Department of Information and Communications Engineering


Radiometry deals with techniques for measuring electromagnetic radiation, in the form of ultraviolet radiation, visible light, and infrared radiation.
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Radiometry: Illuminating the Spectrum of Electromagnetic Radiation

In the realm of radiometry, we delve into the art and science of measuring electromagnetic radiation. From the ultraviolet spectrum to visible light and into the depths of infrared radiation, our focus knows no bounds.

Navigating the Radiant Path

At the Metrology Research Institute, our radiometry expertise encompasses a range of captivating areas. We venture into the intricacies of optical detectors, radiation sources, and the fascinating realm of radiation's journey through various mediums.

Unveiling the Radiant World

Our pursuits span across a diverse spectrum. Imagine exploring the world of LED-based light sources, unraveling the mysteries of optical components and materials' lifetimes, harnessing the potential of renewable energy sources, tracing the propagation of atmospheric radiation, and delving into the intricate landscape of environmental measurements. These are just glimpses of our recent research endeavors.

Powering Progress with Radiant Insights

In an era where technology and knowledge illuminate our path, our radiometry research stands as a beacon of discovery. Through our relentless pursuit of understanding electromagnetic radiation and its applications, we're shaping the way we interact with light and harness its energy. As we continue to explore the dynamic interplay between radiometry and countless fields, we're committed to contributing to a brighter, more radiant future.

Current projects related to radiometry

The radiometry subgroup is currently participating in the projects below. Get more information by clicking them, and optionally following the link "read more".

Past projects

The group has succesfully finished the following projects in the past:

Branch Manager

 Petri Kärhä

Petri Kärhä

Principal University Lecturer
T412 Department of Information and Communications Engineering
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