schnaiTEC can share their experience and know-how in the following fields:
Development of scientific instrumentation that is based on optical methods
Instrumentation for laboratory research, e.g. cloud chamber instrumentation
Instrumentation for field research, e.g. airborne instruments
Particle light scattering simulations
Expected signal of optical particle instruments, e.g. light scattering spectrometers
Mie calculations for spherical particles
Multiple-sphere clusters, e.g. absorption and light scattering by fractal soot particles
T-matrix calculations for spheroidal particles
Geometric optics for ice crystals
Processing of particle micrographs, e.g. from bright-field optical microscopy
Extraction of microphysical properties from particle images
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Particle Habit Imaging and Polar Scattering (PHIPS) probe.
This unique airborne cloud probe combines stereo microscopic imaging with angular light scattering measurements on individual particles.
Four wavelengths Photoacoustic Aerosol Absorption Spectrometer (PAAS-4λ).
Non-intrusive, direct measurement of the aerosol absorption coefficient at up to four distinct wavelength in the visible spectral region.
Operating instruments in remote locations or on challenging research platforms like aircrafts, requires an optimal and specific preparation of the instrument settings on the bench.