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14th International Conference on New Developments and Applications in Optical Radiometry (NEWRAD 2021)


NEWRAD will convene June 21-24, 2021 as a virtual conference. The format of the conference will be a combination of uploaded presentation as well as live interaction to accommodate our community – spanning many time zones. 

The NEWRAD Conference covers all aspects of optical radiation measurements and a wide range of topics will be presented during our four day program, including Earth remote sensing observations and Quantum optics technologies. Individual sessions will be devoted to these specific themes. 

Pre-Recorded content as well as posters will be uploaded to both this event page and also to our mobile/desktop conference app by June 14, 2021.


Sessions & Invited Speakers:

Invited speakers

Suggested Title

Dr. Yolanda Shea, NASA, USA

SI traceable space climate observing system

Dr. Odele Coddington, LASP, USA

TSIS solar spectral irradiance measurements

Dr. David Northeast, NRC, Canada

Nanowire-based Sources of Non-classical Light

Dr. Kuniaki Amemiya in NMIJ, Japan

Novel perfect blackbody sheet having nano-precision surface microtextures for a planar standard radiator

Dr. Jarle Gran Justervesenet, Norway

Three-dimensional modelling of photodiode performance

Dr. Chris Yung, NIST-Boulder

Broadband absolute radiometers for far infrared sensing

Dr. Tomáš Mocek, HiLASE Centre,

Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Super Lasers for the Real World

Mr. Lorenz Keck, NIST-Gaithersburg, TU Ilmenau

Photonic Force Measurements and Optical Power Traceable to Planck's Constant

Dr. Gabriela Gonzalez, LIGO/LSU, USA

Gravitational Wave Measurement of the Hubble Constant



Created August 6, 2018, Updated April 2, 2021