During 2022, members of the research group developed and patented a new system for capturing hyperspectral images (those capable of collecting information across the entire electromagnetic spectrum), which can operate in real time and provides a higher resolution than any other existing technology.

This system consists of a light source that transforms a normal camera into what is known as a hyperspectral camera. This technology makes it possible to obtain complete characterisations of the chemical composition of the sample being analysed by measuring the optical absorptions or molecular resonances that are characteristic of each compound. To do this, an advanced analytical technique known as double comb spectroscopy is used.

Scientific communication

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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Agencia Dicyt




Cosmo Universitario

Vía Madrid TV

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