My research group develops and applies linear and non-linear optical diagnostic techniques to solve problems in thermofluids including heat transfer, mixing and combustion.
Our research is aimed at enhancement our understanding of complex biological processes through the analysis of image data.
I design CMOS Image Sensors and micro/nano electromechanical sensors, for applications in transportation as well as commercial imaging.
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My research is in the area of acoustics, primarily focused on biomedical acoustics with applications in both diagnostics and therapeutics. My interests in photonics lie in acousto-optic sensing, which have so far been applied to thermally induced lesions in tissue.
My research interests are in the general area of optoelectronics, including integrated circuit based surface emitting laser devices, optically controlled smart tags, and optical sensors. I am also involved in the development of special glass materials based on embedded nanoparticles.
My research interests lie in the theory and practice of dynamic optics, particularly the use of adaptive optical elements in high resolution microscopy and ultrafast laser fabrication.
I lead the Multifunctional Materials & Composites (MMC) Lab, where we develop nanoporous metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), thin films and nanocomposite membranes targeting a range o
My research interests span the development of materials (organic and inorganic) for photonic applications and optoelectronic device components, i.e. modulators, lasers and amplifiers, particularly those involving strong localization, propagation and radiation of light.
Professor Bradley’s research interests focus on plastic electronics – encompassing fundamental studies on low-temperature/solution processed semiconductor materials and their application in a range of fields including energy efficient displays, lighting and solar panels.
I am interested in the development and fabrication of novel optoelectronic devices based upon organic and inorganic media.
My research area is Ultrafast Electronics which is a rapidly developing field in which we explore the ultimate speed limits of electronics. In order to evaluate the performance of ultrafast electronic systems we have to develop new methods for analysing electromagnetic signals.
My present research interests are mainly in the field of novel liquid crystal materials and applications, within which I undertake both theoretical and experimental work.
I am interested in all aspects of optical microscopy, but in particular those systems which offer three dimensional resolution in the image.
I’m interested in the effect of defects on material properties, ranging from single atom defects, such as vacancies and interstitials, to extended defects, such as dislocations, to macroscopic defects, for example cracks and voids.
My research covers metamaterials, electrodynamics, plasmonics, nanophotonics and microwave optics.
My research interests include: (1) Synthetic biology (SimCells, biosensors, bioenergy); (2) Single cell Raman biotechnology (Raman activated cell sorting for single cell genomics); (3) Microbial evolution (Horiz
My research focuses on the application of physical acoustics principles to problems in biomedical acoustics, industrial ultrasonics, acoustical oceanography, and biomedical imaging and therapy at the intersection of light and sound.
My research interests lie in the design of novel light sensing systems, ranging from individual single photon detectors to wide dynamic range cameras.
My interests lie in the field of optical communications. Through advances in visible light communications, we aim to gain improvements in the bandwidth and/or efficiency of a data network.