Hardware and resources to support national and international requirements for radiometric calibration of remote sensing instruments, including long-term trending and performance enhancements of existing facilities.

Session Chair: Richard Williams, Northrop Grumman

Schedule

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2012
Tuesday, August 28th
4:10 PM

Legacy of NOAA, NASA and NIST Cooperation in Developing Radiometric Calibration Standards, Equipment and Methodologies

Raju Datla, Riverside Technologies, Inc.
Michael Weinreb, Riverside Technology, Inc.
Changyong Cao, NOAA/NESDIS/STAR

4:10 PM

4:30 PM

The Heated Halo for Space-Based Blackbody Emissivity Measurement

Jonathan Gero, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
Joe Taylor, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
Fred A. Best, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
Hank E. Revercomb, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
Ray Garcia, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
Bob Knuteson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
David C. Tobin, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
Douglas P. Adler, University of Wisconsin, Space Science and Engineering Center
Nick Ciganovich, University of Wisconsin, Space Science and Engineering Center
Steve Dutcher, University of Wisconsin, Space Science and Engineering Center

4:30 PM

4:50 PM

Jam Lab Capabilities

Charles Dionne, BAE Systems
Matthew Pilat, BAE Systems

4:50 PM

5:10 PM

Measurements of Infrared Sources with the Missile Defense Transfer Radiometer

Simon G. Kaplan, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Solomon I. Woods, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Adriaan C. Carter, Booz Allen Hamilton
Timothy M. Jung, Jung Research and Development

5:10 PM

5:35 PM

Space Grade Spectralon

Mark Helmlinger, Labsphere, Inc.
Angelo Arrecchi, Labsphere, Inc.

5:35 PM

6:15 PM

A Balloon-Borne Light Source for Precision Photometric Calibration

Maxwell Fagin, Dartmouth College
Yorke Brown, Dartmouth College and Harvard University
Justin Albert, University of Victoria
Christopher Stubbs, Harvard University

6:15 PM