The third Oxford Photonics Day was held on the 12th March 2013 and featured invited and submitted talks from the Photonics Network, an external invited speakers and a student poster exhibition and competition.
Speakers and Presentations
Dr. Philipp Kukura, Department of Chemistry, “Interferometric scattering microscopy (iSCAT): a high-speed camera for the nano-world”.
Ann Bergin, Department of Chemistry, “Linear cavity optical-feedback cavity-enhanced absorption spectroscopy with a quantum cascade laser”.
Henry Northern, Department of Physics, “Multi-species detection using multi-mode absorption spectroscopy, MUMAS”.
Alex Powell, Department of Materials, “Plasmonic scatterers in thin films”.
Dr. Roel Dullens, Department of Chemistry, “Optical tweezing and microscopy of colloidal model systems”.
Peter Humphries, Department of Physics, “Quantum enhanced multiple phase estimation”.
Dr. Christian Eggeling, Radcliffe Department of Medicine, “Aspects of super-resolution optical (STED) microscopy”.
Justin Spring, Department of Physics, “Boson sampling on a photonic chip”.
Prof. Mike Somekh, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (University of Nottingham), “Photonics and imaging: plasmonics, electronics and statistics”.
Tessa Champion, Department of Physics, “Broadband quantum memory in cesium”.
Alex Buccheri, Department of Materials, “Modelling excitons in semiconducting nanocrystals”.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 (All day)
Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford