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2020 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS)

IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) is an annual conference coordinated by the Plasma Science and Application Committee (PSAC) of the IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society.


2020 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC)

All areas of ionizing radiation detection - detectors, signal processing, analysis of results, PET development, PET results, medical imaging using ionizing radiation


IGARSS 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

All fields of satellite, airborne and ground remote sensing.


2019 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe & European Quantum Electronics Conference (CLEO/Europe-EQEC)

CLEO®/Europe will showcase the latest developments in a wide range of laser and photonics areas including laser source development, materials, ultrafast science, fibre optics, nonlinear optics, terahertz sources, high-field physics, optical telecommunications, nanophotonics, biophotonics.EQEC will feature the fundamentals of quantum optics, quantum information, atom optics, ultrafast optics, nonlinear phenomena and self-organization, plasmonics and metamaterials, fundamental nanooptics, theoretical and computational photonics.


2019 IEEE Aerospace Conference

The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinaryunderstanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science, and technology


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A depth camera based lightweight visual SLAM algorithm

2017 4th International Conference on Systems and Informatics (ICSAI), 2017

The Visual SLAM algorithm has the goal of estimating the camera trajectory while reconstructing the Environment, which provides great help for autonomous navigation of mobile robot. However, many SLAM systems improve the complexity of the algorithm in order to show high precision, resulting in poor real-time performance. In practical application, considering the problem of robot life- time and the speed ...


Characterizing inner-shell transition induced by isolated attosecond pulse

2015 IEEE Photonics Conference (IPC), 2015

We characterized a dipole response with an inner shell induced by an isolated attosecond pulse. We reconstruct the dipole response from the spectral interferogram constructed with two fields of electromagnetic radiation in a neon atom.


Neon recovery for photolithography

2017 28th Annual SEMI Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference (ASMC), 2017

Neon is a rare noble gas present in the atmosphere that is utilized for a host of industrial applications. For semiconductor manufacturing, the gas is used as a component in gas mixes used to generate laser light for DUV photolithography. For these applications, the gas is mixed with argon and fluorine in excimer lasers to generate laser light with a ...


Time series analysis of vegetation phenology and cloud cover conditions affecting airborne remote sensing operations and data products from the national ecological observatory network (NEON)

2017 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2017

The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) airborne observation platform (AOP) is collecting co-registered high-resolution hyperspectral imagery, discrete and waveform lidar, and high-resolution digital photography across 48 terrestrial and 32 aquatic sites throughout the United States on an annual basis over the next 30 years. These remote sensing data, made freely available to the public, enable researchers to characterize vegetation structure ...


Plasma display panel with Ne+N/sub 2/ gas-mixture discharges

IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 2003

The discharge characteristics of Ne+N/sub 2/ gas-mixtures were investigated for possible use in an AC Plasma Display Panel (PDP). The firing voltage increased with an increase in the N/sub 2/ concentration. When using a near ultra violet excited phosphor, (Ba,Sr)/sub 2/ SiO/sub 4/:Eu, the luminous efficiency of Ne+10% N/sub 2/ gas-mixture discharges under 400 torr was about 20% better than ...


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  • A depth camera based lightweight visual SLAM algorithm

    The Visual SLAM algorithm has the goal of estimating the camera trajectory while reconstructing the Environment, which provides great help for autonomous navigation of mobile robot. However, many SLAM systems improve the complexity of the algorithm in order to show high precision, resulting in poor real-time performance. In practical application, considering the problem of robot life- time and the speed of embedded system, SLAM algorithm needs to improve the real-time performance of the algorithm and ensure the accuracy of application requirements at the same time. This paper presents a lightweight SLAM algorithm, which mainly through the management of map points, multi-threaded design and NEON technology to improve the real-tine performance of the algorithm while still maintaining a good localizing accuracy. It has great reference value for the practical application of SLAM algorithm.

  • Characterizing inner-shell transition induced by isolated attosecond pulse

    We characterized a dipole response with an inner shell induced by an isolated attosecond pulse. We reconstruct the dipole response from the spectral interferogram constructed with two fields of electromagnetic radiation in a neon atom.

  • Neon recovery for photolithography

    Neon is a rare noble gas present in the atmosphere that is utilized for a host of industrial applications. For semiconductor manufacturing, the gas is used as a component in gas mixes used to generate laser light for DUV photolithography. For these applications, the gas is mixed with argon and fluorine in excimer lasers to generate laser light with a wavelength of 193 nm. For excimer lasers, the gas mix is continuously replenished and the used gas scrubbed for hazardous residual gases and typically vented to the atmosphere. In this paper we describe a technology used to recycle the gas mix by capturing the effluent from excimer lasers. Recycling the neon content from excimer laser waste streams minimize the neon supply variation caused by supply shortages. Recycling neon stabilizes the cost of neon to the wafer manufacturer and also reduces energy costs to manufacture the gas leading to lower carbon footprint.

  • Time series analysis of vegetation phenology and cloud cover conditions affecting airborne remote sensing operations and data products from the national ecological observatory network (NEON)

    The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) airborne observation platform (AOP) is collecting co-registered high-resolution hyperspectral imagery, discrete and waveform lidar, and high-resolution digital photography across 48 terrestrial and 32 aquatic sites throughout the United States on an annual basis over the next 30 years. These remote sensing data, made freely available to the public, enable researchers to characterize vegetation structure and canopy biochemistry at multiple scales and contribute to our understanding of ecosystem forcings and responses as represented by vegetation states and processes. In an effort to minimize inter-annual phenological variability among data sets collected over multiple years while reducing atmospheric impacts on spectral reflectance retrievals, AOP flight campaigns are scheduled so that data acquisition occurs during the period of mean peak greenness at each site and when cloud cover represents less than 10% of sky coverage. This paper describes how satellite observations from MODIS and VIIRS combined with phenophase observations from the national phenocam network are used to optimize data acquisition and ensure that high quality data products are produced by NEON's airborne subsystem. Validation of the methods is also explored.

  • Plasma display panel with Ne+N/sub 2/ gas-mixture discharges

    The discharge characteristics of Ne+N/sub 2/ gas-mixtures were investigated for possible use in an AC Plasma Display Panel (PDP). The firing voltage increased with an increase in the N/sub 2/ concentration. When using a near ultra violet excited phosphor, (Ba,Sr)/sub 2/ SiO/sub 4/:Eu, the luminous efficiency of Ne+10% N/sub 2/ gas-mixture discharges under 400 torr was about 20% better than when using the conventional phosphor. The UV intensity emitted from the gas discharges was found to increase with an increased N/sub 2/ concentration. Furthermore, the UV efficiency increased with an increase in the N/sub 2/ partial pressure at a low N/sub 2/ concentration, yet became saturated at a high N/sub 2/ concentration.

  • Uncertainty in lidar derived canopy height models in three unique forest ecosystems

    NEON conducts annual LiDAR flights over several ecologically unique sites within the continental United States. One of the products derived from the LiDAR acquisitions is a canopy height model (CHM), required to make inferences about vegetation structure and annual changes in growth. It is hypothesized that the flight acquisition parameters are sufficient to allow NEON's CHMs to detect inter-annual change in growth at the NEON forest plot scale. To test this hypothesis, a series of overlapping LiDAR flight lines were collected over a sample forest area at three unique ecosystems. The repeat data allowed empirical quantification of uncertainty in CHMs. When related to the growth rate of the dominant species, this allowed estimation of the time required to separate true change from CHM uncertainty and conclude growth had occurred. Results highlight that each forest eco-system displays unique sources of uncertainty, and that annual changes in NEON forest plots are generally achievable with the exception of plots with minimal canopy cover.

  • Electroluminescence Yield in THGEM based UV Photon Detectors

    In this work, scintillation light produced during avalanche in Thick Gas Electron Multiplier based UV photon detector, working with pure neon gas, are simulated and studied using Garfield++ and Magboltz programs. Electroluminescence (EL) yield for different gas pressures as a function of applied voltages are estimated and presented here.

  • A high performance real-time edge detection system with NEON

    This paper proposes a high performance real-time edge detection system based on Xilinx Zynq platform to support multiple resolutions dynamically. The previous systems implemented on FPGAs can achieve better performance than CPU at the cost of hardware resources, and the performance improvement is constrained by the low frequency and limited resources of FPGA. In this paper, we employ the ARM NEON engine to accelerate the edge detection algorithm. Optimization methods are introduced to reduce computation complexity and memory access. We also employ data preload, instruction scheduling and dual- core processing to make full use of NEON engine and deliver a better speedup. In our experiment, the Prewitt operator is used to realize the edge detection. The system can achieve a processing time of 2.95ms for a 1280×720 image, and 7.25ms for a 1920×1080 image.

  • Performance acceleration of neural networks on mobile embedded systems

    In this paper, we describe applying techniques for accelerating neural network algorithms on mobile embedded systems. MNIST handwriting artificial neural networks that identify numerical images are accelerated and compared using OpenCL, OpenMP, NEON, and other performance optimization techniques.

  • A review on machine learning tools

    It is observed that the number of applications in different areas by using Machine Learning (ML) methods are increased. A variety of tools are also used for these applications. The used tools are developed using various methods. Various software libraries, programming languages and algorithms are used for development of the tools. The used tools can be a variety of different features. So it is difficult to choose a tool for doing application. In this study, some of the current ML tools were investigated. A total of 14 ML tools were investigated in order to facilitate the selection within available tools. General characteristics of the examined tools are described. Similar and different characteristics of the tools have been seen. It is aimed to make choices within the some existing ML tools for to help researchers.



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