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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 10801

Optical Materials and Biomaterials in Security and Defence Systems Technology XV
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Volume Number: 10801
Date Published: 21 November 2018

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Front Matter: Volume 10801
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DNA and collagen functionalized with photosensitive molecules for applications in photonics (Conference Presentation)
Author(s): Ana-Maria Manea-Saghin; François Kajzar
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Exploring a direct printing technique for polymeric optical interconnects and modulators
Author(s): R. S. Aga; E. B. Kreit; F. Ouchen; C. M. Bartsch; E. M. Heckman
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Light amplification and photo-isomerization characteristics of laser dyes and azo molecules incorporated into DNA-complex systems
Author(s): Yutaka Kawabe; Kento Okoshi
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Nonlinear optical behaviour of C60 and MWCNT suspensions far beyond the nonlinear threshold
Author(s): S. Dengler; B. Eberle
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Fiber-optic sensors encapsulated into biocompatible polymer material for monitoring the heart rate of the human body
Author(s): Jan Nedoma; Marcel Fajkus; Stanislav Zabka; Martin Novak; Rene Jaros; Radek Martinek
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Photoluminescence study of Yb3+/Er3+ co-doped Sb2O3-WO3-Li2O (SWL) ceramic phosphor for fingerprint detection in forensic science and security writing
Author(s): Prasenjit Prasad Sukul; Kaushal Kumar
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Analysis the effect of thermal load on the insertion loss of the optical couplers
Author(s): Jan Nedoma; Marcel Fajkus; Stanislav Zabka; Martin Novak; Rene Jaros; Radek Martinek
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A comparison of probes based on Bragg grating sensor and microphones for heart sounds measurement
Author(s): R. Martinek; J. Brablik; L. Soustek; J. Kolarik; M. Fajkus; J. Nedoma; R. Kahankova
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