LEMON project results presented at the 19th International Conference Laser Optics – ICLO 2020

The LEMON project was particularly well represented at the 19th International Conference Laser Optics – ICLO 2020, which took place between 2 – 6 November 2020 in St-Peterburg, Russia. This biannual conference is a main event in the field of laser physics, optics, and photonics, which attracts more than 1000 attendees from all over the world. To […]

LEMON Newsletter n°3 / October 2020 released

The LEMON newsletter n°3 from the LEMON project is now available! This newsletter will present the progress of the project during this last period, with the completion of our instrument mechanical readiness review and the launching of the fabrication for several sub-systems. In addition, the DIAL instrument design is presented. Also, since the European Space […]

Radiation tests

The LEMON consortium has conducted the radiation tests for the most critical devices used within the lidar system. For the non-linear Optical Parametric Oscillator (OPO) crystals and the highly non-linear fibers the post radiation tests have been conducted, too. The results of those have proven that the materials used for the airborne demonstrator are also […]

LEMON upcoming events

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many events planned this year have been postponed or cancelled.Here are some updates about the upcoming conferences that the LEMON partners will attend. The 19th International Conference Laser Optics – ICLO 2020 in St-Peterburg, Russia, initially planned in June 2020, has been postponed and will take place between the 2nd – 6th November 2020. LEMON partner KTH is the […]

LEMON General Assembly

The LEMON project is dedicated to developing a new versatile Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) sensor concept for greenhouse gases and water vapour measurements from space. Although during the COVID-19 crisis most of partners’ facilities were closed and the access to their laboratories limited, the LEMON team continued part of the work remotely. The LEMON General […]

LEMON Newsletter n°2 / April 2020 released

The LEMON consortium is pleased to release the project Newsletter N°2 / April 2020. In this issue of the Newsletter you will find: – The LEMON Instrument Design by ONERA. – Contributions by CNRS and Fraunhofer ILT on Existing Lidar applications in the space sector. – The First results of the ‘FRUIT’ manufacturing, by SPACETECH. […]

White Paper on the LEMON « FRUIT »

The LEMON project is pleased to present the first results on the so-called Frequency Reference UnIT (FRUIT) manufacturing, which are exposed in the « White paper: The LEMON FRUIT: An absolute frequency reference concept for future spaceborne multi species differential absorption Lidar instruments« , by partner SPACETECH. In order to obtain accurate greenhouse gas concentrations from DIAL […]

Postdoctoral Research Fellow position within Atmospheric Sciences and Water Isotope Research

At the Geophysical Institute of the University of Bergen, there is a vacancy for a position as a postdoctoral research fellow within atmospheric sciences and water isotope research with a focus on atmospheric processes in the lower atmosphere and water isotope observations from remote sensing, ground based observations, and airborne data collection. The position is […]

LEMON consortium gathered for the first EC review meeting

LEMON consortium partners gathered for a physical 2-day meeting on the 14th and 15th January 2020 at ONERA facilities in Palaiseau, precisely one year after the project kick-off meeting. In order to involve the whole project workforce, some partners participated to the meeting through a visioconference. The first day was dedicated to consortium-internal presentations of […]