Linnéa Ahlman

Researcher at Automatic Control

Linnéa Ahlman is a PhD student in the Automatic control research group, and involved in the research project "Plant induced greenhouse lighting".

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Showing 9 publications

2021

Stress Detection Using Proximal Sensing of Chlorophyll Fluorescence on the Canopy Level

Linnéa Ahlman, Daniel Bånkestad, Sammar Khalil et al
AgriEngineering. Vol. 3 (3), p. 648-668
Journal article
2018

Light spectrum optimization for plant growth using biological feedback

Linnéa Ahlman, Daniel Bånkestad, Torsten Wik
Other conference contribution
2018

Automatically adjusting light spectrum for optimal short term photosynthetic rate

Linnéa Ahlman, Daniel Bånkestad, Torsten Wik
Other conference contribution
2017

Using chlorophyll a fluorescence gains to optimize LED light spectrum for short term photosynthesis

Linnéa Ahlman, Daniel Bånkestad, Torsten Wik
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. Vol. 142, p. 224-234
Journal article
2016

LED spectrum optimisation using steady-state fluorescence gains

Linnéa Ahlman, Daniel Bånkestad, Torsten Wik
Acta Horticulturae. Vol. 1134, p. 367-374
Journal article
2015

Using Fluorescence as Control Parameter to Decide Optimal Light Spectrum for Plant Growth

Linnéa Ahlman, Daniel Bånkestad, Torsten Wik
Proceedings 19th Nordic Process Control Workshop, Hurtigruta, Norway, Jan 2015, p. 9:1-4.
Other conference contribution

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2012–2017

Intelligent Light

Torsten Wik Automatic Control
Anna-Maria Carstensen Automatic Control
Linnéa Ahlman Automatic Control
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (Mistra)

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