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Dr. Weiwei Cai awarded prestigious Masao Horiba Award

last modified Jan 15, 2016 04:37 PM
Congratulations to Dr. Weiwei Cai for being awarded the prestigious Masao Horiba Award!
Dr. Weiwei Cai awarded prestigious Masao Horiba Award

Dr. Cai accepts the award from Dr. Masao Horiba, founder of Horiba Ltd.

Dr. Weiwei Cai has been awarded the 2014 Masao Horiba Award for his pioneering work in the theory of 'nonlinear tomography' and also his overall excellent track record of scientific innovation.

Dr. Cai, who was recently made a postdoctoral By-fellow at Churchill College, combined "nonlinear tomography" with the latest laser gas measuring techniques. This work enables the simultaneous spatial distribution analysis of the multiple parameters including the temperature, pressure, and concentration of several gas components. This work was recently published in Applied Physics Letters [1,2].

Dr. Cai is the youngest recipient this year among all the four awardees. The award represents an international recognition of excellence in the field of analytical science and technology.

Relevant publications

[1] Cai W(蔡伟伟) et al., "A tomographic technique for the simultaneous imaging of temperature, chemical species, and pressure in reactive flows using absorption spectroscopy with frequency-agile lasers", (2014).

[2] Cai W(蔡伟伟) et al., "Multiplexed absorption tomography with calibration-free wavelength modulation spectroscopy", (2014).

 

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