Department of Information and Communications Engineering


Spectrophotometry focuses on measuring the amount of light that a sample or an object absorbs or reflects as a function of wavelength using an instrument known as a spectrophotometer.
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Spectrophotometry: Unveiling the Spectrum of Reflection and Absorption

In the realm of spectrophotometry, we embark on a journey to decipher the intricate dance between light and matter. Our focus is on quantifying the amount of light absorbed or reflected by a sample or object, uncovering these phenomena across varying wavelengths. This fascinating exploration is guided by a remarkable tool—the spectrophotometer.

Illuminating the Art of Measurement

At the Metrology Research Institute, we channel our efforts into the intricate world of spectrophotometry. Our journey involves unveiling the mysteries of light-matter interactions, particularly the interplay of absorption and reflection as a function of wavelength.

Sculpting Precision in Radiant Reflection

Our institute's current spectrophotometry endeavors revolve around the precise measurement of the Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function (BRDF). We're devoted to advancing the accuracy of these measurements for novel functional surfaces that exhibit captivating properties—goniochromatism, gloss, and fluorescence effects.

A Spectrum of Progress

In our pursuit of excellence, we're sculpting a clearer understanding of how light and surfaces engage in a radiant dialogue. By honing the accuracy of BRDF measurements, we're unlocking the potential of functional surfaces that possess dynamic optical qualities. Our quest pushes the boundaries of what's possible, ushering in a new era of precision in spectrophotometry.

Where Light Meets Matter, Innovation Flourishes

As we delve deeper into the realms of spectrophotometry, we're not only uncovering scientific principles but also unlocking applications that span industries. From capturing the allure of color-changing surfaces to harnessing the magic of fluorescence, our work is a testament to the captivating connection between light and the world around us.

Current projects related to spectrophotometry

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Past projects related to spectrophotometry

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