My research interests lie in the design of novel light sensing systems, ranging from individual single photon detectors to wide dynamic range cameras.
The focus of our research is the development of selective molecular probes to enable investigation of certain biological systems.
I am working on wide‐field imaging and fibre‐fed spectroscopy instrumentation in visible and near‐infrared astronomy, both in instrument construction and science exploitation.
My research interests include molecular electronics, nano-scale chemistry and sensory interfaces.
My interests in photonics lie in advanced light microscopy techniques, as a route to the study biomolecules ideally within the context of living cells.
I manage the live cell imaging systems and software at the Micron centre for advanced bioimaging.
We are working in soft condensed matter in general with an emphasis on colloids.
The main research interests of my laboratory are focused on the application and development of ultra-sensitive, live-cell fluorescence microscopy techniques with a spatial resolution down to the molecular level.
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.