Programm der Doppelveranstaltung SpectroNet Collaboration Conference 2023 und der OCM 2023


Der Schwerpunkt liegt auf den jüngsten Entwicklungen innovativer photonischer Mikrosensoren, mit digitaler Bildverarbeitung für geo-, farb-, multi-, hyper- und vollspektrale photonische Messanwendungen zur optischen Charakterisierung von Materialien in Industrie, Biologie/Medizin, Umwelt und Sicherheit sowie im täglichen Leben.


21. März 2023


There will be 3 sessions with a total number of 23 presentations about the following topics:

  • Session 1: Sensors & Systems for Optical Characterization of Materials
  • Session 2: Components & Methods for Optical Characterization of Materials
  • Session 3: Applications & Challenges for Optical Characterization of Materials

Furthermore, there will be:

  • an exhibition with innovative products and services and
  • an exclusive Evening Event with Live Demonstrations.

For more information and the full programme, please visit the SpectroNet website.

22. März 2023

An overview of implementing Multispectral Imaging coupled with machine learning for the assessment of microbiological quality and authenticity in foods

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10:00 a.m. Tour Fraunhofer IOSB (optional) und Live-Sortier-Demo als Meilenstein des PA-NIR-Sort-Projektes
11:30 a.m. Registration and Snack  
12:30 a.m. Opening Ceremony with Prof. Dr. Jürgen Beyerer from Fraunhofer IOSB  
      Session 1: Recycling 1
12:50 a.m. Sabine Schlögl Montanuniversity Leoben Monitoring the sorting performance in lightweight packaging waste sorting plants using data of sensor-based sorters
1:15 p.m. Paul Bäcker Fraunhofer IOSB Detecting Tar Contaminated Samples in
Road-rubble using Hyperspectral Imaging and Texture Analysis
1:40 p.m. Coffee break    
      Session 2: Food Inspection
2:00 p.m. Ervienatasia Djaw Fraunhofer IVV Method Development for Spatially Resolved Detection of Adulterated Minced Meat
2:25 p.m. Marcel Mlynarik UWE Bristol Multispectral analysis for the determination of lycopene concentration in tomatoes
2:35 p.m. Oliver Lischtschenko Ocean Insight Rapid classification of pork from different origin by mobile Raman spectroscopy
3:00 p.m. Hannah Frank Cognitive Systems-Uni Tübingen Self-supervised Pretraining for Hyperspectral Classification of Fruit Ripeness
3:10 p.m. George Nychas AUA Greece An overview of implementing Multispectral Imaging coupled with machine learning for the assessment of microbiological quality and authenticity in foods
3:35 p.m. Fady Mohareb AUA Greece Demonstration of EU food identification database
3:45 p.m. Coffee break and postersession
      Session 3: Sensors 1
4:15 p.m. Bernd Jähne IWR-Uni Heidelberg Thermographic Techniques to Explore Small-Scale Processes at Water Surfaces
4:40 p.m. Chia-Wei Chen KIT-IES Sensitivity enhanced glucose sensing by
return-path Mueller matrix ellipsometry
5:05 p.m. Dennis Hofmann IUP-Uni Heidelberg Fluorescence Imaging of Concentration Fields of Dissolved Gases at Water Interfaces
5:30 p.m. Coffee break and postersession
5:50 p.m.   Plenary lecture
  Carsten Lorz Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf Cooperation in innovation and education in agriculture and nutrition with Africa
6:35 p.m. End of the first day   Change of Location for Special Presentation and Dinner
7:30 p.m. Reception and evening event in the Torbogensaal of the Botanical Garden Karlsruhe

23. März 2023

time author organization titel
      Panel discussion
9:00 a.m.     Requirements on food quality - definition of quality characteristics in their development
10:15 a.m. Coffee break
      Session 4: Algorithm
10:35 a.m. Achim Kehrein Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences Quick-and-Dirty Computation of Voigt Profiles, Classification of Their Shapes, and Effective Determination of the Shape Parameter
11:00 a.m. Claudia Beleites Julius Kühn Institute Towards better Model Optimization: An Experimental Design Perspective on Cross-Validation
11:25 a.m. Andreas Polywka Fraunhofer IOSB Modeling of the effective reflectance of
droplet–covered surfaces
11:50 a.m. Lunch break  
      Session 5: Sensors 2
12:50 a.m. Sven Leuchs Fraunhofer FHR Imaging radar systems for non-destructive material testing. An overview of the state of the art, the limitations and the opportunities of radar technology
1:15 p.m. Simon Amann ITO-Uni Stuttgart Material Characterization using a Compact
Computed Tomography Imaging Spectrometer with Super-resolution Capability
1:40 p.m. Bernd Jähne IWR-Uni Heidelberg Sulfur Dioxide Fluorescence Imaging
2:05 p.m. Coffee break    
      Session 6: Recycling 2
2:25 p.m. Lukas Roming Fraunhofer IOSB Increasing the use of waste wood bulky waste using artificial intelligence and image processing in the VIS, IR and terahertz range
2:50 p.m Manuel Bihler KIT-IIIT Semi-supervised methods for CNN based classification of multispectral imagery
3:15 p.m. Felix Kronenwett Fraunhofer IOSB Regression-based Age Prediction of Plastic Waste using Hyperspectral Imaging
3:40 p.m.     Best Paper Award, Summary and conclusion
4:00 p.m. End