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|Submit Date||Name||Organisation||Statement of capabilities/facilities|
|2020-06-30.||Toomas Kübarsepp||AS Metrosert||Experience in photodetector modelling and manufacturing, detector linearity analyses|
|2020-06-22.||Petri Kärhä||Aalto University||Measurement setups for most radiometric, photometric, and Spectroradiometric quantities. Especially the following two might be relevant for the project:
Alexander Kokka, Tomi Pulli, Eija Honkavaara, Lauri Markelin, Petri Kärhä, and Erkki Ikonen, “Flat-field calibration method for hyperspectral frame cameras,” Metrologia 56, 055001, 8 p. (2019).
Oskari Pekkala, Tomi Pulli, Alexander Kokka, and Erkki Ikonen, "Setup for characterising the spectral responsivity of Fabry–Pérot-interferometer-based hyperspectral cameras, Metrologia 56, 065005, 6 p. (2019).
|2020-06-13.||Johannes Ledig||PTB||We like to significantly contribute as an internally funded partner and will actively participate in the discussion and standardization of HDR luminance measurements via DIN and CIE Division 2.
Beside the CMCs for luminance and luminance responsivity we can provide experience with modern spot and imaging luminance measurement devices (e.g. ILMDs based on a CCD or CMOS matrix sensor) and with applications presenting a luminance distribution of high dynamic range (e.g. near-field goniophotometry).
We offer to contribute with an existing photometric bench setup including a detector positioning system with six degrees of freedom (based on an articulated industrial robot). This setup provides the capability to implement a detailed characterization procedure for such luminance measurement devices and for a traceable luminance scaling by using the inverse-square law.
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