Sinfield, Joseph V

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Innovation Title Categories Lead Inventor
Multi-Photon Counting in Raman Spectroscopy By Signal Processing of Photomultiplier Tube Response
  1. Computer Technology
  2. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Sinfield, Joseph V
Effectively Locating Objects beneath Roadways Using Ground Penetrating Radar Algorithm
  1. Civil Engineering
Sinfield, Joseph V
Turbidity Correction for Aqueous Raman Spectroscopic Measurements
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Sinfield, Joseph V
Advanced Chlorinated Solvent Detection using Raman Spectroscopy
  1. Chemistry and Chemical Analysis
Sinfield, Joseph V


Dr. Joseph V. Sinfield is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering in the Construction and Engineering Management Group at Purdue University. He received his BS in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University, and his MS and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2010, Dr. Sinfield was a National Academy of Engineering-U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Invitee, and in 2009, he was named a 3M Innovation Influencer. Dr. Sinfield's research interests include the development and application of advanced sensing technologies for civil engineering applications, e.g. laser-based sensing, wireless sensor systems, and piezoelectric devices, as well as engineering business management, strategic planning, and innovation.

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