A new “Optics and Sensing” laboratory has been opened at Novosibirsk State University (NSU), where they will create optical sensors to prevent disasters. Deputy Governor Irina Manuilova emphasized that this important event is the beginning of work on the development of innovative products and the training of future engineers. There are currently nine youth laboratories in the region, three of which opened this year.

The laboratory will focus on developing optical sensors that can monitor temperature, stress, pressure and angular motion in a variety of industries, including mining, oil and gas, aerospace and construction. These innovative technologies will be used to improve safety and efficiency in various industrial applications.

In early December, it was stated that scientists from the NSU Faculty of Geology and Geophysics had developed a technology for rapid assessment of the condition of structures used in the Arctic and frozen regions.

Source: Ferra

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