Paulo S. André

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  • Ricardo Loura, Alvaro J Almeida, Paulo S André, Armando N Pinto, Paulo Mateus, Nikola Paunkovi´c
  • 2013
We present a two-state practical quantum bit commitment protocol. For an optical realization of the protocol, we model the errors, which occur due to the noise and equipment (source, fibers and detectors) imperfections, accumulated during emission, transmission and measurement of photons. The optical part is modeled as a combination of a depolarizing(More)
In this work we proposed a relative humidity (RH) sensor based on a Bragg grating written in an optical fiber, associated with a coating of organo-silica hybrid material prepared by the sol-gel method. The organo-silica-based coating has a strong adhesion to the optical fiber and its expansion is reversibly affected by the change in the RH values(More)
In this paper we summarize the research activities at the Instituto de Telecomunicações--Pólo de Aveiro and University of Aveiro, in the field of fiber Bragg grating based sensors and their applications in dynamic measurements for Structural Health Monitoring of slender structures such as towers. In this work we describe the implementation of an optical(More)
The applicably of multi-objective optimization to ellipsometric data analysis is presented and a method to handle complex ellipsometric problems such as multi sample or multi angle analysis using multi-objective optimization is described. The performance of a multi-objective genetic algorithm (MOGA) is tested against a single objective common genetic(More)
This article presents a corrosion resistant, maneuverable, and intrinsically safe fiber Bragg grating (FBG)-based temperature optical sensor. Temperature monitoring is a critical activity for the oil and gas industry. It typically involves acquiring the desired parameters in a hazardous and corrosive environment. The use of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)(More)