical fiber components and sensing systems for the measurement of strain, temperature, vibration, pressure, acoustic wave, electric/magnetic field, rotation, refractive index, gas and liquid concentration.   

Our research works are supported by Hong Kong Research Grant Council, Innovation Technology Commission of Hong Kong Government, National Natural Science Foundation of China, and Post-graduate and Postdoctoral Programme from the university. The overall research grant is in excess of HK$50M. Our academic collaborator include University of Strathclyde, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shenzhen University.

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