Planar compound microlenses for partical detection in biometric flicker spectroscopy
Water is a vital part of human life and a resource to be protected for national defense and security. After the September 11 attack in the US, the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences recommended that: public water supplies be tested for dangerous contaminants that might be employed by terrorists in its 2002 report , and sensor systems be created to continuously monitor the water supply for threat agents to maintain public safety and confidence. In this abstract, we propose a new biomimetic sensor technology for continuous monitoring of water systems for agent particulates in the threat range using micro-optical-electro-mechanical (MOEMS) techniques.
Seo, J. ; Lean, M. Planar compound microlenses for partical detection in biometric flicker spectroscopy. 2007 Scientific Conference on Chemical & Biological Defense Research; 2007 November 13-15; Timonium; MD; USA.