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This project has a strong industrial link, and investigates using resonator optics to enhance the measurement sensitivity of the molecular absorption of light.
This project aims to use optical fibre interferometers as photonic microphones to record and analyse the acoustic behaviour and quality of musical instruments.
In collaboration with Dr. Steve Lee from CECS, this project uses low coherence interference signals in an optical coherence tomography system for 3D imaging of porous materials. The aim is to implant these materials for in vivo monitoring of the healing process of a wound.
This project uses an optical frequency comb referenced to an atomic clock as an ultra-precise frequency standard and ruler for a range of applications, including gravitational wave detection, gravimetry and high resolution spectroscopy.
This project has a strong industry focus and investigates using an array of fibre optic interferometers for acoustic sensing. It relies on the ultra-sensitivity of these devices and the array's ability to triangulate the source of an acoustic signal to target a range of applications.
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