OPD: Optical fibre sensors
Chair: R Tatam, Cranfield University (UK)





INVITED: Challenges in construction monitoring using optical fibre sensor techniques
K T V Grattan
1,2, T Sun1,2, P A M Basheer2,3, S E Taylor2,3

1 City University (UK)
2 Sengenia (UK)

3 The Queen’s University of Belfast (UK)



Photonic Guided-Path Tomography

S Joshua, Y Keung, P J Scully, K B Ozanyan

The University of Manchester (UK)



A novel optical method for measuring disbond growth in bonded composite joints

A Palaniappan, H Wang, S L Ogin, A Thorne, G Reed, A Crocombe, S Tjin1

University of Surrey (UK)

1 Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)



Quantitative drop spectroscopy using the fibre drop analyser: new theoretical and experimental approach for nanoscience applications

N D McMillan, S R P Smith1, M O’Neill2, A C Bertho, B O’Rourke, K Tiernan3 , A Augousti4, D Kennedy

Carlow Institute of Technology (Republic of Ireland)

1 University of Essex (UK)

2 Carl Stuart Ltd (Republic of Ireland)

3 Dublin Institute of Technology (Republic of Ireland)

4 Kingston University (UK)



Polymer optical fibres (POF) as sweat sensors

J Vaughan, P J Scully

University of Manchester (UK)