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2019-10-21

Project 2019-NATO

Biological and bioinspired structures for multispectral surveillance

Project start: October 15, 2019

Project end: October 15, 2022

 

Funded by:

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)Emerging Security Challenges DivisionScience for Peace and Security Programme

 

Leader:

Dr Dejan Pantelić, full research professor/p>

 

 

Members:
Dr Branislav Jelenković, full research professor
Dr Branko Kolarić, full research professor
Dr Darko Vasiljević, full research professor
Dr Danica Pavlović, assistant research professor
Dušan Grujić, PhD student
Vladimir Lazović, PhD student
Marina Simović Pavlović, PhD student

Value:
EUR 360.000,00
NATO country (Croatia) EUR191.400,00
Partner country (Serbia) EUR168.600,00

Abstract:
Through this project we will develop a proof-of-the-concept multispectral surveillance system, inspired by, evolutionary optimized, nano- and micro-structures of insect wings. Compared to existing systems, which are restricted to narrow spectral bands, the proposed system will cover ultraviolet (UV), visible and infrared (IR) radiation. Micron-sized particles with internal nanostructures, similar to butterfly wing scales, will be used as sensing elements. Radiation-induced perturbations will be amplified by the interaction with the surrounding gas and detected by sensitive holographic techniques. Multispectral approach will enable efficient detection, recognition and identification, with increase robustness to various noise sources in complex tasks (such as unexploded mine detection or trafficking control).

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