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Andy Harvey

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Andy HarveyARH conducts research in computational imaging fundamentals, techniques and applications including: wavefront coding for alleviation of optical aberrations, aperture synthesis and spectral and hypersp...

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Biophotonics, Photonic sensors, GLASGOW

Giles Hammond

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Giles Hammond·      Gravitational wave and multi-messenger astronomy ·      Fused silica CO2 fibre pulling and welding techniques critical for the Advanced LIGO s...

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GLASGOW

Jim Hough

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Jim HoughHigh precision laser interferometry and ultra-low loss mechanical systems for the detection of gravitational waves from violent events in the Universe. Research has ranged from frequency and amplitude...

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Integrated photonics, Solid-state laser engineering and nonlinear optics, Photonic sensors, GLASGOW

Miles Padgett

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Miles PadgettOptics.    Optical Vortices, Optical Tweezers, Quantum Imaging.   Miles Padgett is Professor of Optics in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Glasgow. He...

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Biophotonics, Photonic sensors, GLASGOW

Sheila Rowan

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Sheila RowanSheila is Director of the Institute for Gravitational Research, whose research programme is focussed on gravitational wave observation from the ground and in space. She is the Glasgow PI for the SU2 P...

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Solid-state laser engineering and nonlinear optics, Photonic sensors, GLASGOW

Steven Neale

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Steven NealeDr Neale holds a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship which he is using to conduct research into developing micromanipulation techniques to create new tools for biomedical research. His re...

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Biophotonics, GLASGOW

Val O'Shea

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Val O'SheaVal O'Shea works in the Particle Physics Experimental group at the University of Glasgow. His primary interest is in the development of radiation detector systems for applications in high energy physi...

Research Themes and University (links to other searches):
Biophotonics, Integrated photonics, Photonic sensors, GLASGOW