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5th International Symposium of Space Optical Instruments and Applications

Beijing, China, September 5–7, 2018

  • H. Paul Urbach
  • Qifeng Yu
Conference proceedings ISSOIA 2018

Part of the Springer Proceedings in Physics book series (SPPHY, volume 232)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Jiacheng Zhu, Zhicheng Zhao, Shu Shen, Shujian Ding, Weimin Shen
    Pages 1-9
  3. Yun Su, Xianmin Wu, Long Dong, Hong Lv, Zhiyuan Li, Meng Su
    Pages 33-46
  4. Qiangqiang Fu, Yong Liu, Nan Zhou, Jinqiang Wang
    Pages 69-79
  5. Shu Shen, Jiacheng Zhu, Xujie Huang, Weimin Shen
    Pages 101-110
  6. W. Z. Wang, Q. L. Wang, J. J. Di, Y. B. Yu, Y. H. Zong, W. J. Gao
    Pages 111-118
  7. Xiaopeng Shao, Yazhe Wei, Fei Liu, Shengzhi Huang, Lixian Liu, Weixin Feng
    Pages 119-128
  8. Xiaohong Zhang, Xiaoyong Wang, Zhixue Han, Chunmei Li, Pan Lu, Jun Zheng
    Pages 129-134
  9. Bicen Li, Baohua Wang, Tong Wang, Hao Zhang, Weigang Wang
    Pages 147-158
  10. Jianing Hu, Xiaoyong Wang, Ningjuan Ruan
    Pages 159-173
  11. Shujian Ding, Xujie Huang, Jiacheng Zhu, Weimin Shen
    Pages 175-185
  12. Fuchang Zuo, Loulou Deng, Haili Zhang, Zhengxin Lv, Yueming Li
    Pages 187-196
  13. Quan Liu, Peiliang Guo, Jianhong Wu
    Pages 197-203

About these proceedings

Introduction

This book gathers selected and expanded contributions presented at the 5th Symposium on Space Optical Instruments and Applications, which was held in Beijing, China, on September 5–7, 2018. This conference series is organized by the Sino-Holland Space Optical Instruments Laboratory, a cooperative platform between China and the Netherlands.  

 The symposium focused on key technological problems regarding optical instruments and their applications in a space context. It covered the latest developments, experiments and results on the theory, instrumentation and applications of space optics. The book is split into five main sections: The first covers optical remote sensing system design, the second focuses on advanced optical system design, and the third addresses remote sensor calibration and measurement. Remote sensing data processing and information extraction are then presented, followed by a final section on remote sensing data applications.

Keywords

Remote Sensor Orbit Data Processing Orbit Optical Sensor Satellite Data Processing Satellite Optical Detector Astronomy Optical Sensor Astronomy Optical Instrument Satellite Instrumentation Satellite Aeronautics ISSOIA Space Optical Instrument Application Sino-Holland collaboration

Editors and affiliations

  • H. Paul Urbach
    • 1
  • Qifeng Yu
    • 2
  1. 1.Optics Research GroupDelft University of TechnologyDelftThe Netherlands
  2. 2.National University of Defense TechnologyKaifu, ChangshaChina

About the editors

Prof. Dr. Paul Urbach is head of the Optics Research Group of Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, and former president and member of the executive committee of the European Optical Society. Research areas of his optics group include Integrated Photonics, Interferometry and Imaging, Diffraction Theory, Data Storage.

Prof. Yu Qifeng is Professor and Doctoral Supervisor in the Military Aerospace Department of the School of Materials Science and Engineering in the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT), China. He graduated from Northwestern Polytechnical University and obtained his Master’s degree from the Space Technology Department in NUDT. He earned his PhD at the Institute of Applied Laser Technology (BIAS), Bremen University, Germany. He worked as research associate, teaching assistant and lecturer at NUDT and became full professor and doctoral supervisor in NUDT until now. He was elected Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2009.

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