[Thesis defended] Anis Taleb Bendiab: Optical sensors for the characterization of a spray deposition

 Anis Taleb Bendiab is one of the #DigitAg co-funded PhDs

He defended his thesis on 19th November 2020 at 2pm.

 

Optical sensors for the characterization of a spray deposition

  • Start Date: November 2017
  • University: MUSE Montpellier University of Excellence / Montpellier SupAgro
  • PhD School: GAIA, Montpellier
  • Field(s): Physics
  • Doctoral Thesis Advisor: Ryad Bendoula (Irstea ITAP)
  • Co-supervisors : Caroline Vigreux (Université de Montpellier, ICGM), Raphael Kribich (Université de Montpellier, IES)
  • Funding: #DigitAg – Irstea
  • #DigitAg: Co-funded PhD – Challenge 3

Keywords: Environement, optical sensor, Optical waveguide, pulverisation quality

Abstract:

The spray quality is a crucial issue for our society. A major concern with pesticide application today is related to off-target movement of spray particles (i.e., spray drift). To date, there have been many in field test procedures performed to measure the spray deposition. One of the most common methods includes using water sensitive paper (WSP) and traditional optical techniques that involve analyzing images. However these systems can be time consuming, expensive, and lack sufficient accuracy. Manufacturers and researchers desire a fast and accurate measurement for characterizing spray deposition. The goal objective of this thesis is to develop new optical tools for the characterization of the deposit. This thesis will focus on the potential of the optical sensor to replace the traditional methods based WSP and thus provide an operational solution.

 

Contact: anis.taleb-bendiab [AT] irstea.fr​ – Tél : +33 645050578

Networks : LinkedIn

Communications & Publications

Anis Taleb Bendiab, Malick Bathily, Caroline Vigreux, Raphaël Escalier, Annie Pradel, Raphaël K.Kribich, RyadBendoula (2018). Chalcogenide rib waveguides for the characterization of spray deposits. Optical Materials
Volume 86, December 2018, Pages 298-303 – https://doi.org/10.1016/j.optmat.2018.10.021

Bendiab, A.T, Ryckewaert, M, Heran, D, Escalier, R, Kribich, R.K, Vigreux, C., Bendoula (2019). Coupling waveguide-based micro-sensors and spectral multivariate analysis to improve spray deposit characterization in agriculture – 10.3390/s19194168 

Papers at conferences

A. Taleb Bendiab, M. Ryckewaert, D. Heran, C. Vigreux, R. Escalier, R. K. Kribich, R. Bendoula. Optical sensor combined with chemometric methods for the spray deposits characterization,  NIR2019, Gold Coast (Australie), septembre 2019- https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02319691

A. Taleb Bendiab, M. Ryckewaert, D. Heran, C. Vigreux, R. Escalier, Annie Pradel, R. Kribich, A. Ducanchez, R. Bendoula. Towards optical sensors for the characterization of liquid sprays, EFITA 2019, Rhodes (Grèce) –