Spectral Forest

Project Description:

Designing and building a spectrometer with capable range of 400nm-1000nm. This spectrometer is to be used for ecology application in both aerial and ground mounted use. It will also be used to observe the energy properties of semi-conductors; energy transfer, light reflection, and absorption in a lab scenario.

Clients

Alexander Shenkin

Assistant Research Professor in the department of SICCS.

alexander.shenkin@nau.edu

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Photo: Dr. Shenkin

Carlo da Cunha

Assistant Professor in the department of SICCS.

carlo.cunha@nau.edu

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Technical Advisor

David Willy

Senior Lecturer of Mechanical Engineering in the department of CEIAS.

david.willy@nau.edu

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photo of David Willy

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Last Updated: 2/20/24

Team number: F23toSp24_SpectralForest

SubDept: CP19